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This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jul 26 2021 - 4:56am

Wednesday, July 28, 2021, Wesley Church East Lawn

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - Its predicted partly sunny with a high of 93 degrees, so we will be on the Wesley East Lawn. Consistent with Wesley Church policy, wear your mask and please review the entire Wesley Meeting Policy at the end of last week's eblast. Don't forget your camp chair!

  • Fishing Merit Instruction with demonstrations and games to be presented by the Scouts and leaders. The goal is to complete all Fishing Merit Badge requirements through this meeting and the campout with fishing from Depoe Bay. Link to Fishing Merit Badge Worksheet: http://usscouts.org/mb/worksheets/fishing.pdf (Copies will also be passed out at the meeting, so bring your writing stick to start the merit badge!) Fishing Merit Badge Book attached to a follow-up email.
  • Final signup for the Depoe Bay Deep Charter Sea Fishing trip July 30 - August 1st. There is space available for additional guests on this charter. See trip details below.
  • Camp Melakwa signup continues. Turn in BSA Medical Form A,B,C (includes the exam) together with a copy of both sides of your insurance card to RN Suzanne Rodriguez. (This camp does not require a copy of your vaccination card, test result, or quarantine proof; but a parent must sign the Covid Waiver and there will be a Covid Screening on departure.) Merit Badge signups will be at the camp using traditional blue cards, but each Scout will fill out a merit badge planner at the troop meetings in advance. The BSA Medical Form, Parent's Letter, List of Things to Bring, and Merit Badge Schedule Planner are attached.
  • The 2021-22 Scout Activity Allowance Agreement is available for signature by Scouts and Parents at meetings. After signing the agreement, each Scout and parent or adult partner should signup for at least two dates for the Game Day Parking and three Autzen Parking Lot Cleanup Fundraisers. Please bring family calendars so that available dates can be chosen. This year there are a couple of fun spots open for adults during the fundraising; contact Tony Reyneke at 541-206-9455, treyneke53@gmail.com to discuss.

Friday, July 30th - Sunday, August 1st, Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina, 1676 Siletz Highway, Lincoln City on the Siletz River

Meet at Wesley Church on Friday, July 30th at 5:30 p.m. for a departure by 6:00 p.m. to Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina in just over two hours. Google maps suggested fastest route: Beltline to I-5 to Corvallis/Newport Highway, to Toledo, then OR 229N to the Coyote Rock Resort. Eat before we go, bring a sack dinner, or fast food likely at Corvallis. Bring your tent or check out a troop tent and tarp for camping on the lawn at the Coyote Park RV Resort. The resort has a fire ring, flag, showers, and tetherball.

After breakfast and lunch preparation Saturday, its 15 minutes south to Depoe Bay for the 11 a.m. check in at DockSide Charters with a 11:30 a.m departure to the ocean for the five hour fishing trip. We will take our lunches/drinks packed at camp. Be sure to bring a jacket/wind breaker as a prevailing north wind is common in the afternoon. Have your Oregon Fishing License in your possession when you get on the boat. (Available at Bi-mart, Cabelelas or similar. Youth 12-17 are $10.; adult Oregon resident $44.)

The crew provides instruction/information, poles, tackle, and bait on the boat. Various whales, sea lions, harbor seals, and ocean birds may be seen and noted for the Second Class wildlife requirement. Fish cleaning instruction and vacuum packing at the dock. Each Scout will have an opportunity to clean a fish and cook one later during the fish fry back at camp to satisfy those merit badge requirements. The troop will have coolers and ice to transport the expected extra rockfish and lingcod home to be shared among the participants.

Per troop policy, the troop will cover the campground fees and split (50/50) the $85.@ charter fee and cost of the cleaning/vaccum packing between the troop and Scout Activity Allowance; courtesy to adult drivers. Those fishing must purchase and have an Oregon Fishing License in their possession. Per policy, please don't forget to bring $12.@ to the meeting Wednesday or at departure Friday to cover the cost of the four meals through Sunday provided by the troop.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jul 26 2021 - 4:52am

Wednesday, July 21, 2021, Wesley Church East Lawn

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting - It's predicted sunny with a high of 81 degrees, so we will be on the Wesley east lawn. Consistent with Wesley Church policy, wear your mask and please review the entire new Wesley meeting policy at the end of this eblast.

  • Wednesday is National Hot Dog Day, so distance six feet by household and enjoy one of Kirkland's Finest prepared on the grill.
  • At 7:30 p.m. we will break for a special meeting with Troop Treasurer Tony Reyneke to plan for this year's UO Game Day Parking and Cleanups. Each Scout must attend with a parent. There will be a presentation of the 2021-22 Scout Activity Allowance Agreement for signature. After signing the agreement, those attending will have first choice of dates for the Parking and Cleanup Fundraisers. Please bring family calendars so that available dates can be chosen. This year there are a couple of fun spots open for key leaders during the fundraising.

Other business Wednesday:

  • Camp Baker merit badge results will be available if emailed to us by the camp prior to this meeting.
  • Final signup for the Depoe Bay Deep Charter Sea Fishing trip July 30 - August 1st, so that we may finally confirm the number of spots to hold on the boat. See trip details below.
  • Camp Melakwa signup continues. Turn in BSA Medical FORM A,B,C (includes the exam) together with a copy of both sides of your insurance card to Suzanne Rodriguez. (This camp does not require a copy of your vaccination card, test result, or quarantine proof; but a parent must sign the Covid Waiver and there will be a Covid Screening on departure.) Merit Badge signups will be at the camp using traditional blue cards, but each Scout will fill out a merit badge planner at the troop meetings in advance.

THE TRAIL AHEAD

July 30 - August 1, 2021 - Depoe Bay Deep Sea Fishing and Coastal Camping
Camping in the meadow at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina. Signup at meetings for one of our reserved spots with Dockside Charters of Depoe Bayfor deep sea fishing. Charter check in at Depoe Bay will be at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 31st for the five hour cruise. Fishing merit badge requirements can be completed.

Probable whale watching of the Depoe Bay pod and visiting whales as well in late July. The $85. per Scout group rate to be split 50/50 between the troop and the Scout Activity Allowance along with the cost of cleaning and packing. Trip participants will be informed and pay the cost of the meals for the troopcook as well as the cost of their own fishing licenses.

August 8-14, 2021 - Camp Melakwa Summer Camp
(see separate emails and attachments of June 16th or Camp Melakwa Leader's Guide at otcbsa.org. Final signups by Wednesday, July 28th would be appreciated as the troop must plan for the 17 meals in our campsite at this primitive.)

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Guidelines for all Groups Meeting on Wesley Church Property
July 6, 2021

Meeting Outside

  1. Groups of people who are fully vaccinated may meet outside without masks or distancing at the discretion of the participants, however, if any participant is not vaccinated, masks are required when any participant may be within 6 ft. of any other participant.
  2. Consuming food and beverages is permitted, however, anyone not vaccinated must distance themselves 6 ft. by household.
  3. Singing is permitted outside but, under our bishop’s guidelines, everyone is required to wear a mask when singing.

Meeting Inside

  1. Groups of people who are fully vaccinated may meet inside without masks or distancing at the discretion of the group’s leader(s) unless there is anyone attending the meeting who is not vaccinated in which case, all meeting attendees must wear a mask and distance themselves 6 ft. by household.
  2. Consuming food and beverages inside is permitted unless anyone attending the meeting is not vaccinated in which case food and beverages are not permitted to be consumed by anyone.
  3. Singing is permitted inside only by small groups of 10 or fewer fully vaccinated people. No one who is not vaccinated may be present when any singing is happening indoors.

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jul 6 2021 - 2:44am

Wednesday, July 7, 2021, Wesley Church East Lawn

6:00 p.m. PLC Meeting for Camp Baker - troop and patrol organization.
7:00 p.m. Troop Camp Meeting - summer uniforms.

Departure Meeting for Camp Baker, final document collection if not previously turned in: Scout and adult leader BSA Medical Form Parts ABC; attach copy of both sides of your insurance card, copy of your Covid Vaccination card + 12 if you have one, signed Oregon Trail Council Covid Waiver, and the Special Diet Request Form if applicable. (Advance form copies available at otcbsa.org, camping, Camp Baker.) Adults staying overnight for one or more nights at OTC Camp Baker Summer Camp must complete YPT at My.Scouting.org, then fill out and submit the adult registration form with the YPT certificate to the troop or Scout Service Center. The troop will pay your fee from our registration account. The background investigation will then be processed to complete your registration. Adults must also have the BSA Medical Form ABC if staying in camp more than 72 hours, if an adult is staying less than 72 hours, BSA Form AB will suffice, but you will not receive a buddy tag for the Waterfront. (All Scouts must have BSA Medical Form ABC to attend camp.)

If not fully vaccinated, then you must: 1. Have a negative Covid test less than 36 hours before arriving at camp (over the counter test acceptable) or 2. 14 day pre-camp quarantine. (On the Covid test for the unvaccinated, Dr. Williams advises: In regards to the Covid test, you can get this fairly easily with an appointment at Walgreens or Peace Health Urgent care. There are other options, but these are the two that I and my family have used. I am not sure if there is a cost difference. Both offer drive thru testing. There is one at Valley River, Eugene Covid Clinic, but it is significantly more expensive. I assume the Scouts are accepting a PCR or Rapid Antigen test. Usually the Antigen test is faster and less expensive. I could not find anything in the online leaders guide that indicates a preference for which test.

If using the 14 day pre-camp quarantine method, attach a parental note certifying: "The participate has refrained from attending any large gatherings with multiple members from different families: camps, reunions, sporting events, etc. 14 days prior to arriving at Camp Baker."

Troop organization and campsites for Camp Baker. (Due to the size of our troop group, the camp is requiring us to divide into two patrols in two separate campsites.) A primer on Camp Covid Protocols, departure and return information, printouts of schedules for Scouts, what to bring and not bring to camp (MB Blue Cards will be given at camp).

  • Confirm transportation for Camp Baker.
  • Scout Camp Pioneering Projects.
  • Load Troop Trailer for Camp Baker.

Sunday, July 21, 2019 - Departure for Camp Baker

Meet at the Buena Vista School Parking Lot at 9:30 a.m. - due to Services at Wesley Church - for an 10:00 a.m. departure for Camp Baker or when all the paperwork is ready to go, whichever comes first.

  • Final turn in of the forms mentioned above that were due at Wednesday evening's meeting.
  • OTC Pre-Event Covid Screening Checklist procedure for each participant.
  • This year Camp Baker is requiring that the Scouts turn their trading post money over so that their troop can deposit it with the camp on arrival in their names. We will collect at departure in envelopes labels by Scout name and amount. Electronic records will be kept by the camp and a refund check (if there is anything left over) for each family will be sent through the troop after camp with a detailed list of deposits and purchases. At different places in the Camp Leader's Guide the camp says Scouts typically bring $60. - $90.; at another place its says the average Scout spends about $90. during the week. The troop suggests the average Scout bring about $30. for snacks plus the cost of merit badge supplies and kits, the cost of which will vary. (Complimentary camp t-shirts and camp patches will be provided. We suggest Scouts bring their pocketknife from home rather than buy another, plus this camp is not offering the Woodcarving Merit Badge. The troop will bring a merit badge book library, so they do not need to be purchased.) We will ask the Parent Committee to take a vote Wednesday night to allow the Scouts to purchase their merit badge supplies through the troop to be charged back to their Scout Activity Allowances. Rather than provide cash at departure, you can write a check for your son's trading post money made payable to OTC.
  • Highway 126W to Florence, south on Highway 101 to Dunes City, left on Boy Scout Road to Camp Baker, for an on time opening of the locked camp gate at 12 noon at Camp Baker. (There is room to wait on the gravel camp road in line for the gate to be unlocked.) Being on time may help with the completion of the medical re-checks on Sunday afternoon. Per the camp, Scouts should travel with Scouts from their assigned patrol. Pack per the list provided at troop meetings and available at www.otcbsa.org, camping, Camp Baker. Wear your Scout uniform and Scout slacks with troop neckerchiefs for departure and all Scouts not yet First Class Rank and Scouts expecting to complete Star or Life Ranks at camp must bring their Scout Handbooks to camp. (Uniforms will be needed in camp for breakfast/dinner meals and Camp Baker camp fires as well as any Boards of Review.)
  • Bring sack lunches to eat on the way (at an agreed upon stop) or after arrival as the first dining hall meal in camp will not be until Sunday evening. Bring bathing suits and towels for the swim test, which won't be until Monday this year. (Even if the Scout is not yet ready for the swimmer test, the troop encourages taking the swim test as it includes some Second and First Class Scout requirements as explained at Troop Meetings. A Scout who does not pass the swimmer test this year, may still pass the beginner test which meets a Second Class Requirement and allows him to use the beginner area at the waterfront and practice his swimming ability in the lake. A Scout who has not passed the Swimmer test may still go out in a row boat with an adult swimmer.)
  • Provide all medications (prescription and non-prescription) in a zip lock bag in their original labeled containers per Oregon State Health standards to the troop on departure. Label nonprescription medication with name and dosage. Medications are kept by the troop at camp, except emergency medications (epi-pens, rescue inhalers, emergency insulin, nitro, and other immediate use emergency medication) are kept with the owner. Owners are responsible to take their emergency use medication with them on hikes and out bound activities.
  • On arrival at Camp Baker troops will check in one troop/patrol at a time. Wait at your vehicle until the whole troop has arrived and we have been called. First, the troop's account will be settled and patrol rosters will be turned in with the trading post money envelopes. Then each patrol (we will have two) check in with their assigned adult registered leaders, one at a time, and go through medical re-checks and another Covid Screening. At this time each Scout and adult will be given their BSA Medical ABC with attachments to individually present. If everyone, then patrol goes form its gear and the next troop/patrol is called forward only after the last one has cleared then gate with gear.
  • No troop meeting at Wesley Church on July 14th during Camp Baker.

THE TRAIL AHEAD

July 30 - August 1, 2021 - Depoe Bay Deep Sea Fishing and Coastal Camping
Camping in the meadow at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina. Signup at meetings for one of our reserved spots with Dockside Charters of Depoe Bay for deep sea fishing. Charter check in at Depoe Bay will be at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 31st for the five hour cruise. Fishing merit badge requirements can be completed. Probable whale watching of the Depoe Bay pod and visiting whales as well in late July. The $85.00 per Scout group rate to be split 50/50 between the troop and the Scout Activity Allowance.

August 8-14, 2021 - Camp Melakwa Summer Camp
(see separate emails and attachments of June 16th or Camp Melakwa at otcbsa.org)

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jun 28 2021 - 2:59pm

Wednesday, June 30, 2021, Alton Baker Canoe Canal
(Park at the Science Factory, not Alton Baker Park)

6:30 p.m. Natural area Canoe Trip on the Alton Baker Canoe Canal to the Chevy Chase Ponds. Come early this week by 6:30 p.m. so we can be underway on the canal by 7:00 p.m. Arrive and park in the parking lot adjacent to the Science Factory (MLK, Jr. Blvd. to Leo Harris Parkway, to the parking lot), then its a three minute walk under the white metal entry and across the footbridge to where the canoes will be waiting. Won't be too hot, but the weather looks good. PFDs will be provided and worn. Bathing suits or shorts with be fine with the troop or scout t-shirt. Wear water shoes, sandals, or similar; not bare feet as there will be a very short portage at the low dam. Water bottles encouraged. We will be back in and off the water well before dusk at this time of the year.

  • Signups continue for summer camps and other trips including the Depot Bay Deep Sea Fishing Trip on July 30 - August 1st.
  • Scout Medical forms and their attachments as well as the merit badge planners for the summer camps can be turned in this Wednesday at a bench near the canoe canal. So please continue to bring them.
  • The troop shifts to summer uniform this week until the Wednesday after Labor Day. Summer uniform is a troop t-shirt, camp t-shirt, or scout activity t-shirt in place of the uniform shirt. Scout uniforms should still be worn to Boards of Review, Courts of Honor and taken to summer camps for Flags, Vespers, and Campwide Campfires.

THE TRAIL AHEAD

July 7, 2021, 7:00 p.m., Wesley Church
Important Departure Troop Meeting for Camp Baker

July 11-17, 2021 - Camp Baker Summer Camp
(see separate emails and attachments of June 16th or Camp Baker at otcbsa.org) Snorkeling has been added to the Camp Baker waterfront program, but you must bring your won snorkeling gear. A Scuba Class with an extra fee was full for our week. A second class may be added.

July 30 - August 1, 2021 - Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina
Depoe Bay Deep Sea Fishing and Coastal Camping in the meadow at Coyote Rock RV Resort & Marina. Signup at meetings for one of our reserved spots with Dockside Charters of Depoe Bay for deep sea fishing. Charter check in at Depoe Bay will be at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 31st for the five hour cruise. Fishing merit badge requirements can be completed. Probable whale watching of the Depoe Bay pod and visiting whales as well in late July. The $85. per Scout group rate to be split 50/50 between the troop and the Scout Activity Allowance.

August 8-14, 2021 - Camp Melakwa Summer Camp
(see separate emails and attachments of June 16th or Camp Melakwa at otcbsa.org)

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jun 25 2021 - 4:31pm

Wednesday, June 23, 2021, Wesley Church (East Lawn)

6:30 p.m. Venture Scout Meeting - Bring your ideas for the Summer Venture Activity

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting (Be sure to bring your folding camp chairs, sit with family households, mask up, and distance. The weather will be fine Wednesday evening.)

  • Signup begins for the July 31st Depoe Bay Deep Sea Fishing Trip with Dockside Charters.
  • Theme: Pioneering and its practical applications through Scouting's ranks. Followed by Pioneering Games.
  • Plus an chance for New Scouts to complete Tenderfoot Requirement 6a. - first set of Tenderfoot Exercises and record the results. Bring Handbooks.
  • Merit Badge Signups for Camp Baker and Melakwa. Print out confirmations for Scouts who requested Camp Baker merit badge classes at last week's meeting. Changes can be made.
  • Closing - Special Memorial Day Flag Placement Awards

Sunday, June 27, 2021, Oregon Trail Council Service Center, 2525 MLK Jr. Blvd., Eugene

7:00 p.m. Dimitri Lilles Eagle Court of Honor on the grounds at St. George Greek Orthodox Church, reception following. (Rehearsal before at 6:00 p.m. for those in the ceremony.)

Monday, June 28, 2021, Wesley Church (Troop Garage)

7:00 p.m. PLC Meeting - Planning for summer activities.

THE TRAIL AHEAD

July 11-17, 2021 - Camp Baker Summer Camp (see separate email)

July 31, 2021 - Depoe Bay Deep Sea Fishing and Coastal Camping

Signup at meetings for one of our reserved spots with Dockside Charters of Depoe Bay for deep sea fishing. Charter check in will be at 11:30 a.m. for the five hour cruise. Fishing merit badge requirements can be completed. Probable whale watching of the Depoe Bay pod and visiting whales as well in late July. The $85. per Scout group rate to be split 50/50 between the troop and the Scout Activity Allowance.

August 8-14, 2021 - Camp Melakwa Summer Camp (see separate email)

This Week at Troop 100

Posted on Jun 14 2021 - 10:04pm

Wednesday, June 16, 2021, Wesley Church

7:00 p.m. Troop Meeting (Be sure to bring your folding camp chairs, sit with family households, mask up, and distance. The weather looks sunny at this time, with highs near 80.)

  • Final signup up for this weekend's camping trip to Beverly Beach State Park. Please read the trip details below. Surf fishing, kites, camp cooking, and transportation for unaccompanied Scouts to be planned at the meeting.
  • Tenderfoot exercises begin for New Scouts, see Scout Handbook, TF requirements pages 443.
  • Signup for summer camp merit badges begins at our troop meeting this week. At Camp Baker the troop will go to the six activity areas as a group, twice during the week, on a rotating schedule, so that each Scout must choose at least one merit badge or activity at each activity area: shooting sports, aquatics, scout skills, nature, handicraft, and COPE/Climbing. Two sessions are also reserved for Dunes/Campsite. This week we will review the merit badges/activities and the Scouts can indicate their preferences and consider whether they would like to do badges with a buddy or as a group. The troop will the enter the Scout's choices in the online troop signup for Camp Baker.
  • At Camp Melakwa, the troop will go to five activity areas, three times during the week for shorter periods, with each Scout choosing at least one merit badge or activity for each area: shooting sports, aquatics, scout skills, nature, crafts, and climbing. This year the Trail to First Class will be conducted by the troops in their campsites at Camp Melakwa.
  • Neither camp will offer Lifesaving Merit Badge this year, so Troop 100 will explore independent instruction at another time. The merit badges are listed in the Leader's Guides for both camps at otcbsa.org, click Camps, then Camp Baker or Melakwa.
  • Signup continues for Camp Baker (July 11-17) and Camp Melakwa (August 8-14). An annual medical exam is required to attend these camps for more than 72 hours. Go to otcbsa.org, click Camping, click Camp Baker or Melakwa, click Annual Health and Medical Record to print out the form. If you already had your exam with Dr. Williams at a troop meeting, but took the form home, be sure to bring your form back to the troop this week fully filled out with insurance and health history.
  • Scouts going to Camp Baker must attach a copy of their Covid vaccination + 12 to their health history. If not vaccinated, you must pass a Covid test 24-36 hours prior to your arrival at camp or self isolate for 14 days prior to arriving at camp. R.N. Suzanne Rodriquez volunteered to manage the medical forms this year and will be at Camp Baker. Please advise Suzanne of any dietary restrictions as soon as possible so that they can be reported now for camp dining hall planning. There is a form to fill out for the Camp Baker kitchen which can be printed from Leader's Guide.
  • For Camp Melakwa, note dietary restrictions in the medical form, as the troop will be providing the food in the campsite. At departure for both camps, a pre-event Covid Screening will be completed and a Covid Waiver must be parentally signed. On departure, medications must be given to the Troop Medical Officer (Suzanne) in their original containers with any additional dosing instructions (a zip lock bag works for multiple medication containers). Should Oregon "reopen" at 70% with first shot before camp, we will advise of any changes.
  • Order forms are now being accepted this year for Troop T-shirts and clothing with the troop logos. Please fill out the attached form and submit at troop meetings or to Sheridan Haggas as indicated. Payment will be from your Scout Activity Allowance.

Thursday, June 17, 2021, By Zoom

7:00 p.m. Parent Committee Meeting - Zoom link to be sent. Medical and Covid requirements for Camp Baker, Transportation for Camp Baker, Confirmation of July 31st Depoe Bay Charter Fishing and Camping Trip.

Friday - Sunday, June 18-20, Beverly Beach State Park Coastal Camping.

The Evarts have volunteered to host a camp for Troop 100 at Beverly Beach State Park south of Newport and have sites E35 and E37 reserved on the E Loop Friday, June 18th through Sunday June 20th. David Evarts can be reached at 541-913-5295, devarts@uoregon.edu.

  • Scouts are welcome to camp one or more nights through the weekend. Each site allows up to eight persons with no limitation on the number of tents, as long as they fit the site, and 1 vehicle per site. Additional vehicles may be parked in the overflow parking area at $7. per vehicle per night. A final signup will be taken at the troop meeting Wednesday evening to insure sufficient camping space and departure plans for Scouts signing up to attend unaccompanied by family will be settled at the meeting.
  • Expect expert instruction in surf fishing and clam digging from Robbie Cooper with kite flying and a nature program in the park. A youth fishing license, age 12-17, that includes fishing and shellfish is $10. and available at Cabela's or BiMart. (The tags would need to added for crabbing or shellfish.) Details discussed at the troop meeting including the poles and tackle being brought for troop use.
  • Plan to bring your own equipment and tents. Any troop tents, tarps and equipment should be checked out Wednesday evening. The Evarts will set up a camp kitchen, but you are welcome to bring your personal gear as well. Buddy cooking unless the group going should decide on some group meals at the troop meeting Wednesday evening.

Sunday, June 27, 2021, St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 202 Hillview 1, Eugene, OR 97408

3:00 p.m. Dimitri Lilles Eagle Court of Honor on the grounds at St. George Greek Orthodox Church, reception following. (Rehearsal before at 2:00 p.m. for those in the ceremony.)

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