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Healthy Kids Day 5k & Walk

Join Charlie's Crew for the YMCA's Healthy Kids Day 5K and Walk with proceeds benefiting The Healthy Kids Day Community Event!

Jan 2012

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1/1/12 - 1/2/12

New Year's Eve Party

Cranston Heights Ladies Auxiliary New Year's Eve Party Time: 7:00 pm – 1:00 am Location: 3306 Kirkwood Highway, Wilm, DE 19808 Cost: $40.00 pp/$75.00 per couple Includes: Dinner, Music and Party Favors For Information please call (302) 287-985
1/1/12 - 1/1/12

ZOO Noon New Year's Eve

11:00am - 1:00pm Celebrate by ringing in 2012 at NOON! Games, crafts, and celebration as the clock strikes 12 (Noon that is!). All ages. Dress for weather. Fee: $3 per person/$2 per Zoo member. Pre-reg by 12/29. (302) 571-7747
1/1/12 - 1/1/12

New Years Eve at Brandywine Zoo

NEW YEAR'S EVE at NOON at the BRANDYWINE ZOO Wilmington, Del.: The Brandywine Zoo invites families to ring in the New Year at the Noon Year's Eve Celebration at the Brandywine Zoo (11 a.m. to 1 p.m.) on Saturday, December 31. This popular event allows children to share the exciting countdown to noon among zoo friends, animals and family. Participants will play games, watch the creation of an ice sculpture, make a craft to bring home, delight in the animals as they play with piñatas, enjoy the celebratory atmosphere and herald in the New Year as the clock strikes 12 O'clock - noon that is! The event starts at 11:00 a.m. with check-in at the main admission gate. Most festivities will take place outdoors, so please dress for the weather. This is a popular annual event, so to ensure your admission pre-registration is strongly suggested by Thursday, December 29th using the form on the website or by calling (302) 571-7747. If you plan to be spontaneous and decide the day-of, please call for space availability. Admission to this event is $3 per person/$2 per person Delaware Zoological Society Members. The Brandywine Zoo is located at 1001 North Park Drive, Wilmington, Delaware. It is open every day of the year, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Parking is free in lots along the Brandywine River. For more information, visit or call (302) 571-7747. The Brandywine Zoo is part of the Delaware State Parks and is managed by the Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation with the support of the Delaware Zoological Society, the non-profit volunteer organization that supports the mission of the Brandywine Zoo. The Brandywine Zoo is accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association, a distinction that marks its commitment to providing excellent care for animals, a great experience for the visitor and a better future for all living things.
* 1/4/12 - 4/27/12

Free Web Page Design Workshops

Learn the basics of graphic design using Adobe Dreamweaver, XHTML and CSS. Weekday/Evening workshops are FREE only to high school students. Tuesdays & Thursdays from 3 - 6 p.m. Register at:
* 1/4/12 - 4/27/12

Free Photography Workshops

Learn the basics of photography and how to use Adobe Photoshop. Weekday/Evening workshops are FREE only to high school students. Monday & Wednesdays from 3 - 6 p.m. Register at:
* 1/5/12 - 5/1/12

Free Video Production Workshops

Learn the basics of video production using Final Cut Pro X. Weekday/Evening workshops are FREE only to high school students. Mondays & Wednesdays from 3 - 6 p.m. Register at:
* 1/5/12 - 5/1/12

Free Graphic Design Workshops

Learn the basics of graphic design using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Weekday/Evening workshops are FREE only to high school students. Mondays & Wednesdays from 3 - 6 p.m. Register at:
* 1/6/12 - 2/6/12

Souper Bowl Food Drive

The Knights of Columbus are holding their 16th annual food drive Feb 5th 2012. All types of canned goods and other nonperishable foods are welcome. Food may be dropped off at St. Mary of the Assumption church at 7200 Lancaster Pike
1/6/12 - 1/6/12


Auditions for Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat, at St. Paul's Methodist Church, Main Street, Odessa, DE on Thursday, Jan 5th @ 6:30 p.m. Prepare 16 bars of music. Show dates are March 29, 30, 31 and April 1. Call 302-561-0180.
1/6/12 - 1/29/12

Georgetown SPCA Events

1/5-Thursday SPCA Volunteer Orientation 5:30pm-6:30pm SPCA 22918 DuPont Hwy Georgetown For more information-302.856.6361 1/7-Saturday SPCA Adoption Event 10:30am-12:30pm Rehoboth Concord Pet Route 1 behind the SeaShell Shop Rehoboth For more information-302.856.6361 1/21-Saturday SPCA Adoption Event 10:30am-12:30pm Rehoboth Concord Pet Route 1 behind the SeaShell Shop Rehoboth For more information-302.856.6361 1/28-Saturday SPCA & Poker/Blackjack Night 6pm-Midnight Route 1-Beach Plaza across from Safeway Rehoboth For more info: 227.3760
* 1/6/12 - 3/1/12

Girl Scout Cookie Sale

GIRL SCOUT COOKIES Girl Scouts Will Go Door-to-Door to Start Taking Cookie Orders Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay will go door-to-door to begin taking orders for Girl Scout Cookies starting Saturday, January 7, 2012. This year local Girl Scouts will offer the six varieties – Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Trefoils, Do-si-dos and, new this year, Savannah Smiles in honor of the Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary. All Girl Scout Cookies are free of preservatives and have zero trans fats. Cookies are $4.00 per box. Cookie booth sales will begin on Friday, February 10, 2012, at local businesses throughout the Delmarva Peninsula. Girls are also taking donations of Girl Scout cookies for Operation Taste of Home and local community groups. The Operation Taste of Home cookies will be donated to our Armed Forces and local agencies, such as food banks and pantries, blood banks, cancer centers and youth programs. Individuals interested in purchasing Cookies or donating to Operation Taste of Home can call the Cookie Hotline at 1-800-YUM-YUM2. To locate a cookie booth sale in your area go to The Girl Scouts Cookie Program is about more than just great tasting cookies. The program has a lasting impact on girls’ lives by helping them to build life skills such as leadership, money management, decision-making, teamwork, and goal setting. The benefits of the Cookie Program have been hailed by many of today’s businesswomen, who cite selling Girl Scout Cookies was their first step toward successful careers. All of the proceeds—every penny—from a local Council's cookie activities remains in the area where the cookies are sold. This revenue is used to benefit girls, some of it directly by remaining in the Girl Scout troop treasuries, and some of it indirectly by funding Council-led programs for Girl Scouts. Each year, over 9,000 Girl Scouts from the Delmarva Peninsula participate in the Cookie Program, selling over one million boxes of cookies to the community. A leading advocate for and expert on girls, the Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay builds girls of courage, confidence and character by providing personal leadership development and programs that teach skills for the real world. The Council serves approximately 15,000 girls in grades K-12 across the Delmarva Peninsula. Approximately 5,000 adult volunteers support the Council in various mentoring and leadership positions. To learn more about Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay, visit or call 1-800-341-4007.
* 1/6/12 - 2/11/12

Valentines for Vets

The Temptations Review Featuring Dennis Edwards will perform during the 3rd Annual Valentines for Veterans Concert: A Veterans Appreciation & Welcome Home Celebration at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Saturday, Feb. 18, at 2 p.m. This free concert is sponsored by the VA Maryland Health Care System, Help Hospitalized Veterans and FOX 45. For tickets, call the Meyerhoff Box Office at (410) 783-8000. All tickets are general admission and are free of charge, with a limit of two tickets per caller.
1/6/12 - 1/17/12

Martin Luther King Day at DE Museum of Natural History

30-second version: Special activities will highlight African Americans' contributions to biology on Monday, January 16 at the Delaware Museum of Natural History -- in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Hands-on crafts and games about peanuts, sea urchins, and other curiosities pay tribute to scientist George Washington Carver and others. More information at 302-658-9111 or D-E-L-M-N-H DOT ORG. Sponsored by Exelon Power.
1/6/12 - 1/20/12

Department of Education forums

DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO HOST COMMUNITY MEETINGS --Public can learn more about state’s federal flexibility application at evening meetings in each county --- The Delaware Department of Education will host a public meeting in each county to share and seek public feedback on the state’s accountability flexibility proposal. In September, President Obama and U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced flexibility from some provisions of the No Child Left Behind act in exchange for aggressive state-led reforms. Eleven states submitted applications during the first round this fall, and Delaware is among 30 expected to file in the second round in February. The state’s draft proposal was posted earlier this month online, but the meetings will give Secretary of Education Dr. Lillian M. Lowery the opportunity to explain the provisions to the public and to collect feedback that will inform the state’s final submission. The meeting times and locations are: 6 p.m., Wed., Jan. 4 at the James Gilliam Conference Center, 77 Reeds Way, New Castle. 6 p.m., Wed., Jan. 11 at Kent County Government Building, Room 220, Dover. 6 p.m., Thurs., Jan. 19, Sussex County Government Building, The Circle, Georgetown.
1/6/12 - 1/6/12

SPCA Volunteer Orientation

1/5-Thursday SPCA Volunteer Orientation 5:30pm-6:30pm SPCA 22918 DuPont Hwy Georgetown For more information-302.856.6361
* 1/8/12 - 2/1/12

Girl Scout Cookie Time!

It’s Girl Scout Cookie Time! Cookie sales provide funding for Girl Scout programs that builds courage, confidence and character. So starting January 7, 2012, take this sweet opportunity to support the girls in your community who will be coming door-to-door to begin taking orders for Girl Scout Cookies. This year local Girl Scouts will the six varieties – Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Trefoils, Do-Si-Dos, and new this year: Savannah Smiles in honor of the Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary. Girl Scout Cookies are $4.00 per box. Individuals interested in purchasing cookies or donating to Operation Taste of Home, in which cookies can be donated to our Armed Forces and local agencies, can ask a local Girl Scout Troop or call the Cookie Hotline at 1-800-YUM-YUM2.
1/8/12 - 1/8/12

SPCA Adoption Event

1/7-Saturday SPCA Adoption Event 10:30am-12:30pm Rehoboth Concord Pet Route 1 behind the SeaShell Shop Rehoboth For more information-302.856.6361
1/9/12 - 1/9/12

Sports Card, Comic Book and Collectible Show

January 8 - 10 am – 3 pm,Sports Card, Comic Book and Collectible Show, Aetna Fire Hall, 400 Ogletown Road, Newark, DE $2. Admission (Children 12 and under FREE), Over 50 Tables of the area’s finest dealers. For information or reservations please contact (302) 983-2636, or
1/9/12 - 1/9/12

Epiphany Bell Concert

Celebrate the Epiphany! The Wilmington Handbell Ensemble will be at St. Paul’s UMC at Main Street, Odessa on Sun., Jan. 8 at 4:00PM. Visit their website at A love offering will be taken.
* 1/10/12 - 2/11/12

Mount Aviat Academy Cream Puff Sale

Delicious, homemade cream puffs—a specialty of the Oblate Sisters—are available for pre-order only until February 3rd. Pricing is $2.50 each or 12 for $28. To order, contact Bridget Landis at 410.620.3635 or

Association of Contingency Planners

Topics: Selecting BC Software & Driving Program Adoption & Regulations Governing Travel Restrictions During a State of Emergency. RSVP to the chapter via email at by 1-7-2012. 8:30-11am
* 1/11/12 - 2/8/12

Claymont Girls Softball Sign-ups

Open Registrations, 1/10, 1/18, 1/26 and 2/7. 6:30 to 8:30 PM, Claymont Elementary school lobby. Girls ages 5 -19. Questions? Call Joe, 302-588-8093
* 1/12/12 - 2/1/12

January is National Radon Awareness Month

Radon is an invisible, odorless, tasteless and radioactive gas that occurs naturally in rocks and soils throughout the world. This gas may be found in older homes and buildings and in newer ones as well. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the nation, second only to smoking. It is also the sixth leading cause of all cancer deaths combined, responsible for nearly 20,000 lung cancer deaths every year. DPH encourages Delawareans to test their homes for radon. Test kits are available at most hardware stores. To find out if you qualify for a free radon test kit, contact the DPH radon office at (302)744-4546 or call 1-800-464-HELP (4357). Information about radon is available at
* 1/14/12 - 2/11/12

DCH Winter Programs

This winter, two all-new series that are sure to chase away the winter blues headline a full calendar of 25 winter/early spring offerings at The Delaware Center for Horticulture in Wilmington’s Trolley Square neighborhood. • “Family Fun” is a hands-on series aimed at families with children ages 4-10. • “Flower Arranging” introduces gardeners and crafters to beautiful, fragrant and unusual plant material. • Both are hands on workshops with memorable take-homes. FYI, if your publication has a self-serve online calendar, I’ll be uploading information and images (where appropriate) to it over the next few weeks. You can also find detailed information about each event online at
1/14/12 - 1/14/12

Dr. Fran Toliver Edwards Book Signing

Local Townsend resident 1st novel book signing At The Java House Cafe: 104 W Main Street Middletown DE 19709 7-9pm
1/14/12 - 1/1/13

Cancer Support Community

When you've been diagnosed with cancer, where do you go? The Cancer Support Community, formerly the Wellness Community! We provide without charge-professional emotional support for people with cancer and their caregivers in a relaxed home-like setting. To confidentially deal with the isolation, loss of control and loss of hope that can accompany a cancer diagnosis. Research has shown that meeting with others in professionally led support groups will improve quality of life and can improve survival. • Patient Active o Be Informed o Take Action o Connect with Others • Professional Support Hope • Caregiver Support • No Charge for Service Give us a call at 302.995.2850
1/15/12 - 1/17/12

Hagley's Invention Convention

3 days of inventing, experimenting, and interactive educational entertainment. Kids design and produce gadgets, take apart and explore the inner workings of appliances, go on a science-related scavenger hunt, and play with kitchen and carpentry shop sets.
1/16/12 - 1/16/12

Prestige Event Mgmt Launch Party & Exhibitor Expo

Prestige Event Mgmt Firm is hosting a launch party to celebrate the opening of their new event biz.Register at for more info and to win a fabulous raffle prize.
1/17/12 - 1/17/12

Martin Luther King Day Camp at the Brandywine Zoo

Kids have off--Do zoo camp! 8:30am-4pm. Fee: $35 per participant/$30 per participant, Zoo Members. Aftercare fee: $10 per person. Pre-registration required by 1/11. (302) 571-7747
* 1/17/12 - 2/1/12

Shoes to Share

The Dance Station in Elkton, MD is collecting gently used shoes for the Shoes to Share program. Anyone dropping off a pair will get 20% off any pair of new dance shoes. Shoes to Share is a nonprofit organization. All shoes are shipped to Haiti
1/17/12 - 1/17/12

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration in Chadds Ford

Come for refreshments, a video of Dr. King’s speeches, a coloring area, games and activities at the Visitors Center, free of charge. The Chads House will be open for tours ($5 for adults; members & kids under 17 are free).
1/19/12 - 1/19/12

Help For Homeowner Associations!

“Meet Your County Government” Seminar January 18, 6-8pm, 77 Reads Way, New Castle. Leaders from each of the County’s nine departments will be on hand to listen to and answer Homeowner Association Board of Directors’ questions. Call 302-395-5601

Wilmington Women in Business - Leadership Workshop

Discover your leadership style and develop strategies to interact with your team given your strengths & “blind spots” facilitated by Gay Lynch, Thought Partners Inc. Visit us at
* 1/19/12 - 2/1/12

Early Bird Registion Fee for 5K to benefit American Lung Association

Sign up by Jan 31 if you are thinking about running in the 5K or the Half Marathon portion of citzens Bank Ceasar Rodney Half Marathon & 5K. Event is Sunday March 25, go to Register by Jan 31 for discounted registration. Can't participate but want to help. Call Sue DeNardo at 302 737 6414 x 17
1/20/12 - 1/20/12

"Getting to the Radio" with Envy McKee

The “Getting to the Radio” with Envy McKee discussion will be open to the community from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. This speaking engagement is hosted by The e-House Center. Free event tickets are available via Eventbrite:
* 1/21/12 - 3/17/12

DART Poster Contest

“Don’t Text and Drive! Commute Smart, Ride DART” is the theme for DART First State’s 12th Annual Transit Poster Contest. Open to school-age children Grades 6 through 12, the contest is designed to encourage students to learn more about public transportation and its benefits, as well as the chance to see their artwork featured by DART First State in various advertisements, promotions, or displays. With statewide efforts and local communities continuing to educate on the dangers of texting, or using the phone while driving, DART wants to use the opportunity to inform and promote the advantages of using public transit. Increased awareness of Delaware’s Public Transit system informs new and current commuters, that riding DART can be a wise choice. Posters must be submitted by March 16, 2012 to DART First State Poster Contest; Marketing Dept.; 119 Lower Beech Street; Wilmington, DE 19805. Prizes and certificates will be provided by DART First State and its business partners. Interested schools are being asked to conduct the contest within the appropriate grade levels at the school, and forward the entries to DART First State for judging. Individuals who wish to enter apart from their school may do so as long as they are in grades 6 through 12. For details and contest instructions, please call (302) 576.6016, or visit DART’s website at
* 1/21/12 - 2/13/12

Polar Bear Plunge Donations

Can't Bear to take the plunge? Why not do the next best thing. Wawa is selling paper bears at the checkout counter for just $1, with all proceeds supporting Delaware's 3,500 Special Olympics athletes. So the next time you "Gotta have a Wawa" be sure to ask the cashier if you can "buy a Bear." This promotion, which runs from now until Feb. 12, is part of Wawa's sponsorship of the Lewes Polar Bear Plunge. The only thing better than a cup of coffee or scrumptious sandwich is knowing you are supporting a great cause! So stop by a Wawa today, buy a bear, and make a difference in your community. For more information about the Polar Bear Plunge visit
1/21/12 - 1/21/12

FREE Spaghetti Dinner hosted OneRunTogether

This dinner will be delicious and free for all! Register online at: All proceeds benefit local cancer patients to help them pay medical bills!
* 1/21/12 - 2/18/12

DCH Bare Root Tree Sale

The Delaware Center for Horticulture's Bare Root Tree Sale kicks off its spring bare root tree sale, with orders due Feb. 17, just in time for Valentine’s Day. For this sale, every order also receives four free tickets to the Delaware Home Show. Tickets can be redeemed at the Wilmington show on March 3 & 4 or at the Dover show on March 23 & 24. Ten varieties of trees that thrive in our region’s towns and cities will be available. TheDCH remains the only retail source in the State that sells bare root trees. To learn more about what’s special about bare root trees, and to see a list of available trees and descriptions, visit Pre-paid orders can be picked up at TheDCH on March 21 or 22. A free tree planting workshop will also be offered at TheDCH on March 21 from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. For best results, trees should be planted as soon as possible to prevent the roots from drying out. Trees can be stored in a cool shady spot until you are ready to plant. Plan ahead to settle new trees in the ground by March 30.
1/22/12 - 1/22/12

Big Beautiful Women Philly dinner and game night

DEl Val BBW's will holding a dinner and game night.Dinner is 6pm at Nicks Roast Beef 2212 Cottman Ave Phila Pa.Later on will games at Dave and Busters.Please call Larry 609-870-8853 for more info
1/22/12 - 1/22/12

THE ARTS AT TRINITY: Musical Jungle Adventures

2:00 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Parish,1108 North Adams Street, Wilmington. Capture your child’s imagination through works, “A Day in the Jungle,” “The Story of Babar, the Little Elephant” and “The Tyger.” Recommended for ages 5 and up. Free!
1/22/12 - 1/22/12

SPCA Adoption Event

1/21-Saturday SPCA Adoption Event 10:30am-12:30pm Rehoboth Concord Pet Route 1 behind the SeaShell Shop Rehoboth For more information-302.856.6361
1/23/12 - 1/23/12

Pancakes for Paws

Pancakes for Paws Shake the winter blues & warm up at the 2nd Annual Pancakes for Paws! Enjoy a delicious breakfast - pancakes, eggs, potatoes and more - and 100% of the proceeds benefit Faithful Friends! 4 seating times available: 9am-10am, 10am-11am, 11am-Noon & Noon-1pm. $10/adult $5/children (12 & under) Save $2 on your order by reserving tickets before January 15th! The Pit Stop Program presents "Power House Raffles" - raffles every hour to benefit Faithful Friends' Pit Stop Program. Make Pancakes for Paws reservation. At Wilmington Elks Lodge: 1307 Caruthers Lane, Wilmington, DE 19803 Start Date: 01/22/2012 Start Time: 9:00 am End: 01/22/2012 End Time: 1:00 pm
1/23/12 - 1/23/12

Basket Bingo

Friends for Rescue & Pet Care is holding a basket bingo to help animals. Doors open at 1:00 at Aetna Fire Hall on Ogletown Rd, in Newark. Play 20 games for $20-$25. Win beautiful filled baskets, other prizes. To pre-register call 750-6228.
1/24/12 - 1/30/12

Downtown Newark Restaurant Week

Downtown Newark’s annual Restaurant Week hosts a culinary celebration highlighting downtown’s diverse restaurants and their offerings. Downtown Newark’s Restaurant Week is known for its affordability and great food in a fun and vibrant area. From Monday, January 23 through Sunday, January 29, nineteen downtown Newark restaurants will offer special menus highlighting the best they have to offer at the right price. Three tiers of prix fixe meals are offered, with some restaurants offering more than one tier during the week. Each restaurant develops specific menus for the week according to their clientele and tier(s). Menus are available now at The tiers: Friends & Family Fun Meals feeds a group of four people for $19.00 Lunches features 2-course lunches for $10.00 Dinners features 2-course dinners for $19.00 3-course dinners for $25.00 The week-long promotion is a great opportunity to discover new restaurants or enjoy all the old favorites at an affordable price. -END- visit
1/24/12 - 1/24/12


Monday, January 23, 2012—7:00 p.m., Dover Satellite Location: Christ Episcopal Church, South State & Water Streets, Dover One of Delaware’s premier youth orchestral ensembles presents a family-friendly program. Conducted by Eliezer Gutman.Free!
1/27/12 - 1/27/12

New Jersey South Job Fair

Free Job Fair Thursday, January 26 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM Holiday Inn-Cherry Hill, NJ 2175 West Marlton Pike Cherry Hill
1/29/12 - 1/29/12

AbleArts' Winter Show

Annual fundraiser show for Delaware's premiere disabled theater company. All new material presented in a variety show format. Requested donation $5.00 Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd 1530 Foulk Road, Wilmington 19803
1/29/12 - 1/29/12

Troop 61 Boy Scout Fundraiser, Holy Rosary Church

Spaghetti Dinner 5-8pm. Holy Rosary's Manerchia Hall, Phila Pike Claymont. Adults 10$, Child 5$. Includes Homemade Sauce & Spaghetti with Meat Choice, Salad Bar & Drink. Dessert Available for 1$. Questions Call 798-5685.
1/29/12 - 1/29/12


Delaware City Fire Company is having a CAR WASH to benefit our 125th committee. Cars are $8.00 and SUVs/Trucks/Vans $10.00. We will start washing vehicles at 9:00 am and continue throughout the day. Please help us to better serve the community we love!
1/29/12 - 1/29/12

SPCA & Poker/Blackjack Night

1/28-Saturday SPCA & Poker/Blackjack Night 6pm-Midnight Route 1-Beach Plaza across from Safeway Rehoboth For more info: 227.3760
1/30/12 - 1/30/12

Jazz for St. James School

Wilson Somers & Company play a winter's jazz session at the Episcopal Church of the Advent in Kennett Square for the benefit of the newly opened St. James School in Philadelphia. See for all concert details.
1/30/12 - 1/30/10

Super Camp Fair

A fun day for the whole family. Meet over 50 camp directors from local day, residential and specialty camps. Hands-on activities, interactive displays, goodie bags and raffled prizes including a week at 76ers camp.
1/30/12 - 1/30/12


Sunday, January 29, 2012—1:30 p.m., Wilmington Branch TICKETS: Free!
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