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As part of its North Conway store's grand opening, REI Co-op held a fair last Saturday and Sunday, featuring booths staffed by local outdoor nonprofit organizations. Above, Jill Reynolds of the Mount Washington Valley Rec Path (left) signs up a supporter while outlining the goals of the organization which is planning to build a paved recreation path between Cranmore Mountain Resort and Walmat. REI's new store is located at Settlers Crossing. The event was well-attended, featuring two food trucks in addition to the many recreation groups' booths. Other groups represented included Friends of Tuckerman Ravine, N.H State Parks and the White Mountain Trail Collective, to name a few. (TOM EASTMAN PHOTO)

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