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Greyson Noyes checks out raffle tickets with the help of his mother, Kaleigh Noyes. Photo by Joseph Gresser

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Bonnie Geisler’s cat Rally was one of 16 cats trapped and neutered at the Maxwell farm in 2014. After fostering him through his recovery, Ms. Geisler ended up adopting the friendly tabby and white cat. Photo by Elizabeth Trail

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Flowering parsnips look much like Queen Anne's lace, but the parsnip flower head is yellow, and the flowers are not as densely packed. Photo by Jef Barker

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Lightening from a decaying high based thunderstorm south of Dodge City, Kansas. Photo by Chris Bouchard

Greyson Noyes checks out raffle tickets with the help of his mother, Kaleigh Noyes.  Photo by Joseph GresserBonnie Geisler’s cat Rally was one of 16 cats trapped and neutered at the Maxwell farm in 2014.  After fostering him through his recovery, Ms. Geisler ended up adopting the friendly tabby and white cat.  Photo by Elizabeth TrailFlowering parsnips look much like Queen Anne's lace, but the parsnip flower head is yellow, and the flowers are not as densely packed.	Photo by Jef BarkerLightening from a decaying high based thunderstorm south of Dodge City, Kansas.  Photo by Chris Bouchard

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