Wednesday, August 26, 2015

August 26th,2015 Press Release!

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                                                                                                                Kim Mullan Photo                                     

Greetings!

The Thule cargo boxes are bursting with summer clothes and toys, and the SUVs are on the move. Summer is drawing to a close in Chester.

We have, sadly, evolved from Danny Blaine's simple exit ritual: hang up the Nantucket Reds, 2 Land's End shirts, 1 whale belt, and you're good to go for next summer.

We are always sad to see our summer friends leave but look forward to their return.
 
                                                                                                                                                  

This Week in Chester

Today, Wednesday, remember to get over to the South Shore Mobile Library. Your tax dollars are paying for this so you might as well use it. The librarians are delightful and you can reserve books online, borrow videos,take out magazines...there is something for everyone at the Chester Legion parking lot every Wednesday from 1- 4:30 pm.

This evening the croquet action starts at 5:45 pm at Lordly Park - weather dependent. Bring your mallet and wear whites.

Tonight at 8 pm "The Highest Tides" continues to entertain audiences at the Chester Playhouse.
This is a musical revue of a number of Allen Cole's most well known pieces produced for theatre. Covering a full breadth of his works, the audience will find themselves traveling through a variety of settings and eras- from the 17th century France of Mimi: A Poisoner's Comedy to The Bricklin's edition of New Brunswick in the 1970s and many more, you'll feel like you've taken an entire trip without having to leave your seat. Viewers will also become immersed in tales from familiar settings, including the expulsion of the Acadian peoples in Pelagie and a revisitation of the beloved Chester-oriented Rockbound to take it all home. The show runs until Saturday evening with a matinee performance at 2 pm Saturday.

A shout out to The Stretch Diner for their community mindedness in promoting village events on their sign board and on Facebook.

Tomorrow, Thursday, from 3-7pm there is a "Moving House Sale" at 60 King Street (opposite Chester Dental Clinic.) All sorts of things from $2 to $ 200 to $650,000 if you'd like the house as well. China, linens, beds, sofas, garden ornaments and more. Sorry no delivery of bigger items. Cash or personal cheques only please.

Friday the Farmers in the Dell are back at the old Train Station from 10am - 2pm. It's TOMATO season ! Yeah ! Oh and there's other stuff too liked jewelry,soaps, turned wood products, baked goods and so much more.

This Friday (10am-noon) and Saturday (3-5pm) the Chester Municipal Heritage Society is offering free video editing workshops. To participate you must promise to record an oral history for their archives of someone in the community. For details or to sign up: dawnhj@gmail.com

Sunday evening is the final performance of the musical series at the Chester Bandstand. The Chester Brass is back to bring the season to a close with all your old favourites and some new ones. The baton rises at 7 pm so be prompt.

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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

August 19th, 2015 Press Release!

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Greetings!

"The outpouring of support and love we have felt from this community following the death of our brilliant mum, Nicki Butler, has bowled us over. This reached an unbelievable high point last Thursday evening at The Captain's House when a small army of mum's family, friends and fellow merchants worked tirelessly to ensure that the Celebration of Nicki's Life was just the type of occasion befitting such a wonderful hostess. Thank you so much, we are eternally grateful."

Charlotte, Guy, James and Stephen

Another Chester Race Week is behind us. I saw a racer - they have that look that screams "I'm way cooler than you" - at the bank on day 2 clutching a red bull in a vice like grip as if it were a life line. I witnessed this after one of my guests imparted some sage advice to the crew over breakfast. "Chester Race Week is a marathon not a sprint - pace yourselves."
I think the guy at the bank missed that one.
                                                                                                                                                 

This Week in Chester

Heads up - tonight, Wednesday, you can have your say in the growth and development of Chester. Come and give your 2 ¢ regarding architectural heritage and public space design.
They will be discussing village character, heritage, architecture, design and public spaces.
There is an open house this afternoon from 2-4 pm and a public meeting from 7-9 pm tonight. If you do not attend this meeting tonight you are SO not allowed to bitch about it in the future.

Croquet is on tonight at 6 pm at Lordly Park weather permitting. Wear your whites.

"The Highest Tides" will be making its debut at the Chester Playhouse tonight at 8pm until next Saturday with two matinee performances this and next Saturday at 2 pm.
"The Highest Tides" is a musical revue of a number of Allen Cole's most well known pieces produced for theatre. Covering a full breadth of his works, the audience will find themselves traveling through a variety of settings and eras- from the 17th century France of Mimi: A Poisoner's Comedy to The Bricklin's edition of New Brunswick in the 1970s and many more, you'll feel like you've taken an entire trip without having to leave your seat. Viewers will also become immersed in tales from familiar settings, including the expulsion of the Acadian peoples in Pelagie and a revisitation of the beloved Chester-oriented Rockbound to take it all home.

This month John Cowans is selling fall garden bulbs to benefit the Food bank here in Chester. This is through a partnership with Vesey's in PEI who offer 50% of sales returned to our Food bank with no tax or shipping costs. Last August they netted $1300. Anyone interested should contact cowansjm@gmail.com for flyers and order forms.

The Farmers are back at the old Train Station Market this Friday from 10 am -2 pm. Get there early or you will miss out on the sourdough bread like I always do.

Chester's Annual House and Harbour Tour is happening this Saturday from 10 - 4 pm rain or shine.Seven houses have been selected for your snooping pleasure and also a boat ride to view the homes from the water. You may purchase your tickets at the Chester Train Station from 9:30 am onwards. $30.00 per person and proceeds go to the Chester Heritage Society.They need it to pay for the lovely new paint job at the train station. 902 275-3842 / 902 275-3826 for further info.

The third annual Chester Croquet Tournament will take place this Sunday (rain date August 30th) in Lordly Park. Start time is staggered from 9 am till noon. What about church?
Teams of 2, croquet whites, picnic at the end of the day where everyone contributes something savory and brings their own beverages.
You may register by tomorrow at  juderobertsonphoto@gmail.com /  text 902 225-0949

Urban folk soul artist Jen Chapin will be playing with her band, The Jen Chapin Trio, at the Chester Playhouse this Sunday at 8 pm.
Chapin's music is hailed as being jazzy, yet layered. She takes from the mundane drudgery we know as everyday life and shapes it into something profound.
Bassist Stephan Crump and guitarist Jamie Fox, both of whom have extensive music careers will be joining Jen onstage.

This Sunday the Tuesday Night Show Band takes the stage at the Chester Bandstand with some pop and swing. This band is fantastic ! Get there early to assure yourself a patch of grass.

Next Tuesday the Picnic in the Park series wraps up it's summer season with the Parsons Brothers, sponsored by those nice lawyers on Pleasant Street ...Wells, Lamey, Mailman & Bryson. Meals for Musicians generously provided by the Stretch Diner. Free admission, donations for the band gratefully accepted.

Next Thursday the Chester Art Centre presents a workshop in Painting on Silk with artist Holly Carr. She supplies everything you need for this workshop -  all you need is ideas and enthusiasm. No experience necessary and everyone goes home with a masterpiece. To register call the Centre at 902 275-5789
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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

August 12th, 2015 Press Release

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Greetings!

A cloak of darkness has fallen over our Village.

News of Nicki Butler's passing was shared amongst the villagers in quiet reverence amidst oceans of tears. Nicki was truly the glue of our community.

Need a tray of food for a fundraiser? Nicki would provide it without hesitation. Extra guest? No  problem. Arrive for a meal when she wasn't open? She would welcome you through the back kitchen door.


                                                                                               

She would open every February 14th for one night only. Why? Because she loved her guests and wanted them to have a special place to take their loved one.

No resto person in their right mind would EVER open for one night in the middle of winter.

"I'd call ahead with my usual order... Filet mignon (blue) with a side of peppercorn sauce and a Caesar salad. Nicki would greet me with a warm smile (amazing cleavage) and my dinner... complete with silver cloche, linen napkins and beautiful old cutlery.
I'd toddle back up the hill, like I was a somebody. Thank you Nicki, for always making me feel like I deserved more from life, than a styrofoam container and plastic cutlery."
Cindy Schultz /AKA Halifax Broad.

"Nicki has been such a huge part of our lives for so many years. She has been our friend,our mother, our confidante. She has nurtured us and left us as better people and for that we are grateful."
Laura Mulrooney/Julien's Bakery

 
Nicki wishes that you continue to frequent her restaurant manned by her wonderful staff.
Nicki's Inn is open Thursday - Sunday evenings with her famous carvery every Sunday.


Please join us in raising a glass to "our mum" tomorrow, Thursday, at 7 pm at her old home, the Captain's House.


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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

August 5th, 2015 Press Release!

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Greetings!

Dolly (AKA "the other one) has a feline that has gone walkabout. Should you see this lovable creature, please ring 902 275-4638. As with most cats, he doesn't answer to his name but it's "Bam Bam."

                                                                                                                                                 
This Week in Chester

Today, Wednesday, the Chester Croquet League (CCL) will be playing their inaugural game at 6 pm assuming the weather gods comply. The organizers have laid out two regulation courses on the Lordly Park grounds. Whites, if possible, but not mandatory. Skill level not required - gin is. They have 3 croquet sets and would like to have more. Spectators are welcome. For further info contact Pam at pkeating05@hotmail.com.

Today and tomorrow the annual Opti Jam will be held at the Chester Yacht Club. Come down to the waterfront and watch these little "cute as a bug's ear" boats race around the harbour. Bring a picnic and make a day of it.

Tomas Kubinek is back in town and will be on stage at the Chester Playhouse
tonight until Saturday at 8 pm, with an afternoon matinee performance Saturday at 2 pm.
Tomas describes himself as a "fool, clown, visual poet, solo performance artist, multi-talented vaudevillian, comic genius and charming huckster", although the unpredictable, zany nature of his performance leaves the audience guessing as to what he's going to do next.
If you see only 1 show at the Playhouse this year...this is the one ! Do not miss this !
902 275-3933 for tickets.

Tomorrow, Thursday, at 5:30pm the Chester Art Centre invites you to join them at 60 Queen Street for bubbly and a preview of "A Shade of Grey," an exhibition of contemporary photographic masterworks curated by Christopher Porter. This will be followed by fine dining under the Big Top from Team Tom Connors and their unique auction experience.  A week in Blighty? A Villa in Anguilla? All that and more! $125 a person, tax receipt available. Help support the year-round work of the Chester Art Centre celebrating over 100 classes, workshops and lectures last year. 
902 275-5789 to reserve.

Also happening tomorrow Amicus welcomes a new artist Poppy Balser to the gallery at 6 pm. Poppy is a gifted watercolour artist from Digby and is a member of the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour. Come out and meet the artist and see her works.The show runs until August 19th.

Friday the farmers are back at the Train Station Market and their tent flaps of commerce are open for your shopping pleasure.

On Saturday from 9 - 3 pm, the Chester Art Fair is on at the Centre at 60 Queen Street where a dozen artists and artisans from Chester and beyond - including batik artist Rosi Robinson, jewelry designer Joan McInnes and painter Colleen Galloway - will be showing and selling their wares. They are having an Art in Action Day and it's all about rolling up your sleeves and participating in a variety of workshops.
For more details check the website - chesterartcentre.ca - or call 902 275-5789 for information.

This Sunday Going Coastal at 41 Queen Street is having a new exhibit opening titled "The Boat Show," just in time for Race Week. The reception is from 1- 4 pm. You are invited to join them for some refreshments and meet the artists at the gallery.

Sunday evening at 7 pm Jamie Junger is on stage at the Chester Bandstand. Jamie is a singer songwriter with over 30 years of experience performing from coast to coast in Canada, many recordings for adults, and now some great music for kids.

The Chester Tennis Club will be hosting an adult tennis clinic on Tuesday, August 11th from 6 to 8pm with snacks and drinks to follow. They can take 25 people, so it's first come, first served. 902 273-2308 to register.

Next Tuesday at 6 pm "Picnic in The Park" presents the "Klunkers," sponsored by Eric Harding of Tradewinds Realty. A shout out to the Stretch Diner provides who provide all the meals to the groups who perform at Lordly Park. Thank you Natalie and Charlie.
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"...Her six grandchildren brought her enormous joy and were her favourite subject of conversation. A connoisseur of words, she would want you to know that she always believed Margaret Atwood was vastly overrated and Margaret Laurence equally underrated. In lieu of donations, Catherine would want you to do everything you can to drive Stephen Harper from office, right out of the country, and into the deep blue sea if possible. Also, she would like you to fix the CBC."

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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

July 29th, 2015 Press Release!

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Greetings!

Well, that's it. That's July done. How did that happen? How did an entire month just disappear?
Life is like a roll of toilet paper, the closer you get to the end, the faster it goes.

The Lightfoot Tower tea party last week was a great success due largely to the weather and all the folks who showed up.

Last weekend the Chester Yacht Club had a "build your own boat" race with hilarious results. Kudos to the organizers and participants.


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This Week in Chester

The Chester Playhouse presents the comedy "God of Carnage" which runs tonight until Saturday at 8 pm with a 2 pm matinee on Saturday as well.The play follows the meeting of a pair of parents following a scuffle between their sons. The parents meet to discuss the issue and while the overtures are polite and civilized, the underpinnings suggest something far less so. As the evening progresses, the discussion deconstructs, resulting in a wickedly funny comedy where the gloves come off.

Tomorrow,Thursday, the Chester Garden Club's Annual Flower Show & Tea will be held at the Legion from 1:30 - 5 pm. Tea will be served from 2 - 4 pm. The competition is open to members and the rest of us. Get there early or all those delightful sandwiches with the crusts cut off will be gone.

Friday is the weekly Farmer's Market at the old Train Station from 10-2pm. Stop by the Laughing Whale coffee stand and ask that cute boy for a sample of their "Oh la la" blend. It will wake you up with a slap on the face.

There is movement afoot for a softball game this Sunday at 11am. The venue is the base ball park at the very end of Lower Grant Road. There is a lake for swimming and a lovely beach so bring your swim suit. All ages and levels of skill are welcome. Those with no level of skill are invited to cook the hot dogs, keep score and cheer when prompted. Bring your own drinks.
The more the merrier. For further info contact Katie.    kt-mac@hotmail.com

Sunday is the annual Lobster Supper at Bonny Lea Farm from 4 -7 pm.Take-out service is available from 3 - 6 pm. There will be live entertainment, raffle and door prizes. For info/tickets call 902 275-5622 Ext. 221 /  www.bonnyleafarm.ca

Sunday evening at 7 pm a group of young fiddlers, "String Fever," will be performing at the Chester Bandstand. Traditional fiddle tunes with a twist. Go check them out.

Composer and concert pianist Lucas Porter from Chezzetcook will be showcasing his talents at the Chester Playhouse this Sunday at 8 pm. Enjoy an evening of classical music featuring highlights such as Chopin, Prokofiev and other dead composers. Lucas is the winner of a number of honors and accolades, he has represented Canada in Japan during the 2005 Expo, played for the Canada Winter Games in 2011, and has done a joint concert performance with Symphony Nova Scotia... all while he was under the legal drinking age. Extreme Nova Scotia talent right here on our doorstep. 902-275-3933 to dial up the maestro.


Next Tuesday the Duke Street Divas have banded together to sponsor Amanda Riley at the "Picnic in the Park." Chez Lass Glass, Light My Fire and Luna Spa have joined forces to bring this show to you at 6 pm at Lordly Park. Get your picnic basket organized and get over there. Corkscrew? Check.

Tomas Kubinek lands on stage at the Chester Playhouse opening next Wednesday. A rip roaring revival of strong man stunts, couples counseling, snake healings,and mass hypnosis that leaves audiences dazed, beaming and in love with life once again. All this from a little fellow who weighs less than 130 pounds and is 98% water. Get tickets now because this show will sell out.

The Chester Art Centre is having a celebration at 60 Queen Street next Thursday at 5:30 pm for bubbly and a preview of "A Shade of Grey," an exhibition of contemporary photographic masterworks curated by Christopher Porter. This will be followed by fine dining under the Big Top from Team Tom Connors and their unique, only-in-Chester auction experience.  A week in Blighty? A Villa in Anguilla? All that and more for $125 a person with a tax receipt available. Help support the year round work of the Chester Art Centre offering over 100 classes, workshops and lectures last year. Call 902 275-5789 to reserve. Don't miss out.
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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

July 22nd, 2015 Press Release!

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Greetings!

This is big news : The Chester Art Centre received a very nice grant from ACOA yesterday. Congratulations to the board and the volunteers for their hard work to make this happen. Yippeee !!!

In lesser news...my cat, Jet, slipped into the toilet this morning. No, that is not a euphemism for his demise, he literally slid, front paws leading the way, into the American Standard.
Apparently the bowl of water I have for him is not big enough.
 
                                                                                              
This Week in Chester

The Chester Playhouse presents the hilarious comedy "God of Carnage" opening tonight at 8 pm and running till Saturday with two matinée performances on Saturday and Sunday at 2 pm.
God of Carnage follows the meeting of a pair of parents following a scuffle between their sons. The parents meet to discuss the issue and while the overtures are polite and civilized, the underpinnings suggest something far less so. As the evening progresses, the discussion deconstructs, resulting in a wickedly funny comedy where the gloves come off.

Malcolm Callaway is painting - right now- as you read this.
His show opens tomorrow night, Thursday, at Amicus Gallery, 20 Pleasant Street from 6 - 8 pm and runs until August 5th when you may pick up your new piece. The paint should be dry by then. Drop down and see what delights Malcolm has created for us this summer. Did someone say wine?

Tomorrow, Thursday, Alfred and Zoe Lightfoot invite you to their annual Garden Party in the Zoe Valle Library grounds from 5-7 pm. Refreshments, games and merriment. Dig deep in your closet for something pink to wear.

The farmers, fisherman and well, just about everyone, will be at the Market at the Train Station this Friday from 10-2 pm. The fish swam up there themselves.

Sunday evening the Mahone Bay Legion Swing Band takes the stage at the Chester Bandstand at 7 pm. Get "In the Mood" for some old jazz and swing tunes and "Get Down" with your bad self.

CBC's "Madly Off" Lorne Elliott graces the stage of the Chester Playhouse at 8 pm Sunday night. His performance "The Upside of the Downturn" is a selection of his current monologues and songs dealing with life experiences. Redefining priorities in view of life events, Lorne enjoys shaking the perceived wisdom of the world around him. His one-man show is delightfully foolish, witty and thought-provoking, combining dry humor with musical parodies and skits.
I got a ticket and you can too @ 902-275-3933


The opening of "Underneath it All"  was a huge success last Sunday and the exhibit of early undergarments is on display until September at the Lordly House Museum,133 Central Street. Stop in from Tuesday to Saturday to see what "lies beneath."

Chester Gold & Silver located under the Tradewinds conglomerate on Queen Street now features a selection of jewelry and other small treasures from around the world, including an 18 karat gold, diamond crested, custom made pin and pendant sailboat. They're also accepting select jewelry on consignment, offering watch battery changes and other repair services. Stop by and see Diana, your local gold and silver expert.

Next Tuesday "Picnic in the Park" presents Kevin and the Gypsy Minstrels from 6-8pm sponsored by GN Thermoforming Equipment. This promises to be a great evening of entertainment.

Are you interested in getting the most out of your smart phone video app?  Thanks to a grant from the Provincial Government (your tax dollars) the Chester Municipal Heritage Society in collaboration with Pink Dog Productions is offering a two hour workshop on the latest techniques for great videos. The program is free but participants are encouraged to record some oral history of an elder in the region for the Heritage Society's archives.  The workshop takes place from 3 - 5pm next Thursday, July 30th. To register, contact Dawn at dawnhj@gmail.com. There is also an editing workshop this Friday with limited seating at Maple Cottage on Regent Street. Contact Dawn for that as well.

How does your garden look this year? Got anything worthy of a blue ribbon? The Chester Garden Club's annual Flower Show and Tea will be held next Thursday, July 30th, at the Chester Legion from 1:30- 5 pm. Tea will be served from 2- 4 pm. This competition is open to all. To enter your prize winning pansy go here.
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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

July 15th, 2015 Press Release!

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Greetings!

Summer has officially arrived.

The SUVs are on the loose,
the Labradoodles are on the leash
and the Lululemons are on the lam.

We are awash in a sea of "Nantucket red" cotton, Land's End "faint blush" linen and LLBean "heritage stone" denim.

Ahhh...summer in Chester.
  
                                                                                               
This Week in Chester

The Galapalooza last weekend was a knock out ! Congratulations to the Chester Playhouse staff, board and volunteers.

I hope you all got to see "Death the Musical." This was a co production of the Chester Drama Society and the Chester Playhouse in memory of Brian Crocker and in support of the Playhouse Foundation. Yeah team ! Brian would be proud.

Albert Schultz's "Frankly, Sinatra" is onstage at the Chester Playhouse tonight at 8pm and the rest of the week with a 2 pm matinée on Sunday.
Albert is the founding artistic director of Toronto's Soulpepper Theatre Company and is known across the country for his work on the stage and screen. "This show is my open rumination on the life and singular art of this complicated icon. It is a celebration and tribute to the man who defined the classic American songbook." 902-275-3933 for tickets.

Light my Fire studio is celebrating their 10th anniversary. Stop by the Duke Street studio and join in the celebration. Judy and Bill have a large selection of unique hand made products and a huge dipping tank where you can create your own candles. With any purchase you may enter in a monthly gift basket draw.

Cameron's Antiques is located at 101 Valley Road. Stop in and visit between 10 am - 4:30pm. There is something for everyone here and Wayne is a wealth of knowledge. Group of Seven, Maud Lewis, appraisals and lots of cool stuff. I popped in for a minute and stayed for an hour. Lots to learn here. This is a little gem to be explored.

Friday the Farmers in the Dell are back at the Train Station. Go early or the arugula will wilt.

Saturday has the annual Chester Garden Tour from 11 am - 4 pm (monsoon or not) featuring seven delightful gardens. Jodi Delong will finish the day with a Q&A at Oceanview Garden Centre. Tickets are available at the VIC (Info Centre) at the train station. Dial up 902 275-4616 or email info@chesterareans.ca for breaking news.

Sunday is the opening of "Underneath it All" - mentioning the unmentionables- at Lordly House Museum,133 Central Street. The Heritage Society's guest speaker will be on deck @  2:30 pm at St. Stephen's Hall. A guided tour and opening of exhibit to follow at Lordly House with refreshments. Everyone is welcome visit the early days of Victoria's Secret.

Sunday evening The Chester Brass Band will be playing at the Bandstand at 7 pm. Dress up, bring a lawn chair and cocktail shaker.  For more info call 902 857-3943.

 

On Monday the Chester Garden Club will be demonstrating flower arrangement techniques for the upcoming flower show next month. Join them at St. Stephen's Hall @6:30 for 7:00 pm. Bring a friend. Bring two.

Next Monday and the following Monday (July 20th & 27th) the Chester Art Centre presents Anthony Hughes teaching the Fundamentals of Digital Photography. You will learn how to use your digital camera and improve your photography skills. This could open up a whole new world for you and Siri.Through hands-on demonstrations you will discover how to get the most from your digital camera. For more info call 902 275-5789 / www.chesterartcentre.ca

Next Tuesday "Picnic in the Park" presents "FOG" (Four Old Guys) from 6-8 pm sponsored by your scribes Dolly and Suzi. Bring a blanket and a picnic basket.
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