The Week in Pictures: July 23-29, 2022

11-year-old Ian Lecompte of Lewiston practices at the July 26 pitch all over the Lewiston Summer time Tennis Sport Program. Darin Slover/Solar Magazine

Charlotte Roy of Turner carries a vase of plant life July 29 at County Street in Turner. Roy was once one of the vital first at the scene on July 23, when 46-year-old Tina White was once hit by way of a automobile and died whilst strolling. Russ Dillingham/Solar Magazine

Tyson Carter, 13, scratches paint on July 28 on the front to the Governor James B. Longley College at 145 Birch Boulevard in Lewiston. Darin Slover/Solar Magazine

Haley Lewis (left) and her sister Grace feed calves on July 26 at Maple Row Farms at 800 N. River Street in Auburn. Russ Dillingham/Solar Magazine

Zachary Lenhert of Lewiston pictures his daughter Daphne on July 29, balancing on her mom Angie. The circle of relatives was once strolling down Lisbon Boulevard all over Artwork Stroll LA and spotted the work of art at the wall of the development, then stopped to make their very own artwork. Russ Dillingham/Solar Magazine

Danny Toomey, 64, does a biceps curl on July 24 in his front room in Minot. Toomey says she has been lifting weights since she was once 13 and nonetheless strives to stick in form. Andre Ken/Solar Magazine

Competition climb hindrances July 23 on the Sunday River Tricky Mountain Problem in Newry. Greater than 3,000 individuals took phase within the 3-mile festival, overcoming 22 hindrances. Andre Ken/Solar Magazine

Kayla Clark, 14, dyes her hair on July 28 on the Auburn along with her mom Roxanne Flick as Clarke’s grandmother, Lucy O’Donal, seems on. Clarke says the one individual she trusts to do her hair rather then a certified salon is her mom. They prefer to color outdoor at the porch to make cleansing more uncomplicated. Andre Ken/Solar Magazine

Auburn’s Davis Carl, 5, offers Mike McGraw a high-five on July 27 all over the McG United Football Academy on the Lewiston-Auburn Formative years Soccer Affiliation pitches in Auburn. There are 145 youngsters and youths on the five-day camp, led by way of coaches from Lewiston Prime College, Central Maine Neighborhood Faculty and avid gamers from LHS and Edward Little Prime College in Auburn. “They’re right here for the sport. They’re right here to have a laugh and what a great spot to have a just right day like lately,” says McGraw, the camp’s founder. A retired highschool trainer, McGraw closing captained his workforce in 2019 after 44 years training the LHS boys’ soccer workforce. Darin Slover/Solar Magazine

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