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Sunday, May 21, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 1D

• Photos of scholarship recipients • 2017 Northgate High School award presentations • Photos of 2017 honors graduates • A letter to seniors from Principal Bill Harrison

Northgate High School Student Honors 2017 Published by The Newnan Times-Herald Sunday, May 21, 2017

Photos by Susan Crutchfield Honors night photos are available for purchase online at photos.times-herald.com

Northgate High School Valedictorian Regan Brinkley, left, and Salutatorian Nikki Garn

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2D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 21, 2017

Northgate Honors 2017

Lighthouse Faith N Action Scholarship: recipient E’Mari Coggins, left, and presenter Alicia Ramsay

Dale J. Krach Memorial Scholarship: recipient Gabriella Lotter, left, and presenter Dr. Eric Fiske

2017 Northgate High School Salutatorian: Marc Guy; Superintendent Steve Barker; board of education members Larry Robinson, Sue Brown, Winston Dowdell and Beth Barnett; salutatorian Nikki Garn; and board of education member Amy Dees

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4D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 21, 2017

Northgate Honors 2017

Optimist Club of Senoia Scholarship: Recipient Eden Smith and presenter Tony Bell STAR Student Award: Assistant Superintendent Marc Guy; presenter Nadene Smith; Superintendent Steve Barker; board of education members Larry Robinson, Sue Brown, Winston Dowdell and Beth Barnett; STAR Student Bo Heatherman; and board of education member Amy Dees

Orchettes Civic Club Scholarship: Recipient Gaylyn Farmer and presenter Margaret Thompson AFJROTC Scholarship: Presenter, Lt. Col. James Dorsey, recipients James Francis and Tanner Kelly, and presenter Mstr. Sgt. Ron Wolfe

Beta Club Scholarships: Presenter Kathi Wright; recipients Sarah Guilot, Gabriella Lotter and Samantha Smith; and presenter Carolyn McDevitt

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Sunday, May 21, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 5D

Northgate Honors 2017

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6D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 21, 2017

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Northgate Honors 2017

Coweta-Fayette Trust Melissa Segars Memorial Scholarship: Recipients Reagan Brinkley and Ian Binek; and presenter Stan Seldon

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8D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 21, 2017

Northgate Honors 2017

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Newnan Fairburn Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Scholarship: From left, front, chapter members Guy Fallon, Anthony Jones and Larry Satterwhite; second row, presenter Brannon Jones, recipient Cameron Ramsay and chapter member Chris Orr; back, chapter members Ferro Jeffries, Martisse Troup and Jeff Robinson

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10D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 21, 2017

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Sunday, May 21, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 11D

Northgate Honors 2017

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Sunday, May 21, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 13D

Northgate Honors 2017

Kiwanis Club of White Oak Golden K Scholarship: Recipient Eden Smith and presenter Joe Brooks

Abby’s Angels Foundation Scholarship: Recipient Gracie Robbins and presenter Monique Haskins

Auburn University AFROTC Scholarship: Recipient Tanner Kelly and Lt. Col Jeffrey Welborn

Kiwanis Club of White Oak Golden K Northgate High School Key Club Scholarship: Recipient Ian Binek and presenter Joe Brooks

Clothes Less Travelled Scholarship: Recipient Diego Couvillion and presenter Tammy Turk

Charter Bank Charter Foundation Scholarship: Recipient KateLynn Loper and presenter Michelle Hutcheson

Atlanta Journal Constitution Cup Award: Recipient Bo Heatherman and presenter Ron Gill

Governor’s Honors Program Participants: Christina Pacetti and Max Hardin; and presenter Alicia Ramsay

Math Club Gerald Jones Scholarship: Recipient Noor Tabbaa and presenter Lauren Smith

The mission of The Bedford School is to maximize the potential of students with learning differences and develop foundations for success.

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14D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 21, 2017

Northgate Honors 2017

Newnan Coweta Board of Realtors Scholarship: Recipient Eden Smith and presenter Connie Peacock

World Languages Scholarship: Recipient Sarah Guilot and presenter Sarah Ortega

Alpha Delta Kappa Ruth Witcher Scholarship for Future Educators: Recipient Esther Riordan and presenter Jane Duenckel

PAGE Dr. Alton Crews Future Georgia Educator Scholarship: Recipient Emily Teel and presenter BJ Jenkins

Newnan Shrine Club Scholarship: Recipient Brandon Dobson and presenter Scott Horne

DAR Award: Recipient Cameron Ramsay and presenter Kelly Schettini

ABOVE: Georgia Certificate of Merit Awards: front, Robyn Clarke; from left, second row, Sarah Griffie, Grace Busby, Ashley Stephens, Emily Hannan, Samantha Dixon and Zahraw Shah; third row, Natalie Caylor, Codie Mease, Sydney Tuttle, Sarah Hogg, Hannah Zeise and Sommer Vanden Heuvel; back, Roswell Sutherland, Nicholas Severino, Kyle McLaren, SeungMin Chae, Benjamin Crowe, Saleh Khalousi and Spencer Thomas; not pictured, Bailey Bullard, Lauren Howland and Arthi Shankar

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Sunday, May 21, 2017  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 15D

The Adventure Camp at Banning Mills is located in the nature conservation center of Historic Banning Mills, just outside Carrollton, Georgia. Set on over 300 acres along the Snake Creek Gorge, it is also home to the largest zipline canopy tour and tallest freestanding climbing wall in the world with two Guinness World records.

The Adventure Camp at Banning is the ideal place for your child to come and experience nature and historical walks, wall climbing, kayaking and paddle boarding, archery, canopy zipline tours and aerial adventure parks. And not only do we have some wild and fun adventures, our main focus is on a safer experience for all our participants. That is why we have, on our aerial-type adventures, the Quick Trekker closed-belay system. Once on the course, the participant can’t unhook. And our facilitators are also high-rescue, wilderness first aid and CPR trained. So sign up today for an adventure of a lifetime where each participant can develop life-long memories and a love for the outdoors, developing a positive self-image and ability to overcome obstacles in life.

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Activities To Do Archery, Fishing, Kayaking, Paddle Boards, Volleyball, Swimming, Aerial Adventure Park, Zipline Canopy Tours, Climbing Wall/Tower, Free Falls, Team Building, Putt Putt Golf, Scavenger Hunts, Nature & Historic Walks, River Trek, Kick Ball, and Special Nature Show.


16D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 21, 2017

Northgate Honors 2017

2017 Honor Graduates: From left, front, Elise Glorvigen, Abby Williams, Lauren Anders, Samantha Smith, Isabella Robles, Gracie Robbins, Breanna Horton, Esther Riordan, Jessica Duyck, Hannah Vance, Allison Schotthoefer, Morgan Carr, Miranda Bauer, Brandon Dobson and Lindsey Dull; second row, Tim Faver, Christian Knoblock, Cameron Ramsay and Jahee Anderson; third row, E’Mari Coggins, Caroline Nelson, Sarah Guilot, Emily Shaughnessy, Reagan Brinkley, Calib Upshaw, Leah Minich, Gabby Lotter, Eden Smith, Andrea Conteras-Esquen, Isamary Rodriguez, Samantha Roberts, Brenna Ford, Lindsey Hall, Emily Teel, Mary Garger and Ashleigh Hall; fourth row, Nicole Hagley, George Hardin, Karen Wessells, Jaelin Rainey, Layton Poitra, Kevin Steiper, Tanner Kelly, Jason Allwine, Chase Taylor, Emma Winter, Nikki Garn, Rebecca Waryold, Hannah Pryor, Brooke Walker, Lauren Campbell and Michael Francis; back, Joseph Reynolds, Justyce Clanton, Ian Binek, Ian Ferguson, Jacky Cheng, Bo Heatherman, Garett Klone, Caleb Peters, Ben Hardin, William Roden, Jackson Sims, Don Wade, Jonathan Griffie, Patrick Ragan and Jaden Hall. Not pictured are Samantha Anello, Stephen Ashton, Megan Bailey, Amber Banks, Haley Barnett, Rachel Bassett, Madeline Blackadar, Caitlin Book, Meghan Bouma, Kolby Bray, Kaleb Broussard, Tess Burgess, Jonathan Bushong, Caitlyn Cain, Graham Caldwell, Kylie Carnazzo, Christopher Chaffin, Emily Cheek, Alexandra Chenowith, Caroline Cook, Diego Couvillion, Joshua Crocker, Elizabeth Daniel, Joshua DeCaeny, Shannon Donegan, John Doody, Kylie Doster, Nathaniel Doyle, Sarah Edmonds, Gaylyn Farmer, Zackery Fincher, Melina Franco, Juliana Fugate, Samuel Gabbard, Erin Gardiner, Shadow Gooding, Kalea Graves, Logan Gray, Kayleigh Hamilton, William Henry, Christopher Hicks, Walter Hill, Leslie Holland, Turner Hughes, Jonathan Jensen, Robert Jensen, Leah Johnson, Lauren Kadlick, Jordan Kasulas, Savannah Kawahata, Caoilinn Kirberger, Hope Kjar, Lexis Langner, Edmund Leung, Austin Lovell, Katherine Lucas, Lauren Lugo, Mackenzie Mardis, Jessica Mason, Holden McCain, Elizabeth McClung, Jack McPherson, Jackson Moen, Thomas Morgenstern, Josie Myatt, Alexa Myzhevych, Sarah Neal, Bailey Oliveira, Bennett Ortega, Logan Ostrowski, Cameron Phillips, Brandon Proffitt, Ansley Queen, Francesca Radin, Noah Ratliff, Quentin Reeves, Austin Reid, Savannah Richardson, Taylor Robertson, Jessica Rodriguez, Samantha Sachs, Caroline Salha, Sheccid Saray, Justin Seitz, Andrew Shaak, Jaidyn Sinclair, Hannah Smith, Lily Smith, Adam Sprague, Nicole Steingraber, Kalei Stephens, Bailey Swindell, Jacob Taylor, Kia Thomas, Sebastian Torres-Ocasio, Brittini Tuckey, Gabriela Vazquez Lopez, Dylan Victer, Kaci Boyles, Carley Waddell, Kaitlan Wall, Jillian Watson, Caitlin Wheeler, Derek Whitmore, Kelsey Williston, Regan Wingo, Jordan Winkles, Rachel Yang, Taylor Young, Lauren Zasucha, Rachel Zasucha and Ashlyn Zeiler

National Honor Society Graduates: From left, front, Alexandrea Shepard, Elise Glorvigen, Samantha Smith, Lauren Anders, Gracie Robbins, Breanna Horton, Esther Riordan, Hannah Vance, Isabelle Robles, Brandon Dobson and Lindsey Dull; second row, E’Mari Coggins, Caroline Nelson, Sarah Guilot, Emily Shaughnessy, Reagan Brinkley, Leah Minich, Gabby Lotter, Eden Smith, Andrea ConterasEsquen, Hannah Pryor, Lindsey Hall, Emily Teel and Jaden Hall; third row, George Hardin, Jaelin Rainey, Layton Poitra, Tanner Kelly, Chase Taylor, Emma Winter, Nikki Garn, Rebecca Waryold, Brooke Walker, Lauren Campbell and Michael Francis; fourth row, Diego Couvillion, Ian Binek, Jacky Cheng, Bo Heatherman, Garett Klone, Caleb Peters, William Roden, Jackson Sims, Don Wade, Jonathan Griffie and Patrick Ragan. Not pictured are Amber Banks, Haley Barnett, Caitlyn Cain, Kylie Carnazzo, Alexandra Chenowith, Elizabeth Daniel, Sarah Edmonds, Gaylyn Farmer, Tim Faver, Juliana Fugate, Sam Gabbard, Hope Kjar, Lexi Langner, Lauren Lugo, Elizabeth McClung, Thomas Morgenstern, Ansley Queen, Taylor Robertson, Sheccid Saray, Justin Seitz, Jaidyn Sinclair, Nicole Steingraber and Taylor Young

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Sunday, May 21, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 17D

Northgate Honors 2017

Beta Graduates: From left, front, Alexandrea Shepard, Elise Glorvigen, Samantha Smith, Lauren Anders, Gracie Robbins, Breanna Horton, Esther Riordan, Hannah Vance, Isabelle Robles, Brandon Dobson and Lindsey Dull; second row, Caroline Nelson, Sarah Guilot, Emily Shaughnessy, Reagan Brinkley, Gabby Lotter, Eden Smith, Samantha Roberts, Hannah Pryor, Lindsey Hall, Emily Teel and Mary Garger; third row, E’Mari Coggins, George Hardin, Jaelin Rainey, Layton Poitra, Tanner Kelly, Chase Taylor, Emma Winter, Nikki Garn, Rebecca Waryold, Brooke Walker, Lauren Campbell and Jaden Hall; back, Alanna LeBlanc, Caleb Upshaw, Diego Couvillion, Ian Binek, Jacky Cheng, Bo Heatherman, Garett Klone, Caleb Peters, William Roden, Jackson Sims, Don Wade and Jonathan Griffie. Not pictured are Amber Banks, Haley Barnett, Madeline Blackadar, Caitlyn Cain, Kylie Carnazzo, Alexandra Chenowith, Caroline Cook, Mary Daniel, Jessica Duyck, Sarah Edmonds, Brenna Ford, Melina Franco, Juliana Fugate, Erin Gardiner, Kalea Graves, Kayleigh Hamilton, Brooke Holland, Leah Johnson, Lauren Kadlick, Savannah Kawahata, Hope Kjar, Lexis Langner, Lauren Lugo, McKenzie Mardis, Josie Myatt, Ansley Queen, Jessica Rodriguez, Ashley Sachs, Jaidyn Sinclair, Jillian Watson, Caitlin Wheeler, Taylor Young and Ashlyn Zeiler

2017 Gifted Graduates: From left, front, Caroline Nelson, Samantha Smith, Lauren Anders, Brannan Horton, Morgan Carr, Isabelle Robles, Brandon Dobson and Miranda Bauer; second row, E’Mari Coggins, Jason Allwine, Sarah Guilot, Reagan Brinkley, Eden Smith, Lindsey Dull and Lindsey Hall; third row, Christiann Knoblock, Ben Hardin, Karen Wessells, Jaelin Rainey, Tanner Kelly, Derek Whitmore, William Roden and Ashleigh Hall; back, Patrick Ragan, Diego Couvillion, Jacky Cheng, Bo Heatherman, Garett Klone, Nikki Garn, Jackson Sims, Don Wade, Jonathan Griffie and Ian Ferguson. Not pictured are Amber Banks, Haley Barnett, Madeline Blackadar, Caitlin Book, Meghan Bouma, Michael Burney, Caitlyn Cain, Graham Caldwell, Alexandra Chenowith, Caleb Cross, Sherman Dewey, Sarah Edmonds, Zackery Fincher, Juliana Fugate, Samuel Gabbard, Kalea Graves, Nicole Hagley, Ashley Hall, Turner Hughes, Leah Johnson, Jordan Kasulas, Savannah Kawahata, Caoilinn Kirberger, Travis Love, Thomas Morgenstern, Bailey Oliveira, Bennett, Ortega, Logan Ostrowski, Cameron Phillips, Cameron Ramsay, Connor Reid, Savannah Richardson, Jackson Ridgeway, Andrew Shaak, Jaidyn Sinclair, Hannah Smith, Taylor Smith, Adam Spague, Kalei Stephens, Kia Thomas, Zachary Thomas, Carley Waddell, Kaitlan Wall, Adia Watson, Jillian Watson and Abigail Williams

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18D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 21, 2017

Northgate Honors 2017

2017 STEM Graduates: From left, front, Andrea Conteras-Esquen, Reagan Brinkley, Breanna Horton and Brandon Dobson; second row, Layton Poitra, Chase Taylor, Eden Smith, Lindsey Dull and Jaden Hall; third row, Ian Binek, Karen Wessells, Tanner Kelly, Emma Winter, William Roden and Jackson Sims; back, Ben Hardin, Patrick Ragan, Jacky Cheng, Bo Heatherman, Garett Klone, Nikki Garn and Ian Ferguson. Not pictured are Madeline Blackadar, Meghan Bouma, Kaleb Broussard, Kylie Carnazzo, Gabriel Eltz, Thomas Morgenstern, Taylor Smith and Caitlin Wheeler

ABOVE: 2017 AP Scholars: From left, front, Lauren Anders, Breanna Horton and Brandon Dobson; second row, Andrea Contreras-Esquen, Chase Taylor, Layton Poitra, Patrick Ragan and Jackson Sims; third row, Karen Wessells, Tanner Kelly, Reagan Brinkley and William Roden; back, Ian Binek, Ben Hardin, Bo Heatherman, Garett Klone and Nikki Garn. Not pictured are Kolby Bray, Kylie Carnazzo, Jonathan Jensen, Thomas Morgenstern, Sarah Neal, Logan Ostrowski, Adam Sprague and Caitlyn Wheeler

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ABOVE: 2017 Outside Scholarship Awards; From left, front, Gracie Robbins, Emily Shaughnessy, Morgan Carr, Isabelle Robles and Ashleigh Hall; second row, Elise Glorvigen, Allison Schotthoefer, Eden Smith, Reagan Brinkley and Jackson Sims; third row, Caroline Nelson, Tanner Kelly and Alanna LeBlanc; back, Max Hardin, Ben Hardin and Caleb Peters

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Sunday, May 21, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 19D

Northgate Honors 2017

Northgate High School announces scholarship recipients Reagan Brinkley, Georgia Tech College of Sciences Early Research Award for $1,500. Michael Burney, Louisiana State University’s Tiger Excellence Scholars Award for $30,400 and Louisiana State University Tiger Nation Scholarship Award for $13,340 for a total of $43,740. Morgan Carr, Georgia Southern University Karl E. Peace Award for Excellence for $2,925 and a Georgia Southern University On-Campus Housing Award for $6,420 for a total of $9,345. A lexandra Chenow ith, LaGrange College Fellows Scholarship for $64,000. Elise Glorvigen, University of North Georgia Cross Country, Track and Field Scholarship for $16,000. A sh leig h H a l l, L aGra nge College Fellows Scholarship for $64,000. Ben Hardin, Auburn University Academic Heritage Scholarship for $52,000. Max Hardin, Yamaha Environmental Scholarship for $2,500. Tanner Kelly, Auburn University Academic Charter Scholarship for $32,000, Auburn University Faris Family A nnual Schola rsh ip for $2 , 5 0 0 a nd USAFROTC Scholarship for $64,000 for a total of $98,500. Alanna LeBlanc, LaGrange College Towers Academic Scholarship for $52,000. Gabriella Lotter, Piedmont College Presidential Scholarship for $60,000. Annah Maines, Georgia Utility Contractors A ssociation Scholarship for $1,000. Jack McPherson, Middle Tennessee State University USAF-

ROTC Scholarship for $58,000. Caroline Nelson, University of North Georgia Soccer Scholarship for $8,000. Caleb Peters, Texas State University Achievement Scholarship for $64,000 and Texas State University Musical Theatre Scholarship for $8,000 for a total of $72,000. Jackson Ridgeway, University of North Georgia ROTC Scholarship for $45,000. Isabelle Robles, Savannah College of Art and Design Francis Larkin McCommon Scholarship for $144,000. Gracie Robbins, Samford University Academic Scholarship for $41,200, Samford University Founders Scholarship for $10,000, Samford University Leadership Scholarship for $8,000 and Samford University Grant for $14,000 for a total of $73,200. Allison Schotthoefer, Jacksonville State University Academic Scholarship for $40,000. Emily Shaughnessy, Georgia Southwestern University Wheatley Academic Scholarship for $8,000 and Georgia Southwestern University Leadership Award for $2,000 for a total of $10,000. Jackson Sims, Georgia Tech School of Materials Science and Engineering Scholarship for $12,000. Cassidy Thompson, Hawaii Pacific University Acrobatics and Tumbling Scholarship for $48,800 and Hawaii Pacific University Kuleana Scholarship for $24,000 for a total of $72,800. Abigail Williams, Mercer University Merit Scholarship for $72,000.

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Many prospective college students are questioning if a college degree is worth taking on debt.

Creative ways to cut college costs The cost of college tuition continues to increase, and college graduates are feeling the burn of that trend when the time comes to begin repaying their student loans. According to an analysis from higher education expert Mark Kantrowitz, publisher of Cappex, an online resource for students seeking college scholarships, members of the class of 2016 will graduate with an average student loan debt of just over $37,000. That projection, which was based on federal student loan data and variables including tuition inflation, would be an all-time high. Things are not much better in Canada, where the 2015 Graduating Student Survey by the Canadian University Survey Consortium estimated the average member of the class of 2015 graduated with $27,000 in debt. Though many prospective college students are beginning to question if college degrees are worth taking on the kind of debt many students must take on to continue their educations after high school, statistics still indicate that college graduates have far greater lifetime earning potential than men and women who enter the professional arena with only high school diplomas. So what can prospective college students do to avoid graduating without tens of thousands of dollars in debt? The answer might not be so difficult. · Apply to tuition-free schools. Many students and parents might be surprised to learn that there are several tuition-free schools. Admittance to these schools is competitive, but students considering equally competitive, high-tuition alternatives might make strong candidates for admission to tuition-free schools. · Apply to fixed-tuition schools. If tuition-

free schools are not an option, students can save money by applying for admittance to fixed-tuition schools. Such schools guarantee that the tuition students pay in their freshman year will not increase during the ensuing three years. (Note: Tuition may increase if a student needs a fifth year of schooling.) That can lead to considerable savings, as many schools’ tuitions increase dramatically in just four years. · Begin at a two-year college. Two-year colleges typically charge considerably lower tuitions than four-year colleges and universities. Students who want to save money may benefit by enrolling in a two-year college out of high school and getting all of their prerequisite courses out of the way at a more budget-friendly cost. When considering this option, make sure credits at the two-year college fully transfer to the four-year school students hope to enroll in after earning their associate’s degrees. · Remain in-state for undergraduate degrees. In-state tuition at public universities remains a considerable bargain over out-of-state tuition or tuition at private universities. Students planning to do postgraduate work might benefit by enrolling in in-state public universities and saving their money to finance their postgraduate educations. Students who hope to attend a public university in a state that borders their home state may be eligible for a border waiver, which grants them in-state tuition even though they attended high school outside of the state. Attending college has never been more expensive, but students and their parents can explore various options that can help reduce the cost of college tuition.

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20D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 21, 2017

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