Cumberland state Rep. Meredith Strang Burgess, a cancer survivor, pumps up a wave of swimmers waiting their turn to hit the water in the Tri for a Cure.
April Tracy of South Portland receives encouragement from a spectator during the Tri for a Cure on Aug. 15 at Southern Maine Community College.
PORTLAND—Joe Geoghegan and Andrew Dickey, move over.»
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