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Each week, the Tri-Town Weekly will test its readers’ observation skills by publishing a close-up photo of a landmark in Pownal, Freeport or Durham. Readers who think they know where the photo was taken should send their guesses to email@example.com. All correct responses, as well as the answer, will be printed in the next edition of the Tri-Town Weekly.Where in the tri-town area is this?
Last week’s answerThe sign is located on Cross Street in Freeport behind the L.L. Bean parking lot. Congratulations to eagle-eyed reader Sheila Towne, who wrote in with the right answer because, as she noted, the sign is attached to her house.
Bruce Gridley, who works for L.L. Bean, takes a second to catch some rays outside of Bean’s flagship store on Main Street in Freeport.
What happens at school when students are on winter vacation? For Freeport High School “Jill of all Trades” Laurie Pietriewicz, she catches up on a backlog of work “without the interruptions.”
Freeport High School Principal Bob Strong at his desk during winter break. “I enjoy the quiet, but always look forward to the kids coming back,” Strong said.
Freeport Assistant Principal Anne Marie Barter, left, with Pownal Elementary School Principal Lisa Demick, discuss math and a little bit of science at Freeport High School during the students annual February vacation.
Daughters of the American Revolution plaque outside of the recently closed Jameson Tavern in Freeport, which suggests the location was the birthplace of Maine, a topic of some debate in the tri-town area this past week.