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Moss Creek

Advocate January 2014

Issue Highlights:

Invitation for Cliff Charnes’ Reception President’s Note Golf & Tennis Tips Causeway Update


Dominick Bonanno 2013 MCOA Board President This is my closing article as the outgoing President for 2013 and a welcoming for our incoming President for 2014, Jan Alpert. I am confident that the new 2014 Board will move forward in a positive direction. They have several Capital Projects and open agenda items to be resolved, that is, in addition to working with a new General Manager-Chief Operating Officer. I wish them the best and know that you will support their endeavors. MCOA ends the year with a very strong financial position. Along with fiscal responsibilities being addressed, we have also put into motion the 2013 Board’s planning objectives. The outgoing Members of the Board are John Woronowich and Eileen Hutton. As previously noted the three newly elected Members joining the Board are Katy Myer, Lou Natale and Lawrence Taylor. I would like to thank all Board Members, Department Managers and MCOA Staff for their commitment and service to our Community. It has been my pleasure and privilege to serve as your President. Happy New Year greetings to my Moss Creek family. Sincerely, Dom Bonanno

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Randy Connelly Chief of Security Responses by EMS seem to be a weekly occurrence here at Moss Creek. Many recently have been due to injuries from falls that have occurred. Although some have been illness related, many occurred because of mobility issues and accidents that could have been prevented. Although Security can’t help much with this, we can offer suggestions to prevent such occurrences by helping you recognize potential hazards, and aids that are available in case you happen to be alone if such an event occurs. First, it is important to take a close look at your property to evaluate what can be done to eliminate accidents from occurring. Recognizing hazards such as breaks or cracks in pavement or flooring that need repair, or potentially slick surfaces such as polished tile or hardwood floors, is crucial. Eliminating tripping hazards such as extension cords and/or items not in use (toys, tools, sports equipment, etc.) is also important. For those living alone, there are many options in personal emergency electronic devices now available that will alert authorities of distress in the event you are unable to contact a relative or neighbor. If you have a cell phone, be sure to keep it on you at all times and check to make sure it is sufficiently charged. The Fitness Center has advised me of a few classes now available to Members to improve balance and functional movement. The staff has been very pleased with the attendance and has seen first-hand how many Members have benefitted from participating. Having such programs like this in Moss Creek is a huge benefit for everyone.

Honoring

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Advocate TABLE OF CONTENTS

Member Photos

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Community News

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Grounds & Golf Course News

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Golf Corner

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Tennis News

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Fitness News

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Clubhouse News

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Community News Jan Alpert 2014 MCOA Board President I want to begin my first Advocate article by thanking Cliff Charnes for his seventeen years of service to Moss Creek as the General Manager. Cliff leaves Moss Creek Owners Association in great financial shape having completed an outstanding year including: performance better than budget, strong certificate income, reduced delinquencies, a reserve fund over a million dollars, and members’ equity exceeding $13 million for the first time. During his tenure, the Clubhouse was built and remodeled, the pool complex and Fitness Center were added, a renovated marina and new dock were completed, the South Course greens were rebuilt and new grass was planted on the fairways, and the Community was well maintained year after year. Be sure to stop by the Clubhouse on January 23 (4:00 p.m.‒7:00 p.m.), to wish Cliff well in his retirement. The Search Committee for the new General Manager conducted personal interviews in December and we anticipate being able to announce the new General Manager early in January. I also want to thank Dom Bonanno for his leadership as President of the Board of Directors in 2013. It will be several weeks before we have the year-end results, but through November seventy-nine (79) home or lot sales have closed resulting in $1,449,000 in certificate income. Revenue year-to-date is slightly ahead of budget and expenses continue to be lower than budget. In December $350,000 was paid down on the line of credit debt and $650,000 was put into the Reserve Fund as anticipated in the 2013 budget. At the last meeting of the year, the Board of Directors approved keeping any additional surplus cash available for future projects. Several contractors provided proposals for replacing the pipe that eroded under the first causeway along Moss Creek Drive. We have decided to go with JS Construction. The required OCRM (Ocean & Coastal Resource Management) permits have been requested. It is anticipated that we will have the necessary approval and begin the repair in January. Watch “This Week at the Creek” for more details about the project and when it will begin. The major project in 2014 will be the new Gatehouse. Bids are still being obtained for the construction, as well as new security equipment. Jim Vogel, Vice President of MCOA for 2014, will continue to head up the Gatehouse Task Force through the decision process. 2014 will be a planning year for other long term projects. Chuck Eberly will chair the Bostwick Task Force which will look at the future expansion of the Fitness Center and renovation of Bostwick to possibly include casual dining and a Community center addition. Each of these projects will take several years to define and prepare a cost-benefit analysis, so future Boards can decide if and when any of these projects will be built. At the same time, the Task Force will review the master plan for the location of other possible facilities including a larger fenced dog park or other recreational activities. In 2014, we also plan to form a task force to evaluate the causeways and alternatives for reinforcement. Private Club Associates, who conducted the 2013 Member Survey, returned in May to review the results of the survey with the Board and facilitate the creation a new Vision, Mission, and Brand for Moss Creek. The final version was presented to the Members at the Special Meeting in October. A copy can be found on the Moss Creek website, under the Member Central tab. The Board and Committee goals for 2014 will be developed around the new Vision, Mission, and Brand statements. We want to extend a special welcome to the many new residents of Moss Creek. If you have any questions about where to find information on the website or the procedures for making renovations to your home, the Moss Creek administration staff is available to assist you. Suzanna Johnston, Assistant to the General Manager, can answer your questions or direct you to the right department 843-836-6116. If you are interested in learning more about the activities at Moss Creek, contact Mary Jane Reeves (843-836-3355) who heads up the Ambassadors program. I want to thank the residents of Palm Isle for providing an outstanding display of holiday lights for everyone, young and old, to enjoy this year! As I begin my tenth year of living in Moss Creek, I look forward to serving as your President in 2014. I can be reached at janalpert@aol.com or 843-837-2177.

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Grounds & Golf Course News Twilight Golf

Mitchell Wilkerson Director of Golf Maintenance

December Recap Twilight Golf was held Friday, December 13, 2013 on the South Course. No bad Friday the 13th happenings here! It was a beautiful, sunny December afternoon on the links. There were 62 Members in the field and the format was a Step-Aside Scramble. Thank you for playing and congratulations to the winners. The next Twilight Golf is scheduled for January 17, and the sign-up sheet will be posted on January 3.

Art & Debbie Dunlap and Joel & Ann Harris

Bill & Barbara Kindred

We finished the 2013 year with new plantings at the Clubhouse. The plan was designed by Amy Carn, who has designed the plantings at the Clubhouse, entrance, and Bostwick. I think the planting makes the Clubhouse more welcoming for our Members and their guests. We have plans to expand on plantings throughout the Community in the new year.

Speaking of plants, I have a few tips for gardeners in the winter months. Winterizing Plants in Containers What to do with potted containers? Plants that are at least 2 zones hardier than your growing zone should be able to survive the winter outdoors (www2.arborday.org). You may need to provide extra insulation and be certain your container is made from a frost tolerant material. •

• • Judy & John Minnich and Earle & Nancy Everett

The more soil in your pot, the better insulated the roots will be. If possible, you could simply slip the existing container into a larger container and fill the side with soil or mulch. Cluster several containers together and move them to a sheltered spot. For small trees/shrubs, you can protect them from frigid winds by driving stakes around their perimeter and then wrap them in burlap. Don’t let the burlap touch the leaves or needles or they could suffer more frost damage than if left unprotected.

Carol & Roger Park and Claire & Tony Karnas

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Golf Corner Heidi Wright-Tennyson Director of Golf Wow, it does not seem possible a new year is starting already! As we start the new year, I want to make sure you are receiving my weekly emails. I have a weekly email on Thursdays that keeps you up-to-date on professional services, staff accomplishments, equipment, and merchandise. It also offers game improvement tips and informs you of upcoming events. If you are not receiving this publication and would like to, please email me at hwright@mosscreek-hiltonhead.com. The professional staff is busy planning for spring tournaments, demo days, and instructional programs. We will also be attending the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando at the end of the month. This

is a great opportunity for team building, networking, education seminars, and previewing merchandise and equipment. Please note the time for walking to play golf and the Afternoon Rate has been changed from 1:00pm to noon for the winter months. The time for both will return to 1:00pm when Daylight Savings begins. A reminder to players walking the course, divot sand is provided in the bag room for your sand bottles. If you do not own your own bottle, they will provide one for your use for the round; please return these bottles after each round to the staff as they are not your bottles to keep in your possession. Thank you!

2014 Golf Booklets/Schedules Just a reminder, the 2014 booklets will be sent out by mid-January to all Golf Club Members. They will also be available in the Golf Shop.

Golf Shop Tip of the Month:

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Moss Creek Drive Causeway Update In early December, we notified everyone about a large leak that occurred in the outfall structure at Pond # 1. This area affects the ponds behind Stable Gate, Wax Myrtle Court, along # 4 South and all the way to # 6 Green. JS Construction Services will be preparing the structure over the next 2-3 weeks. The causeway will be closed for 5-7 days after repair begins. All required permits have been requested and obtained from OCRM. Please watch the weekly communications for detour information and updates during this time. All traffic will be routed through the Stable Gate exit. This time of year, we have spring tides every two weeks. Once the repair is complete, the spring tides will help to fill Pond # 1 along with any rainfall we receive.

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MCGC Annual Meeting & Tourn. The Moss Creek Golf Club hosted its Annual Meeting Tournament on Saturday, December 7, 2013. There were 172 players in the field and both courses were played. The format was a Four-Person Scramble. Play was followed by the Golf Club Annual Meeting, presentation of awards, presentation of 2013 Hole-In-One ACERS, and food and drink for all. It was a wonderful day and a great end to a super year. Thanks to all Members who have supported Golf Club events throughout the year and congratulations to all of the winners! Thanks also to the MCGC Board and for all of their hard work and time running the events.

WGA Christmas Tourn. The WGA 18-Holers played a nine-hole Christmas event on Wednesday, December 18, 2013. The format was Individual Stableford. Play was followed by caroling, hot cider, a great luncheon by Chef Lenny and a Yankee Gift Swap. The order of the swap was determined by the scores from the stableford event. The player with the most points won the chance to select last. It was a fun afternoon and we thank you for your participation!

Host Men’s HHI Interclub Thursday, January 30th Twilight Golf Friday, February 7th Host Team Matches Monday, February 17th Ladies Nine Opening Tourn. & Lunch MCGC Ryder Cup Draft Thursday, February 20th Men’s Governors Tourn. 1st Matches Saturday, February 22nd Men’s Governors Tourn. 2nd Matches Sunday, February 23rd WGA Opening Tourn. & Lunch Wednesday, February 26th Host Men’s Lowcountry Interclub MCGC Ryder Cup Dinner Thursday, February 27th

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Tennis News Tom Ruth Director of Tennis Station Training Formerly known as Boot Camp, we are pleased to bring this event back to Moss Creek. On Friday, January 24, from 2:00—5:00pm, myself and several other pros will be here to tune your game up for the upcoming season. However, this is not limited to just team players, it is open to anyone looking to ramp up their tennis game for the new year. Players will be grouped together by levels/skill and spend time at each station. Stations will include groundstrokes, serves & returns, volleys & overheads, mid-court, and footwork. Immediately following the on court work, we will have a Pro Exhibition. Beer, wine, and snacks will be served following the station training. Super Bowl of Tennis A new and exciting team challenge! We will play on February 2, and go from 9:00am—12:30ish and then provide a small lunch after play. Four teams will be formed based on the football teams left in the division playoffs. The teams will be divided up

based on skill and ability to make four competitive teams. All levels of players are needed for this event from 2.5-4.5. This is sure to be a great morning of tennis with a new spin. More information to come in the following weeks, but mark the date on your calendars today!

League Season Starting The USTA League season will be starting at the end of January. Moss Creek will have 13 teams participating in the Hilton Head Local League. The teams are fired up and ready to make a push for a State Championship! Practice times have been published and are posted in the Tennis Center. We encourage all Moss Creek residents to come down and watch the matches and support your Moss Creek teams!

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Fitness News Lee Snider Personal Trainer I hope that everyone is enjoying this holiday season with their friends and families. I am sure many of you are looking forward to the new year and have set new fitness goals and resolutions. This month since we have so many avid golfers and tennis players I thought I would address a few ideas about preparing yourself for the next competitive season. Many people have the mindset that they will play a sport to get into shape. This is usually met with both failure and injury. In reality the thought should be “I will get into shape to play a sport.” If this happens, usually success occurs. Today, all athletes in both Golf and Tennis have learned to appreciate the benefit of being in top physical condition before their competitive season begins. They know that their performance will be greatly enhanced and the risk of injury will be significantly diminished. I worked for several years with a Hall of Fame Female Tennis Pro who would begin her training in January for her next competitive season. This training was planned out for the entire year in a program called Periodization Training. Periodization subdivides (at regular time intervals) a specific resistance training period such as one year (a macrocycle) into smaller periods or phases (mesocycles) with each mesocycle again separated into weekly microcycles. In es-

sence, this model decreases training volume and increases intensity as the program progresses. Fracturing the macrocycle into different components allows for the manipulation of training intensity, volume, frequency, sets, repetitions, and rest periods to prevent overtraining. It also provides a way to alter training variety. Periodized training in essence reduces negative overtraining or staleness, so the competitive athlete achieves peak performance at competition time. Although this may sound quite complicated and involved, if it is implemented by a professional strength and conditioning coach it is simple, easy, and extremely effective in preparing an athlete at any level of competition superbly for peak performance during competition. That being said, I would enjoy the opportunity to train avid golfers and tennis players in this manner and share with you the improvement both in your health and in your competitive endeavors. It’s a commitment, but one I know you will enjoy doing, learning from, and reaping its rewards. Come by the Fitness Center and let’s talk about your next competitive season and begin preparing now!

Personal Evaluations Our Fitness Evaluation consists of a comprehensive 90 -minute health and fitness assessment. In the health segment, we go over your overall health history, including past surgeries, medications, blood pressure, resting heart rate, and injuries. The fitness segment screens for cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and body composition. Initial evaluations are complimentary to all Members and a great way to meet the staff.

TWO DAY SEPCIAL On Monday, January 6th or Tuesday, January 7th . . . .

Purchase 10 one-hour training sessions and receive two free. Contact the Fitness Center for details; 836-6160.

Do you know what your New Year’s resolution will be? What most people will say is to lose weight. If it is, good for you! You have to make a definitive goal with a deadline. If you create a goal, your chances of succeeding skyrocket. Part of the problem though, is what’s a reasonable goal and in what time frame? That’s where the New Year, New You Challenge comes in. We challenge you to lose 4% of your body weight by January 31. Come in to the Fitness Center to sign up! We will weigh you and get your starting body fat percentage. Then between January 30 and February 1, come back to see how you did! From the people that complete the 4% goal, the person who loses the most body weight by percent will win a prize! 8


Clubhouse News Jim O’Connor Clubhouse Manager Well, before we tie a pretty little bow around 2013 and store it in our memory banks, I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to some key people that made 2013 a great success. First, I would like to thank all the employees that worked so hard over this past year to make every event and service memorable for our Members. The list is too long for this forum, but I will say that all of the 30 employees from the Clubhouse made the list. Second, as some of you are hearing, my Assistant, Beth Reynders, has decided to move on to focus on other endeavors in her life. Beth, as the gracious person she is, did not want to make a big fuss about her leaving. I would like to thank her for all the hard work and wish her all the best. Third, I would like to thank my now former boss, Mr. Charnes, for being a great boss and mentor these past four years. It is truly amazing that he has been here for 17 years and I wish him all the best in his retirement. Lastly, I want to thank all the Members for making 2013 a wonderfully memorable year. We have had a full year of memories, from joy and laughter, and yes, I think there were even some tears. All right, now on to 2014. As I have just finished saying, 2013 will be hard to top, but let’s peer into our futurescope ( I know I made it up, just work with me) and see what is in store for 2014. In the first quarter of the year, we are again fortunate with the help of Mrs. Putnam, to host our annual Piano Recital on February 6. Two weeks later, we will also be having our Valentine’s Dinner and entertainment on Thursday, February 13. I know you are asking, why not on Valentine’s Day. Well the truth is, nothing can interrupt Fridays at Moss Creek, not even Valentine’s Day. Also, we are currently planning our annual Oyster Roast and our very successful wine dinners in early March. Details to follow after the first of the year.

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Clubhouse News Website Session Have you visited the new website? Do you know you can make a tee time, court time, view your current and past statements, read all Committee and Board minutes, view weekly menus, check out the calendar of events, and much more? Need assistance with the GHIN handicap system used in the Golf Shop? Tom Logue will be presenting a tutorial on the GHIN system. Join us at the Clubhouse on Wednesday, January 8, at 4:00pm. See you there!!

Thursday, January 16, 2014 5:30—7pm Buffet / 7pm Trivia You know what time it is . . .Trivia time!! Team captains, get your table names and account numbers in to the Clubhouse by Tuesday, January 14. The menu will be a buffet with salad, entrée selections, dessert bar, and coffee/beverage station. The cost is $17.50 plus tax, gratuity, and $4 for entertainment/prizes. Call the Clubhouse at 8372230 or email jbennett@mosscreek-hiltonhead.com.

Lenny Giarratano Executive Chef

Saturday, February 1st 5:30pm Dinner / 7pm Bingo Cost: $16.50++ per person Two cards per person that can be replaced each round. Members will play a total of 5 rounds for prizes. Deadline: January 28, 2014 Buffet Menu Soup Selections: Vegetable Minestrone, New England Clam Chowder Salad Bar: Carved Flank Steak, Grilled Marinated Chicken Breast, Spicy Jerk Shrimp, Marinated Beets, Artichoke Hearts, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Olives, Onions, Shaved Carrots, Feta, Blue Cheese, Cous Cous Salad, with Assortment of Dressings Something Sweet: Cookies, Brownies

Authors Lunch: CJ Lyons Tuesday, January 28th 12 Noon / Clubhouse Hilton Head Island’s own, CJ Lyons, author of several New York Times bestsellers, will talk with us about her latest novel, After Shock, and reveal the real life drama behind her first YA fiction, Broken. Come for a lively discussion, you never can tell what’s going to happen with CJ in the house. Call

the Clubhouse to save your seat; 837-2230.

There are probably one or two of you reading this that indulged a little more than you would have liked over the holidays and now you are looking to start fresh and turn over a new leaf. The hard part of that, of course, is after a month or so of eating everything with gravy and mashed potatoes, suddenly settling into a salad doesn’t sound that exciting. We serve a lot of different salads at the Club, but none are as popular as when we serve a grilled Romaine lettuce platter. Sometimes we serve it as a “Caesar” or sometimes with nuts, berries, and blue cheese, but there is no denying the taste and texture gained by grilling the lettuce. It might even make you forget cheesecake for a minute or two! The procedure is simple really; all you need is a good hot grill to get started. I have seen chefs “dry grill” the lettuce, but I prefer brushing with a light layer of lemon and olive oil, or a very light Italian style dressing. The trick is to not over-oil the lettuce or you will get flare ups, and leave an undesirable carbon taste on the greens. The decision to serve freshly grilled and warm, or “grilled and chilled” is up to you. There are proponents of both methods. For a grilled Romaine Caesar, which I prefer chilled, you should grill the lettuce one hour in advance, then just before service drizzle dressing, croutons, cracked pepper, and shaved Parmesan cheese. Anchovies are optional of course, but they 10 really do complete the flavor profile in my opinion.


MCOA Board of Directors Officers President Vice President Treasurer Secretary

Management Team

The outpour of gifts and goodies over the holidays has been amazing. We cannot thank you enough for your generous contribution to the Employee Holiday Fund. MCOA Staff

Member Event Cancellation Policy Per the Moss Creek Rules and Regulations, Members who make reservations for regular a la carte dining, and fail to use or cancel by 4:30 p.m. of the same day may be charged a service charge based on the evening menu. Reservations for any Clubhouse special event or theme dinner must be canceled 72 hours in advance or the Member may be charged. Further, in fairness to all Members, any cancellations of reservations for specialty events and any other specialty event (as determined by the General Manager) may be charged to the account of the Member unless sale of the tickets can be made to others.

This policy will be more strictly enforced beginning January 2014. Thank you for your cooperation.

We are asking for volunteers to help clean up Community grounds along 278. Clean ups are scheduled 9:00am on the 4th Monday of each month, with a few exceptions due to holidays. Volunteers meet at the Admin Office and then disperse to get the job done (bags, gloves and safety vests are provided). It usually takes no more than an hour, and volunteers have 3-4 days on the schedule for the year. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Kelly Clements at kclements@mosscreek-hiltonhead.com or 836-6108. If there are certain months you will not be available to help, please indicate when volunteering. A roster and schedule of clean ups will be created and volunteers will be notified in mid-January.

General Manager Asst. to General Manager Controller Chief of Security Clubhouse Manager Executive Chef Director of Golf Director of Tennis Fitness Complex Facility Maintenance Manager Golf Superintendent Human Resources Water Oak Utility Manager

Suzanna Johnston Payman Shamlou Randy Connelly Jim O’Connor Lenny Giarratano Heidi Wright-Tennyson Tom Ruth Becky Morgan Pinckney Crosby Mitchell Wilkerson Linda Klingman James Buckner

836-6114 836-6116 836-6102 836-6151 837-2234 837-2230 837-2231 836-6131 836-6160 836-6139 836-6136 836-6101 836-6141

Member Services Gate Passes Dinner Reservations Member Banquets Certificate/ARB/Marina Fax/Copies/Notary Member Services/Publications Lot Maintenance Statement Inquiries

Security Jason Bennett Jim O’Connor Susan Brown Faye Barnard Melissa Sheire Kelly Clements Marie Arnal

837-2220 837-2230 837-2234 836-6112 836-6113 836-6121 836-6108 836-6109

Hours of Operation Administration Office Monday - Thursday Friday

8:00am - 5:00pm 8:00am - 1:00pm

Tuesday Wednesday - Sunday

11:30am - 5:00pm 11:30am - 9:00pm

Grill Room Dining Lunch: Tuesday - Sunday Dinner: Wednesday - Sunday

11:30am - 5:00pm 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Clubhouse Bar

2014 Volunteers Adopt a Highway Project

Directors Peter Carlson Lou Natale Chuck Eberly Lawrence Taylor Katy Myer

Jan Alpert Jim Vogel Jerry Coghlan Dave Neff

A la Carte Dining Breakfast: Lunch: Dinner:

Sunday Tuesday - Sunday Wednesday Friday Simply Sunday

Golf Pro Shop

Daily

Tennis Center

Monday - Friday

Fitness Center

10:00am - 1:00pm 11:30am - 3:00pm 5:30pm - 7:30pm 5:30pm - 8:30pm 5:30pm - 7:30pm 7:30am - 5:00pm

Saturday

8:00am - 12:00pm 2:00pm - 6:00pm 8:00am - 12:00pm

Monday - Friday Saturday Sunday

6:00am - 7:00pm 7:00am - 4:00pm 11:00am - 4:00pm


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