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Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Lawson Nuland


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Gainesville Mayor Lauren Poe takes a selfie with city workers in front of Gainesville City Hall, located at 200 E. University Ave., on Thursday. Poe and city commissioners gave flowers to thank workers for helping after Hurricane Irma.

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Gainesville Mayor Lauren Poe takes a selfie with city workers in front of Gainesville City Hall, located at 200 E. University Ave., on Thursday. Poe and city commissioners gave flowers to thank workers for helping after Hurricane Irma.

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Gainesville Mayor Lauren Poe takes a selfie with city workers in front of Gainesville City Hall, located at 200 E. University Ave., on Thursday. Poe and city commissioners gave flowers to thank workers for helping after Hurricane Irma.

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Pez, a 5-year-old Pembroke Welsh corgi, looks up at attendees of the first Pup Ruck 5k at Depot Park on Sunday. The event was held to raise money for the Pets and Patriots Foundation, which helps veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder acquire service dogs.

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Strangers sit together and wait for their food before the banquet begins. Typically, UF President Kent Fuchs would have attended and spoken but instead had to attend the football game.

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The sanctuary at Creekside Community Church, located at 2640 SW 39th Ave., is packed to the brim for the Thanksgiving Banquet for Internationals on Saturday. International students and scholars from UF were invited to share a Thanksgiving meal.

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