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  • 10/24/2022 12:33 PM | Emerson Doiron (Administrator)

    On November 17, Earth Eagle Brewings will celebrate its 10th anniversary. Established in 2012, Earth Eagle Brewings is a craft brewery with two locations, the original in downtown Portsmouth and the second, Earth Eagle North, is in Somersworth. 

    In celebration of the milestone we will release a special anniversary brew: an old ale boasting a rich amber color and malty flavors. This winter warmer will be tapped with fanfare by owner/brewer Alex McDonald on Nov. 17 during the 10th anniversary party in Portsmouth. 

    Commemorative 10th anniversary merchandise will be available for purchase including beer steins and t-shirts.( More details on the party coming soon.)

    Earth Eagle Brewings in Portsmouth offers our own craft beer, expansive burger and hot dog menus, a full bar, private beer garden and homebrew supply shop. All just a short walk from Market Square. 

    Earth Eagle North in Somersworth houses the primary brewing facility and a brewpub offering our brews, expansive hot dog menu (no burgers) and snacks. Plus, live music three nights a week and trivia every Wednesday. 

    THE BEER:

    Our beers run a wide range of styles, with the best seller being our New England Gangsta' --  a West Coast style IPA with Pacific NW hops. Originally offered from opening day and still going strong, Gangsta' is among our popular brews offered year-round. Other popular brews include Armadillo Danger pale ale (a single-hopped American pale featuring Amarillo hops), Piscataqua (an American corn lager), Circling Birds (a double-dry hopped Double IPA) and Birds from Mars (a tropical IPA). 

    Seasonal beers include fruited sours, herbal beers (gruit), stouts, lagers and Belgian ales. Two popular brews released every Halloween are Puca Curry Pumpkin Porter and Mummy Milk Imperial Milk Stout. 

    INFO: 

    eartheaglebrewings.com

    Instagram: @eartheaglebrewings / @eartheagle_north

    Facebook: @eartheaglebrewings / @eartheaglenorth

    Earth Eagle Brewings

    175 High Street, Portsmouth, NH 

    603.502.2244

    Earth Eagle North

    Barclay Square Industrial Park,  350 NH-108, Somersworth, NH

    603.841.5421

     

  • 10/24/2022 11:31 AM | Emerson Doiron (Administrator)

    Little Antlers Learning Center recently opened their doors in Plymouth with the support of the state and local community. MVSB (Meredith Village Savings Bank) proudly purchased $10,000 in tax credits for the center through the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) to further the Bank’s commitment to help address the region’s need for additional child care services.

    “We are more than excited to showcase our beautiful new center that features outdoor and indoor playground spaces, a garden and a number of classrooms to serve more than 60 children,” said Alison Murphy, Little Antlers Learning Center Director. “We are thankful for the overwhelming support we have received and we are excited to serve the community.”

    “As a local employer and community member, we’ve been so in tune to the struggle local families have finding convenient, quality care for their children, and we are thrilled to support Little Antlers and the resources they will bring to the area,” said Martha Clifford, MVSB Branch & Business Development Manager in Plymouth. “Their new space is so bright and inviting, and it is sure to provide their students so much opportunity to learn and grow.”

    Little Antlers Learning Center is a nonprofit program of Mid-State Health Center. The center provides services for children from 6 weeks to 6 years old and is committed to providing early childhood education that fosters natural curiosity, nurtures independence, self-confidence and inspires a lifelong love of learning. They provide a rich environment that guides the development of the whole child while also supporting the families of the community and fifty-one percent of their spots are reserved for low- to moderate-income households. Go to littleantlers.org to learn more.

    CDFA tax credits allow businesses to fund qualifying economic or community development projects in exchange for a tax credit that can be applied against state business tax payments. The tax credits are administered by the New Hampshire CDFA. Any business with operations in New Hampshire that contributes to a CDFA tax credit project receives a New Hampshire state tax credit worth 75 percent of their contribution. The credit can be used over a period of five years to reduce the business’ state tax liability (business profits, business enterprise, or insurance premium taxes). The tax credit program allows New Hampshire businesses to use their state tax dollars to support local projects that they care about. CDFA reviews many project applications each year, and awards tax credits to those they determine are feasible and will make the biggest impact on economic development in the state. Visit nhcdfa.org for more information.

    Unlike a stock bank, MVSB is a mutual savings bank that operates for the benefit of its depositors, borrowers and surrounding communities. As a result, MVSB has remained steadfast in fostering the economic health and well-being of the community since it was founded in 1869. For over 150 years, Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB), has been serving the people, businesses, nonprofits and municipalities of New Hampshire. MVSB and its employees are guided by the values of accountability, mutuality, excellence, respect, integrity, teamwork and stewardship. To learn more, visit any of the local branch offices located in Alton, Ashland, Center Harbor, Gilford, Laconia, Melvin Village, Meredith, Moultonborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Rochester or Wolfeboro, call 800.922.6872 or visit mvsb.com.


    Caption: Martha Clifford, MVSB Branch & Business Development Manager in Plymouth, (left) and Kayla Champagne, MVSB Branch Services Supervisor, (second from right), present a check to Alison Murphy, Little Antlers Learning Center Director, and her staff at the center in Plymouth. Courtesy Photo

  • 10/20/2022 11:22 AM | Emerson Doiron (Administrator)

    MVSB (Meredith Village Savings Bank) has partnered with one of the most innovative leaders in digital business banking technology to offer automated online lending to local businesses, a unique offering in the local area. Community based businesses, both current MVSB customers and others, can now apply at their convenience from a computer or smart device. Following a simple, online loan application, borrowers typically receive a decision in minutes and approved loans can be funded in days.

    “We know our knowledgeable business lending team is well regarded for the personalized attention they provide, and for working with our clients to help them find the right lending solution to start, maintain and grow their business,” said John Swedberg, Senior Vice President & Commercial Loan Officer for MVSB. “And we also understand that sometimes business owners and managers just need quick, reliable financing they can obtain on their own schedule to keep things going day-to-day. This new solution extends our business lending options to truly provide the best of both worlds.”

    With MVSB’s new express lending solution, qualifying New Hampshire-registered businesses can obtain loans and lines of credit from $10,000 to $100,000 quickly – allowing them to make swift and confident decisions on purchasing equipment, upgrading property or readily managing the ebbs and flows of their cash flow cycle. The online application is accessible from browser and mobile device, is simple to use, makes it easy to upload documents, and even prefills information already on file to reduce reentry.

    “Getting to know local business owners and the needs they face in their industries is so important to us,” said Tina Simpson, Assistant Vice President Digital Small Business Lending. “Providing commercial borrowers with a seamless online lending option is something we’re regularly asked for and it hasn’t been available from local and even national banks. We are thrilled to be able to address the need with the latest technology supporting us.”

    A team of employees from across the Bank have been working diligently to implement this offering with the leadership of Tina, John and a host of other hard working MVSB team members behind the scenes. The Bank also solicited the involvement of local business owners to pilot the program and provide first-hand feedback critical to fine tuning the system and a successful launch.

    Businesses interested in applying or learning more about the express business loan can do so by visiting mvsb.com/businessexpress or by contacting an MVSB Business Lender.

    Unlike a stock bank, MVSB is a mutual savings bank that operates for the benefit of its depositors, borrowers and surrounding communities. As a result, MVSB has remained steadfast in fostering the economic health and well-being of the community since it was founded in 1869. For over 150 years, Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB), has been serving the people, businesses, nonprofits and municipalities of New Hampshire. MVSB and its employees are guided by the values of accountability, mutuality, excellence, respect, integrity, teamwork and stewardship. To learn more, visit any of the local branch offices located in Alton, Ashland, Center Harbor, Gilford, Laconia, Melvin Village, Meredith, Moultonborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Rochester or Wolfeboro, call 800.922.6872 or visit mvsb.com.


    Caption: Tina Simpson, Assistant Vice President, Commercial Digital Small Business Lending and Credit Analysis, and John Swedberg, Senior Vice President, Senior Commercial Lending Officer, lead the charge to implement MVSB’s innovative express loan option for businesses. Courtesy Photo


  • 10/14/2022 10:06 AM | Emerson Doiron (Administrator)

    Rochester, NH – Cornerstone VNA is looking for volunteers to join their vibrant ‘A Matter of Balance’ program as a volunteer coach. This important program is designed to help people in the community manage concerns about falls and increase physical activity.

    The next volunteer coaches training will take place on November 1 and 3 from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in the Community Room at the Cornerstone VNA office on 178 Farmington Road in Rochester, NH. No previous experience is needed to become a volunteer coach. Once trained, volunteer balance coaches will be assigned in pairs to facilitate community programs. These programs take place over a 4-week period, with participants meeting two times a week for two hours each session. Volunteers are asked to facilitate at least two ‘A Matter of Balance’ programs per year.

    During these sessions, volunteer balance coaches help participants become more confident about managing falls, identify ways to reduce falls, and lead exercises to help increase strength and balance. According to Tina Trevino, Cornerstone VNA Volunteer Balance Coach, “As participants opened up to each other and shared their concerns of falling they seemed to bond and even laugh and have a good time. I hope they continue to get together!”

    If you are interested in joining this important volunteer team, please contact Katie Michaud, MS, OTR/L at kmichaud@cornerstonevna.org or 603-332-1133 x1186.  You can also find additional details at www.cornerstonevna.org/volunteer/.

    Cornerstone VNA currently serves Rockingham, Strafford, Belknap and Carroll Counties in New Hampshire and York County in Maine. The team at Cornerstone VNA provides award-winning care and support through five distinct programs: Home Care, Hospice Care, Palliative Care, Life Care-Private Duty, and Community Care. For 109 years, Cornerstone VNA has been committed to bringing services to people of all ages so that families can stay together at home, even when facing the challenges of aging, surgical recovery, chronic or life-threatening illnesses or end-of-life care. To learn more about Cornerstone VNA, visit www.cornerstonevna.org or call 800-691-1133.


  • 10/12/2022 2:40 PM | Emerson Doiron (Administrator)

    BERWICK, Maine –Recently SBA New England Regional Administrator Mike Vlacich joined Falls Chamber of Commerce for a small business resource fair at Berwick Town Hall. 

    This event was an afternoon focused on helping small businesses find the resources they need to start, thrive and grow. The Business Resource Fair featured 15 business support organizations from both New Hampshire and Maine.

    “I applaud the Falls Chamber of Commerce for their efforts to reach the small business community in the Falls area by bringing these small business resources together under one roof,” said Mr. Vlacich. “It is critical for small businesses to make strong local connections to start, grow and expand.”

    “The Falls Chamber of Commerce put the Business Resource Fair on to help businesses in both Maine and New Hampshire find resources to start, thrive, and grow here,” said Emerson Doiron, Executive Director of the Falls. “Our community is getting stronger and growing every day with new businesses and we are working to get them the resources they need.”

    Featured organizations at the business resource fair included:  

    ·       Small Business Administration (Maine and New Hampshire District Offices)

    ·       Small Business Development Center (Maine and New Hampshire)

    ·       Veterans Business Outreach Center of New England

    ·       Seacoast SCORE

    ·       Veteran Entrepreneurial Training and Resource Network

    ·       York County Career Center

    ·       Southern Maine Finance Agency

    ·       Maine Department of Economic and Community Development

    ·       New Hampshire Department of Business and Economic Affairs

    ·       Maine International Trade Center

    ·       Procurement Technical Assistance Center (ME NH)

    ·       Finance Authority of Maine

    The Falls Chamber of Commerce is a professional association that serves the businesses of Somersworth NH, Rollinsford NH, Berwick ME, South Berwick ME, and North Berwick ME. To learn more visit: https://thefallschamber.com/.

    Businesses can connect with the SBA office near them or any of SBA’s resource partners at: www.sba.gov/local-assistance.

  • 10/06/2022 2:00 PM | Emerson Doiron (Administrator)

    MVSB (Meredith Village Savings Bank) is proud to continue their support of Lakes Region Mental Health Center (LRMHC) with a $3,000 presenting sponsorship for the organization’s 11th Annual Mental Health Awareness Online AuctionThe auction runs October 12-26 and will include a variety of items, gift cards and gift baskets donated from individuals and businesses across the Lakes Region.

    “Supporting the LRMHC auction through sponsorships, donations and bidding is a wonderful way to aid in their mission to increase mental health awareness and support,” said Rick Wyman, former MVSB President. “The work they do is vital to maintaining healthy local communities that flourish.”

    The annual auction is our largest fundraiser each year and the proceeds will be used to help maintain and increase mental health services for our patients,” said Maggie Pritchard, LRMHC Chief Executive Officer. “We are grateful for businesses like MVSB for their continued support. We hope everyone will bid high and bid often to make this our most successful year yet.”

    The auction will support the more than 4,000 children, families and adults that LRMHC serves throughout Belknap and southern Grafton counties. Go to www.lrmhc.org/annual-auction for more information and to register for the auction.

    Unlike a stock bank, MVSB is a mutual savings bank that operates for the benefit of its depositors, borrowers and surrounding communities. As a result, MVSB has remained steadfast in fostering the economic health and well-being of the community since it was founded in 1869. For over 150 years, Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB), has been serving the people, businesses, nonprofits and municipalities of New Hampshire. MVSB and its employees are guided by the values of accountability, mutuality, excellence, respect, integrity, teamwork and stewardship. To learn more, visit any of the local branch offices located in Alton, Ashland, Center Harbor, Gilford, Laconia, Melvin Village, Meredith, Moultonborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Rochester or Wolfeboro, call 800.922.6872 or visit mvsb.com.

    Caption: Rick Wyman, former MVSB President, and Maggie Pritchard, Lakes Region Mental Health Center CEO, pose with a few of the auction items donated for the upcoming LRMHC Online Auction.  Courtesy photo

  • 10/03/2022 12:26 PM | Emerson Doiron (Administrator)

    MVSB’s (Meredith Village Savings Bank) Christina “Tina” Simpson has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Commercial Digital Small Business Lending & Credit Analyst. In this role, Tina oversees MVSB’s new online small business lending system, provides the primary support for the bank’s U.S. Small Business Administration loan guarantee programs and also performs credit analysis for larger, more complex credit relationships.

    Tina is all about supporting our business clients. She was the driving force behind the implementation of our digital Business Express lending platform and she is committed to providing the best possible experience to her customers,” said Eric MacDonald, Vice President Commercial Credit Manager. “Her knowledge of our SBA loan programs is unmatched and her enthusiasm for leading this digital initiative is sure to make it successful. I am proud to promote her to this new leadership level.”

    “It is amazing to be a part of such a caring team at MVSB,” said Tina. “I am so excited to introduce people to our new online business loan programs. I think they will be very pleased with how fast and easy we’ve made the application process. Bringing innovation like this to our customers makes it fun to come into work every day. I look forward to helping them succeed in their ventures.”

    Tina served as a Senior Credit Analyst for MVSB prior to being promoted. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and her Master of Business Administration degree from Southern New Hampshire University. She is also a graduate of the Northern New England School of Banking.

    Tina has served as a youth soccer, basketball, and softball coach for many years and volunteers with the Make-a-Wish Foundation and Lakes Region Children’s Auction. She resides in Meredith with her husband and their two daughters. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family camping, fishing and four-wheeling.

    Unlike a stock bank, MVSB is a mutual savings bank that operates for the benefit of its depositors, borrowers and surrounding communities. As a result, MVSB has remained steadfast in fostering the economic health and well-being of the community since it was founded in 1869. For over 150 years, Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB), has been serving the people, businesses, nonprofits and municipalities of New Hampshire. MVSB and its employees are guided by the values of accountability, mutuality, excellence, respect, integrity, teamwork and stewardship. To learn more, visit any of the local branch offices located in Alton, Ashland, Center Harbor, Gilford, Laconia, Melvin Village, Meredith, Moultonborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Rochester or Wolfeboro, call 800.922.6872 or visit mvsb.com.

     

    Caption: Tina SimpsonAssistant Vice President, Commercial Digital Small Business Lending & Credit Analyst


  • 09/30/2022 12:23 PM | Emerson Doiron (Administrator)

    Cornerstone VNA, a local nonprofit home health and hospice care provider, is delighted to be chosen as one of four recipients of proceeds from October sales at The Fabulous Find in Kittery, ME. The Fabulous Find, a 501c3 non-profit organization (listed under A Caring Community), is a beautifully merchandized boutique style resale shop, located at 139 State Rd (Route One) in Kittery, which partners with different worthy, local non-profit organizations each month.

    According to Marcye Philbrook, The Fabulous Find Board President, “All profits are donated to whatever organizations are selected by our board for that month. Our overhead is low, and the more sales we do, the bigger the check to each nonprofit at the end of the month.” Philbrook adds, “We opened in mid-July of 2010, and with tremendous support from the community, we have given out over $2.3 million dollars to more than 150 local non-profits. Amazing!”

    Julie Reynolds, RN, MS, CEO of Cornerstone VNA remarks, “Cornerstone VNA truly appreciates being selected as one of the October beneficiaries alongside the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, Triangle Club and Pro Portsmouth.”  Reynolds adds, “The quality of The Fabulous Find store and the money they raise to benefit local non-profit organizations is quite exceptional.”

    Cornerstone VNA encourages community members and supporters to donate gently worn clothing, jewelry, and home décor, and also shop at The Fabulous Find all month long. Additional details on what the boutique accepts for donations can be found at www.thefabulousfind.org/donate.

    Cornerstone VNA currently serves Rockingham, Strafford, Belknap and Carroll Counties in New Hampshire and York County in Maine. The team at Cornerstone VNA provides award-winning care and support through five distinct programs: Home Care, Hospice Care, Palliative Care, Life Care-Private Duty, and Community Care. For 109 years, Cornerstone VNA has been committed to bringing services to people of all ages so that families can stay together at home, even when facing the challenges of aging, surgical recovery, chronic or life-threatening illnesses or end-of-life care. To learn more about Cornerstone VNA, visit www.cornerstonevna.org or call 800-691-1133.


  • 09/28/2022 2:10 PM | Emerson Doiron (Administrator)

    Twenty-four local amateur and professional photographers are winners of the MVSB (Meredith Village Savings Bank) community photo contest. The winners were selected through a blind review process by a group of MVSB employees and Corporators using an extensive review process.

    Complementary calendars are expected to arrive in all 13 branch offices this fall where community members can come in to pick up desk tent or wall-hanging options.

    “We had hundreds of impressive photo submissions this year and it was difficult for us to narrow down the final selections,” said Cindy Hemeon-Plessner, MVSB Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing and Experience Officer. “Each winning selection tells a story and elicits emotions - from respect and sadness to joy and awe. Because of the beauty of the Lakes and Seacoast Regions, there are several landscape photos while others feature local flora and fauna – both wild and domesticated. They winning photos are truly spectacular.”

    The winning selections for the 2023 Community Calendar include:

    • ·        January: Milky Way over the rocky shore of Rye by Marie Sapienza
    • ·        February: Barred Owl by Petros Tsanlaredes
    • ·        March: Maple sugaring by Robert Kozlow
    • ·        April: Sunrise on Mount Major by John Scott Shelburne
    • ·        May: Checking out the visitor by Elissa Paquette
    • ·        June: Baby loon by Christopher Agurkis
    • ·        July: Laconia by Cathy Landroche
    • ·        August: Rocky beach by Holly Heath
    • ·        September: Last call by Sue Bean
    • ·        October: Ride on the Conway Scenic Railroad by Corey McKean
    • ·        November: Heroes by Robert Manley
    • ·        December: Center Harbor by John Parolin

    John Parolin’s photo “Center Harbor” will be featured on MVSB’s 2023 holiday season communications. Marie Sapienza’s photo “Milky Way over the rocky shores of Rye” will be featured as the calendar cover photo.

    The MVSB website features photos from many years of previous contests as well. The following artists will have photos added to the catalogue of pictures that are featured throughout the year: Cathy Ahrens, Donna Leavitt, Jennifer Richard, Kathleen Curran, Mary Dean, Mike Weinhold, Randy Wilson, Robert Kozlow, Sandra Wing, Sarah Duval, Stacey Leonard, Stacy Wyman, Thomas Fleury, Wendy Avery, and William Larson. Brenda Kean will have her winning photo featured as an MVSB notecard.

    Go to mvsb.com/annual-community-photo-contest to read more and view the winning photos.

    Unlike a stock bank, MVSB is a mutual savings bank that operates for the benefit of its depositors, borrowers and surrounding communities. As a result, MVSB has remained steadfast in fostering the economic health and well-being of the community since it was founded in 1869. For over 150 years, Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB), has been serving the people, businesses, nonprofits and municipalities of New Hampshire. MVSB and its employees are guided by the values of accountability, mutuality, excellence, respect, integrity, teamwork and stewardship. To learn more, visit any of the local branch offices located in Alton, Ashland, Center Harbor, Gilford, Laconia, Melvin Village, Meredith, Moultonborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Rochester or Wolfeboro, call 800.922.6872 or visit mvsb.com.


    Caption: Barred Owl by Petros Tsanlaredes, MVSB Community Photo Contest winner


  • 09/26/2022 2:00 PM | Emerson Doiron (Administrator)

    Apex Eyecare, a new optometry practice located in the Tanger Outlets shopping center in Tilton, recently opened their doors with financing from MVSB (Meredith Village Savings Bank). They offer routine and medical eye exams, including an optical shop with a wide selection of contact lenses and glasses.

    Dr. Deidre Cullen is a licensed Optometrist and Samantha Sarson is a licensed Optician with several years of experience in the eye care field. They worked closely with Dan Osetek, MVSB Senior Vice President, Commercial Lending Team Leader, and used MVSB’s specialized medical professional practice loan to finance their new practice.

    “It was an honor to help Deidre and Samantha achieve their dreams of opening their own practice and we are excited to welcome Apex Eyecare to the region,” said Osetek. “They took advantage of our relatively new and innovative financing option for qualified medical practices. The flexible loan terms allowed them to access financing quickly and will allow them to focus on what really matters most – their patients.”

    “It has been a vision of ours to open our own practice and the Lakes Region communities have been nothing but welcoming to us,” said Dr. Cullen. “We are proud to offer full-service optometry exams and are fully stocked with frames for the whole family – from infant to adult sizes. We are also thankful to Dan and the whole team at MVSB, who really went above and beyond in turning our dream into reality.”

    Dr. Cullen graduated as salutatorian of her class at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2018. Sarson is an American Board of Opticianry (ABO) certified optician that started her career in 2011. Prior to opening Apex Eyecare, Dr. Cullen and Sarson worked together for a Concord-based eye care practice since 2018. Both reside in Laconia and are excited to build their eye care practice close to home and help serve the eye care needs of the local communities. 

    Visit apexeyenh.com or stop by their location in the northwest corner of the Tanger Outlets in Tilton to learn more.

    Unlike a stock bank, MVSB is a mutual savings bank that operates for the benefit of its depositors, borrowers and surrounding communities. As a result, MVSB has remained steadfast in fostering the economic health and well-being of the community since it was founded in 1869. For over 150 years, Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB), has been serving the people, businesses, nonprofits and municipalities of New Hampshire. MVSB and its employees are guided by the values of accountability, mutuality, excellence, respect, integrity, teamwork and stewardship. To learn more, visit any of the local branch offices located in Alton, Ashland, Center Harbor, Gilford, Laconia, Melvin Village, Meredith, Moultonborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Rochester or Wolfeboro, call 800.922.6872 or visit mvsb.com.


    Caption: From right, Dan Osetek, MVSB Senior Vice President, Commercial Lending Team Leader, stands with Apex Eyecare owners Dr. Deidre Cullen and Samantha Sarson at their new location in the Tanger Outlets shopping center in Tilton. Courtesy photo


ABOUT THE FALLS CHAMBER

The Falls Chamber of Commerce is a professional association of businesses in  the falls area.  We are the catalyst that facilitates business growth , prosperity, partnership and success for our members. 

       

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Emerson Doiron, Executive Director

info@thefallschamber.com
603.749.7175
office hours by appointment: 472 High Street, Somersworth NH 03878

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