Annual Rotary "Wins With Pins" Bowling Fundraiser Jerome Savoroski 2019-03-17 04:00:00Z 0
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The Rotary Clubs of Cranberry Township Noon and Cranberry Township Sunrise joined forces to help local children in the Seneca Valley School District.   Operation Warm started in 1998 with the mission of providing warmth, confidence and hope to children in need across North America through the gift of brand new coats.  Locally, the Clubs transformed a total donation of $700 into 36 new coats for kids in need.  Photo:  Elayne Wilhelm, President of the Sunrise Club (left), and Curt Whipple, President of the Noon Club (right), providing the coats to the Seneca Valley School District.
Rotary Clubs Team Up for Operation Warm Jerome Savoroski 2019-02-20 05:00:00Z 0
PRESS RELEASE - New Club Officers for 2019-2020 Jerome Savoroski 2019-02-18 05:00:00Z 0
Cranberry Rotary to host 2nd Annual Night at the RacesContact Ken Sinagra at Kenneth.Sinagra@nm.com Jerome Savoroski 2019-01-23 05:00:00Z 0
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During the weekend of July 12-14, Cranberry Township hosted it's Annual Community Days.  The Cranberry Noon Rotary Club was very busy volunteering that weekend!  On Friday night, the Club volunteered to help park cars and collect donations from each vehicle.   In total, over $3,000 was collected - all of which was donated to the 2018 Township Project of the Year.   
On Saturday, the Club held it's Annual Ball Drop Fundraiser.  This is a fun raffle that awards cash prizes to the golf balls that land closest (and farthest) from the pin.  All of the Fundraisers proceeds are donated to the Cranberry Township Fire Department, the YMCA Strong Kids Campaign, and the local food bank.
Rotary was busy for Cranberry Community Days Jerome Savoroski 2018-07-26 04:00:00Z 0
Cranberry Rotary to host 20th Annual Golf Fundraiser Jerome Savoroski 2018-07-26 04:00:00Z 0
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Many thanks to the Cranberry Rotarians who read to students at Haine Elementary School today - we had a blast! A special shout out to Ashley Porter (pictured far left), Haine Elementary Assistant Principal, for setting up the day for us. #KidsRock #Rotary
Rotary reads at Haine Elementary Jerome Savoroski 2018-05-03 04:00:00Z 0
Enjoy this 2 minute video about our Rotary Club! Jerome Savoroski 2018-04-30 04:00:00Z 0
 
Shavonne Ayers, left, president of the Cranberry Rotary Noon Club, and Jerry Savoroski, right, past Rotary president and coordinator of the Kettle Campaign for the club, present a check for $1,500 to Salvation Army Lt. Fabi Soto. Cranberry Rotary members rang the Salvation Army bell for several hours over three days late last year to raise money and assist with the Salvation Army’s Annual Red Kettle Campaign.
Rotary donates to the Salvation Army Jerome Savoroski 2018-03-30 04:00:00Z 0
Rotary Wins With Pins Bowling Fundraiser to be held on March 18, 2018 Jerome Savoroski 2018-02-07 05:00:00Z 0
Cranberry Rotary to host 1st Annual Night at the RacesContact Ken Sinagra at Kenneth.Sinagra@nm.com Jerome Savoroski 2018-01-05 05:00:00Z 0
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CRANBERRY TWP — Although they served in different conflicts across many decades, the veterans in the Cranberry Noon Rotary club are united in service to their country and now in service to their community.

Seven Rotarians and one guest shared their military experiences and received a gift Tuesday from the club in recognition of Veterans Day.

“Whether they fought during peace time or endured the brutality of the front lines, they deserve our recognition,” said Shavonne Ayres, Rotary president.

Rotarians Hank Anna, Stan Budney, Dave Elliott, Ed Hanke, Bill Hewko, Ken Hricz and Chris Hudac and guest Dan Davis were recognized by the club during its weekly meeting at the Rose E. Schneider Family YMCA.

Their time-served ranged from the Korean War up to the Iraq War.

Budney said he joined the service when he was 17 years old.

Cranberry Noon Rotary honors U.S. veterans By Rachel Wagoner Eagle Staff Writer 2017-11-15 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Linda Andreassi on Nov 07, 2017
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Cranberry Township Noon Rotarian Bill Hewko, left, is presented with the 2016-17 Platinum Club of the Year Award by Judith Hughes, district governor of Rotary 7280. Mr. Hewko served as the Cranberry Rotary Noon Club president for 2016-17 and accepted the award during the Rotary One Summit held in Franklin, Pa. on Nov. 4. Rotary District 7280 is made up of 40 clubs – and approximately 1,000 members - in Western Pennsylvania. Rotary club membership represents a cross-section of the community's business and professional men and women. The world's Rotary clubs meet weekly and are nonpolitical, nonreligious, and open to all cultures, races, and creeds.

The main objective of Rotary is service — in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world. Rotarians develop community service projects that address many of today's most critical issues, such as children at risk, poverty and hunger, the environment, illiteracy, and violence. They also support programs for youth, educational opportunities and international exchanges for students, teachers, and other professionals, and vocational and career development. The Rotary motto is Service Above Self.

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BUTLER, PA –The Cranberry Afternoon Rotary donated $500 in September to support Lifesteps’ Child Check program, a FREE program for families throughout several local counties. 
 
Lifesteps’ Child Check program provides free developmental screenings for children birth to age 5 and Autism screenings for children beginning at 18-months. Developmental Specialists use nationally designed tools to examine keys areas in a child’s development such as playing, talking, seeing, hearing, moving, thinking, and social skills. These screenings provide families with the ability to secure necessary resources if developmental delays are detected.
 
CRANBERRY NOON ROTARY SUPPORTS LIFESTEPS FREE DEVELOPMENTAL SCREENING PROGRAM  Linda Andreassi 2017-09-17 04:00:00Z 0
Cranberry Township Noon Rotary Club celebrates  The Rotary Foundation centennial  Linda Andreassi 2017-04-07 04:00:00Z 0
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Congratulations to our very own Henry (Hank) Anna!
On Tuesday, Nov. 1, Mr. Anna was recognized by District Governor Tom Chelgren, Assistant District Governor Beth Marshall and District Foundation Chairwoman Patty Meehan as a Level 2 Major Donor for the Rotary Foundation. This elite award is only given to those Rotarians who have given between $25,0000-$50,000 of their own money to help further the causes of Rotary International and the Rotary Foundation, which include the eradication of Polio.
Mr. Anna, a retired professor from Slippery Rock University, is a long-time member of Rotary and is former District Governor for Rotary District 7280. He is currently a member of the Cranberry Township Rotary Noon Club.

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Cranberry Rotary Golf Fundraiser Monday August 22, 2016 Jerome Savoroski 2016-08-05 04:00:00Z 0
Seneca Valley students, business leaders and community members were recognized on May 31, 2016, at the 2016 George Henderson "Service Above Self" Awards Dinner as hosted by the Cranberry Township Noon Rotary Club at The Camelot Banquet Hall in Warrendale.
Cranberry Township Environmental Programs Coordinator Lorin Meeder was named Public Servant of the Year; Armstrong was named Business of the Year; Seneca Valley Middle School Counselor Robert Magerko was honored as Educator of the Year; Cranberry Artists Network President and Haine Middle School Empty Bowls Coordinator Noele Reynolds was honored as Community Servant of the Year; and Seneca Valley Senior Megan Piotrowski was named Student of the Year.
Miss Piotrowski was also recognized, along with fellow Seneca Valley seniors Ben Bachik, Carinne Geil, Abigail Von Wormer, Emma Sledge, Meghan Dillon, Lauren Agnello and Sarah Johanknecht, as 2016 Rotary Scholarship winners.
The 2016 Cranberry Township Rotarian of the Year Award was presented to Shavonne Ayres by Jerry Savoroski, Rotary’s Past President and the most recent winner of the Rotarian of the year award. Additional recognition was given to Ms. Ayres and Bill Hewko, for being named Paul Harris Fellows; and to John Marshall for being recognized as a member of the Paul Harris Fellow Society.
Cranberry Rotary hosts annual ‘Service Above Self’ banquet Jerome Savoroski 2016-06-15 04:00:00Z 0
Cranberry Rotary to sponsor 1st Annual Suicide Prevention Awareness Walk Jerome Savoroski 2016-04-22 04:00:00Z 0
On Saturday April 9, 2016, the Cranberry Township (Noon) Rotary will be hosting it's 1st Annual Ball Drop.   This exciting idea is a ticket raffle and every sold ticket will have a corresponding number.  Your number will be written on a golf ball and up to 1,000 golf balls will be dropped from a Cranberry Township Fire Truck Extension Ladder onto the lawn of the Rose E Schneider YMCA.   Prizes will be given to the owners with golf balls closest to the target, and farthest away!
 
Each Ticket is $10 and you can purchase as many as you like. Here is a link to purchase a ticket https://www.paypal.me/CranberryRotary. All you have to do is send $10 to our Cranberry Rotary PayPal account and put a note in there that it is for the ball drop and your Name and contact information and we will send out a ticket that shows which ball number you are. If you would like to purchase a ticket with cash, each member also has tickets they can sell – see email links in the Officers section of our site at right.
 
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On Sunday, March 13, 2016, the Cranberry Rotary hosted it's Annual Rotary Wins With Pins Bowling Fundraiser.   It was an amazing night of fellowship shared by over 150 bowlers and numerous Rotary volunteers.   Below are some photos from the successful event.
 
Cranberry Rotary Celebrates a Successful Bowling Event Jerome Savoroski 2016-03-16 04:00:00Z 0
Cranberry Rotary Wins With Pins Bowling Fundrasier 2016-02-01 05:00:00Z 0
On July 11, 2015, the Cranberry Rotary held it's Annual Pulled Pork BBQ Fundraiser at the Cranberry Community Days.   The rain clouds parted for a sunshine-filled day and a great time was had by all.  Over half of our Club Members volunteered their time to cook and serve a delicious meal to Community Day attendees and volunteers.   Below is a photo of our Booth located next to one of our past projects, the Rotary Amphitheatre. 
 
Rotary Holds Fundraiser at Cranberry Community Days Jerome Savoroski 2015-07-20 04:00:00Z 0
This month, the Rotary District 7280 held it's Annual District Conference at Peak n' Peek Resort and Spa.   The event was held over a few days, and included many activities and guest speakers.   Also, an Awards Banquet was held over the weekend, and Clubs received awards for recognition of each Avenue of Service.   The Cranberry Rotary was honored to achieve all 6 awards for each Avenue of Service: Public Relations, Vocational, Community, International, Membership, and New Generation.   Great job!  The Cranberry Rotary accepted another Award for Annual Fund Giving and Membership Increase.   Lastly, the Club was honored with a prestigious Award for Membership Growth (percentage %) for the highest percentage increase of membership growth in the entire District (see photo).  Congratulations to our Club and all Rotarians whose hard work allowed us to have a successful year!
Cranberry Rotary Wins Awards at Rotary District Conference Jerome Savoroski 2015-07-20 04:00:00Z 0
Cranberry Rotary Golf Fundraiser - Monday August 24, 2015 2015-07-01 04:00:00Z 0
– Seneca Valley students, Cranberry Township Rotarians and several community members were recognized on May 26, 2015, at the 2015 George Henderson "Service Above Self" Awards Dinner as hosted by the Cranberry Township Noon Rotary Club at The Camelot Banquet Hall.
Cranberry Township Police Sergeant Bill Ahlgren was named Public Servant of the Year; Jim Logan, owner of Battery Giant and Cranberry Sunrise Rotarian, was named Business Leader of the Year; Rozann Lamberto, Haine Elementary school counselor, was honored as Educator of the Year; Amy Roy, Cranberry Township resident and co-founder of Neighbors for Neighbors, was honored as Community Servant of the Year; and Patrick O’Shea, Seneca Valley senior, was named Student of the Year.
Mr. O’Shea was also recognized along with fellow Seneca Valley seniors Bailyn Bench, Jordan Harris, Rachel Kirsch, Jennifer Lynskey, Tanner Quiggle and Abigail Sledge as 2015 Rotary Scholarship winners.
Cranberry Rotary President John Marshall and Dave Elliott, past president and member, both were named Paul Harris Fellows for substantial financial contributions to Rotary International and its many causes.
 
Photo 1 below, L-R: Patrick O’Shea, Rozann Lamberto, Bill Ahlgren, Jim Logan and Amy Roy.
 
Photo 2 below, L-R: Abigail Sledge, Patrick O’Shea, Tanner Quiggle, Bailyn Bench, Rachel Kirsch, Jordan Harris and Jennifer Lynskey.
Cranberry Rotary Presents Scholarship, 'Service Above Self' Awards Jerome Savoroski 2015-05-28 04:00:00Z 0
On Friday March 6, 2014, the Cranberry Rotary Club donated their time for National Reading Month.  Annually in March, National Reading Month is celebrated by the Club at the local Rowan Elementary School.   Rotarians are scheduled to arrive that morning and choose the book of their choice from the school's selection.  The children are asked to visit the office and escort the Rotarian reader to their classroom, as well as place their seat at the front of the class.   Students then gather around and await the reader to introduce themselves and start reading.   Each Rotarian read to 2-3 classrooms that morning.  Below are a few pictures from this gratifying experience.
Rotary Participates in National Reading Month Jerome Savoroski 2015-03-06 00:00:00Z 0
As our Club has for many years, we again aided the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.  On December 15, 17, and 20, 2014, Club members volunteered to ring the bells outside of the WalMart in Cranberry.  Annually, we brace the cold and help to raise money for a worthy cause.  Below are photos of Rotarians hard at work, as well as the donation presentation to the Salvation Army's Major Lyle in the amount of $1,500.
Salvation Army is lent a hand from the Cranberry Rotary Jerome Savoroski 2014-12-20 00:00:00Z 0
Being a part of Rotary is more than just donating your time.   It's about becoming a family together, and having fun too.   The Club had a lot of fun on December 19, 2014, when we celebrated the Holidays with our Annual Holiday Party.   Rotarians and their spouses/guests enjoyed delicious food from John Marshall Catering, a wine bottle raffle with proceeds donated to VOICe, and our famous Yankee Swap gift game.  Even Santa Claus found some time to visit us!  It was a blast, as always, and below are some pics.
Cranberry Rotary enjoys fellowship during Holiday Party Jerome Savoroski 2014-12-19 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jerome Savoroski on Nov 25, 2014
On Wednesday, November 26, 2014, the Cranberry Rotary continued it's commitment to offering a hot meal to the needy at St. Killians Church in Mars.  St. Killians serves parishioners from Mars and Cranberry and asked the help of the Cranberry Rotary to serve 1 free meal to all.  Our Thanksgiving meal included turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, yams, green beans, cranberry sauce, gravy, salad, rolls, desert, and beverage.  Boy was it delicious!  Many thanks to the Rotary volunteers and John Marshall Catering!
St. Killians Receives Thanksgiving Meal Jerome Savoroski 2014-11-26 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jerome Savoroski on Nov 17, 2014
On Tuesday November 18, 2014, the Cranberry Rotary Club was visited by Rogna Jurecko, Outreach and Education Coordinator and Child Grief Specialist at the Highmark Caring Place.  It is a center that specializes in grieving children, adolescents, and their families.  In an effort to help spread HOPE around the world, each of us held a picture of HOPE for our group photo.
Cranberry Rotary is Holding Out For HOPE Jerome Savoroski 2014-11-18 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jerome Savoroski on Sep 15, 2014
Today the Cranberry Township Rotary Club hosted it's Annual Senior Luncheon.  This gathering invites all Cranberry Seniors to lunch as a Thank You for years of commitment to our Community.  The Club supplies a meal, an accordion player, and a speaker.  Our speaker was Duane McKee, Assistant Manager of Operations for Cranberry Township.  Duane updated all of us on new developments happening in the area.  It was a chilly day at the JayCee Shelter but a great time was had by all.
Cranberry Rotary Holds Senior Luncheon Jerome Savoroski 2014-09-16 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jerome Savoroski on Aug 24, 2014
On Monday August 25, the Club hosted it's 16th Annual Golf Outing.  The event is an all day affair, including lunch, golf, dinner, prizes, and a guest speaker.  This year, our guest speaker was Coach Jamie Dixon, Coach of the University of Pittsburgh Men's Basketball team, and a Cranberry Township resident.  Thanks to our Club's hard work, and Coach's appearance, we achieved record attendance and funds raised.  Our entire Club was invigorated with energy to help the Community and give more than ever to people in need.
Cranberry Rotary Holds 16th Annual Golf Fundraiser at Olde Stonewall Golf Club Jerome Savoroski 2014-08-25 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jerome Savoroski on Aug 13, 2014
The Cranberry Township Rotary Club celebrated a "Rotary Day" during the last concert of the Cranberry Township's Concerts In The Park series.  Annually, the Cranberry Rotary Club operates a concession stand during the Township's 7 concert series, held at the Rotary Amphitheater in the Park.  During the last concert, we declared that evening our "Rotary Day" and invited our entire Club and families to join and enjoy some fellowship.  We have a great group and have much fun together.  Below is a photo of our group, including special guest, District Governor Bakalli.
Rotary Celebrates "Rotary Day" During Concert Jerome Savoroski 2014-08-14 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jerome Savoroski on Jul 14, 2014
Our Club was honored to host District Governor Ruzhdi Bakalli and his wife Afijete to our meeting on July 15.  Annually, the Rotary District Govenor will visit each Club to discuss goals for the year and give us a presentation regarding Rotary International.  He is a native of Gjakova, Republic of Kosova, and shared many expereinced from his travels across the world.  He advised us to take Rotary seriously and to brag about our accomplishments to get people ecited about Rotary and increase membership.  He ended with "Light up, and become a family."  The photo includes Club President John Marshall and DG Bakalli. 
District Governor Bakalli visits our Club Jerome Savoroski 2014-07-15 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jerome Savoroski on Jul 11, 2014
The Cranberry Township Rotary Club held it's 1st Annual Pulled Pork Barbeque Fundraiser at the 2014 Cranberry Township Community Days.  Nearly every member the Club had a hand in this successful project.  The weather was beautiful on Saturday July 12 as the Club served pulled pork sandwiches, home-made chips, coleslaw, drinks, and other items.  Thanks to John Marshall Catering for helping our event be success and a lot of fun!
Rotary Holds Fundraiser During Cranberry Community Days Jerome Savoroski 2014-07-12 00:00:00Z 0
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Annually, the Cranberry Township Rotary Club spends time at the Rotary Gardens.  The Gardens are located in Cranberry Township, on the corner of Route 19 and Dutilh Road (near Jerry's Car Wash).  This is a service project in which the Rotary Club invests time and money to keep Cranberry Township beautiful.  There is an initial meeting to clean up the Gardens, then another to plant flowers and shrubs.  Throughout the summer, the Club members are paired and weekly share the duties of weeding the Gardens to keep it looking great all summer.  Below are some photos from our clean up.
Rotarians prepare the Rotary Gardens for a new year Jerome Savoroski 2014-06-08 00:00:00Z 0
Cranberry Rotary 16th Annual Golf Fundrasier 2014-05-29 00:00:00Z 0
Area students, fellow Rotarians and community members were recognized on May 27, 2014, at the 2014 George Henderson "Service Above Self" Awards Dinner as hosted by the Cranberry Township Noon Rotary Club at The Camelot Banquet Hall.
 
Cranberry Township Fire Chief Brian Kovac was named Public Servant of the Year; Vic Conrad, founder/owner of Pinnacle Financial Strategies and Cranberry Sunrise Rotarian, was named Business Leader of the Year; Curt Johns, Seneca Valley Middle School Dean of Students, was honored as Educator of the Year; Elexa White, Seneca Valley seventh grader, was honored as Community Servant of the Year; and Cassandra Bachik, Seneca Valley senior, was named Student of the Year.
Miss Bachik was also recognized along with fellow Seneca Valley seniors Jenna Stengel and Ben McConahy as 2014 Rotary Scholarship winners (Photos below).
 
The 2014 Rotarian of the Year Award was presented to Jerome Savoroski by Denny Mason, the first Rotarian to receive the award when presented back in the early 1990s. Both gentlemen are former past presidents of the club.
 
Congratulations to all of these outstanding individuals!
 
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Posted by Jerome Savoroski on Apr 28, 2014
On April 29, 2014, the Cranberry Township Rotary Club took a behind-the-scenes tour of the new Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School.  The school is relocating from Pittsburgh to Cranberry Township and has the capacity to hold 1,000 total students.  Below, photographed is Mike Arnold, Chief Facilities Officer of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, talking to the Club in the school's new cafeteria.
Rotary Tours New Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School Jerome Savoroski 2014-04-29 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jerome Savoroski
On Saturday, April 26, 2014, the Rotary Club of Cranberry Township (Noon) sponsored the Healthy Kids Day at the Rose E Schneider YMCA in Cranberry Township.  Annually, the Club sponsors this event which promotes kids to be active and learn new activities.  The event is open from 11am - 2pm and is free to all.  Nearly half of of our Club members volunteered to help at the event.  Below are some photos from the day!
Rotary Sponsors and Volunteers for Healthy Kids Day Jerome Savoroski 2014-04-26 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jerome Savoroski
Congratulations to Ashley Bruce for her induction as a Cranberry Township Rotary member!  Ashley is currently the Club's 24th member, and has a Classification in Banking.  Our Club is excited to have Ashley as a member, and she has already proved herself by volunteering for fundraisers and Club committees.  Welcome Ashley!
Bruce inducted as Rotarian Jerome Savoroski 2014-04-15 00:00:00Z 0
On Monday, March 31, 2014, the Rotary Club of Cranberry Township spent the day cheering on the Pittsburgh Pirates on Opening Day!  Many members attended, along with the families and friends, to celebrate a new season for our beloved Pirates.  As always, John Marshall of John Marshall Catering (current member and Club Vice President) prepared a tailgate feast for the ages!
Fellowship at the Pittsburgh Pirates Home Opener Jerome Savoroski 2014-03-31 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jerome Savoroski on Dec 06, 2013

~~Rotary club members are business and professional leaders who volunteer in their communities and promote world understanding and peace. Rotary's 31,000 clubs in more than 165 countries and regions encourage high ethical standards and carry out humanitarians projects to address such issues as poverty, health, hunger, education, and the environment. The Cranberry Rotary Noon Club is the original rotary club of Cranberry Township and was founded in 1971. We’re proud of the work we do to help make Cranberry Township one of the most coveted places to live.

In addition to the Cranberry Rotary Amphitheater in Cranberry Park, our club is also responsible for Cranberry Park’s Dog Park, Dutilh Road/Rt. 19 Cranberry Rotary Gardens, Rt. 19 Highway Clean up, Cranberry Place Bingo, and Seneca Valley School District student scholarships and leadership opportunities. We are also founding members of the Seneca Valley Foundation and donated to the electronic sign development on Rt. 19. We hold two fundraisers during the year, including a late summer golf outing and a March bowling event. We’re a fun group who likes to meet at noon (over a wonderfully catered lunch by John Marshall Catering) every Tuesday at the Rose E. Schneider YMCA in Cranberry Township. You can stop by any time to see what we do and enjoy some great fellowship. We’ll look forward to meeting you!

 
About the Cranberry Township (Noon) Club Jerome Savoroski 2013-12-07 00:00:00Z 0
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