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A “Salute to Excellence” For All Area Graduates of the Class of 2018!

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A “Salute to Excellence” For All Area Graduates of the Class of 2018!

The staff of KSST, Channel 18 TV and ksstradio.com salute the hard work and commitment to excellence that graduates of the area schools have shown as they prepare for their big day, graduation. It is our privilege to congratulate them and wish them unlimited success!   There are 50 senior classmen who will receive diplomas at Como-Pickton High School graduation in the Eagles’ Heflin Field on Friday May 25 at 7:30pm. (in case of rain, in secondary cafeteria)  High School Valedictorian is Y’Asandra Preciado and Salutatorian is Hannah Anderson.  Como-Pickton Jr. Hi graduation is Thursday May 24 at 6pm in the secondary cafeteria. Out of 49 graduates, Kira Lange and Sandra Tran had top GPA scores. Twenty-three North Hopkins students will cross the stage in the Panthers high school gym on Saturday May 26 at 3pm. Record-setting top students are twins; Rachel Stanley, Valedictorian and Samuel Stanley, Salutatorian. Saltillo ISD will hold Commencement in Kerry Garmon Gym on Friday May 25 at 7pm with 17 students receiving diplomas. Guadalupe Olayo is Valedictorian and Sylvia Feijen is Salutatorian. The Saltillo 8th grade class will graduate on Thursday at 7pm in Kerry Garmon Gym. The Sulphur Bluff Class of 2018 will walk for their diplomas on Friday May 25 at 6:30 pm in Bears Gym. There are fourteen graduating seniors. Taking top honors and making school history are co-valedictorians Turner South and Karlie Self. The new Hornets Gym will host Commencement for Miller Grove High School on Friday May 25 at 7pm. Leading the class of 21 graduating seniors are Valedictorian Kaleigh Poteet and Salutatorian Nora Resindiz. Miller Grove Junior High will hold graduation on Thursday at 7pm with Jacob George and Isaiah Billingsley at the top of the 8th grade class. Cumby ISD is proud to present Lauren Hudson as class Valedictorian. Lauren also graduated Summa Cum Laude from PJC with an Associate of Arts Degree in Education.  Ashley Hagood is Salutatorian of the Cumby Trojans Class of 2018. Commencement will be held at Texas A and M University in Commerce of Friday May 25 at 7pm. Sulphur Springs ISD has 259 students who will be handed their diplomas on Friday May 25  at 8pm in the Hopkins County Civic Center. (the location was changed from Prim Stadium) Peyton Deitze is Valedictorian and Sarah Harper is Salutatorian of the Wildcats Class of 2018. Mt. Vernon ISD will hold Commencement in Don Meredith Stadium at 8pm on Friday May 25 for 104 graduating seniors. Top students are Rachel Asay and Sydni Steen. Twenty-four Yantis Owls will cross the stage for their diplomas on Saturday June 2 at 6pm in the Yantis High School Gym. Jazlyn Jenkins and Samantha Swasso top their class in GPA scores.      

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Capacity Attendance at Annual Reilly Springs Cemetery Memorial Day

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Capacity Attendance at Annual Reilly Springs Cemetery Memorial Day

More than 200 persons were present for Reilly Springs Cemetery Memorial Day services on the third Sunday in May at the quaint community where flags still fly and families still worship.  Services were conducted in the sanctuary of the former Reilly Springs Methodist Church by members of the cemetery Board of Directors.  Ted Boggs led the opening prayer, music and memories were presented by Bill Owens, Tonya Miller Ross brought the children up for a song, and Kim Morton and Rebel Roed presented roses to families. Among the oldest men and women were Warren King and Artie Mae Bailey, and the largest group was the Mary Koon family. Persons traveling the farthest came from Denver and Chicago. A stirring message was given by Pastor Lester Harper of the Reilly Springs Baptist Church. Afterward, attendees made their way across to the Reilly Springs Community Center where tables were spread with all kinds of foods and homemade desserts . The cemetery and public buildings in Reilly Springs are within walking distance of each other, along on a shady tree-lined lane.     The former Reilly Springs Schoolhouse is now a community center and houses a monthly Jamboree. The Baptist Church, located next door to the south, has an active congregation. The former Methodist church building across the way is now privately owned, and owners Terry and Leslie McCullough have preserved the sanctuary for community needs and use. The Reilly Springs Cemetery was established in 1863. The brick fence around the cemetery was commissioned by Finis Attlesee  and built by Ted Boggs during the 1980’s. Much of the early history of the Reilly Springs Community placed on the site of Texas State Historical Association was contributed by the late local historian Florene Chapman Adams.    

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2018 Hopkins County Dairy Festival Schedule of Events…Make Time for Fun!

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2018 Hopkins County Dairy Festival Schedule of Events…Make Time for Fun!

Hello everyone! The Festival Board of Directors doesn’t want you to miss anything during the 2018 Hopkins County Dairy Festival, so here’s the schedule. Be sure and purchase your Pageant tickets from any of the eight contestants. This year’s theme is “Party Til the Cows Come Home”. See you there! Monday May 21st  Dairy Festival Queen’s Dinner at The Alcove at 6:00. Friday June 8th.  at  12:00 noon is the Festival’s Ribbon Cutting on Celebration Plaza, then  at 6:00 pm the Balloon Glow and Rally at Shannon Oaks Church. All balloon activities are free and open to the public. Saturday June 9th  at  9:00 AM is Dairy Festival Parade line up. There will be numbered stakes and the Parade Committee will direct floats to position. The media will be taking pictures after 9:00 and the parade starts at 10:00.  At 2:45 pm the Contestants, Parents and Pilots Milking Contest will be held in the Civic Center Arena, the Texas State Championship Ice Cream Freeze-off at 5:30pm at Shannon Oaks, then at 6:00 pm the Balloon Glow and Rally at Shannon Oaks Church. *** the Balloon Festival will also be held Friday and Saturday mornings at 5:00 am, weather permitting. Monday June 12th  at 6:00 pm Contestants and Queen talent rehearsals in the SSHS Auditorium. Tuesday June 13th through Friday June 15 will be on air radio interviews with Enola Gay at the KSST studio for Contestants and Queen Jaci Reed. The interviews will also be filmed by Channel 18 TV to be shown later.  Then at 6:00 pm practice at the SSHS Auditorium on Tuesday and Thursday nights.  Friday night’s practice will be a full dress rehearsal with photos. Saturday June 16th  the Whipped Challenge and the Dairy Heifer Show will take place on the grounds and arena of the Civic Center complex.  At 4:00 a Pageant Judges Dinner will be held at the Southwest Dairy Museum. The 59th annual Dairy Festival Queen’s Pageant and Coronation will be held at 7pm in the SSISD Auditorium in the Civic Center. Find a schedule, photos and history at hopkinscountydairyfestival.com. With Festival or Pageant questions, you may call Gena Prickette at 903.243.4534 or Cindy Lancaster at 903.439.5336.

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Enjoying An End-of-School Tradition at Miller Grove ISD…With Lots of History and Pride

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Enjoying An End-of-School Tradition at Miller Grove ISD…With Lots of History and Pride

When Enola Gay arrived in front of the Miller Grove school, she parked her car and simply followed her nose as well as a steady flow of people heading toward the new school cafeteria. Most of the third-grade class were already enjoying their lunch tray of Hopkins County stew, cheese and crackers, and the older classes would be filing in soon for a decades-long tradition at the country school…the End of School Stew. It’s true that once upon a time the tasty stew was cooked outdoors in traditional wash pot-size quantities, but today it’s easily prepared and served in the air-conditioned comfort of the spacious new cafeteria, located next to the new elementary building. One part of the tradition still holds true…members of the community with ties to the school still drop in for a bowl on “stew day”. Earlier that morning, the Graduates Walk had taken place through the halls with the Senior high school class and the Kindergarten class all in green caps and gowns.This proud but fun school tradition has formed memories for scores of Miller Grove alumnus. The Class of 2018 will take the walk for their diplomas on Friday May 25 at 7pm in the new Hornets gym. Among distinguished members of the class are Valedictorian Kaleigh Poteet, who actually earned her Associates Degree through Paris Junior College during the week prior to her high school graduation. Salutatorian is Nora Resindez. Demi  Weatherford, who is third in class, also received an Associates diploma at PJC graduation before high school graduation. There are 21 graduating seniors at Miller Grove High School.  Top of the class at the Jr. High level are Jacob George, Valedictorian and Isaiah Billingsley, Salutatorian. Jr. High graduation is Thursday May 24 at 7pm. Last day of school is Friday May 25, 2018.  

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Dinner Bell Menu For May 23th, 2018

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Dinner Bell Menu For May 23th, 2018

DINNER BELL MENU May 23, 2018 Community Partner Rotary Club, the Community Sponsor,  is Cooking Hamburgers! Menu: Hamburgers and All The Trimmings Baked Beans Potato Salad Banana Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting Banana Pudding (no added sugar dessert) Same time (11:45 a.m.). Same place (Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church). Served at 11:45 AM at the First United Methodist Church in Sulphur Springs, TX.

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Are You Ready for the Whipped Challenge and Other Upcoming Events? By Johanna Hicks

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Are You Ready for the Whipped Challenge and Other Upcoming Events? By Johanna Hicks

Are You Ready for the Whipped Challenge?                The buzz is building and plans are in full swing as we prepare for the 2018 Hopkins County Dairy Festival “Whipped” Challenge.  Businesses, civic clubs, churches, schools, and organizations are encouraged to enter a team.  So, what is the “Whipped Challenge?”  If you have ever watched the popular show called “Chopped” on the Food Network, we are patterning our event after that program – with a dairy twist, of course!  Here’s how it works: 1)      The contest will take place on the front grounds of the Hopkins County Civic Center, 1200 W. Houston, Sulphur Springs, TX on Saturday, June 16, 2018.  Check-in begins at the gazebo at 9:30 a.m.  Orientation begins at 10:00 a.m., and the contest starts at 10:15 a.m. 2)      Participation will be limited to the first eight teams (4 members per team).  Teams are requested to bring their own knives for chopping and slicing ingredients.  After registering, teams will be directed to a food preparation station.  There will be a set of ingredients at each station, but no recipe. The ingredients will represent a dish from one of the following: appetizer, main dish, dessert. 3)      Preparation: each team will be provided with a set of ingredients reflective of the assigned category, and will create a single dish (not a full meal) using the ingredients. Teams are challenged to be creative by developing their own recipe with provided ingredients. Team must incorporate each ingredient into the dish. However, teams may determine the exact amount of each ingredient to use. Teams will have access to an equipment table and “pantry” of additional ingredients that may be used to compliment or garnish the dish. Each dish must contain at least 2 dairy products, provided in the pantry. Round 1: Eight teams will prepare a snack/appetizer (20 minutes), after which two teams will be “whipped.”  Round 2: Six teams will prepare a main dish (40 minutes).  Three teams will be eliminated.  Round 3: The three remaining teams will prepare a dessert (20 minutes).  One team will be named “Whipped” champion.  Prizes will be awarded.Note: times include planning, preparation, and plating. 4)      Presentation: When time is called, each team will step away from their preparation station and take the completed dish to the judges’ area. The following pertains to team presentations: All team members will participate in the presentation. A maximum of 3 minutes will be allowed for each team’s presentation, which may include questions from judges. Note:teams should follow food safety practices since judges will taste dishes.  All participants will receive a gift bag, and prizes will be awarded in increasing amounts with each round. 5)   Cost to enter is $40 per team.  Team applications are due by May 31 and may be returned to the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office, 1200 W. Houston, Sulphur Springs.  Checks should be made out to Hopkins County Dairy Festival.  Applications are available at the Extension Office – 1200 W. Houston, and on the Extension website at http://hopkins.agrilife.org, (click on publications).  Copies are also available at the Southwest Dairy Museum and will soon be posted on the Dairy Festival website.                So, gather your co-workers, fellow civic club members, and friends, and join the fun!  Remember, the deadline to enter is May 31 (or until the first 8 teams have entered), so don’t be a procrastinator!  If you have questions, please call my office at 903-885-3443, and I’ll be glad to help you. Other Upcoming Events Kids’ Camp:  By now, Sulphur Springs Schools which house grades 1 thru 4 have received registration information for “Kids’ Camp: Fun, Food, Fitness.”  If you child is interested in attending, tell them to ask their school teacher or principal.  This will be the 8th annual Kids’ Camp, and we are so excited to bring fun activities to keep your child’s mind active!  Dates of the camp are June 11 thru 29, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 9:00 a.m. to noon.  The location will be the auxiliary gym at Sulphur Springs Middle School.  On Mondays and Wednesdays, we’ll focus on nutrition, hands-on cooking, physical activity including Walk Across Texas and team games, water and sun safety, fire safety (our local fire safety clowns will be visiting!), weather safety/first aid, simple money management, and more.  Friday sessions will be led by the Master Gardeners.  The final Friday of camp will be our celebration – prizes for the kids who log the most miles, t-shirt distribution, water slides, bounce houses, and of course, delicious snacks.      The cost of the camp is only $10 per child, because we don’t want the cost to be a hindrance from this excellence camp experience.  The deadline to register is May 31, and participation is limited to the first 40 youth.  Registration must be brought to the Extension Office – not the classroom teacher.  Forms are available at the 1st thru 4th grade campuses, or may be picked up at the Extension Office – 1200 W. Houston. One Health Round Table:  Each spring, our Extension Leadership team (Extension Leadership Advisory Board, Program Area Committees, Master Volunteers, and Community Volunteers) provides feedback on programming ideas for the community.  The topic which received the most response was the area of health as well as its correlation between animals and humans.  Two dates have been set for a round table series of discussions, so put these on your calendar!      Friday, July 6, will feature immunizations – flu, pneumonia, shingles, etc. and the appropriate ages and times to receive these immunizations.  Also on board is a speaker who will discuss rabies, Zika, and other vector-borne diseases that can be spread to humans, and their treatment procedures.  Friday, July 13, will feature the topic of animal health.  Both sessions will take place at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office.  Watch for more information to come, but please save the dates! Multi-county 4-H Camp:  The registration deadline is May 31 for students in grades 3 thru 12.  Hopkins County typically takes the largest group to this camp and they all return home with great experiences to share!  Even though it is targeted toward 4-H members, you do not have to be a 4-H member to attend.  The camp will take place July 9-11 at Lakeview Baptist Conference Center in Lone Star.  I will be chaperoning, along with at least two other leaders from Hopkins County.  We will meet at the Extension Office to carpool.  Students may be picked up at 10:00 a.m. on July 11 at the camp facility.  Registration forms are available at the Extension Office, which includes a list of things to bring, schedule, workshops, and more. Skills Camp:  By now, the Sulphur Springs 5th and 6th grade campuses have received the registration brochures for Skills Camp.  This camp will take place Monday thru Thursday, July 16-19, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, at our Extension Office, with the exception of Wednesday, which will be held at the ROC.   Workshops are woodworking, upcycling, photography, ceramics, and outdoor cooking.  The cost is $15 and registration is limited to the first 14 youth.  Ask your school teacher or principal for registration information, or come by the Extension Office. Closing Thought Everyone is a genius at least once a year.  The real geniuses simply have their bright ideas closer together – Georg Christoph...

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Cypress Baptist Association Conference May 19th, 2018

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Cypress Baptist Association Conference May 19th, 2018

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The “9-1-1 Connection” and “Battle of the Badges” Burger Cookoff…A Local Public Safety Extravaganza Sat. May 19

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The “9-1-1 Connection” and “Battle of the Badges” Burger Cookoff…A Local Public Safety Extravaganza Sat. May 19

Sulphur Springs Public Safety Director and Police Chief Jay Sanders  and paramedics stopped by the KSST studios to invite everyone to a public event coming up Saturday May 19, 2018 from 10am til 2pm on the downtown Celebration Plaza. It’s a Public Safety Extravaganza by “The Team” which is made up of Sulphur Springs Police and Fire Departments along with Hopkins County Sheriff , Fire and EMS departments.  Sanders stated “One Mission…One Team” is descriptive of the teamwork we enjoy in Hopkins County because of the eagerness of these departments to work together to serve, protect and educate the local population. At “The Connection” there will be plenty to see for all ages, including attractions for children. Expect to see a landing by an EMS helicopter, the “Smoke-House Simulator”  walk-through demonstration of a house fire, a “Stop The Bleed” educational demonstration for civilians, an Ident-a-Kid fingerprinting booth, the 9-1-1 Dispatch booth with what to expect if you call 9-1-1,  and “The FireHouse” water feature where kids spray water on a simulated fire. In addition to bounce houses and face-painting, you might also catch Batman strolling around downtown Sulphur Springs”. Lt. Tabitha Vaught and Paramedic John Suits are trained EMS workers who described some of the vehicles and special equipment which will be displayed or demonstrated, including the AMBUS, a 20-person mass casualty evacuation bus. This bus had barely been delivered and outfitted last summer when called into duty to assist with Hurricane Harvey relief. Vaught, Suits and several other Hopkins County paramedics were assigned to a 10-day deployment to the coast at Rockport and other locations, using the vehicle to evacuate and transport hurricane victims from schools, nursing homes and shelters during the state-wide safety effort. And not every county or city owns an AMBUS or an MRAP vehicle. The MRAP armored personnel carrier is used by SWAT teams to get up-close in special situations for countering armed attacks, ambush or terrorist acts when an armored vehicle is the best tool for the safety of responding officers. According to Sanders, with these tools, local officials can respond to every type of situation that even larger cities might encounter. As Public Safety Director, he feels that Hopkins County residents are well-protected and well-served due to the teamwork apparent in the numerous departments. He mentioned a case in point: the recent 2018 crash on Highway 19 North involving an entire family whose vehicle overturned into a deep creek with high banks. Because of quality teamwork and multiple-victim equipment, four persons who were “dead at the scene” received quick EMS response and demonstrated pulse when evacuated to various hospitals. In fact, two of the children are now expected to make full recovery following rehabilitation. Lt. Vaught is a 5-year member of Hopkins County EMS, and formulator of the “The Connection” event. Paramedic Suits, who at one time was an ID Dog trainer, is a firemen and Fire Chief at Point, Texas.  He joined Hopkins County EMS two years ago. Chief Sanders has been in law enforcement for 33 years, and will observe his 30-year anniversary with Sulphur Springs Police Department in July 2018. He added EMT to his credentials in 1999 and graduated Fire Academy in 2016. This year’s public safety extravaganza has an added fun feature, the “Battle of the Badges” Burger Cook-off. The contest will take place on Saturday at noon, and Team members are invited to form teams and enter. Following judging, burgers will be available for those who attend the public event, along with hot dogs, Kona Ice, cold drinks and water, lots of giveaways and fun.

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Teams Needed for the New “Whipped” Challenge Food Contest for Dairy Festival 2018

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Teams Needed for the New “Whipped” Challenge Food Contest for Dairy Festival 2018

In search of a new dairy food contest, local Extension Agent Johanna Hicks and food committee members who like the TV show “Chopped” decided to fashion a similar contest for this year’s Hopkins County Dairy Festival. It will be held on the morning of Saturday June 16, 2018 in an outdoor setting in front of the Civic Center sound stage. Space is limited to eight 4-person teams, and entry fee is $40 per team. Get your cooking team together and your application in quickly! Application deadline is May 31, but the eight slots are expected to fill before then. You can call for details at 903-885-3443. Team contestants will need to bring nothing except their favorite knives for slicing and dicing. All cooking and blending equipment, dishes and all food ingredients will be provided. Each team will be provided with a set of ingredients for each of three rounds of preparation. No recipes will be provided, so that’s where the team’s creativity and versatility come in! Each team’s food preparation site will be situated under a canopy. (Team members may dress as they like, or they can go all out with matching team wear and team names.) The three rounds are: snack/appetizer, main dish and dessert, and each round’s preparation and presentation has a time limit. Judges will briefly interview the teams about how they formulated their entries after each round. As rounds progress, some teams will be eliminated as winners advance. Prizes and gift cards will be awarded to the one team named “Whipped” Champion, and all the teams will take home prize bags and keepsake rosettes. Download an application and rules of play at hopkinscountydairyfestival.com or at hopkins.agrilife.org. Printed applications and rules of play are available at the Agrilife Extension office and at the Southwest Dairy Museum.

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Sulphur Springs Public Library Announces Summer Reading Program 2018

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Sulphur Springs Public Library Announces Summer Reading Program 2018

Who remembers these sayings?…A Spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down…choose your friends wisely…Be prepared for anything…carefully consider your words…be polite and keep your cool.  These are words of wisdom from Mary Poppins!  Sulphur Springs Public Library teaming up with Shining Star Productions proudly announces Fun with Mary Poppins Summer Reading Program 2018. As always, the library challenges kids to complete three reading logs which equals 8 ½ hours of reading over the summer.  Special prizes for those that meet our challenge. This year’s Summer Reading Program has so many things going on.  Adult reading programs, Minecraft for the teens and tons of activities for Preschool, Elementary and Middle School students.  We are especially excited about the Texas A&M Chemistry Road show.  That one has so many special effects that we will be at the Civic Center! Thursday May 31 at 5-7pm Summer Reading Program Kickoff with Ewe Pet Petting Zoo, Dairy Queen face painting, summer reading challenge sign ups, food and music! Story time will be each Tuesday at 10am in June and July (except for July 10 and 17) and. Watch for a special guest appearance! Fun, stories and great prizes! Minecraft is back every Friday afternoon at 3pm beginning June 1 and ending July 27. Thursday June 21st at 6pm is a special Mary Poppins Story time event. Friday June 22 at 3pm you won’t want to miss the Bubble Show with Brett Roberts Thursday June 28 at 11am we welcome Will Parker with a very Musical Story time . July 10 at 10-11:30am at the CIVIC CENTER Don’t miss the Texas A&M Chemistry Road show. ***This program contains flame effects and explosions, and is suitable for grades 3 and up.  Students in grades 3 and up will be allowed to sit in the front marked rows. Parents with younger children must be seated behind the marked rows. July 17 at 10am don’t miss the Medieval Times knight with a special Medieval Story time performance. The last Story time for summer 2018 is Tuesday July 31 at 10am August 2 6pm – Ticketed event – End of Summer program for kids that complete 3 reading logs. The library is happy to answer any questions, please call 903-885-4926 and you can visit us on Facebook or at www.sslibrary.org Here’s to you, Mary Poppins! Thanks for your incredible wisdom, sass, and unending amounts of joy! Special thanks to our prize sponsors! Shining Star Productions, Splash Kingdom, Shenaniganz, Urban Air, Medieval Times, Texas A & M, Grocery Supply, Dairy Queen, Pogo Pass, Escapology, Pizza Hut, Pizza Inn, Ripley’s Believe it or Not, Alley Cats, Amazing Jakes, Texas Skatium, National Video Game Museum.  

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