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Scene Setters, Feb. 26

From left are Spaulding's Ashley Vachon, a junior, Pailey Addie, a junior and bowler Ashley Gould, a junior, as they play Keene in the semis during the NHIAA State Team Bowling Tournament held at Merrimack Ten Pin Center on Saturday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER )
Hasitasarayu "Lucky" Kovvuri, 13, of Bedford, is all smiles as she competes in the preliminary competition for the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord. (Nicole Goodhue Boyd/UnionLeader)
Bedford senior Brooke Burdon, makes a poster before the girls basketball game against Pinkerton Academy at Bedford High School on Thursday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER )
Coe-Brown's Alasdair Morrison, a freshman, and Cordelia Norris, a sophomore, as they compete during the Vex Robotics NH/VT State Championship held at Manchester Community College on Saturday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER )
Stasia Sturdivant, a senior at Pinkerton Academy, works with her team on their robot, during the Vex Robotics NH/VT State Championship held at Manchester Community College on Saturday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER )
Danny Chloros, a volunteer, from Manchester, with the Boy Scout Troop 118 as he helps set up the next game field during the Vex Robotics NH/VT State Championship held at Manchester Community College on Saturday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER )
Lt. Steven Podmore from the Air Station at Cape Cod recently spoke about the history of U.S. Coast Guard Aviation at the Aviation Museum of New Hamsphire. From left: Robert Hough, Aviation Museum of New Hampshire board of directors president; State Sen. Regina Birdsell; Lt. Steven Podmore; Penny Podmore; and Jessica Pappathan, Aviation Museum of New Hampshire executive director. (COURTESY)
Tom Thomson, owner of the Thomson Family Tree Farm in Orford, recently met with EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt in Manchester at a round table discussion. As a former chair of the National Tree Farm Policy Committee, Thomson presented Pruitt with a Tree Farm "Wood Is Good" bumper sticker. (USEPA PHOTO BY ERIC VANCE )
The Fisher Cats and their mascot, Fungo, visited Henry W. Moore School in Candia on Feb. 19 to promote the team's Reading Challenge, presented by Velcro Companies. Students who read five books earn two free tickets to a Fisher Cats game, and get to play catch on the field at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium before the game. Pictured with Fungo is the Kindergarten class from Henry W. Moore School, with each student displaying their favorite book. (COURTESY)
The park benches facing Lake Massabesic are being covered in snow again after a couple of warm days during a snowstorm in Manchester on Thursday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)