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    Rick Reny drives a tractor that tows a raking machine while cleaning and grooming the sand at Old Orchard Beach.

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    A man uses a metal detector on the beach at Old Orchard Beach as Rick Reny approaches on a tractor towing a raking machine across the sand. Reny, who works for the town's Department of Public Works, has raked the sand of the seven-mile-long beach for 25 years.

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    A gull pecks in sand freshly groomed by a beach rake at Old Orchard Beach.

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    A couple kiss while standing on a lifeguard station as Rick Reny drives a tractor towing a raking machine at Old Orchard Beach. Reny says he has to watch for people and big holes that people have dug in the sand.

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    A man runs across the sand in Old Orchard Beach as Rick Reny drives a tractor towing a raking machine. Reny enjoys watching the sun rise.

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    A dog and a gull have left footprints in the sand after it was freshly groomed by Rick Reny at Old Orchard Beach.

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    Rick Reny drives a tractor towing a raking machine while cleaning and grooming the sand at Old Orchard Beach even as beachgoers begin to arrive.

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