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Scene Setters, Feb. 5

Amanda MacLellan, from Manchester skates with her dog Chantilly, 9, at Dorrs Pond in Manchester on Jan. 27. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER )
Tyler Lavallee and his younger brother Devin take advantage of temperatures in the 50s on Jan. 27 to play some street side basketball. They had to dig out some of the roadside snowbank to clear the area under the hoop. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
Jonathan Pereira, a junior, explains his artwork to Dave Scannell, a school board member, during the annual West High School National Art Honor Society Winter Art Show on Jan. 26 in Manchester. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Jeffrey Tatro, senior vice president of Not for Profit at Citizens Bank as he talks with Diana Kenneally, manager of escrow agency products for Citizens Bank during a ceremony for the Champion in Action awards, presented by Citizens Bank and the New Hampshire Union Leader held at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester on Tuesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
David Jensen, a Currier Museum trustee with his wife Dorothy during a ceremony for the Champion in Action awards, presented by Citizens Bank and the New Hampshire Union Leader held at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester on Tuesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER )
Colin Gott, 7, from Manchester, tries a tractor with a backhoe from Frost Farm Service in Greenville, during the New Hampshire Farm & Forest Exposition held at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester on Saturday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Liam Doyle, left, of Manchester, holds a male ivory Ball Python while talking with Peter Rushton of P.T. Reptiles in Pennsylvania during the New England Reptile Expo at the Radisson in Manchester Sunday afternoon. The next reptile expo will be on Sunday, March 25th at the Radisson. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
Alex Cordero, left, Tiffany Cordero, and Javien Cordero, all of Manchester, met a male Brearded Drgaon held by John Rezendes of Sabrina's Reptile Kingdon in Rhode Island, during the New England Reptile Expo at the Radisson in Manchester Sunday afternoon. The next reptile expo will be on Sunday, March 25th at the Radisson. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
Southern New Hampshire University students were treated to free Starbucks and copies of the New Hampshire Union Leader's "New Year, New Job" edition on Monday, Jan. 29. SNHU freshman Dan Mullen, of Bedford, reads a copy of the New Hampshire Union Leader at the Robert A. Freese Student Center. (COURTESY)