South KC News / Member News

  • 24 Feb 2020 10:58 AM | Vickie Wolgast (Administrator)

    Two Kansas City brands are joining forces to bring local diners a true hometown taste. KC Hopps and Rufus Teague BBQ have partnered to develop a special menu featuring smoked meats prepared with a variety of BBQ sauces from Rufus Teague’s line of locally crafted sauces. The menu, dubbed the Blue-B-Cue menu, debuts today at Blue Moose in the Red Bridge Shopping Center, located at 11134 Holmes Road, Kansas City, MO 64131. KC Hopps owns and operates three Blue Moose locations in the metro area, in addition to locations in western Kansas in Lawrence, Topeka and Manhattan. The Blue-B-Cue menu will only be available at Blue Moose’s Red Bridge location at this time. 

    Built on its lines of high-quality crafted barbecue sauces and dry rubs, Rufus Teague is a local, family owned company. Its products are sold in nearly 18,000 grocers and specialty retailers nationwide and in 11 countries. The Blue-B-Cue menu will be Rufus Teague’s first venture into the restaurant industry in the company’s 15-year history.

    “We have been making Kansas City’s highest quality barbecue sauces and building nationwide distribution for 15 years. Now we want to bring it back home,” said John McCone, Rufus Teague founder. “We are so excited to partner with KC Hopps and get some of the flavors we have created and been selling around the world in great restaurants right here at home. We’re big fans of KC Hopps restaurants and feel they are a perfect fit for collaboration. We are really looking forward to adding another great option for barbecue here in Kansas City."

    Blue-B-Cue Menu

    The Blue-B-Cue menu will feature five signature Rufus Teague sauces, all built around the Kansas City-style of thick, rich, smoky, and sweet sauces that start with a tomato base. All sauces are gluten-free, non-GMO and made with only natural ingredients. The five sauces are:

    Honey Sweet – The original. Thick and sweet with a lot of real honey.

    Touch O’ Heat – Similar to Honey Sweet, but with a little spice.

    Whiskey Maple – Bold with maple syrup and a boozy tang.

    Blazin’ Hot – Still sweet and smoky, but with a significant burn. Too hot for most people!

    Slim N’ Sweet Sugar-Free – Sweet and tangy, but prepared with all-natural Stevia instead of sugar.

    The dishes on the Blue-B-Cue menu that the sauces can be paired with are:

    BBQ Back Ribs, full $24; half $16

    Smoked Beef Brisket, $16

    BBQ Pulled Pork, $14

    Smoked Ham, $13

    Smoked Turkey, $13

    All-Natural Smoked Sausage, $15

    Half Ribs Combo – half slab of baby back ribs and choice of one other meat, $20

    Pick 2 Meat Combo – choice of Smoked Beef Brisket, BBQ Pulled Pork, Smoked Ham, Smoked Turkey, or All-Natural Smoked Sausage, $16

    Pick 3 Meat Combo – choice of Smoked Beef Brisket, BBQ Pulled Pork, Smoked Ham, Smoked Turkey, or All-Natural Smoked Sausage, $19 (double Brisket, additional $3)

    Pulled Pork Sandwich – tender, slow-roasted pork tossed in Rufus Teague BBQ sauce and served on a toasted bun and topped with slaw. Choice of French fries, coleslaw, homemade chips, fresh fruit, or cottage cheese. $10.99

    All Blue-B-Cue dishes are served with pickled vegetables, grilled bread, coleslaw, choice of side dish and side of Rufus Teague Touch O’ Heat sauce.

    Every Sunday and Monday, Moose Wangs, bone-in or boneless chicken wings tossed in Rufus Teague Touch O’ Heat sauce, are 65 cents each all day. And on Thursdays, the Rufus Teague Touch O’ Heat BBQ Burger is only $10. The burger is Choice Black Angus ground beef with aged cheddar cheese and crispy onion strings, topped with Rufus Teague’s Touch O’ Heat BBQ sauce on a Farm to Market bun.

    The Blue Moose Red Bridge location is open daily for lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. on Sunday.

  • 05 Feb 2020 11:12 AM | Vickie Wolgast (Administrator)

    The Chamber is pleased to welcome four new members to the South KC Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

    The Chamber’s Board of Directors is comprised of individuals from the medical, business, academic and volunteer communities of the South Kansas City Area. It is the Board’s responsibility to provide counsel and guidance in the direction and operation of the Chamber as well as it is to raise awareness of the Chamber’s services to the surrounding communities.

    New Board members include:

      Bethany Neal, Director of Marketing for KC Hopps / Blue Moose Red Bridge.  Bethany Neal has lived in Kansas City for 12 years. She finished her degree at University of Central Missouri in Hotel & Restaurant Administration. Her first job in Kansas City was in the infant years of the Power and Light District, where she remembers opening just in time for the Big 12 Tournament and St. Patrick’s Day. She joined the KC Hopps Restaurants management group in 2011, managing sales, events and building their growing catering division. When she had a chance to step into a marketing role at KC Hopps, she eagerly put her hat in the ring for the position. She now directs the marketing department for KC Hopps, which includes South KC member, Blue Moose in the Red Bridge Shopping Center. She also oversees the KC Hopps Sales Team and has enjoyed developing her marketing knowledge as an executive with the Home Office Leadership Team.

      Jason Schram, Preconstruction & Estimating Manager Community Service Coordinator with A. L. Huber.  As a skilled estimator, Jason has been a valuable member of the A.L. Huber Estimating and Preconstruction team for 3 years. As an expert at developing and maintaining estimates and preconstruction, Jason is on board early to help determine project costs. He will develop preconstruction project sequencing and coordinate design with the project team. He is especially skilled in faith-based projects of all types. Our clients truly appreciate Jason’s professionalism and attention to detail. He and his wife Val have been married for 20 years and live in South Kansas City. They enjoy hiking and backpacking.

      Zac Sweets, Community Business Manager for Evergy (formerly Kansas City Power & Light).  At Evergy, Zac serves as liaison to local municipal officials in the greater Kansas City region regarding energy needs, outages, or general operations inquires. His job is to engage community organizations, such as Chambers of Commerce, to fulfill the company’s dedication to be a good community partner. Prior to Evergy, Zac worked for a short time with the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce as Public Policy Director. Prior to that, Zac served as Chief of Staff and Legislative Director for the Missouri State Senate Office of Jason Holsman.

      Marissa Cleaver Wamble, Director of Public Information & Partnerships at Hickman Mills C-1 Schools.  Marissa Cleaver Wamble is the Director of Public Information & Partnerships for Hickman Mills C-1 Schools. In that role she serves as spokesperson for the district and is responsible for the website, social media and planning district events. Prior to joining HMC-1, she served as the Vice President of Corporate Communications Port KC. She was also previously a broadcast journalist who worked in media markets across the country. Marissa attended Oklahoma City University and received her graduate degree from Northwestern University. She was born and raised in Kansas City, MO.

  • 04 Feb 2020 3:24 PM | Vickie Wolgast (Administrator)

    St. Joseph Medical Center has added a new psychiatry practice to its campus and expanded the services of one of its psychiatrists to better meet the mental health needs of the area.St. Joseph Psychiatry Associates, located on the campus of St. Joseph Medical Center in Kansas City, Mo., will include the services of psychiatrist Dr. Janet M. Dunn. Dr. Dunn currently sees patients at St. Joseph Medical Center and will continue her inpatient work along with establishing this new outpatient practice.

    Dr. Dunn received her combined six-year degree in 2001 from the University of Missouri—Kansas City with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Doctor of Medicine. She was chief resident in psychiatry at the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago and opened her own private practice before advancing to medical director of ReDiscover, a community mental health organization in Lee’s Summit, Mo., where she provided care in Adult Clinic, Substance Abuse Program, and Partial Hospital.

    In 2010, Dr. Dunn joined Truman Medical Center in Kansas City, Mo. where she served as a staff psychiatrist for five years. For the past five years, she has provided psychiatric physician care with the Midwest Psychiatric Consultants where she treats anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), schizophrenia, and other conditions including diagnosis, evaluation and therapeutic procedures. A member of the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. Dunn is licensed in both Kansas and Missouri. She has contributed to several publications, providing reviews for psychiatric textbooks and online services.

    “St. Joseph Medical Center is delighted to welcome Dr. Dunn to our team. She is a wonderful addition to our already highly skilled Behavioral Health Team,” said Jodi Fincher, CEO of St. Joseph Medical Center. “She brings a vast amount of experience and focus on quality and high-integrity care.”

    The new practice will open in February. 

    Dr. Janet M. Dunn can be contacted at:

    St. Joseph Psychiatry Associates

    930 Carondelet Drive, Suite 201

    Building C-East

    Kansas City, MO 64114

    Tel: (816) 943-7782

    Fax: (816) 943-7783

  • 03 Jan 2020 11:22 AM | Vickie Wolgast (Administrator)

    Would you like to help shape the future of the Hickman Mills area in Kansas City, Mo.? Join us at a public meeting to give input on the Hickman Mills Area Plan update.

    When: Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020, from 5:30pm - 7:00 p.m.

    Where: KCPD South Patrol Division Station, 9701 Marion Park Drive, Kansas City, MO

    Area plans recommend strategies to help realize a community’s long term vision and we’re asking you to help us provide a comprehensive framework to guide public decisions on land use, housing, public improvements, community development and city services. The Hickman Mills Area Plan includes the area generally bound by 87th Street on the north, I-49/71 Highway on the west, the Grandview City Limits on the south and Raytown Road on the east. If you live within those boundaries, this is a great opportunity to give your input on the draft plan! At the meeting, you can expect an overview of the planning process, proposed recommendations for the upcoming plan, and next steps for adoption and implementation. You will have an opportunity to hear these ideas and to provide input to city staff to be included in the final document.

    Visit the Hickman Mills Area Plan web page for more information. If you have questions, please contact Brian Jackson at 816-513-2862

  • 05 Dec 2019 12:46 PM | Vickie Wolgast (Administrator)

    St. Anthony’s Retirement Community welcomed new residents to its beautiful, gated resort-style community just in time for the holidays! Designed for older adults who are 62 years of age and better, St. Anthony’s offers 120 residential living apartment homes and will be adding assisted living and memory support suites in 2020. The retirement community represents a rebirth in the Brookside area as it was formerly a medical office building. Owner Mark Ledom, Sr. likens the revitalization to a miracle, “We put a lot of careful planning and thought into transforming a former well-known community landmark where so many people sought medical treatment into a modern, fresh offering with caring and support still at its core. St. Anthony’s enjoys close ties to the community and will flourish with their support.”

    St. Anthony’s is the culmination of a unique joint venture with Catholic Charities and the Diocese of Kansas City/St. Joseph. With our dedicated St. Anthony’s chapel, the community offers daily mass. Spiritual care is offered to those of other faiths, as all are welcome at St. Anthony’s. Following the four cornerstones of healthy aging highlighted in its Rhythms Life Enrichment program, St. Anthony’s not only fosters spiritual wellness but also offers robust social, intellectual and physical programs to support older adults successful aging.

    “Between all the amazing contacts we have made in the community thus far and the willingness for volunteers to serve, we have a great line up of activities, entertainment and fun to be had!” shared Executive Director Mark Walter. “St. Anthony’s will provide a service to our community that is not present currently. Our secure, state-of-the-art campus will have older adults in our community living their best life.”

    Residents will delight in the culinary creations of Executive Chef Earl Morgan, a former restaurant owner himself and experience in kitchens at Yia Yia’s Euro Bistro and Milanos. With an elegant restaurant, pub and daily happy hour the St. Anthony culinary team will have something to please everyone.

    St. Anthony’s has the management support of Cappella Living Solutions, the consulting and management division of Christian Living Communities, a leader in senior living since 1972. Cappella’s vision is to create communities where aging is honored and celebrated.

    Video/Photo Advisory: Media visits/tours will be accommodated upon request.

    OPEN HOUSE: December 12th, 3-5 pm at 1000 E. 68th Street, Kansas City, MO 64131. Tours highlighting the transformation from medical building to beautiful retirement community will be provided, interviews with team members and residents available. 

  • 20 Nov 2019 2:40 PM | Vickie Wolgast (Administrator)

    The Bill and Peggy Lyons Support School Music program was established in 2003 in order to provide area school districts the opportunity to host the Kansas City Symphony and raise funding in support of fine arts programs. Since its inception, local school music programs have raised more than $158,000 in revenue as a direct result of Support School Music.

    The community concert will be on January 8, 2020 at Center High School at 7:00 pm.  Seating is General Admission. Doors will open at 6:15 pm for seating with the performance beginning at 7:00 pm. The concert will end at approximately 8:30 pm. Tickets are $10.

    To purchase tickets visit : --Look under Current News and Events for the link--

    In addition to the performance itself, the Kansas City Symphony will also work with students in an open rehearsal during the day prior to the public performance.

    Center School District offers a comprehensive arts program to expose students to a wide variety of art including music, theater, and visual arts. Programs begin in elementary school with all students receiving art instruction on a regular basis, including the opportunity to create their own works of art. Performance based activities include band, choral music, a variety of theatrical performances each year, and a wide range of visual arts experiences including public exhibitions of student art work.

    About Jason Seber, David T. Beals III Associate Conductor: Jason Seber is celebrating his fourth year with the Kansas City Symphony, beginning as assistant conductor in the 2016/17 season and being promoted to associate conductor in the 2017/18 season. In this position, he has built a strong rapport with the Kansas City community, leading the Symphony in more than 75 concerts each season in the Classics Uncorked, Pops, Family, Film + Live Orchestra, Young People’s Concerts, KinderKonzerts and Link Up series, as well as Christmas Festival, Symphony in the Flint Hills and many other programs. He made his Classical Series debut in October 2019.

    About the Kansas City Symphony: Founded in 1982, the Kansas City Symphony is a major force in the cultural life of the community. Praised for performances of uncompromising standard, the orchestra is the largest in the region, with 80 full-time musicians, and enjoys a national reputation under the artistic leadership of Music Director Michael Stern. Presenting more than 100 concerts annually in a 42-week season, the Symphony also performs for the Kansas City Ballet and Lyric Opera of Kansas City. Every season comprises an impressive variety of programs that collectively reach more than 200,000 people, including the Symphony’s annual Bank of America Celebration at the Station concert held each Memorial Day weekend.

  • 27 Sep 2019 2:21 PM | Vickie Wolgast (Administrator)

    $300,000 Believe Kansas City Initiative to Help Local Nonprofits Expand Outreach Programs

    Kansas City, Sept. 25, 2019 — AT&T* is committed to helping build a better tomorrow for local youth by addressing the second-leading cause of death for young people in Kansas and Missouri: teen suicide. We’re doing that through a new initiative we call Believe Kansas CitySM. Believe Kansas City is an AT&T-employee initiative utilizing technology, innovation and collaboration to reduce mental health stigma, raise awareness and help mitigate the rise of teen suicides in the Kansas City metropolitan area. 

    Committing more than $300,000 this year, and working with groups in both Kansas and Missouri like Mental Health America of the Heartland and Tri County Mental Health, Believe Kansas City will promote awareness and generate support around youth issues and suicide prevention (the full list of supporting organizations is below).

    Kansas Governor Laura Kelly, state and local elected officials from the greater Kansas City metro area, and Kansas and Missouri community organizations joined AT&T and Children’s Mercy Hospital CEO Paul Kempinski for a discussion on youth mental wellness to kick off today’s public launch of Believe Kansas City, which took place at Children’s Mercy Park.

    “In recent years, Kansas has seen a steady uptick in suicide among young people,” said Kansas Governor Laura Kelly. “It’s encouraging to see efforts to raise awareness, and support young people with mental-health needs through the Believe Kansas City campaign and other initiatives across the metro and statewide in Kansas.”

    “Thank you to AT&T for supporting this initiative and bringing us all together to discuss community-based partnerships and solutions,” said Paul Kempinski, President and CEO of Children’s Mercy. “Collaboration between Children’s Mercy and community agencies, community providers, and legislators will be required to address the growing pediatric mental health needs of our community.”

    “AT&T is proud to support the communities where our employees and customers live, work and play,” said Alyson Woodard, vice president/general manager, Mid States Region. “Believe Kansas City is a grassroots, employee driven initiative with the goal of making an impact on a local issue. When we discovered that our local community was above the national average in the area of youth suicide, we felt compelled to act. We have a responsibility to support the health and well-being of our Kansas City metropolitan area and want to do what we can to support community agencies that strive to reduce the prevalence of youth suicide and reduce the level of stigma often associated with mental health conditions.”

    Today’s discussion is only the start of our Believe Kansas City efforts. Over the coming weeks and months AT&T will also connect employees, family and friends with a range of volunteer activities:

    • ·         #ZeroReasonsWhy march and rally on Sunday, September 29th from 1 – 3 p.m. at Mill Creek Park on the Country Club Plaza. Zero Reasons Why is a campaign led by teens who are telling their story, disrupting the epidemic of teen suicide, and changing the conversation around mental health in the Kansas City area.
    • ·         Out of the Darkness Greater Kansas City Walk on Saturday, October 5th from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Swope Park to raise awareness and funds that allow the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to invest in new research, create educational programs, advocate for public policy and support survivors of suicide loss.
    • ·         The Northland Youth Leadership Summits, middle school and high school leadership programs giving students the opportunity to enhance their leadership skills and increase knowledge on topics that impact the health/safety of adolescents. Tuesday, October 8th and Wednesday, October 9th from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Platte Woods United Methodist Church.

    Participating Organizations:

    • ·         Children’s Mercy Hospital: Supporting integration of mental health components in the MyCare Tracker app
    • ·         #ZeroReasonsWhy: Supporting #ZeroReasonsWhy storytelling and community mobilization campaign expansion throughout the Kansas City metro
    • ·         InterUrban Art House & Arts as Mentorship: Supporting community art effort promoting mental wellness in the greater Kansas City community
    • ·         Mental Health America of the Heartland: Supporting expansion of mental health programming in public schools
    • ·         Friends of Johnson County Mental Health: Supporting #ZeroReasonsWhy campaign march and rally on September 29th
    • ·         Headquarters, Inc./Kansas Suicide Prevention Resource Center: Supporting ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)
    • ·         ReDiscover: Implementation of #ZeroReasonsWhy among Missouri school districts
    • ·         Tri County Mental Health: Supporting Northland Leadership Summit and the How Full is Your Cup Campaign
    • ·         First Call: Supporting expansion of Signs of Suicide, Youth Mental Health First Aid and Mental Health First Aid programs in public and charter schools
    • ·         Rockhurst University: Supporting Active Minds Chapter programming


    *About AT&T Communications

    We help family, friends and neighbors connect in meaningful ways every day. From the first phone call 140+ years ago to mobile video streaming, we innovate to improve lives. We have the nation’s fastest wireless network.** And according to America’s biggest test, we have the nation’s best wireless network.*** We’re building FirstNet just for first responders and creating next-generation mobile 5G. With a range of TV and video products , we deliver entertainment people love to talk about. Our smart, highly secure solutions serve nearly 3 million global businesses – nearly all of the Fortune 1000. And worldwide, our spirit of service drives employees to give back to their communities.

  • 25 Sep 2019 4:09 PM | Vickie Wolgast (Administrator)

    Only four years ago, St. Joseph Medical Center was on life-support. When Interim CEO Jodi Fincher arrived in 2016, she was handed a $101-million loss in revenues from the previous year. Profitability was at an all-time low, as was the reputation of the hospital.

    But new owner Prime Healthcare has a history of turning community hospitals around, and St. Joseph Medical Center is a case study in how a Catholic hospital can stay a Catholic hospital –flourishing financially without losing its Catholic Identity.

    This month, St. Joseph Medical Center was recognized by the Kansas City Business Journal as one of the “Fast 50,” which names the top 50 fastest-growing private companies in KC. Recipients were selected based on average annual revenue growth between 2016 and 2018. St. Joseph Medical Center was ranked #7. Fincher was also honored in the publication’s “Women Who Mean Business” awards, acknowledging exceptional area businesswomen for the past 20 years. Fincher, a former nurse, credits the hospital’s turnaround on a combination of cost-cutting measures, adherence to clinical best practices, growth, and a hands-on, “lean C-suite” Prime Healthcare business model that she embraces. 

    “Nothing happens in the hospital that our senior leadership team is not acutely and immediately aware of. When an issue needs to be fixed, and there’s nobody else to deploy, we will deploy ourselves. Whether approving a new blanket warmer so patients are comfortable, or hiring a new physician to expand our services, every decision comes down to serving our patients, employees and our community.”

    After only three years, Fincher has seen St. Joseph’s revenue reach $714.6 million. “We continue to move forward and are laser-focused on growth, quality care, and our community,” Fincher says. “We don’t settle for best practices; we go beyond them.” 

    As proof, the hospital has received numerous industry-wide awards and recognition in the past few years, including awards for its new comprehensive Senior Care Services program. The program includes a senior-friendly emergency room, $1.6 million 23-bed inpatient Senior Behavioral Health center, and an outpatient senior clinic. Since acquisition Prime has infused over 40 million in capital improvements which included state-of-the-art radiology equipment, new windows, updated telemetry monitoring system, new call light system, and all new hospital beds. 

    “To better meet the special needs of our seniors, we combined state-of-the-art technology and world-class expertise along with a little common sense and compassion,” says Fincher.

    Hospital board members admit they were deeply concerned in 2016, but at last month’s board meeting, the results were obvious. “We were so pleased to hear of the new needed changes in the hospital,” says board member, Sister Helen Flemington. “The administration, doctors, nurses and all employees have turned around every aspect of St. Joseph Medical Center. In a word, we are strong.” 

    Other awards and improvements since Prime Healthcare acquired St. Joseph included:

    • Healthgrades Patient Safety Excellence Award 2019
    • Named among the top 5% in the Nation for Patient Safety in 2019
    • Named among the 5% in the nation for Coronary Intervention Procedures in 2019
    • Healthgrades five-star recipient for treatment of stroke 2019
    • Hospital Compare Top 5 KC Hospital for treating severe sepsis and septic shock
    • Center of Medicare and Medicaid 4 Star Rating

    Today, Fincher is also focusing on increasing surgical volume, adding clinics to serve more members of the community, and even looking to reopen the obstetrics facility. “St. Joseph is one of only two Catholic hospitals left in Kansas City that are fully sponsored by the diocese,” Fincher says. “Our mandate continues to be World-Class Healthcare with a servant heart.”

  • 29 Aug 2019 12:47 PM | Vickie Wolgast (Administrator)

    In 1969, Richard M. Nixon was sworn in as the 37th President of the United States, nearly half a million gathered on a farm in upstate New York to take part in the Woodstock music festival, and, here a bit closer to home, three of the five Metropolitan Community College campuses opened their doors. MCC-Longview, MCC-Maple Woods and MCC-Penn Valley will be holding a number of special events throughout this school year to celebrate their 50th Anniversary.

    Some of the planned activities include alumni recognition reception and completion of 50 service projects (Longview), a 1960s horror-themed haunted barn (Maple Woods), and holiday parties with retirees (all three campuses).

    To ensure you get information about 50th Anniversary events – we request that people who attended or graduated from Longview contact us. Please email us through and provide the following information:

    • ·         Subject Line: 50th Anniversary Celebration
    • ·         Your full name now and when you attended MCC-Longview (if different)
    • ·         Current email address, mailing address, and phone number
    • ·         What years you attended and/or graduated from MCC-Longview
    • ·         Any other colleges you attended
    • ·         What you’re doing now

    Learn more about the 50th anniversary activities online at

  • 29 Aug 2019 12:35 PM | Vickie Wolgast (Administrator)

    Peter Scheuer has spent 17 years at Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technology (National Security Campus) in Kansas City, MO.  His current position is Senior Learning & Development Manager. His previous position held was Senior Health, Safety, & Environment Manager; and co-lead an effort to establish an Advanced Manufacturing Center for the campus supporting Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology.

    In 2017, Peter worked a special assignment as the contingency planning project lead for the bargaining unit contract expiration. Previously, he held several positions in Engineering including Product Engineer, Project Manager, and Technical Manager. As a project manager for a new facility site transition he had responsibility for planning and relocation of factory production space, combustible dust and dust collector systems, and establishment of a chemical management system.

    Prior to joining FM&T in 2003, Peter held Product and Process Engineering positions at Corning Fiber Optics and Boeing Phantom Works.

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