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  November 10th, 2016  Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity Current News RSS/XML Feed

Habitat ReStore welcomes new Donation Ambassadors

Please join us in welcoming the 2 newest members of our ReStore Family

Philip Reed (pictured right) and his wife Regina Rene Reed reside in Williamsburg WV . Philip is retired from the United States Army having been stationed in such places such as Fort Worth Tx, Saudi Arabia , Korea , Germany and many others .

Philip and his wife have 3 children Cody, Chelsea, and Chase and two grandchildren and a third due this month

Josh Stiltner (pictured left) and his wife Rachel reside in Lewisburg WV. Josh is an active member of his church Lamplight Baptist in Roanoke VA with an emphasis on youth ministry. Josh has worked many years in the Logistics field and is excited to have the opportunity to help the community as much as he can .

Josh and his wife have a two year old son named Jeffery .

 


  September 2nd, 2016  Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity Current News RSS/XML Feed

Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity welcomes new Executive Director, Lori Greene July 1, 2016

Lori & Kevin Greene reside in Lewisburg, WV. Together they have 4 children; Lindsey (19), Maddie (13), Blake (12), and Emma (5).

“My husband and I met while working on Habitat for Humanity community projects. We fell in love with the work that Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity was doing in our community.”

Lori spent over 25 years working in the hospitality industry at both The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, WV and The Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, VA. She was a Food & Beverage Executive and Certified Specialists of Wine. 

“After volunteering on the annual Women Build event held each year by Habitat for Humanity International and Almost Heaven Habitat, I was bit by the Habitat bug!  I loved working with my girls that day.  Seeing an event such as that through their eyes, seeing them becoming humanitarians and interacting with the partner families is life changing.  I went home yearning for more!  When Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity offered me the position of operations manager, I could not have been more pleased.”

“I am truly humbled to have been considered for the position of Executive Director and I look forward to serving the families of Greenbrier County.”


  September 2nd, 2016  Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity Current News RSS/XML Feed

Please join us in welcoming our newest partner family! Jay & Angela Ramsey May 6, 2016

Jay and Angela Ramsey have 2 children; Lilly 8 and River 1. Jay enjoys creating various art pieces using several different mediums. Angela reads for pleasure. Lilly likes to read and draw and River likes to see if she can chew on things and make messes.

Angela is a full-time student and Jay works at Diversified Assessment and Therapeutic Services.

The Ramsey family currently live in a two bedroom second floor apartment. Beforehand, they have lived in two houses. The most recent house had no working heat, the hot water never warmed up, and had asbestos siding. Also, the windows would not open or close without a lot of effort, the wood stove poured smoke when in use, the walls and floors had mold, and heaters were not enough to heat the house due to poor wiring. Along with the problems overall with the living conditions of the house itself, the location is unsafe with someone trying to steal their car in front of the house. The house before that was an old farmhouse that had the chimney falling in and a not working wooden stove.

In regards to the “sweat equity”, Angela has worked in the ReStore and Jay worked on the summer elms build site. They have also attended all their meetings.

In owning a habitat home, the Ramsey family will be able to have safe affordable housing that they are working towards owning. A habitat home for the Ramseys will provide a stable upraising for the children where they can have a place to call their home for an extended period of time in which the girls can go to the same school for years. They can settle down and grow as a family. They are grateful towards all the “so many caring people who are willing to help” with their home build. In their gratitude for the volunteers and donors, they said “we thank you more than words can say and truly appreciate the help and support.”

The Ramsey’s home is being built on lot #10  of the Summer Elms Development.

 


  September 2nd, 2016  Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity Current News RSS/XML Feed

Welcome to partner family, Sarah Payne & Nina Bowes May 4th, 2016

Congratulations to Sarah Payne and her mother Nina Bowes, who have just been selected as Future Habitat for Humanity Homebuyers in Greenbrier County! We are so exciting to be able to join them on this journey!

​Sarah Payne is a social worker at the Emergency shelter for the Children’s Home Society and is continuing her education in a Master’s program. Her mother, Nina Bowes, is a disabled Army veteran. Nina became disabled due to a back injury whilst working at the turkey farm that was exacerbated by an injury from falling while serving in Germany.

Sarah and Nina have both worked hard and have been moving around do to financial difficulty. They currently live in the homestead that was passed down after the death of Sarah’s grandfather. Prior, the daughter and mother lived in a condemned house in Lewisburg. The current house is old and was a restored shack to begin with.

A house for Sarah is a promise of a future where she can take care of her mother and offering a home for children without one. Sarah applied for a home in May 2015 while looking for housing options in Greenbrier County and had happened upon the Habitat for Humanity office. She did not expect to be accepted as there were several other families during the application class. When accepted, Sarah was extremely grateful and her mother was excited with the news.

Sarah’s “sweat equity” has included working at the ReStore office and assisting in placing the foundation of her home. Interaction with the volunteers working on her home has showed Sarah “the kindness that people hold”.

For Sarah and Nina, life has been challenging with various obstacles involving their living, financial, and health situations, which has garnered their appreciation for those who are aiding in taking some of the burdens of life off their shoulders. Sarah stated “I can never express how grateful I am for your selfless service. I want you to know I wouldn’t be able to achieve this without you.”


  November 4th, 2015  Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity Current News RSS/XML Feed

Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity helps low-income families preserve homes during A Brush with Kindness Week

White Sulphur Springs, WV (September 30, 2015) – Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity was one of nearly 40 Habitat affiliates collaborating with Valspar, Habitat’s national paint partner, and Wells Fargo, to launch A Brush with Kindness Week, Sept. 19-26. A Brush with Kindness Week is a nationwide effort to transform neighborhoods by painting, providing minor exterior home repairs, landscaping and cleaning up yards in partnership with more than 153 low-income homeowners, many of whom are elderly or have a disability. Locally, twenty-six volunteers from the community worked on 3 projects in the Tuckahoe Neighborhood of White Sulphur Springs, WV. The Tuckahoe Neighborhood is part of Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity’s Neighborhood Revitalization focus.

“We have been building new homes in the Tuckahoe Neighborhood over the past few years and we will continue to do so, however there are many families in the community that are life-long residents whose homes are in need of repairs. We have already helped several families to make repairs to their own homes, but we are partnering with community leaders to expand these efforts and attract new resources to repair more homes and help even more families through A Brush With Kindness,” said Michelle Connor, Executive Director of Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity. “Families like Mary Rush. Mary has lived in her home for 50 years. She raised three wonderful children in this neighborhood, she is a pillar in the community and very active with her church but due to her age and the age of her home, Mary has struggled to maintain the exterior of her home. We are glad to be able to partner with Mary to help her to repaint her house.”

Valspar, lead sponsor of A Brush with Kindness Week, is also the founding partner of Habitat’s home preservation services which help low-income homeowners who struggle to maintain the exterior of their homes. Habitat uses volunteers, donated materials and no-profit loans to make the repairs affordable, helping low-income homeowners continue to live independently and securely in their homes. Habitat has served nearly 13,000 low-income families through exterior home preservations services between 2008 and 2014.

“Habitat for Humanity’s home preservation work focuses on affordable housing in existing communities and often helps homeowners continue to live independently and securely in their homes,” said Jonathan Reckford, CEO of Habitat for Humanity International. “We are grateful for the commitments of the volunteers and sponsors partnering with low-income families across the country.”

Habitat for Humanity would like to thank Valspar and Wells Fargo, for their help in making A Brush with Kindness Week possible.

About Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity
Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity has worked for over 25 years in partnership with low-income families in Eastern West Virginia.  Our mission is to eliminate substandard poverty housing in Greenbrier, Pocahontas and Pendleton Counties and to make safe, decent, affordable housing a matter of conscience and action.  Since 1989, they have helped low-income families to build and buy over 150 new affordable homes and performed over 500 critical repairs with other local families in need. Almost Heaven Habitat builds not only houses, but also relationships and a sense of community through our partner families and volunteers who work together in equal partnership. For more information about volunteering or making a donation locally visit www.almostheavenhabitat.org.

About Habitat for Humanity International
Habitat for Humanity International’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Anchored by the conviction that housing provides a path out of poverty, since 1976 Habitat has helped more than 5 million people through home construction, rehabilitation and repairs and by increasing access to improved shelter through products and services. Habitat also advocates to improve access to decent and affordable shelter and offers a variety of housing support services that enable families with limited means to make needed improvements on their homes as their time and resources allow. As a nonprofit Christian housing organization, Habitat works in more than 70 countries and welcomes people of all races, religions and nationalities to partner in its mission. To learn more visit habitat.org.

About Valspar
Valspar is a global leader in the coatings industry providing customers with innovative, high-quality products and value-added services. Our 10,800 employees worldwide deliver advanced coatings solutions with best-in-class appearance, performance, protection and sustainability to customers in more than 100 countries. Valspar offers a broad range of superior coatings products for the consumer market, and highly-engineered solutions for the construction, industrial, packaging and transportation markets. Founded in 1806, Valspar is headquartered in Minneapolis. Valspar’s reported net sales in fiscal 2014 were $4.5 billion and its shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange (symbol: VAL). For more information, visit www.valspar.com and follow @valspar on Twitter.

About Wells Fargo
Among the largest provider of volunteers to Habitat for Humanity, Wells Fargo is a supporter of the inaugural A Brush with Kindness effort. In 2014, the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation donated nearly $20 million in support of affordable housing initiatives serving low-and moderate-income households – including for seniors, veterans, and families – sustainable housing and community revitalization efforts. Since its inception in 1993, the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation has invested more than $150 million to such efforts, along with mobilizing more than 4.6 million team member volunteer hours to build and rehabilitate more than 5,500 homes and counting.


  May 20th, 2015  Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity Current News RSS/XML Feed

Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity and Lowes Team Up for National Women Build Week

Local volunteers join women across the nation to build affordable housing in their communities.

White Sulphur Springs, WV, (May 2, 2015) – 87 local individuals representing churches, businesses, and civic organizations volunteered on Saturday May 2nd to help frame the walls for two Habitat for Humanity houses that will soon be the new homes of two local families in need – the Claypoole and Ramsey families. More than 62 women, including Lowe’s Heroes employee volunteers, worked on an Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity construction site in recognition of National Women Build Week, May 3-11.

Habitat’s Women Build program recruits, educates and inspires women to build and advocate for simple, decent and affordable homes in their communities. Since the program was created in 1998, more than 2,200 homes have been built in partnership with low-income families using Women Build crews. More than 52,000 women from all 50 states have volunteered at the six previous Women Build Week events.

Now in its seventh year, National Women Build Week challenges women to devote at least one day to help build affordable housing in their local communities. The week also spotlights the homeownership challenges faced by women. Locally, volunteers worked to frame the walls for two new houses in the Summers Elms Development in White Sulphur Springs, WV, a 10 house affordable housing development.

“There is still much work that needs to be done this summer so that these two families can move into their new homes before Thanksgiving, so I’d like to personally invite women and men from the greater Greenbrier County area to pick up a hammer and work alongside of the Claypoole and Ramsey families to help build a better future for themselves and to build a storing community.” Invites Michelle Connor, Executive Director of Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity. “Habitat for Humanity is not a hand-out, but a hand-up to struggling families.”

Lowe’s helped launch National Women Build Week in 2008 and each year provides the support of Lowe’s Heroes and conducts how-to clinics at stores to teach volunteers construction skills. Lowe’s donated $1.75 million to this year’s National Women Build Week, including a $5,000 store gift card to Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity as part of a new five-year partnership with Habitat that will bring Lowe’s total contributions to more than $63 million since 2003. In celebration of this renewed partnership, Lowe’s and Habitat for Humanity launched Hammers for Habitat, a volunteer initiative inviting men and women across America to give one day to help make the dream of homeownership a reality for a family in their community. To learn more, visit www.habitat.org/lowes.

About Lowe’s in the Community
Lowe’s, a FORTUNE® 100 home improvement company, has a 50-year legacy of supporting the communities it serves through programs that focus on K-12 public education and community improvement projects. Since 2007, Lowe’s and the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation together have contributed nearly $200 million to these efforts, and for more than two decades Lowe’s Heroes employee volunteers have donated their time to make our communities better places to live. To learn more, visit www.lowes.com/SocialResponsibility and www.LowesInTheCommunity.tumblr.com.

About Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity
Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity has worked for over 25 years in partnership with low-income families in Eastern West Virginia. Our mission is to eliminate substandard poverty housing in Greenbrier, Pocahontas and Pendleton Counties and to make safe, decent, affordable housing a matter of conscience and action. Since 1989, they have helped low-income families to build and buy over 150 new affordable homes and performed over 500 critical repairs with other local families in need. Almost Heaven Habitat builds not only houses, but also relationships and a sense of community through our partner families and volunteers who work together in equal partnership. For more information about volunteering or making a donation locally visit www.almostheavenhabitat.org.

About Habitat for Humanity International
Habitat for Humanity International’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Anchored by the conviction that housing provides a critical foundation for breaking the cycle of poverty, Habitat has helped more than 4 million people construct, rehabilitate or preserve homes since 1976. Habitat also advocates to improve access to decent and affordable shelter and supports a variety of funding models that enable families with limited resources to make needed improvements on their homes as their time and resources allow. As a nonprofit Christian housing organization, Habitat works in more than 70 countries and welcomes people of all races, religions and nationalities to partner in its mission. For more information on Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build program, and to learn about Women Build projects in communities across the U.S., visit Habitat.org/wb or the National Women Build Week tab on http://www.facebook.com/habitat.


  May 11th, 2015  Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity Current News RSS/XML Feed

ReStore Supports Earth Day

White Sulphur Springs, WV., (April 22,2015) – The Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity ReStore located on Main Street shares a special day with its anniversary, Earth Day.

The ReStore opened April 26, 2014, a couple of days after Earth Day, to connect with the store with the theme of protecting the environment.

“The idea behind opening the ReStore around Earth Day was to highlight the relationship between the ReStore’s mission and recycling,” says Brian Allen, the ReStore manager. “Our purpose is to act as an ongoing fundraiser for affiliate, which is working to help end poverty housing. A big part of that includes diverting usable furniture and appliances from landfills and into customers’ homes.”

The ReStore accepts donations of gently used furniture, appliances and building materials for resale in the store. The proceeds from those sales go toward the Habitat mission of new home construction and critical home repair in Greenbrier, Pocahontas and Pendleton Counties. By “recycling” these items, others get the opportunity to reuse a chair or sofa that someone else didn’t want anymore and support two good causes in the process.

“So far the store has been holding its own,” says Allen, “but we’d like to see a lot more growth, in both donations and sales. The better we do, the more we’re able to help our community. It’s an easy way to help people.”

The ReStore receives donations Thursday through Saturday from 10am until 5pm behind the store. A pick-up service is available by appointment, but is limited and drop-offs are preferred. Donations are tax deductible; however, staff has the right to refuse unsuitable donations. A donation guide is available online at WSSRestore.com and at Facebook.com/wssrestore, which lists what items are accepted and which items are not.

About the ReStore
Open since April 2014, the Restore is located at 37 Main Street in White Sulphur Springs and serves as a continuous fundraiser for Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity. Their hours are 10am till 5pm, Thursday through Saturday, and they accept donations during store hours. Individual pickups may be scheduled by calling (304) 536-9190.

About Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity
Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity has worked for over 25 years in partnership with low-income families in Eastern West Virginia. Our mission is to eliminate substandard poverty housing in Greenbrier, Pocahontas and Pendleton Counties and to make safe, decent, affordable housing a matter of conscience and action. Since 1989, we have built and sold over 150 new homes and performed over 500 repairs. Almost Heaven Habitat builds not only houses, but also relationships and
a sense of community through our partner families and volunteers who work together in equal partnership.

About Earth Day
Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network and celebrated in more than 192 countries each year.


  April 1st, 2015  Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity Current News RSS/XML Feed

Lowes to teach building skills to local volunteers in advance of Habitat for Humanity National Women Build Week

White Sulphur Springs (March 30, 2015) – Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity and longtime national partner Lowe’s are hosting “how-to” construction clinics for women volunteering during the eighth annual National Women Build Week. This year, the local National Women Build will be on Saturday, May 2. National Women Build Week encourages women across the country to devote at least one day to building simple, decent and affordable housing with Habitat in their local communities.

“We are looking forward to National Women Build Week and the opportunity to engage more women in our work,” said Michelle Connor, executive director of Almost Heaven Habitat. “We invite women of all skill levels to join us on the build site and take the clinics hosted by Lowe’s.”

Clinics are taking place across the country and are open to women interested in volunteering at a local Women Build site during National Women Build Week. Local clinics will be held at Lowe’s of Lewisburg at 20 Gateway Boulevard on the following dates:

How to Safely Use Hand and Power Tools – April 11, 9:00 AM
How to Frame for Walls and Roofs – April 18, 9:00 AM

To sign up for the clinics, volunteers should contact Almost Heaven Habitat at 304-647-3342.

Lowe’s helped launch National Women Build Week in 2008, and each year provides the support of Lowe’s Heroes employee volunteers and conducts how-to clinics at stores to teach volunteers construction skills. This year, Lowe’s contributed nearly $2 million to National Women Build Week. Since its partnership began in 2003, Lowe’s has committed more than $63 million to Habitat and helped nearly 4,000 families improve their living conditions.

    Contacts:

Julia McCoy
Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity
304-647-3342
jmccoy@almostheavenhabitat.org

Steve Salazar
Lowe’s Companies, Inc.
704-758-4345
steve.j.salazar@lowes.com


  March 18th, 2015  Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity Current News RSS/XML Feed

Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity Hosts Student Volunteers in West Virginia for Spring Break

Franklin, WV., (March 16, 2015) – This spring break, Almost Heaven, Habitat for Humanity will host 10 groups, a total of 163 students from 9 states, as a part of Habitat for Humanity’s national Collegiate Challenge program. These volunteers will be traveling to Pendleton, Greenbrier, and Pocahontas Counties in order to build houses and hope for these in need. Collectively the students are contributing over $32,000 that will be used to buy the building materials necessary to repair existing homes and to build new ones.

Habitat for Humanity’s Collegiate Challenge program invites students to spend one week working with Habitat for Humanity affiliates to build homes and improve communities. Since 1989, nearly 240,000 college and high school students have volunteered during their spring break to help build or rehabilitate homes, donating over $25 million to Habitat for Humanity affiliates across the US.

Gabrielle Koval from Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia describes her first time volunteering, “This experience has allowed me to help those around me while also furthering my growth as a person. I’ve been humbled to meet members of such a wonderful community where a group of strangers can be welcomed in with such open arms.”

The Collegiate Challenge program is one of the many programs Habitat for Humanity has to engage the next generation of leaders in Habitat’s work.

“We’ve been hosting Collegiate Challenge volunteers for 25 years and we use Collegiate Challenge as an opportunity to kick-off our build season,” says Michelle L. Connor, CEO, of Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity. “The participants that come through Collegiate Challenge’s alternative spring break program are energetic and ready to make an impact in our community. During the five weeks in which we are hosting Collegiate Challenge volunteers we will perform six critical home repairs and bring two new houses to substantial completion. It is a very exciting time of year and we are very thankful for their help.”

About Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity

Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity has served Eastern West Virginia for 25 years providing safe, decent, affordable housing to hundreds of families. Habitat for Humanity partners with volunteers and low-income Partner Families to build and renovate houses that are then sold to the partner families at no profit, with no interest charged on the mortgage.

About Habitat for Humanity International

Habitat for Humanity International’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Anchored by the conviction that housing provides a path out of poverty, since 1976 Habitat has helped more than 5 million people through home construction, rehabilitation and repairs and by increasing access to improved shelter through products and services. Habitat also advocates to improve access to decent and affordable shelter and offers a variety of housing support services that enable families with limited means to make needed improvements on their homes as their time and resources allow. As a nonprofit Christian housing organization, Habitat works in more than 70 countries and welcomes people of all races, religions and nationalities to partner in its mission. To learn more, donate or volunteer, visit habitat.org.

 

 


  December 11th, 2014  Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity Current News RSS/XML Feed

Great Beds, Great Cause, Marriott Donates Beds to Families in Need

Franklin, WV: (December 9, 2014) Marriott International, Inc.(NASDAQ:MAR) recently launched “Great Bed, Great Cause”, a ShopMarriott campaign that donated a bed for every bed purchased through it’s ShopMarriott website in the month of October. As a result of this program, 24 beds sets are being distributed by Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity to local families in need in Pendleton County, West Virginia.

Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity is a member of Good360, a non-profit organization that partners with organizations like Habitat for Humanity and national retailers who are interested in donating their products. Habitat for Humanity was selected as one of the non-profits to receive the donated beds. Good360 provides “goods for the greater goods”: Good360 serve 40,000 nonprofits and has delivered $8 billion in product donations to non-profit organizations in the US.

“Through our partnership with Good360, ShopMarriott has provided beds to 20 families in our community,” said Michelle L. Connor, “Most of the families that are picking up beds today, have never had a new bed and some of the children in these families are sleeping on the floor. As families have come to pick up beds this afternoon we have heard many heartwarming stories of how these beds will make a real and lasting impact. Beds are where you cuddle with your little one and where you recover from an illness when you are sick. They are pretty emotional stories. These beds will provide more than just a good night’s sleep to families in need, they provide comfort and love. We hope ShopMarriott’s commitment inspires other companies to think about donating products to improve lives and strengthen local communities.”

“Everyone deserves a comfortable night’s sleep,” said Marriott International’s Erin Butler, Spa and Retail Analytics Manager. “Our hotels are a ‘home away from home’ for our guests. As a natural extension, we are committed to alleviating poverty, feeding the hungry, and creating places of refuge for people in times of need. Marriott’s ‘Spirit to Serve Our Communities’ social responsibility and community engagement commitment blends financial contributions, in-kind giving, and associate volunteerism around the world. In addition to donating these 24 bed sets to Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity, Marriot Corporation has helped to build thousands of Habitat for Humanity homes in 15 countries around the world.”

About ShopMarriott
ShopMarriott is the official retailer of Marriott Hotels. Started in 1996, ShopMarriott aims to provide customers with the same level of quality and comfort that they enjoy in our hotels. Through the online retail website, ShopMarriott.com, customers can shop Marriott’s exclusive line of sheets, towels, amenities, and more- including ShopMarriott’s two most popular products- the Marriott Pillow and the Marriott Bed. Visit them online at www.shopmarriott.com

About Good360
Good360 is a nonprofit that works with companies, charities and individuals to make the business of giving simpler, more efficient and more effective. The Alexandria, Va.-based organization was created in 1983 to help companies efficiently donate slow-moving, obsolete and seasonal inventory to charitable organizations. For more information, visit www.Good360.org

About Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity
Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity has served Eastern West Virginia for 25 years providing safe, decent, affordable homes to hundreds of families. Habitat for Humanity partners with volunteers and low-income Partner Families to build or renovate houses that are then sold to the partner families at no profit, with no interest charged on the mortgage. For more information or to make a donation, visit www.almostheavenhabitat.org/donate

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