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Looking back at 2020: A photographic year in review

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Marc Sevigny (far right) leads a group of walkers as they kick off 2020 on the Harvard Conservation Trust’s New Year’s Day walk. (Photo by Tim Clark)

Katie Boutelle (left) chats with Louisa May Alcott (Helen Batchelder) and Amos Bronson (Richard Gersh) before watching the Warner Free Lecture’s screening of “Little Women” at Maynard’s Fine Arts Theatre in January. (Photo by Jen Manell)

Craig Robbins, Bromfield’s music department chairman, channels Frank Sinatra at the Bromfield Jazz Cafe in February. (Photo by Tim Clark)

From left: Clare Murphy, Ava McEwen, and Ayla Dandridge check out the gift baskets at the Woman's Club Valentine's Tea. (Photo by Tim Clark)

Construction continues at the new elementary school in March. Project manager Tom Murphy is shown here inspecting a skylight. (Courtesy photo)

Which amendment gave 18-year-olds the right to vote, and when? From left, Marley Ferguson, Shreya Kumar, and Lwiza AitDowd offer their answers at the League of Women Voters Civics Cup competition in March. (Photo by Richard Jensen)

John Drummey sings a wassail song for the new wassail king and queen, Joe Schmidt and Catherine Shortliffe, at the Lions Club Winter Fest. (Courtesy photo)

Motorcyclists enjoy the view on Prospect Hill in April despite the area's being closed. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)

Rex the friendly dinosaur offers curbside Easter treats outside the General Store to Jamaica Morin. (Photo by Jen Manell)

Council on Aging van driver Scott Dinsmore delivers food to Harvard seniors in May. (Courtesy photo)

Work on town center sidewalks continues in May with the installation of curbing in front of Town Hall. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)

From left, Bromfield seniors Ben Hays, Jack Hunnewell, and Henry Hays enjoy a ride through town in June’s Class of 2020 parade. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)

Residents gather on the Common in June with signs supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. (Photo by Tim Clark)

Town Meeting is held outdoors in June to prevent the spread of Covid-19. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)

A happy Grace Acton applauds her classmates at Bromfield’s graduation ceremony. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)

Rapid algae growth in Bare Hill Pond in August causes the Board of Health to issue a no-swimming order. (Courtesy photo)

From left: Casey Logan, Eloise Beauchemin, and Holly Cavicchi head into their classrooms on the first day of school. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)

September's bounty is available at area farmstands. This sign at Willard Farm promotes truth in advertising. (Courtesy photo)

Select Board members, from left, Alice von Loesecke, Kara Minar, Lucy Wallace, Stu Sklar, and Rich Maiore debate whether to accept a friendly amendment at the September Special Town Meeting. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)

Artemis and Gina Moussouris carve pumpkins at the Fivesparks Pumpkin Palooza event held at Carlson Orchards. (Photo by Jen Manell)

From left: Jessica Beauchemin, Nate Finch, and Jackie Beauchemin celebrate the news that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had the electoral votes needed to win November’s presidential election. (Photo by Jen Manell)

From left: War Monument Restoration Committee members Pat Jennings, Jon Schoenberg, Steve Cronin, and John Lee position mockups of proposed new plaques with names of Harvard veterans of World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the Gulf War. (Photo by Tim Clark)

Harvard Garden Club member Joan Chu makes final adjustments to her holiday arrangement, one of many to be delivered to Harvard's homebound residents. (Photo by Tim Clark)

Santa takes a drive through town, waving to residents on front lawns and driveways. (Photo by Rob Williams)

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