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Tips for Enjoying Port Wines

glasses of  white and ruby port wine

(StatePoint) There’s a wide world of wine out there to discover. If you find yourself reaching for the same few varietals time and again, consider expanding your range with Port, which is versatile in itself.

“Port is not just a wine to enjoy after dinner,” says David Guimaraens, head winemaker for Taylor Fladgate, Fonseca and Croft. “The range of styles means you can enjoy Port as an aperitif, with dessert, or at a party.”

Port is one of the world’s great classical wines and is made in Portugal’s Douro Valley since the late 1600s. Portugal is the birthplace of true Port, which is defined as a fortified wine made from Portuguese grape varieties and the addition of neutral grape spirit.

Depending on how it is aged, Port comes in a spectrum of styles, each of which can beautifully complement meals or special occasions, and can be enjoyed year-round. The most popular styles of Port are Ruby, Tawny and White. Here are a few tips and recommendations for getting the best use of them.

• Ruby Port such as Fonseca BIN 27, made by one of the most revered Port houses, is aged for three to four years in large oak vats to produce a full-bodied wine with intense, dark berry fruit flavors. It pairs well with chocolate, berries and spiced nuts. It also makes an excellent ingredient in cocktails, such as a Manhattan (in place of sweet Vermouth) or as the base of a punch or sangria.

• Tawny Ports are matured in small oak casks for 10, 20, 30 or 40 years. These elegant wines have an intense amber color, opulent, jammy, nutty aromas and a rich flavor profile of figs and dried fruit, making them ideal for pairing with Pecan Pie, dried apricots, and desserts made with coffee or caramel. Slightly chill a Taylor Fladgate 10 Year Old Tawny and enjoy as an aperitif with mixed nuts, or serve at room temperature at the end of a meal.

• White Port, which was first introduced in the 1930s, is made from white Douro grape varieties and aged in large wooden vats. Lightly sweet with vibrant acidity and a velvety texture, dry white Port offers fruit aromas and flavors with light oak notes. Chill Fonseca’s Siroco Dry White Port for an elegant aperitif wine, or serve it alone or with premium Indian Tonic, such as Fever-Tree, and a sprig of mint or wedge of lemon.

• Don’t forget to savor your Port. A unique characteristic of all Port is that an open bottle can last for up to six weeks when stored in a refrigerator.

With a bit of knowledge, you can get the best experience possible trying a new wine varietal.

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Fishing on the lake

 

A famous admiral and an equally famous general were fishing together when a sudden squall came up. When it died down, both eminent warriors were struggling helplessly in the water.

The admiral floundered his way back to the boat and pulled himself painfully in. Then he fished out the general, using an oar.

Catching his breath, the admiral sputtered, “Please don’t say a word about this to anyone. If the Navy found I can’t swim I’d be disgraced.”

“Don’t worry,” the general said. “Your secret is safe. I’d hate to have my men find out I can’t walk on water.”

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Hometown Happenings

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Here We Grow Again

May 2: A “Like New” sale (much Like a “Mom to Mom” sale) for Women and small children. This Saturday, May 2nd from 9 AM – 3 PM. Solon Center Wesleyan Church, just north of 19 Mile Road. All proceeds will benefit the work of Alpha Family Center. Items include toys, clothing, books, videos & women’s clothing and accessories. For more information, please call Kathy at (616) 696-3229, or email at scwc1@juno.com. For detailed information go to www.scwchurch.org. #17p

Kentucky Derby Party

May 2: Come have fun at a Kentucky Derby Party on Saturday, May 2nd from 4 to 12 pm. Watch the Kentucky Derby, enjoy music by the Gordon Thayer Band, food and raffles. Proceeds benefit 2nd Chance School. Sparta Moose Lodge, 11510 N. Division, Sparta. #17

Adoption Fundraiser

May 2: On Saturday, May 2nd Rockford Reformed Church will be hosting a huge adoption fundraiser garage sale from 9 am to 3 pm! All proceeds from the sale will support Luke and Amanda, members of our church family, as they pursue adopting a child. Find great deals and help Luke and Amanda offset expenses involved with adoption! RRC is located at 4890 – 11 Mile Rd. NE. #17

Flat River Community Players Auditions

May 3-5: The Flat River Community Players will hold auditions for the musical “9 to 5”, music and lyrics by Dolly Parton, on Sunday May 3 at 1 pm and Monday and Tuesday, May 4 and 5 at 7 pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal in Greenville. Director Amanda Hall and music director Katy McDonough are looking to cast 4 adult women and 3 adult men, all of varying ages 20 and over, and one older teenaged boy. Also a mixed chorus of older teens on up. Auditioners should bring a prepared solo, Broadway song preferred, with either sheet music or recorded accompaniment. Five performances are scheduled for July 10-12 and July 17-18. Questions? Call the FRCP at 616-754-8207. Visit the Player’s website: www.frcp.org. #17

Dinner at the Legion

May 4: American Legion, 80 S. Main St. Cedar Springs, is hosting a baked chicken dinner on Monday, May 4th, from 5 – 7 pm. Included will be mashed potatoes, stuffing, salad, veggies, rolls, drink and desserts. The cost is $9 for adults, children (15 and younger) $4.00. Come and enjoy home cooking. Take out is available. 616-696-9160. #17p

Afternoon Read

May 4: Adult Book Discussion of the book “Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn, will be on Monday, May 4th at 1 pm. If you’ve read the book, join us to talk about it. If you haven’t, stop by the Cedar Springs Public Library, 43 W. Cherry, to grab your copy. #17

God’s Kitchen in Cedar Springs

May 5,12,19,26: Join us for dinner every Tuesday. God’s Kitchen – Cedar Springs welcomes families from Northern Kent County and the surrounding area to a Tuesday Evening Meal. No charge – no registration required!  Served from 5:30 – 6:30 pm at the St. John Paul II Parish, 3110 – 17 Mile Rd., Cedar Springs. For more information, call the Church office at 616-696-3904. #17

Jiggly Wiggly Frog Hunting

May 5: This event is for children of all ages. Our staff will lead you on an excursion through the pond and swamps in an attempt to gather frogs for observation. While learning about Michigan frogs, we will provide refreshments and a light snack. Tuesday, May 5th from 6 to 8 pm at Howard Christensen Nature Center, 16190 Red Pine Drive, Kent City, 616-675-3158. A donation of $5 per person is appreciated. #17

Gaming Unplugged: Board Game Boredom Busters!

May 6: Unplug from electronics. Challenge your brain and your friends with games of strategy and imagination, from classic to cutting-edge. For all ages. Wednesday, May 6th at 6:30 pm at the Nelson Township/Sand Lake KDL Branch, 88 Eighth St., Sand Lake. #17

Rummage Sale at North Kent Community Church

May 7-9: The North Kent Community Church Youth Group is holding a rummage sale and delicious bake sale on May 7 and 8 from 9 am to 6 pm and May 9 from 9 am to 3 pm. All proceeds are going to help with the costs of a youth mission trip to Colima, Mexico where they will be helping with work projects and ministering to the children at the Hogar De Amor orphanages. #17

Hope Lutheran Sale

May 8,9: Stop in to see us! Lots of great pre-owned, clean merchandise just waiting to go home with you! Friday, May 8th from 9 am to 5 pm and Saturday, May 9 from 9 am to 1 pm. Hope Lutheran (Community) Church, 7000 Myers Lake Rd., Rockford. Contact Judy at 616-340-2820 for info. #17,18p

Fire Benefit

May 9: There will be a 15 Family Benefit Community Sale on Saturday, May 9th at the Frisbee Park – Scram Lake from 9 am to 5 pm. Come hunt for bargains and treasures priced to sell. Also, raffles and a silent auction. Band Jam starts at noon. A Horseshoe Tournament will be held with registration at noon, partners drawn at 12:30 and shoes fly at 1pm. $10 entry ($5 donation, $5 towards cash prizes). Lawn chairs encouraged. Concessions available! All proceeds go to Devin and Tracy Hallengren’s family who lost everything in a house fire. Go to www.facebook.com/firebenefit for all the latest info. #17,18p

Meet the Author

May 11: Come to Timothy C. Houenstein Reynolds Township Library and meet the author! Join Barbara Rylko-Bauer at the Howard City Library. Hear the story of her mother as “she endured three Nazi concentration camps and a forty-two day death march, spending part of this time working as a prisoner-doctor to Jewish slave laborers.” Monday May 11 at 6:30 pm. The library is located at 117 W. Williams in Howard City. #17

Computer Basics 2

May 12: So now you know how to turn on the computer, and you and the computer are getting to be friends. How do you save pictures? What is email? What is a flash drive? How do you move around inside the window? How do you open and close the window? The Cedar Springs Library, 43 W. Cherry, is having a Computer Basics Class on Tuesday, May 12th from 11 am to noon. Contact the library at 616-696-1910 to sign up. #17

Artists Wanted!

June 30: Artists Wanted! The Red Flannel Festival Art Review is entering its 3rd year and is once again seeking artists to compete for $900 in total cash prizes! Visit www.redflannelfestival.org for details and registration form. Deadline to register is June 30th! #16-18p

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Sen. MacGregor to hold office hours

 

April 27

Senator Peter MacGregor will be holding office hours on Monday, April 27, from 7:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m., at Mr. Burger, 5181 Northland Dr. NE, Grand Rapids 49525 off E. Beltline near Plainfield.

MacGregor will be available to answer questions and respond to concerns any residents of his district may have.

This is an opportunity for local residents to meet with MacGregor to address issues related to state government. No appointment is necessary.

For more information or to contact MacGregor, please visit www.senatorpetermacgregor.com or call 1-855-347-8028.

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Genealogy

 

A little girl asked her mother, “How did the human race appear?”

The mother answered, “God made Adam and Eve and they had children, and from them came the whole human race.”

Two days later the girl asked her father the same question. The father answered,  “Many years ago there were monkeys, from which the human race evolved.”

The confused girl returned to her mother and said, “Mom, why is it that you told me the human race was created by God, and Dad said they developed from monkeys?”

The mother smiled and answered, “Well, dear, it is very simple. I told you about my side of the family and your father told you about his.”

 

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Dodgeball Night at CSHS

Apr. 24: The Class of 2015 All Night Party Committee will be hosting a dodgeball night on Friday, April 24th. The event will take place at the Cedar Springs High School gym from 7 to 11 pm. Teams will consist of 8 players. Register your team at the main office at Cedar Springs High School. The admission cost is $5 at the door. No passes will be accepted. Call 616-696-1204 fro more information. #15,16p

HCNC Interpretive Center Grand Re-Opening

Apr. 25: Join the staff at Howard Christensen Nature Center in the grand re-opening of our new Interpretive Center! The dedication and recognition pot luck dinner will be on Saturday, April 25 from 4 to 9 pm. Please bring a dish to pass. Kieft Hospitality will donate and prepare the meat. A donation of $10 per person or $30 per family of four will be greatly appreciated. A wine and cheese social will precede the dinner. 16190 Red Pine Dr., Kent City. 616-675-3158. #16

Donations for Here We Grow Again

Apr. 25: Here We Grow Again – The Solon Center Wesleyan Church Women’s Ministry is accepting donations for a “Like New” sales event (much Like a “Mom to Mom” sale) to be held on Saturday, May 2nd at the church. All proceeds will benefit the work of Alpha Family Center. Donations of gently used clothing, toys and furniture for children aged birth to 5 years as well as women’s clothing(& maternity), purses, shoes and accessories can be dropped off at the church @ 15671 Algoma Avenue, just north of 19 Mile Rd. Remaining donation dates are as follows: Saturday April 25th from 10-Noon. The last collection date will be Monday, April 27th from 3-7 PM. For more information, please call Kathy at (616) 696-3229, or email at scwc1@juno.com. For detailed information go to www.scwchurch.org. #15,16p

Youth Group Car Wash and Bake Sale

Apr. 25: A Youth Group Car Wash and Bake Sale will be held on Saturday, April 25th from 10 am to 2 pm at Courtland- Oakfield UMC, 10295 Meyers Lake NE. Proceeds will benefit the Morley Park Pavilion Eagle Scout Project. $15,16p

“Antique Roadshow” Style Appraisals

Apr. 25: An “Antique Roadshow” style appraisals will be held at the Sand Lake United Methodist Education Building on Saturday, April 25th from 10 am to 3 pm. Featuring certified appraiser Joan Bunn. $10 donation for each item verbally appraised. Vintage and Antique items for sale. There will be a bake sale and a light lunch is available. Come and spend the day! For more information call 616-636-5930. #15,16p

Totally Terrific Trucks

Apr. 28: Enjoy books, crafts and activities, all focusing on Trucks! For ages 6 and younger. Tuesday, April 28th at 10:30 am at the Nelson Township/ Sand Lake KDL Branch, 88 Eighth St., Sand Lake. #16

Senior Lunch

Apr. 29: Springs has sprung, the grass is riz; Pine Grove Senior Cafe 2015 is open for biz. Of the snow and ice tis certain we are rid; the wonder is where all our Senior Friends hid. Does a bowl of Cheese Soup, a Salad of Chicken and hear tell Cherries play a part; Make you decide from your warm place of hiding depart? The calls go out for those of age 60 or perhaps even more, with hot coffee at the ready we throw open our doors. When and where our friends do we meet? That’d be Noon the 29th of April at the corner of M-82 and Beech. #16

Annual Arbor Day Celebration

May 2: Ensley Nature Preserve will host their annual Arbor Day Celebration on Saturday, May 2nd at 10:30 am. Come see the new improvements enjoy the woods, bogs, birds and animals as they wake up from winter. Refreshments. Enjoy the peaceful area and rest on one of the many benches placed by ponds and bogs. Located on 136th St. – ¼ mile off Cypress Ave. #16

Help Promote Literacy!

May 4: The Literacy Center of West Michigan has scheduled an information session on Monday, May 4th, for prospective volunteer tutors. The information session will be held at the Center, located at 1120 Monroe Ave., Suite 240, Grand Rapids, MI. The session will be held at 6:30 pm and lasts one hour. It allows persons interested in becoming volunteer tutors to find out more about the Center and its literacy programs. At the end of the session there will be an opportunity to sign up for tutor training. Please call 616-459-5151 (ext. 10) to register.  #16

Artists Wanted!

June 30: Artists Wanted! The Red Flannel Festival Art Review is entering its 3rd year and is once again seeking artists to compete for $900 in total cash prizes! Visit www.redflannelfestival.org for details and registration form. Deadline to register is June 30th! #16-18p

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Here we grow again

 

The work of non-profit organizations in the community can often go unnoticed and needed funds for their tireless work can be a stress on the group. Extra expenses for necessary items are often put on the back burner. It’s a tremendous help when someone steps forward to relieve the burden and that is exactly what the Women’s Ministry of the Solon Center Wesleyan Church is attempting to do for the Alpha Family Center here in Cedar Springs.

Alpha Family Center is a Christian, pro-life, pregnancy care center offering necessary services to families faced with a crisis pregnancy, whether planned or unplanned. Alpha gives clients valid alternatives to abortion, while offering them the encouragement and support they may not get elsewhere. Alpha Family Center exists to affirm and promote the sanctity of human life and value of the family; they are devoted to providing spiritual, emotional, educational, and material support to individuals and families, guiding them towards Biblical relationships and lifestyles.

To help this organization that so greatly values the families of the Cedar Springs community, the SCWC Women’s Ministry will be hosting a “Like New” sales event (much Like a “Mom to Mom” sale) on Saturday, May 2, at the church, to benefit the wonderful works of Alpha. The sale will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and merchandise will consist of gently used clothing, toys and furniture for children aged birth to 5 years old, and women’s regular and maternity clothing, purses, shoes and accessories. Any remaining merchandise will be donated to the center, along with other charitable organizations in the Cedar Springs community.

The goal of this sale is to raise $2,500 to help Alpha purchase iPads and curriculum to aid in their mentoring programs.

Here’s how you can help:

#1. Donate items.  A list of needed items can be found on the church website at www.scwchurch.org. #2. Open volunteer opportunities are available to help with the sale.

#3. Most importantly, please come and shop, tell your friends and neighbors, and pray for the success of this event.

Please bring your items to the church. Donation dates are:  Saturday, April 18 from 10-Noon, Monday, April 20 from 10-noon, Wednesday, April 22 from 6-8 p.m. and Saturday April 25 from 10-Noon.  The last collection date will be Monday, April 27 from 3-7 p.m.

The church is located just north of 19 Mile Road at 15671 Algoma Avenue.

For more information, please call Kathy at (616) 696-3229, or email us at scwc1@juno.com.

 

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Fishing on the lake

 

A famous admiral and an equally famous general were fishing together when a sudden squall came up. When it died down, both eminent warriors were struggling helplessly in the water.

The admiral floundered his way back to the boat and pulled himself painfully in. Then he fished out the general, using an oar.

Catching his breath, the admiral sputtered, “Please don’t say a word about this to anyone. If the Navy found I can’t swim I’d be disgraced.”

“Don’t worry,” the general said. “Your secret is safe. I’d hate to have my men find out I can’t walk on water.”

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Hometown Happenings

Hometown Happenings articles are a community service for non-profit agencies only. Due to popular demand for placement in this section, we can no longer run all articles. Deadline for articles is Monday at 5 p.m. This is not guaranteed space. Articles will run as space allows. Guaranteed placement is $10, certain restrictions may apply. You now can email your Hometown Happenings to happenings@cedarspringspost.com please include name and phone number for any questions we may have.

Nelson Township/Sand Lake Library Book Sale

Apr. 16-18: The Nelson Township/ Sand Lake KDL Branch spring book sale will be held on Thursday, April 16 and Friday, April 17 from 10 am to 7 pm, and on Saturday, April 18 from 10 am to 2 pm. See the new location at the Resurrection Lutheran Church, 180 Northland Dr. in Sand Lake. 15,000 to 18, 000 items: books, magazines, cds, vhs, dvds, puzzles. Sponsored by the Friends of the Nelson Township/ Sand Lake Library. #14,15p

Donations for Here We Grow Again

Apr. 18: Here We Grow Again – The Solon Center Wesleyan Church Women’s Ministry is accepting donations for a “Like New” sales event (much Like a “Mom to Mom” sale) to be held on Saturday, May 2nd at the church. All proceeds will benefit the work of Alpha Family Center. Donations of gently used clothing, toys and furniture for children aged birth to 5 years as well as women’s clothing(& maternity), purses, shoes and accessories can be dropped off at the church @ 15671 Algoma Avenue, just north of 19 Mile Rd. Donation dates are as follows: Saturday, April 18th from 10-Noon, Monday, April 20th from 10-Noon, Wednesday, April 22nd from 6-8 PM and Saturday April 25th from 10-Noon. The last collection date will be Monday, April 27th from 3-7 PM. For more information, please call Kathy at (616) 696-3229, or email at scwc1@juno.com. For detailed information go to www.scwchurch.org. #15,16p

Roast Beef Dinner

Apr. 19: The Rockford American Legion Post 102 on the corner of Northland Dr. and Rockford Park D. 330 Rockford Park Dr. will be hosting a roast beef dinner on Sunday April 19th and every 3rd Sunday of each month thereafter. Open to the public. We will be serving roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, green beans, coleslaw, rolls, desert, coffee and punch. Reasonably price at adults $9, kids 4 to 12 $7 and under 4 years free. Serving from 11am to 3 pm. See ya there and bring the family! #15

Dinner at the Legion

Apr. 20: On April 20th the American Legion will host a dinner with Swiss Steak. Adults $9 and $4 children. The dinner on April 20th will be Swiss Steak. We have to go boxes. American Legion Post 287, 80 S. Main St., Cedar Springs. #15p

Michigan Blood Drive

Apr. 21: A Michigan Blood Drive will be held on Tuesday, April 21st from 12:30 to 7 pm at the Cedar Springs United Methodist Church, on the corner of Main and Church. Attempt to donate and you could win a $100 Meijer gift card. Be somebody who shares! #15

Emerging Drug Trends

Apr. 21: Navigating the teen years has never been more challenging. This presentation goes beyond the basic drug facts and will talk about new drug, where youth are learning about these new drugs and how to engage in heart-to-heart talks about drugs. Tuesday, April 21 at the Cedar Springs High School auditorium from 6:30 to 8 pm. Sessions are open to parents, students and community members. Presented by Kent School Services Network. #15

Blood Drive at St. Peter’s

Apr. 23: St. Peter’s Lutheran Church is sponsoring a Blood Drive on Thursday, April 23rd from 3 pm to 7 pm in the Fellowship Hall at 310 East Division in Rockford, Michigan. #15p

Dodgeball Night at CSHS

Apr. 24: The Class of 2015 All Night Party Committee will be hosting a dodgeball night on Friday, April 24th. The event will take place at the Cedar Springs High School gym from 7 to 11 pm. Teams will consist of 8 players. Register your team at the main office at Cedar Springs High School. The admission cost is $5 at the door. No passes will be accepted. Call 616-696-1204 fro more information. #15,16p

Youth Group Car Wash and Bake Sale

Apr. 25: A Youth Group Car Wash and Bake Sale will be held on Saturday, April 25th from 10 am to 2 pm at Courtland- Oakfield UMC, 10295 Meyers Lake NE. Proceeds will benefit the Morley Park Pavilion Eagle Scout Project. $15,16p

“Antique Roadshow” Style Appraisals

Apr. 25: An “Antique Roadshow” style appraisals will be held at the Sand Lake United Methodist Education Building on Saturday, April 25th from 10 am to 3 pm. Featuring certified appraiser Joan Bunn. $10 donation for each item verbally appraised. Vintage and Antique items for sale. There will be a bake sale and a light lunch is available. Come and spend the day! For more information call 616-636-5930. #15,16p

Craft Show in Coral

Apr. 25: Come to our Spring Craft Show at the Coral Community Center, 4662 Bailey Rd., Coral on Saturday, April 25th from 9 am to 2 pm. Sub sandwich lunches will be available. Come join the fun! Proceeds to Coral Fire Auxiliary. #15

HCNC Interpretive Center Grand Re-Opening

Apr. 25: Join the staff at Howard Christensen Nature Center in the grand re-opening of our new Interpretive Center! The dedication and recognition pot luck dinner will be on Saturday, April 25 from 4 to 9 pm. Please bring a dish to pass. Kieft Hospitality will donate and prepare the meat. A donation of $0 per person or $30 per family of four will be greatly appreciated. A wine and cheese social will precede the dinner. 16190 Red Pine Dr., Kent City. 616-675-3158. #15

Arbor Day at HCNC

Apr. 26: Join Howard Christensen Nature Center and the Wildlife Federation for a day filled with trees! Sunday, April 26th from 10 am to 1 pm. Free trees to be given away. The event is geared for all ages; bring your parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, brother, sisters, and others to help! This will be a time to learn all about Michigan native trees as well as improve HCNC for future guests. 16190 Red Pine Dr., Kent City. 616-675-3158. #15

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Star Trek/Star Wars parody at the Kent Theatre

 

Pictured are Brian Thomas as Captain Curt and David Block as Mr. Soc.

Pictured are Brian Thomas as Captain Curt and David Block as Mr. Soc.

Outer Space performed April 10-11

Actors del Arte Ensemble of West Michigan will present “Outer Space,” a comedic/parody on the Star Trek and Star Wars characters, on April 10 and 11, at the historic Kent Theatre in downtown Cedar Springs.

Caught up on a secret mission to a far away galaxy, Captain Curt and Mr. Soc take you on a wild ride through the depths of outer space. It’s a fun show for the whole family. Showtimes are Friday April 10, at 8 p.m., and Saturday, April 11, at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets at the door. Adults $10, students $4 and Seniors $8.

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