COMMUNITY CALENDAR 9/4/2002

ZANESVILLE HOMESPUN DAY
Who: The town of Zanesville
What: Zanesville Homespun Day Celebration
When: Saturday, August 31, 2002 – 7am to ?
Where: Zanesville, Indiana – State Route 3 south of I-469 –Exit 2
Events: Pancake/Sausage Breakfast 7am to 10am, Car Show all day at U.M. Church, Softball Tourney all weekend at the ball park, Quilt and Needlework Show all day at the U.M. Church, Parade at 10am, Chicken Barbecue 11am to 2pm at the ball park, Pet Parade at 11:45am, Cutest Pet Contest 12 noon to 12:30 at the stage area, Pie Eating Contest at 12:30pm at the tent area, Crafts, Antiques, Pottery, Flea Markets, Food, Kid’s Games, Floats, Bands, Antique Cars, Moon walk, and Pizza.

 

OKTOBERFEST
Who: Hoagland Area Advancement Association (a non-profit organization)
What: 28TH Annual Hoagland, Indiana Oktoberfest Festival
When: Friday, September 20, 2002 from 6pm to 11pm Saturday, September 21, 2002 from 12noon till midnight Sunday, September 22, 2002 from 11am till 8pm
Where: Hoagland Park Pavilion at Hoagland, Indiana (12 miles South of Fort Wayne off US 33/27)
Cost: $6 or 3-day pass for $16(Children 15 and under free with parents)
What is available: Chicken BBQ, German food, knackwurst, bratwurst, German potato salad, ham, hot dogs, beef BBQ, sandwiches, carry-outs Music by GOOD TIME DUTCHMEN, BAVARIAN BRASS, DIE FREUDEMACHER, BIFF AND THE CRUISERS, SPIKE AND THE BULL DOGS – Waltzes, Polkas, Ballroom, Line & Square Dancing – Plus Free Electrical Outlets Available for Campers.

 

TOWN MEETING FOR ALL VETERANS
Relating to National Defense and Quality of Life for Veterans, Military
Retirees, National Guards, Reservists, and Active Duty Personal. Hear how our Allen County Legislators stand on these issues. Location: City of New Haven Town Hall, 815 Lincoln Highway East, New Haven, Indiana 46774 Date & Time: 10:00 A.M. to 11:30 A.M., Friday, Sept. 6, 2002 Sponsored by: The Military/Veterans Coalition of Indiana & Allen County
Council of Veterans Organization For more information call:
(260) 489-7660

 

THE QUIET WARRIORS CHAPTER OF KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION
Cordially invites any Korean War Era Veterans, and those who served our country after that time to join us for our monthly meeting. We will be meeting on Sept. 7, 2002 at Minnie’s Banquet Hall in the Colony Service Center, (across from Kentucky Fried Chicken) at 6429 Bluffton Rd., Ft. Wayne, IN. We will have breakfast at 9 a.m. and the meeting will follow at 10 a.m. Spouses and friends are always welcome to join us. For more information, call:
(260) 747-0601

 

ANNUAL SCOTTISH RITE CENTER CRAFT BAZAAR BOOTH RENTAL AVAILABLE
The Scottish Rite Center is proud to announce its 3rd annual Craft Bazaar to be held on October 26, 2002 from 10am to 3pm. All proceeds generated from booth rental fees and concessions will be donated to the Masonic Learning Center for Children, which offers free tutoring to children with dyslexia. The Bazaar is held in both the Valencia Ballroom and the Horseshoe Lobby and has featured in the past crafts of many kinds, such as woodworking, antiques, quilts, numerous handmade items, and more.
Booth rental reservations are being accepted at this time. Booth rental spaces start at $35. Only 60 booths will be accepted, so reservations are recommended in advance. Lunch and a bake sale will be available. Free parking will also be provided. For booth reservations, contact Colleen Olinger at (260) 423-2593, ext.4, or visit our website at www.srcenter.org for an online form to print off.

 

WAYNEDALE PRE-SCHOOL BEGINS FALL CLASSES
The Weekday Pre-School Educational program at Waynedale United Methodist Church located at 2501 Church Street will begin fall classes September 5, 2002.
This fall the school is adding a new class, to the present program, for children 2 years old. Children attending this class do not need to be potty trained. Classes are also available for preschool children ages 3, 4, and 5. The curriculum is designed to meet the needs and interests of the individual child. This includes opportunities for investigation and experimentation through social group play, language development, introduction to academics, chapel time, music, games, stories, and creative activities. Several field trips are planned for the older children during the school year.
Enrollment is open to children of all denominations. Additional information concerning the school program and the availability to classes may be obtained by calling the church office at 747-7424 or the director, Sally Parkison at 432-4490.

 

ZOO VOLUNTEER TRAINING COURSE TO BEGIN
A training course for persons interested in volunteering at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo will begin Tuesday, September 3, 2002 at 10am in the Zoo’s Jungle Lab. Volunteers will be trained in animal taxonomy animal handling, public speaking, zoo history, and safety. Volunteers play a vital role in the education and enjoyment of Zoo visitors. They come from a variety of backgrounds and bring with them a vast array of skills. The Zoo is currently looking for volunteers to lead tours, present outreach programs and become involved in other education activities at the Zoo. Volunteers must be age 18 or older, enjoy people, especially children, and be available for two three-hour shifts per month. To receive an application and become registered for the free training course, call Karen Lemire at (260) 427-6828.

 

G.E. QUARTER CENTURY CLUB OUTING
The G.E. Quarter Century Club will have its 2002 Outing beginning at 9:30am on September 7, 2002 at the Memorial Coliseum – Hall #3. Employees and retirees with 25 or more years of service are invited. For those who did not get a ballot from G.E. News or one that was mailed on July 16, 2002, can still make a reservation. Mail it to: Helen Miller, 934 N.2nd St., Decatur, IN 46733. Check should be for $4. Do not send cash (Nonrefundable). Include name and address. For more information, call Tom Ahr at 260-493-6151.

 

KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION – INDIANA CHAPTER #1
The monthly meeting of the KWVAIC#1 will be held on September 14, 2002 at the American Legion Post 82 on Harris Road. Meeting starts at 9am with breakfast beginning at 8am. New members are WELCOME!! Spouses and friends are also invited.

 

CLASS REUNION
The Southside High School Class of 1947 will hold its 55th Reunion Banquet on Saturday, September 21, 2002, at Hall’s Guesthouse on West Washington Center Range at 6pm. For more information, call George at 260-422-6949 by September 1, 2002.

 

BRYANT LOBLOLLY DAYS 2002
The town of Bryant, Indiana (north of Portland on Highway 27) will celebrate its Annual Bryant Loblolly Days on September 6, 7, 8, 2002. Some of the featured events will be an antique tractor pull, a car show, flea market, soft ball tournament, pancake and sausage breakfasts, spaghetti dinner, talent contest, gospel sing, cow patti bingo, a baking contest, and a horse pulling contest.
EDITOR’S NOTE: (Loblolly is in the dictionary)

 

SOUTH WEST CONSERVATION CLUB INC.
<A Not-For-Profit Corporation>
5703 Bluffton Road, Waynedale, Indiana
Community Welcome Events Schedule
3-D Archery Shoot – Sunday, September 1, 15, 2002 from 9:00am – 2:30pm
Fish & Tenderloin Supper – Friday, September 6, 20, 2002 – 5pm – 7:30pm
Trap & Skeet Shoot – Sunday, September 8, 29, 2002 12:30pm until close

 

BUS TRIP TO FOOTBALL GAME
Who: American Legion Post 241
What: Colts vs Dolphins at Indianapolis
When: Sunday, September 15, 2002 at 7:30am sharp – return at 7pm
Where: Bus leaves from Post 241 parking lot at 7605 Bluffton Road
Cost: $75 (includes bus trip, ticket, tailgate party, brats, hamburgers, beer, pop, chips, and games on bus.)
Info: See Jim Michell – 747-3019 or any S.A.L. Officer

 

HOLIDAY BAZAAR
Who: Bethel United Methodist Church
What: Holiday Bazaar
When: Saturday, November 2, 2002 – 9am to 3pm – lunch 11am to 1pm.
Where: 8405 Lima Road
Cost: Bazaar Table Rental – $25 per table

 

RUMMAGE/BAKE SALE
Who: Anthony Wayne First Church of God
What: Combination Rummage Sale and Bake Sale
When: Thursday, September 26, 2002 from 8am to 7pm Friday, September 27, 2002 from 8am to 3pm with $2 bag sale to be held from 1pm to 3pm.
Where: 6012 South Bend Drive

 

PORTAGE CREEK CAMP ASSOCIATION’S “2ND BI-ANNUAL MORE THAN AWLSOME HUMONGUS WAYNEDALE-WIDE GARAGE SALE” WILL BE HELD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2002 AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2002 FROM 8am to 5pm AT THE SCOUT CABIN, CORNER OF ARDMORE AVENUE AND LOWER HUNTINGTON ROAD.
DONATIONS NEEDED:
This is an opportunity to not only get rid of your old junk but to purchase some terrific bargains. Got a full garage/basement/attic/lake cottage you want emptied? (Sorry we don’t “clean” garages, basements, and attics, etc – we just pick up sellable items.) Want to get rid of your old toys, tools, cooking utensils, furniture, antiques, collectibles, and stuff you didn’t get rid of in your last garage sale? The members of Portage Creek Camp Association (Sponsors of Boy Scout Troop 44), said they are willing to come to your house to pick up your donations. You may drop off your donations at the Scout Cabin but you must call first and arrange for someone to meet you there. Please don’t drop anything off in front of the door; it will only get wet or be stolen. Call and have someone meet you there PLEASE. We will issue a receipt for your tax-deductible donations. Take a FREE tour of the Boy Scout Cabin while you’re there.
Don’t throw it out; call Jack Shepard at 436-2422, for a ‘free’ pickup. For more information about Boy Scouting in the Waynedale area, contact Ray McCune at Portage Creek Camp Association, 2700 Lower Huntington Road or call him at 747-4535 or call Committee Chairman Walt Pressler at 436-9462.

 

ERIN’S HOUSE FOR GRIEVING CHILDREN
Erin’s House provides by-monthly peer-support groups for children ages 3 to 25 that are grieving the terminal illness or death of someone they love. The program goal is to provide a safe, nurturing environment where children, teens and young adults can share their experiences and begin the healing process. Services are provided at no cost to families. Please call 423-2466 for an application. Erin’s House has many volunteer opportunities. Facilitator training dates and times have been scheduled for 2002, so if you’re interested, please give us a call.

 

GIRL SCOUT TROOP TO MEET AT SCOUT CABIN
Girl Scout Troop #850 (Junior/Cadette) will be meeting at the Portage Creek Camp Association Scout Cabin, corner of Lower Huntington Road and Ardmore Avenue, every Tuesday evening from 6:30pm to 8pm. Anyone interested in joining or helping with the troop, please contact Troop Leader Mary Shepard at 436-2422.

 

GIRL SCOUTS TO HOLD YARD/GARAGE SALE
Girl Scout Troop #850 will be holding a yard/garage sale from 9am to 5pm, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, September 12, 13, and 14, 2002 at 2803 Westview Avenue (off Brooklyn Avenue close to the railroad crossing). Articles available are: gas lawnmower, 2 antique cedar chests, 2 beveled mirrors, 2 coffee tables, Robi grass edger, microwave oven, Kenwood Stereo, clothes, baby clothes, table with matching chairs, full size bed frame, and lots of toys. $2-Bag Sale on last day of sale.

 

GYPSY TO BE PRESENTED ON STAGE
(Book – Arthur Laurents, Music – Jule Styne, Lyrics – Stephen Sondheim)
Arena Dinner Theatre will present ‘GYPSY’ (a musical fable) on September 6, 7, 13, 14, 15. For the evening performances, the social hour begins at 6:30pm with Dinner at 7:15pm; the show begins at 8pm. For the Sunday matinee the social hour begins at 12:30pm, the Dinner will be served at 1pm, and the show will begin at 2pm. Admission is $25. The performances take place at Arena Dinner theatre located at 719 Rockhill Street. To make reservations, call the box office Monday thru Saturday from 12 noon to 4pm at 260-493-1384.
(While based on the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee, this is the story of the ultimate stage mother, “Mama Rose” Hovic’s determination to break into the big-time via her daughter June’s vaudeville career during the 1920’s. Success and happiness are fleeting, however as Rose drives away those closest to her. When June elopes, “Mama” turns her attention to the less talented daughter, Louise. Eventually, Rose’s dreams come to demented fruition when she transforms Louise into the famous burlesque artiste, Gypsy Rose Lee.)

 

FORT WAYNE ART SOURCE
(Non-Profit Gallery and Learning Center)
2812 Lower Huntington Road – Waynedale, IN 46809 – 447-9834

GALLERY HOURS: GALLERY, OPEN FREE TO THE PUBLIC
Mondays: 12noon to 5pm Tuesdays: 12noon to 5pm
Wednesdays: 12noon-8pm Thursdays: 12noon-8pm
Fridays: 10am-5pm Saturdays: 10am-2pm
Sundays: 1pm-4pm

EXTRA August Event:
Children’s Art Workshop – Fabric Art, August 17, 2002 from 12:30pm to 2:30pm – Cost: $15 per child (Project: Tie-Dye your own bandanas – Call Diedra Eshcoff at 459-1953.

MARGE SHOMO IS FEATURED ARTIST FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER
“Have fun, and help people – not necessarily in that order,” is Marge’s goal for the rest of her life. Not only is Marge a watercolor artist, she is also an author of several children’s stories, not only writing them, but also illustrating them. Marge enjoys reading these stories to her grandchildren’s school classes. And, Marge is an active volunteer for the Red Cross, sometimes traveling to the latest disaster in the USA, helping where she is needed.

Taking watercolor classes at several Elder Hostels and from Karen Starn at the Fort Wayne Art Source has opened up another area of Marge’s creativity. Although new at watercolor, her unique style has attracted new patrons. And how old is our featured artist? Well, you NEVER ask a lady her age, but Marge does not let the fact that she began drawing Social Security several years ago slow her down. For Marge, it is not the years on the calendar, it is the joy for living that counts. – Marge feels young in her heart. Pick up your brush, and come and join Marge in class, you will NOT be as tired, you will NOT be as old as you think you are after being inspired by this delightful senior citizen.

 

VOLUNTEER VOLLYBALL COACHES NEEDED
The Athletic Department at St. Joseph School, Hessen Cassel is looking for college-age students or any adults that would like to volunteer their time to coaching our girls’ volleyball teams. We have a 7th Grade and an 8th Grade team that we need coaches for. If interested, please call Ruth Litchfieldd at 639-3352.

 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO DELIVER HOMEBOUND MEALS
Homebound Meals, a non-profit organization, has served the city of Fort Wayne since 1971 and delivers noon meals Monday to Friday to people who are unable to prepare their own meals due to age, illness, or disability. Special diets are available. We need volunteer drivers to deliver noon meals once a week Monday through Friday to homebound people who are unable to prepare their own meals. Contact Judy Gregg at 422-3296.

 

LOCATION FOR OLD FLAG DISPOSAL
The department of Veterans Affairs, VA Northern Indiana Health Care System, 2121 Lake Avenue, in co-operation with the K.W.V.A. Quiet Warriors Chapter of Indiana, welcome the community to bring in their worn, torn, and tattered flags for disposal in the proper manner. There is a flag collection barrel in the main entrance of the VA Hospital.

 

FLAG HISTORY AND ETIQUETTE BOOK AVAILABLE THROUGH THE BOY SCOUTS
The book entitled YOUR FLAG is available through the 2002 Boy Scouts of America Official Retail Catalog. Learn the proud history and etiquette of the American flag. This book has new illustrations and information throughout. Order catalog #Z33188A. The cost is $8.95 plus tax. The book is also available in the Boy Scout Shop at the Anthony Wayne Area Scout Office/Training Center, 8315 W. Jefferson, Fort Wayne, IN 46804. American flags are also available. For prices and information call Janice at 432-9593.

 

ELMHURST HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF ’82
Can you believe it has been 20 years since walking off the stage at the Memorial Coliseum with your diploma in hand? Well believe it, a 20-year class reunion is being planned for November 30, 2002. We are in the painstaking process of locating all of our fellow graduates so if you have not been contacted personally or if you have any leads of graduates that you have stayed in contact with, please contact Chris Baker-Stevens at 260-625-6432 or send an e-mail to ehs82reunion2002@yahoo.com

 

BOY SCOUT UNIFORMS NEEDED
Boy Scout Troops are looking for some good used uniforms. Are you or your boy finished with scouting? Do you have some old uniforms or uniform parts (belt, shirt, pants, socks) laying around in dresser drawers or hanging in the back of a closet? Please donate these items to a Boy Scout Troop. We have boys in need of uniforms right now. Call Scoutmaster Jack Shepard at 436-2422 for pickup, or drop the items off at THE WAYNEDALE NEWS, 2700 Lower Huntington Road. Items donated are tax deductible.

 

CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF ’57 REUNION
Who: CCHS Class of ’57
What: 45th Class Reunion
When: September 28, 2002
Where: Halls Guest House, Washington Center Road
Cost: $27.50 each
Buffet Menu: Carved roast beef, ham, baked cod, baked chicken breast, augratin potatoes, Italian vegetables, deluxe relishes, tossed salad, corn, dinner rolls, coffee, iced tea, assorted desserts.
NOTE: A block of rooms has been reserved at the Guest House; please book directly at 260-489-2524.

 

CRAFTERS WANTED
Heritage Jr/Sr High School PTA is seeking crafters for its Saturday, November 2, 2002 Fall Craft Show, held at the school between the hours of 9am & 3pm. Spaces with or without tables are available. (8-foot tables are $25 and 12-foot tables are $30). Hurry! The show will close with 50 paid reservations. Contact Cindy Boettcher at 260-639-6037.

 

CRAFTERS WANTED
Moeller Road Wesleyan Church is seeking crafters for its Saturday, December 7, 2002 Christmas Craft Show, held at the church between the hours of 9am and 3pm. Spaces with or without tables are available. 8-foot tables are $30. For additional information call Deb Heath at 493-2126.

 

BAZAAR
Who: Bethel United Methodist Church
What: Holiday Bazaar
When: Saturday, November 2, 2002 from 9am to 3pm.
Where: 8405 Lima Road, Fort Wayne
Extras: Lunch will be served from 11am to 1pm.
Info: Call Kathy Smith at 497-0018 or the church office at 489-3651.

 

OLD TRAIL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION SCHEDULE FOR 2002
On October 8, 2002 at 7pm, there will be a general meeting at the Waynedale Branch Library.
Contact Jacque Keesler at 747-6985 or Angie Slattery at 478-5483.

 

UPWARD BASKETBALL AND CHEERLEADING
Register now for Upward Basketball and Cheerleading, girls and boy grade K-6th. Registration is now through September 6, 2002. For more information call Grace Point Church of the Nazarene at 485-2110.

 

RUMMAGE SALE
Emanuel Lutheran Church Ladies located at 800 Green Street in New Haven will be holding their Semi-Annual Rummage Sale on Thursday, September 12, from 9am to 5pm and on Friday, September 13, from 9am to 2pm with $2 bag sale all day Friday.

 

FISH FRY
Who: Trier Ridge Community Church
What: All You Can Eat – Ed Fox’s Famous Fish, chicken, broasted potatoes, cole slaw, applesauce, roll, dessert, and drink
When: Saturday, September 7, 2002 from 4pm to 7pm
Where: 7501 Hessen Cassel Road (corner of Hessen Cassel & Tillman Road)
Cost: $7 Adult – $5 Child – Age 5 and under FREE
Note: Community Welcome – Carry out Available

 

FORT WAYNE WRITERS’ FORUM
For prose, poetry, and drama writers. Talkabouts, share, network, Tuesday, September 3, at 7pm at the Towne House, 2209 St. Joe Center Road. Since new construction is taking place at the Towne House, and the front entrance is temporarily gone, if new, please check for information: Call Trudy at 260-482-9362.

 

“THE ALPHA COURSE”
THE ALPHA COURSE will begin on September 19, 2002 at 6pm at Waynedale United Methodist Church, 2502 Church Street. This ten-week practical introduction to the Christian faith offers answers to some key questions. Each weekly session begins with an informal dinner, followed by a large group learning time, and ends with small group discussion and interaction. ‘Alpha’ began in London and is now held in thousands of churches around the world. Join the thousands who have found answers to their questions about life and God and how they relate. To learn more, call 747-7424 or come to the Alpha Dinner on September 15, 2002 at 6pm at Waynedale United Methodist Church. For reservations, call 747-7424 between 8am and 4pm, Monday through Thursday and 8am to 12noon on Fridays. We also have a morning Alpha Course beginning September 18, at 9am.

 

BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT!
(sponsored by Avalon Missionary Church, St. Therese Catholic Church, Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, and Harvest Family Worship Center.)
Coming soon! Hey Kids, you are invited to a very special event planned just for you. Come join the fun and excitement at the first annual community “Back to School” night, sponsored by the Southside Children’s Ministry Network. Several churches in the area are coming together to sponsor an evening just for you and your friends. On Saturday, September 14, from 6:30pm to 8pm children ages 4 years through 5th grade (parents are welcome too) will meet together at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church located at 1819 Reservation Drive (Right next to Miami Middle School) Marc Hamman, noted children’s speaker, will share his music, drama, and zany comedy! Don’t miss out on this free event planned just for you! For more information call Janna Worthman at 747-1531.

 

2nd ANNUAL ELMHURST ALUMNI GOLF OUTING
Who: Elmhurst High School Alumni
What: Golf Outing – 1st Prize $200, 2nd Prize $120, 3rd Prize $80 – Door prizes and special hole prizes (longest drive & putt, closest to the hole), skins and a special double-your-money hole ($5 & hit your ball on the green gets you $10)
When: Sunday, September 29, 2002 at 1pm
Where: Brookwood Golf Course
Cost: $50/person ($200/ per foursome)
Format: Florida Scramble – (18 Holes of golf, cart, and food) Shotgun Start.
Information: 425-7515 – Make checks payable to Elmhurst H.S. Athletics

 

SPACE AVAILABLE AT ST. ALOYSIUS CATHOLIC SCHOOL CRAFT BAZAAR
Reserve your space now for the St. Aloysius Fall Craft Bazaar. St. Aloysius is located at 14607 Bluffton Road, just south of I-469. The Bazaar will be held Saturday, October 12th from 8:30am to 2pm. Space rental is $18 for a 6-foot table. To reserve a space, call Leigh at 639-6900.

 

RON/SHARON FRAZIER & SONRISE QUARTET BUS TRIP
What: Fun, Fellowship, Gospel Music, Good Food, Sights
When: October 11, 12, 13 – Leave early Friday and return Sunday
Cost: $275 per person ($125 Deposit due with balance due September 30) Includes bus seat, lodging, and two meals
Where: Jenny Wiley Festival and Gospel Music Concerts – Prestonsburg, Kentucky, Williamson, West Virginia
Info: Gene/Becki 260-744-0771 or Ron/Sharon 260-723-4444

 

HOPE STOCK 2002 MUSIC FEST
Who: Hope United Methodist Church
What: Religious Music Festival
When: Sunday, September 1, 2002 9am (events will be all day long)
Where: On the grounds of Hope United Methodist Church at the corner of US Hwy 27 and Hoagland Road.
Cost: Free Admission – donations accepted.
Schedule of events: 9:33am – call to worship, 9:58 – Worship & Praise Service, 12:33pm
Bands Scheduled to appear: MIGRAINES, TREMBLE, FOCUS, ST. MARK’S PRAISE BAND, TRIBUTE, JACOB’S WELL, TRENNA POPE, FORTRESS, and DEVINE HOPE – Bring your lawn chair or a blanket – refreshments served all day.

 

OPEN HOUSE PLANNED AT CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Calvary United Methodist Church, 6301 Winchester Road is having an OPEN HOUSE SERVICE and PICNIC starting at 9:30am Sunday, September 8, 2002. Area residents are invited to attend this event, which is a part of OPEN HOUSE MONTH at all United Methodist Churches. The worship service will be followed by an Open House period for visitors to be welcomed and see what the congregation has to offer. A picnic lunch along with games for children and adults is planned. For more information please call the church office at 747-9218.

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