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    A Navy SEAL is welcomed by his family after swimming Sebago Lake, at Point Sebago Resort on Thursday.

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    Four Navy SEALs emerge from Sebago Lake after their 13-mile swim Thursday.

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    The "Flag Ladies," from left, Elaine Green, Carmen Footer and Joanne Miller, are surrounded by a crowd of people from Camp Sunshine, friends and tourists as they watch four Navy SEALs finish their swim at Point Sebago Resort. They raised about $100,000.

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    Anna Gould, co-founder of Camp Sunshine, thanks four Navy SEALs after they finished their fundraising swim at Point Sebago Resort on Thursday. Camp Sunshine offers programs to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.

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    Family members and Camp Sunshine supporters greet Navy SEALs at Point Sebago Resort as they complete a fundraising event.

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    The family of one of the active-duty Navy SEALs who swam Sebago Lake greets them as they arrive at the beach Thursday.

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    "Flag Ladies" Joanne Miller, left, and Carmen Footer, right, get their picture taken with a swimmer by fellow "Flag Lady" Elaine Green on Thursday.

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