In Focus: Easter eggs, canoe races and a sassy 4-year-old

Posted April 01, 2013, at 5:36 p.m.
Children pick up candy-filled plastic Easter eggs that were dropped from a helicopter Sunday, March 31, 2013, as part of the Next Level Church 2013 Helicopter Egg Drop in Portland.
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Children pick up candy-filled plastic Easter eggs that were dropped from a helicopter Sunday, March 31, 2013, as part of the Next Level Church 2013 Helicopter Egg Drop in Portland.
Ray Wirth paddles down the St. George River Saturday during the 34th annual canoe race in Searsmont. Wirth was the overall winner of the season opener race with the time of 41 minutes 44 seconds.
Ray Wirth paddles down the St. George River Saturday during the 34th annual canoe race in Searsmont. Wirth was the overall winner of the season opener race with the time of 41 minutes 44 seconds. Buy Photo
Maggie Rudnicki applies makeup at her vanity in her parents' living room in Levant on Friday. Maggie has Diamond-Blackfan anemia, a disorder that prevents her body from generating red blood cells. Her brother Lucas will be a bone marrow donor this summer in order to help his little sister.
Maggie Rudnicki applies makeup at her vanity in her parents' living room in Levant on Friday. Maggie has Diamond-Blackfan anemia, a disorder that prevents her body from generating red blood cells. Her brother Lucas will be a bone marrow donor this summer in order to help his little sister. Buy Photo
Lead Pastor Joshua Gagnon explains his 12 core values at the Next Level Church in Portland.
Lead Pastor Joshua Gagnon explains his 12 core values at the Next Level Church in Portland. Buy Photo
Fred Hill, in his family's cottage on Popham Beach, looks through a scrapbook of news clippings about erosion dating back to the early 1900s.
Fred Hill, in his family's cottage on Popham Beach, looks through a scrapbook of news clippings about erosion dating back to the early 1900s. Buy Photo

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