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The 2012 Christmas Party was another big success.
The turkey was really great because Dan Rolader cooked them in his oil fryer.  They were delicious.  We also had ham, dressing, gravy, and cranberry sauce, along with many side dishes provided by guest.  Oh yes, the desserts were numerous and scrumptious.
Frank Arnold led the singing of Christmas carols with Hope Arnold playing the piano.  Bob and Mary Ann Padovano led the gift exchange with style and humor.
We especially thank Frank Arnold for organizing the party. David Jumper provided the Poinsettias that were given as door prizes.  It was an uplifting gathering that was thoroughly enjoyed.
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Report On Christmas Party 2011
The Christmas Party was another big success. The turkey was really great because Dan Rolader cooked them in his oil fryer. They were delicious. We also had ham, dressing, gravy, and cranberry sauce, along with many side dishes provided by guest. Oh yes, the desserts were numerous and scrumptious.
Frank Arnold led the singing of Christmas carols with Hope Arnold playing the piano. Bob and Mary Ann Padovano led the gift exchange with style and humor.
We especially thank Frank Arnold for organizing the party. David Jumper provided the Poinsettias that were given as door prizes. It was an uplifting gathering that was thoroughly enjoyed.
Attendance:
Fred & Katie Lindquist, Cheryl & Jerry Reichel, Wayne Deitrich, Vicki & Bob Ralston, Bob & Ann Butler, Jerry & Vina McIntosh, Janice Cox, Ken & Jean Wells, Lamar Hart & Nancy Bireley, Gary & Nila Benton, Don Morris, David Posey, Roy & Janelle Hatcher, Bob & Lynn Schwartz, Bert & Lorraine Steele, Frank Sessions, Carl Smith, Bill & Allison Swilley, Bob & Mary Ann Padovano, Frank & Hope Arnold, Dan Rolader, and David Jumper with Summer, Addison, & Vickery.
Report on Christmas Party 2010
We had a grand time at the Christmas Party. About fifty six members and guests enjoyed the gift exchange, caroling, a great variety of holiday food, and a very warm gathering of V-8 friends.
We especially thank Frank Arnold for organizing the event and leading us in singing with his wife Hope on the piano. Jerry Reichel was the MC, and Bob Padovano played Santa. The table centerpiece Poinsettias were contributed by David Jumper, which he has done for the last four or five years. Each table had a winner for the centerpiece Poinsettia.
We also appreciate the help of Wayne Hicks, Joy Hicks, Bob Padovano, Mary Ann Padovano, Mike Pertsch, Carol Tanner, Nancy Bireley, Cheryl Reichel and all the other volunteers.
The collection of food and canned goods for the needy reached a new record of contributions at this Christmas Party.
Attendance:
Bob & Mary Ann Padovano, Larry & Carol Tanner, Doug & Cindy Smith, Mike & Bonnie Pertsch, Ray & Barbara Allen, Jerry & Cheryl Reichel, Lamar Hart & Nancy Bireley, Bill & Allison Swilley, Wayne / Sue / Toby / Andy / Simon & Ramona Mae Deitrich, Bert & Loraine Steele, Bob & Ann Butler, Bobby Barton, Linda Huggins, Bob & Vicki Ralston, Randall & Kay Malone, Jerry & Vina McIntosh, David & Becci Jumper, Summer & Addison Vickery, Neal & Emily Freeman, Cleve & Pat McAfee, Fred & Katie Lindquist, Janice Cox, Morris Bailey, Lance & Glenda Bucky, Wayne / Joy & Julia Hicks. Gary & Nila Benton, Frank & Hope Arnold, Frank Sessions, Carl Smith.
Again, thank you for attending and volunteering to help make this a joyous Christmas celebration.
Report on Christmas Party 2009
Thank you Gary and Nila Benton
A big thank you to Gary and Nila for all the planning and hard work that went into the very successful Christmas Party. Gary baked the turkeys. Doug and Cindy Smith made arrangements with the Methodist Church and got the room set up for the party and returned to proper setting when we finished. And a special big
Ho, Ho, Ho to Bob (Santa Claus) Schwartz. We also thank all the volunteers and everyone who brought all the delicious side dishes. Everyone enjoyed the good food. Can-A-Thon. We would like to thank every one who took the time to collect that amount of food for the needy. This was a record year, you contributed 179 cans and boxes. It was a great feeling to deliver that amount to Saint Vincent De Paul. All of you that have contributed, can sleep real good on Christmas knowing that someone will have a good meal. Thanks, Mary Ann & Bob Padovano
We had a total of sixty one members and guest at the Christmas Party.
Attendees:
Jerry & Cheryl & Tracie Reichel, Wayne & Sue Deitrick, Bob & Ann Butler, Bob Schwartz, Charlie & Jeanene Adams, Janice Cox, Fred & Katie Lindquist, Joe & Linda Huggins, Lance & Glenda Bucky, Wayne & Joy & Julia Hicks, Carl Smith, Lamar Hart & Nancy Bireley, Doug & Cindy Smith, Gary & Nila Benton, Larry & Carol Tanner, Ray & Barbara Allen, Ken & Jean Wells, David & Becky Jumper with Summer & Addison, Neal & Emily Freeman, Cleve & Pat McAfee, Roy & Janelle Hatcher, Joe & Jean Smith, Justin & Laura Abbott, Bill & Allison Swilley, Doug & Elizabeth Hollandsworth, Bert & Lorraine Steele, Rick Wilson, Morris & Lucille Bailey with Tracy Wornmack & Mike Nordlund, Jerry McIntosh, Randall & Kay Malone.
Christmas Party Report  2008
We thank Gary and Nila Benton for organizing the very festive Christmas Party. They planned it, took the reservations, and were involver in all the details. They put a lot of time and effort into this event. The Bentons were assisted by Doug and Cindy Smith. David Jumper and Santa Claus. Doug and Cindy are active in the Tucker Methodist Church and make it possible for us to use the church facility. We thank all of you for volunteering your time and effort to make this a well attended party.
After the bountiful dinner, Santa delivered presents to the several children who were guest. Mr. Claus then supervised the lady’s gift exchange with the help of Ms. Benton. Next was the men’s gift exchange which was far less supervised but a great deal more fun.
We had lots of help folding tables and chairs, resetting the room, and cleaning up. We thank all the workers and guest for their participation. Plans are already under way for next year’s Christmas Party. Don’t miss it!
Attending the Christmas Party were:
Ray and Barbara Allen, Dick and Mary Anderson, Morris and Lucille Bailey, Gary and Nila Benton, Lance and Glenda Buckey, Bob and Ann Butler, Santa Claus, Jimmy Dorsey and guest, Neal and Emily Freeman, Lamar Hart and Nancy Bireley, Roy Hatcher, Wayne and Joy Hicks and daughter, Doug and Elizabeth Hollandsworth, Joe and Linda Higgins, David and Becci Jumper and guest, Randall and Kay Malone, Jerry and Vina McIntosh, Don Morris, Bob and Mary Ann Padovano, Jerry and Cheryl Reichel, Bob and Lynn Schwartz, Rick and Katie Sheram. Doug and Cindy Smith, Bert and Lorraine Steele, Bill Swilley, Larry and Carol Tanner, Kin and Jean Wells.
Christmas Party 2007
We had a really big turnout of members and guest at the Christmas Party. It was a feast of ham, turkey and dressing, a variety of salads, all kinds of vegetables, and more disserts than you could imagine. I guarantee that nobody left hungry. And, it was festive. Singing of Christmas carols was led by Burns Cox. Santa Clause arrived just after dinner with a gift and a hug for all the ladies. They all smiled and said, “thank you Santa”.
Burns also presented a roll call of all the RG24 past Presidents. The new Board of Directors and Officers were introduced. Fred Lindquist outlined the plans for the Epps Air Tour in January. Eleven ladies won centerpieces.
I want to thank Doug and Cindy Smith, Nancy Bireley, and David Jumper for preparing the room before the party. Mary Ann Padovano did a great job of guest reservations. And, a whole room full of members stayed after the party to stack chairs, fold tables, vacuum, put away and clean up. Doug and Cindy really appreciate all that help because they had a $300.00 cleanup deposit on the line. We, in turn, are especially appreciatively of all the extra effort that Doug and Cindy Smith put into making this Christmas Party such a success.
Here are the Christmas Party attendees:
Doug and Cindy Smith, Bert and Lorraine Steel, David and Becci Jumper, Opal Fernandez, Bob and Mary Ann Padovano, Lamar Hart and Nancy Bireley, Fred and Katie Lindquist, Bob and Lynn Schwartz, Joe and Jean Smith, Larry and Carol Tanner, Roy and Janelle Hatcher, Jimmy Dorsey, Justin and Laura Abbott, Charlie and Jeanene Adams, Doug and Elizabeth Hollandsworth, Don and Betty Morris, Burns and Janice Cox, Neal and Emily Freeman, Bob and Ann Butler, Jerry and Cheryl Reichel, Joe and Linda Huggins, Bill and Allison Swilley, Ron and Ann Silver, Lance and Glenda Buckey, Rick and Katie Sheram, Charles and Joyce Fiore, Jerry and Vina McIntosh, Bob and Vicki Ralston, Mark and Pat Burt, Morris and Lucille Bailey, Arvel and Linda Wooten, Dick Anderson, Carl Smith, Calvin and Connie and J.C. Cannon.
2006 Christmas Party by Bob Padovano
Thank you for another Great V8 Club Christmas Party. By the looks of all the big smiles we saw on your faces you seem to have enjoyed your selves. I guess all the great tasting food, fantastic music and of course a visit from Santa Clause helped create the happy atmosphere. Speaking of food, you did another great job of collecting food for the needy. With your efforts we collected over 150 cans and packages. I am sure your efforts and generosity put big smiles on a lot of children’s faces.
Thank you and have a great new year.
Your V8 Club
2006 Christmas Party by the Editor
We had about sixty people at the Christmas Party on December 2. This is the biggest crowd I can remember in several years. It appears that everyone really enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere of a covered dish dinner. I heard lots of favorable comments. Thanks for bringing a covered dish to round out the menu.
I want to say a special thanks to Joy Hicks for reserving the meeting room and then setting it up before the party, with help from Wayne and David Jumper. We also appreciate the work of Cheryl Reichel and Mary Ann Padovano for their extra efforts to make this party happen. We certainly enjoyed the entertainment provided by Harold Thompson and his musical friends. And a great big HO HO HO round of thanks to Santa Clause for making an appearance. He seemed not to discriminate between those who were naughty or those who were nice, however, the bells were noticeably louder for those who admitted to naughtiness
DEC. 3RD 2005    GEORGIA REGIONAL GROUP #24 EFV8CA    CLUB MEETING/CHRISTMAS PARTY 
MARY MAC’S TEA ROOM
Mary Mac’s Tea Room is an Atlanta landmark known for both southern hospitality and southern cooking, an excellent choice for RG24’s annual Christmas party.  President Lindquist and Katie were out of town and unable to attend so our able VP Bob Padovano was in charge.  VP Padovano welcomed the members and announced we would have our dinner first with a short business meeting after.  Bill Swilley gave the invocation.  Dinner was served.
VP Padovano welcomed new member Larry Ashmore and guest Loreta Ashmore, Larry’s mother.  The November minutes and treasurers report was approved as printed in the newsletter.
Newsletter editor Julie Knott is still in need of stories , articles and pictures from members for the newsletter, give her a call.  Jerry Reichel displayed a sample of the reprinted V8 Album, it is now available from the National, check in the V8 Times.
VP Padovano reminded the members that Mary Ann Padovano is the club sunshine lady, 770-978-7555.  Certificates of Commendation were presented by President Lindquist to RG24 ladies for hard work and dedication during the Eastern National Meet, the awards went to the following ladies:  Janelle Hatcher, Emily Freeman, Gayle Knowlson, Lynn Schwartz, Vicki Ralston, Cindy Smith, Nancy Bireley, Mary Ann Padovano, Cheryl Reichel, Katie Lindquist, Vina McIntosh, Kay Hegelman, Connie Hart, thank you all.  Emeritus committee chairman Burns Cox presented the 2005 Emeritus award to Lamar Hart for his leadership during the Eastern National Meet.
The 2005 Presidents award was awarded to Roy Hatcher, Roy has served on the Board of Directors for many years and has always been willing to help in any way he was asked, congratulation to Roy and Lamar.
The canned food drive netted 74 cans of assorted food, Bob and Mary Ann Padovano will deliver them to St. Vincent De Paul.  Bob Padovano will host the January 2006 meeting at Airamar.  Being no further business the meeting was adjourned.
Attendee’s:
Doug and Cindy Smith, Jim and Gayle Knowlson, Frank and Hope Arnold, Burns and Janice Cox, Bob and Mary Ann Padovano, Bob and Lynn Schwartz, Doug and Elizabeth Hollandsworth, Lamar Hart, Nancy Bireley, Jerry and Cheryl Reichel, Larry and Carol Tanner, Don and Betty Morris, Wayne, Joy and Julia Hicks, Katie and Rick Sheram, Roy and Janelle Hatcher, Bill and Allison Swilley, Bob and Ann Butler, Ray and Barbara Allen, Charlie and Jeanene Adams, Neal and Emily Freeman, Larry Ashmore, Loreta Ashmore, Barry and Julie Knott, David and Becci Jumper.
Respectfully submitted: Jerry Reichel, secretary.
Christmas Party 2004
December 2, 2006
Excerpts from our meeting at the Annual Christmas party at United Methodist Church, Jenkins Hall, Tucker.
2006 Emeritus Award presented by past president Burns Cox to Julie Ann Knott for dedication and hard work and the wonderful newsletter that she produced.
2006 President’s award presented by Lamar Hart to Burns Cox for his tireless dedication and hard work.
Harold Thompson introduced his band and they entertained us with old time blue grass music.
Santa came to visit and checked his list for those who had been naughty and nice. Ornaments were exchanged.
Dinner was delightful and a very big thanks to all who organized the party, and contributed food.
Canned goods were collected for the needy.
Attendees:
Bob and Mary Padovano, Jerry and Cheryl Reichel, Burns and Janice Cox, Jimmy Dorsey, Wayne and Joy Hicks, Gary and Nila Benton, Bob Ralston, Joe and Jean Smith, Frederick and Katie Sheram, Dick and Mary Anderson, Allison and Bill Swilley, Lance and Glenda Bucky, Doug and Elizabeth Hollandsworth, Neal and Emily Freeman, Roy and Janelle Tanner, Ray and Barbara Allen, Bob and Ann Butter, Shirley and Waymon Brownlee, Justin Brownlee, guests Brian, Lynne and Mark Bailey, Morris and Lucille Bailey, Harold Thompson, Neal Norman, Mr. And Mrs. Knowlson, Don and Betty Morris, Lamar Hart and Nancy, and David Jumper.

Bob Padovano reported that the Christmas party at Tucker First Methodist church was a great success with a good turnout of 55 to 60. We had an excellent collection of food for the needy. 150 cans and boxes were collected and donated to St. Vincent de Paul church. 278 food baskets were delivered. A big thanks to Harold Thompson and his band members, Jerry and Cheryl Reichel, Mary Ann Padovano, Wayne and Joy Hicks, and Santa Bob Schwartz.
Our Christmas Party was a huge success. This was in no thanks to a rainy cold day. Thanks to the ladies the tables were setup in a festive mood with red & white table cloths.  Faron Stephens supplied commemorative Coke bottles at each place setting, and the table centerpieces were Poinsettias.  All this was in place 10:00 a.m. The paper snow flakes hanging from the ceiling’s tiles, which the Methodist Church’s personnel had done were the final touch.

Club members began arriving by 11:00 a.m. Bob Padavano was busy cutting up the turkeys, which had been cooked by Dan Rolader. As each member arrived they were signed in and their exchange gifts were deposited on tables identified male & female. Can goods, which were to be donated, were put under a nearby Christmas tree.

A large counter held side dishes provided by club members. Some of the early arrivals had some home made chocolate chip cookies, a welcome treat to some hungry stomachs who couldn’t wait for lunch.

The list of attendees as they entered the hall: Dan Rolander, Jerry & Cheryl Reichel, Bert & Lorrain Steele, Jerry & Vena McIntosh, Fred & Katie  Lindquist, Lamar Hart & Nancy B, Bob & Mary Ann Padavano, Bill & Allison Swilley, Lance & Glenda Bucky, Gary & Nila Benton, Barry & Julie Knott, Wayne & Sue Deitrich, Karl Smith, Morris & Lucille Bailey, Joe Smith,Doug Hollingsworth, Janet Cox, David Jumper along with Becky, Addison, Summer Jumper, Roy & Janelle Hatcher, Bob & Ann Butler, Larry Tanner, Frank & Hope Arnold, John & son Jason Caldwell, John Murrill, Ken & Jean Wells, Bruce & Kathy McDonald.

The men and their wives had a good time socializing for awhile before Jerry got everyone’s attention around 12:15 p.m., and we were asked to take our seats. The Pledge Allegiance to the flag was recited and then Bill Swilley said a blessing. Two tables at a time were selected serve themselves from the ample buffet provided. As those got part way through, another group followed suit until everyone had filled their plates.

Many thanks to Don Rolander for that delicious fried turkey! In addition to the two turkeys, there was a wonderful Honey Baked Ham. The side dishes consisted of tossed salads, cold slaw, corn casserole, sweet potato casserole, dressing and giblet gravy, pasta salad, pea salad, green beans, corn bread, cranberry sauce, deviled eggs, jello salad, marshmallow salad, and a sweet casserole (pineapple?), broccoli and cheese casserole, and so much more!  Dinner rolls finished off this buffet.  Iced tea came in many flavors, sweet or unsweet, and caffeinated or de-caffeinated. For desserts there was pound cake, chocolate cake, pumpkin pie with whipped topping, Desserts-Chocolate chip cookies, chocolate cake, pumpkin pie, coconut cake, etc, etc.,etc.  The ladies outdid themselves… So much food was available members were advised that leftovers were available for take home! 

Christmas music sheets were passed around and Frank Arnold did an excellent job of leading the singing of three Carols. The person, Julie Knott, who had a red v green Christmas Tree on her music sheet received a special Christmas gift from the club.

Jerry McIntosh took the podium and thanked Janis Cox for letting the club use her garage for the BOD meetings. Glenda & Lance Bucky were thanked for the newsletter compositions.

Bob Padavano then took charge of exchanging the Christmas gifts along with David Jumper’s granddaughters, who acted as elves picking out the numbers.  For their efforts they each received a gift from the club. 

Bob wore a festive Christmas ‘hat’ that had lights and a top which moved around as if it were dancing.  This got everyone’s attention!!
Bob’s gift, made by Julie Knott, was 4 custom made jellies and jams from her kitchen. Hopefully, Bob will bring them to our next Car Nut breakfast for our biscuits. 

Announcements were made regarding next month’s meeting/officer’s installation at Jr’s Smokehouse and BBQ Restaurant, and for the Valentine’s Party at The 57
th. Fighter Group Restaurant. Joe Smith reminded everyone that the Car Nuts’ breakfast would be January 6th, 2014.

The table centerpiece Poinsettias were given to the person at each table whose chair was marked underneath with a number. John Murrill called everyone’s attention to a large cardboard box of shop
towels he had brought to pass around. He encouraged everyone to take some to use back in their garage.

The members were asked to help clean-up tables and tables and room were cleaned and everyone was on their way home by 3:00 p.m. 

Bob Padavano reports that the club collected a total of 157 cans of food for the needy this year. The club would like to thank you for your great generosity in thinking of the needy. The can goods will be donated to Saint Vincent DePaul Catholic Church.

Faron Stephens and Harold Thompson, who were both under the weather, and could not attend this year’s party were missed.  

Thank you to all who helped to make this another wonderful Christmas party for the club.  Your efforts were appreciated by one and all!
Early Ford V8 Christmas Party 2013
Free Door Prize
At the Christmas Party, we  had a drawing for a large and very attractive V-8 sign. It is convex shaped, 24 inches diameter round, with the FORD logo and V8 logo. The ticket was free.
2005 Christmas Party by the Editor
We had about sixty people at the Christmas Party on December 2. This is the biggest crowd I can remember in several years. It appears that everyone really enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere of a covered dish dinner. I heard lots of favorable comments. Thanks for bringing a covered dish to round out the menu.
I want to say a special thanks to Joy Hicks for reserving the meeting room and then setting it up before the party, with help from Wayne and David Jumper. We also appreciate the work of Cheryl Reichel and Mary Ann Padovano for their extra efforts to make this party happen. We certainly enjoyed the entertainment provided by Harold Thompson and his musical friends. And a great big HO HO HO round of thanks to Santa Clause for making an appearance. He seemed not
to discriminate between those who were naughty or those who were nice, however, the bells were noticeably louder for those who admitted to naughtiness.
Dec 2001 (Jan 2002 TFRB)   The Club would like to thank everyone who donated food for the needy at our recent Club Christmas Party. We collected 165 cans and packages. The food was delivered to St. Vincent de Paul. This year they were able to donate 275 baskets full of food to needy families in the metro Atlanta area. We as a club would like to try for 250 cans or more in 2002.
Dec 1998 (Jan 1999 TFRB)
December 1999 (Jan 2000 TFRB) saw our Club gathering at the Cruse Inn for our annual Christmas Party. Again this year our Club donated canned goods to less fortunate families that they too might enjoy our biessings. Several awards were handed out, to several deserving members. Mike Elias won the Emeritus "Most Valuable Member" award. He truly deserved this as he was in charge or a part of most of the Club's Activities. His choice was unanimous but others stood beside him.
Dec 2000 (Jan 2001 TFRB) 
We all enjoyed the Christmas Party held at Cruse Inn where Bums
Cox received a well deserved award for his years of loyal, dedicated
service for the Georgia Early Ford V-8 Club. His contribution to the
National, V-8 Times has kept the world tuned in to what we do here in
Georgia. Because of Bums, our Club is the envy of Regional Groups
around the country. Bob Padovano also received and award for
"Member of the Year". Bob always goes out of his way to help in any
way he can and is first to volunteer when needed. Thanks to
dedicated members like these our Club will continue to prosper and
be interesting for the membership. Nice job guys, keep on leading.
2003 Party
(Jan 2004 TFRB)
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(Jan 1998 TFRB)
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2014 Christmas Party
President Lindquist thanked Larry and Joann Tanner for their hard work in making 2002's party a success.
Christmas Party Chairman Larry Tanner is checking a new site, trying to find nice place that is less expensive, has a good lead, more details next month.
2002 Christmas Party      For some reason, this seems to be the ONLY Christmas Party that didn't have a recap in the Running Board
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Photos from Burns Cox's Scrapbook V7-00131-137  1999
Photos from Burns Cox's scrapbook (9: 00001 - 2 & 5).  I'm not sure if this is 1997 or 1998.
From Burns Cox's scrapbook (V2-00028 & 29).
At Holiday Inn on I-85
Dec 1987 - Burns was installed as President for 1988.
I think this is 1998 Christmas Party at the old clubhouse.  Burns Cox scrapbook  #5: 00201 to 208, #6: 00008 to  9)
MORE:  Burns Cox #7: 00003 to  )
More below  - Burns' scrapbook  #8:  00118 to 124
MORE from 1999 Christmas Party at the Cruze Inn
Burns' scrapbook  #8: 00118 to 125
Burns' #9: 00289
Burns' scrapbook  #10: 0184-185  
Looks like a Christmas Party but I don't know Where (possibly the Old Club House)
or When - apparently pretty old.
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                 2018 Christmas Brunch
Everyone had an enjoyable luncheon at the Annual
Christmas Party. About 45 members and guests dined on a
large selection of traditional holiday foods provided by
guests that complimented the roasted turkey provided by
the V-8 Club.
The gift exchange was hosted by Bob Padovano who, as usual, provided amusing commentary.  Bob was assisted by Connie Dewberry and Mary Ann Padovano who helped keep proceedings on track.
We thank those individuals plus Faron Stephens, Nancy
Bireley, Bert & Lorraine Steele, Fred & Katie Lindquist,
Jerry & Vina McIntosh, Nick & Nancy Gordeuk, Larry
Shutts and all the others who arrived early and stayed late
to set up, take down and clean up. And thank you all
who brought side dishes too. Those efforts contribute
to the overall success of these social events. We
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