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The virtue of variable annuities By Mark Charnet
The following is a reprint of this column from April 2009 that is as pertinent today as it was when it originally ran four years ago. Please read and consider the facts presented for
your portfolio both then and now. Ask yourself if you would be better off with the investment strategy presented here than your current retirement portfolio allocation (wherever
it might be). If, after reading, the answer is yes, contact me using the information at the end of the article.
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out of money, would you be
interested in learning more
about it?
Of course you would!
Have you heard about a
variable annuity with a living
benefit rider yet? Yes? Then I
must assume a large portion of
your growth-oriented retire-
ment portfolio is invested in
this manner. No? Then that
explains why you have no vari-
able annuity in your portfolio,
as you haven’t learned about all
of the benefits yet, including
why utilizing this fine invest-
ment vehicle and the protec-
tion it provides might be the
best financial decision you will
ever make.
Imagine the opportunity
to lock in the highest anniver-
sary value to determine your
pension-like income for the
rest of your life. Imagine the
opportunity for that income to
increase if the market rises, but
if your account value falls due
to negative market perform-
ance, the income you receive
will never be reduced or reach
an end. Add to that the ability
to liquidate the account for any
reason to get the surrender
value back. Go even further
and add the ability to have
multi-management talent striv-
ing for superior rates of return
from many different invest-
ment firms, all in one invest-
ment product, simultaneously.
This form of investment prod-
uct, called a variable annuity,
exists today. It’s a long-term
investment vehicle designed
specifically for retirement.
While variable annuities are
subject to market risk and fluc-
tuation in account value, they
may also offer several optional
protection features not found
in other investment vehicles,
such as a guaranteed rising
withdrawal base even in peri-
ods of declining stock and
bond prices.
Investing in mutual funds
or individual stocks and bonds,
without the protection of a liv-
ing benefit rider as described
above, is like owning a home
without homeowner’s insur-
ance coverage. After all, if you
have no mortgage, no one
forces you to purchase home-
owners insurance. Yet a home-
owner with no insurance is a
deep-sea diver without an
oxygen tank.
Many critics of variable
annuities complained of high
fees in certain contracts. We
don’t hear much from those
pundits and their argument
any longer after a 45 percent
drop in the domestic stock
market, where recent variable
annuity participants share the
benefits of income and death
benefit protection available
nowhere else in the investing
community.
More exciting is that this
variable annuity concept can
be improved upon when con-
sidered as a part of the Trinity
Method of Investing, what all
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t is difficult to watch those
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As the Gospel of Christ spread
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pagan holiday by the nation’s
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narian once a year, but it is rec-
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seen every six months. This is
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approximately seven times
faster than we and early detec-
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blood work and urinalysis, aspi-
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•The Unorthodox Wood Carving Club is
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recommended for these dogs.
Other diets would be advised
for dogs with GI disorders, kid-
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skin problems, etc.
Home care is also essen-
tial. Close observation of any
changes in mobility, drinking
and eating should be noted and
reported to your veterinarian
early. Potential problems may
also be uncovered by getting
your hands on your pet to
inspect them periodically.
Feed a good-quality dog
food that is appropriate for
your dog’s specific needs. Do
not allow your pet to gain
excessive weight, which is
very common when your sen-
ior dog’s metabolism slows
down and they don’t exercise
as much. It can make them
more prone to arthritis, heart
disease and diabetes. Follow
your veterinarian’s recommen-
dations as to exercise, nutrition
and any medications that may
be needed.
Our senior dogs may not
be able to do what they used
to but with a little prevention
and early detection they can
still live happy, fulfilling lives
and remain our wonderful
companions.
Dr. Matthew Krupnick is the
owner of the Pequannock Ani-
mal Hospital. He grew up in
Kinnelon and is happy to be
home – with his wife, three cats
and two dogs – to provide quali-
ty and compassionate care for
your pets in the community.
The Pequannock Animal Hospi-
tal is located at 591 Newark
Pompton Turnpike in Pompton
Plains. You may reach them by
calling 973-616-0400.
Tips for senior citizen canine care
continued from previous page
Community Happenings
Auditioning for young princesses & heroes!
For more information call 973.248.9491
Smiling Rhino 247 Wanaque Ave., Pompton Lakes
or visit us at www.RhineTheatre.com
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s your yard ready for an
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S
ince Hurricanes Irene
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think and is dependent on
where you live. For as little as
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home.
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On this day, American
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two free workshops at 11am
and 1pm. ASI’s national
trainer, accompanied by
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will provide information
about flood insurance and
whether or not it’s right for
you. The workshop will also
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how to save money on premi-
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“With the upcoming
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map, people are going to have
questions,” said Walter Zem,
agency owner. “We felt a
workshop like this would help
provide some much needed
answers to the general public
in an informal setting.”
There is no charge to
attend our open house.
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come in, have something to
eat and drink, and have some
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a flood expert. You’ll also be
able to meet our staff and
chat with representatives
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and NJ Skylands. Bring a
copy of your policy if you
would like a comparative
quote.
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selected to set up MetLife’s
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full-service, family-owned
and operated insurance
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personal and commercial
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“As the new kid in town
and located in a flood plain,
we recognize the importance
for the public to be advised
and educated when it comes
to flood insurance. The risk is
literally at our back door,”
said Jeff Scafuro, company
president.
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Hurricane Irene or Sandy to
find out you need flood insur-
ance. Stop by our open house
on Saturday, April 13 to
attend this informative work-
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located at 580 Route 23
North in Pompton Plains.
To RSVP for the work-
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your leadership skills, and participate
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please call or stop by the
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•Whether you are still suffering from
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children (ages 2 through 5) some
help with teaching children to be kind,
just and responsible at a discussion
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A
ttention wine lovers
and enthusiasts! You
now have another
local option besides going to a
store to pick from the same old
stock supply of wine varieties.
A new business in Riverdale
now allows you to make your
own wine.
Your Own Winery just
opened in the Riverdale
Square near Ruppert’s. In the
store, adults can select from a
wide variety of reds, whites and
flavored wines to make. There
are more than 200 wine selec-
tions to choose from, including
cocktail wines, ports and fla-
vored wines like watermelon
white merlot, coffee port and
black cherry pinot noir.
Owners Michele and Paul
Crecca of Wayne have been
making their own wine at
home and with friends for
years. They decided to open
this shop because they know it
would be great for anyone that
loves wine. Wine making at
Your Own Winery is perfect for
individuals, couples, and
groups, all at the same price.
The wines are made starting
with premium concentrated
wine juice, so no grape crush-
ing or mess is involved. The
juices come in fully complete
kits with a full wine making
package including all the bot-
tles, custom labels and neces-
sary equipment ranging from
Make your own wine at new
Riverdale store
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people to make their own wine, in Riverdale
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continued on page 21
T
here aren't many
meals that are deli-
cious, healthy and
quick to prepare. If it's quick
and delicious, it usually isn't
healthy, and if it's delicious
and healthy, it usually isn't
quick.
Quinoa is a whole grain
from the Andes that's rich in
fiber and amino acids and
prized for its high protein con-
tent. The popularity of quinoa
continues to grow, possibly
because it cooks quickly, is
high in protein and fiber and
is loaded with nutrients.
Quinoa is perfect on its
own, and also works well as a
base for other dishes. Try this
recipe, courtesy of Jerilyn
Brusseau and American
Roland Food Corp.
Red Quinoa With Jicama,
Red Pepper and Lime
Crisp slivers of jicama
and red pepper complement
the nutty flavor of red quinoa,
balanced with fresh lime juice
and a hint of cumin. Cooking
tip: Quinoa is done when you
see it begin to open.
~ 1 cup Roland Red Quinoa
~ 2 cups water plus 1/4
teaspoon salt
~ 1/2 jicama, medium size,
cut in thin 1-inch slivers
~ 3/4 red pepper, cut in thin
1-inch diagonal slivers
~ 4 tablespoons fresh
cilantro, chopped
~ 3 tablespoons fresh lime
juice
~ 1 tablespoon extra virgin
olive oil
~ 2 teaspoon lime zest
~ 1/2 teaspoon honey
~ Pinch of cayenne and
pinch of cumin
~ 1/4 teaspoon sea salt and
freshly ground black
pepper to taste
Place 2 cups of water in a
saucepan and bring to a boil.
Add teaspoon salt. Add
Roland Red Quinoa and
reduce to simmer. Cover
saucepan. Cook until all liq-
uid is absorbed, about 15 min-
utes. Remove from heat and
let stand 20 minutes, covered.
Fluff with fork.
In a medium-sized mix-
ing bowl, combine jicama, red
pepper and cilantro. Make a
dressing of the lime juice,
olive oil, honey, cayenne,
cumin, salt, pepper, and lime
zest. Pour dressing over veg-
etables and let stand a few
minutes.
Mound quinoa on a serv-
ing platter or individual
plates. Spoon vegetable mix-
ture over quinoa, leaving a
visible border of red quinoa
around the plate. Garnish
with additional cilantro if
desired. Serve immediately or
allow to chill 2 to 3 hours (or
overnight). Salad will become
crisp and cool.
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bright light toward a specific
area for activities such as read-
ing, needlework or crossword
puzzles. Usually this lighting is
provided by a fixture mounted
over the head of the bed.
3. Keep a clean and user-friend-
ly kitchen. Counter tops should
be cleared of any unnecessary
objects. Keep food preparation
areas clean. Store utensils, pots
and pans in the same place so
loved ones will remember
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medical supplies. Always keep
an adequate supply of food in
home to ensure proper health
and wellness. Keep inventory
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should be installed on the walls
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balance and prevention of falls.
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with adjustable settings. An
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loved ones get in and out of bed
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comfortable. Sometimes the
doctor may order a specific
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recently undergone back or
spinal surgery, or simply to
encourage blood flow to the
heart if their blood pressure is
very low.
7. Make your home wheelchair
accessible, if applicable. A
wheelchair ramp should be
installed. All travel pathways
throughout the home need to
be kept clear. Doorways and
hallways must have a minimum
clearance of 32 inches wide.
Also, ensure at least one door
in the home is designated and
set up as an emergency exit for
the wheelchair user.
8. Invest in an efficient med-
ical alert system. In case of an
emergency, such as a fall, heart
attack or diabetic event, it is
vital that your loved one can
readily call for help!
9. Establish an easy-to-use
communication system to stay
in touch with family and
friends. A telephone book or
user-friendly mobile device is
helpful for contacting family
and friends.
10. Establish a backup system
for unexpected events. In the
event of an emergency or natu-
ral disaster, make sure there are
emergency flashlights, emer-
gency food and medical sup-
plies, and alternative living
arrangements.
Being well prepared for
home care is beneficial to
many families and helps to
reduce everyday living costs.
Generally, home health care
appears to be more cost
effective than assisted liv-
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EASTER SUNDAY
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4. Chicken, Shrimp or Sole Francaise with Vegetable
5. Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes
6. Fried Shrimp & French Fries
7. Hamburger Platter with French Fries

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$280 to $375 for a full wine
batch of 28 bottles, so from $10
to about $13.50 for the very
best wines.
Michele explains how the
process works. “The customer
comes in. We have a full com-
plimentary wine tasting bar, so
they can taste several wines
before they select which wine
to make. Then the wine mak-
ing is completed in three one-
hour sessions over 6 to 8
weeks.” When it’s ready to
drink, customers will have 28
standard-size bottles of wine
that they’ve created them-
selves. Customers also create
their own custom wine bottle
labels- a great option for
holiday or wedding gifts.
Customers are welcome to
bring wine snacks to enjoy dur-
ing their wine making sessions.
Wines made within the
store are much different than
wine bought in regular shops
because there are fewer sul-
fites and preservatives.
Preserv-atives are used to
extend the shelf life of wines
for years. Without these addi-
tives, wines made at Your
Own Winery have a shelf life
of 18-24 months but addi-
tional preservatives can be
added if the customer wishes
to age their wine for a longer
period, although all varieties
are great to drink within 6
months, most immediately
after bottling.
Michele suggested that
the wines are great for gift-giv-
ing and can be put in smaller
quarter- and half-size bottles
to be distributed as favors at
bridal and baby showers, or
any other special event. And
Your Own Winery is a perfect
and new venue for your next
birthday, anniversary, wedding
party, corporate team-building
or organizational event.
Your Own Winery is
located at 92 Route 23 North
and can be reached at 862-200-
5808 or visit us at
www.YourOwnWinery.com.
Make your own
wine at new
Riverdale store
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Why are
h i g h e r
auto limits neces-
sary in your auto
policy, especially
here in New Jersey?
Answer:
State minimums, or
15/30 Bodily Injury,
is what far too
many drivers par-
take in. It enables you to have
the required coverage to keep a
car on the road, and possibly
pay for cuts and bruises other
drivers sustain in an accident if
you’re at fault. Yet, what hap-
pens when the victim was driv-
ing a minivan with half the
soccer team in the second and
third row seats? If little Bobby
ends up at UMDNJ and
requires surgery to repair his
broken arm and wrist, the
$15,000 per person will quickly
dissolve and the rest of the
medical expenses still must be
covered. The insurance compa-
ny has met its obligation, so
can you guess where the rest of
the $27,000 total cost will
come from? The unknowing
will venture to think: “If I don’t
have it, they can’t take it.”
Well, here in NJ, your future
wages can and will be garnished
till this claim is settled.
In this instance, that
minivan contained half the
soccer team. What if Jody’s and
Cindy’s parents realize their
two young children have
whiplash and also decide to sue
for damages? That $30,000 per
accident won’t be enough
either. Now we’re talking
exhausting the savings you’ve
tucked away for the college
funds of your own kids, who
weren’t even pres-
ent for the accident.
The best
option for maxi-
mum protection is
an umbrella policy
usually providing $1
million in protec-
tion. Other higher
limits are 100/300,
250/500, and 500/
500. My advice is
simple: don’t look for the least
expensive policy; it can easily
become the most costly. Ask to
be educated on how best to
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E. Andre Bolden of Farmers in-
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By E. Andre Bolden
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oldwell Banker
Residential Brokerage
in New Jersey and
Rockland County, New York is
pleased to announce that
Cindy Gallagher, sales associ-
ate in the company’s Kinnelon
office, has earned the New
Jersey Association of Realtors
(NJAR) Circle of Excellence
Award at the Gold Level for
her sales excellence in 2012.
A perennial award win-
ner for her professional
accomplishments as a real
estate agent, Gallagher also
earned the Coldwell Banker
International President’s
Circle Award for her 2012
achievements. Gallagher
won the NJAR Circle of
Excellence Award in 2011 as
well, and was named to the
organization’s Distinguished
Sales Club.
“Cindy’s success is built
on the dedication and person-
al service she offers each and
every client. Her extensive
market research and custom
marketing bring about the
greatest results possible,” said
Jane Trust Ryan, branch vice
president of Coldwell Banker
Residential Brokerage in
Kinnelon. “We are very
pleased to have such an exem-
plary and caring professional
on our team.”
With 21 years of real
estate experience and exten-
sive local market knowledge,
Gallagher continually updates
her skill set to maximize the
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NJAR Circle of Excellence - Silver
Cell: (973) 214-5250
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NJAR Circle of Excellence - Bronze
Cell: (973) 903-2284
Tere Episale
NJAR Circle of Excellence - Silver
Cell: (201) 960-9084
Marie Episale
NJAR Circle of Excellence - Bronze
Cell: (201) 314-0106
Annmarie DeGeorge
NJAR Circle of Excellene - Bronze
Cell: (973) 896-6178
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Cell: (201) 259-5205
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continued on page 25
C
entury 21 Preferred
Realty is pleased to
announce Pamela
Seaman has joined its firm as a
sales associate. She will special-
ize in residential, commercial
and rental properties in the area.
“We are thrilled to have
Pamela join our team,” said
Jeff Montemarano, broker and
owner. “It’s an exciting time to
be with the Century 21 System
as we increase our market
presence.”
Seaman just successfully
completed extensive training
through the Century 21 system.
“We believe training
supports growth and profes-
sional excellence in the real
estate industry. Performance-
based training is necessary to
assure that Century 21 agents
maintain their competitive
edge and offer the best serv-
ice possible to their clients,”
said Maryann Brown, broker
and owner.
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973-986-6914 Cell
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WAYNE $429,900
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Century 21 Preferred
Realty welcomes
Pamela Seaman
continued on next page
and social activities. Questions?
Call 973-835-4025 or e-mail kbaig
@optonline.net.
•The Circle of Friendship, a support
group for the separated and divorced,
meets at 7:30pm every Thursday at St.
Mary’s Church 17 Pompton Ave. in
Pompton Lakes. For further informa-
service she can provide. She is
a Coldwell Banker Previews
Property Specialist, expertly
trained in marketing luxury
homes. Gallagher is also a cer-
tified new home specialist, cer-
tified residential marketing
specialist, certified residential
specialist and certified reloca-
tion professional. She is a
member of the National
Association of Realtors, New
Jersey Association of Realtors
and Passaic County Board of
Realtors.
For more information
about buying or selling a home
in Morris and Passaic counties,
contact Cindy Gallagher with
Coldwell Banker Residential
Brokerage in Kinnelon on her
cell at 973-714-3897 or her
direct office line at 973-283-
7725, or by e-mail at cgal-
laghercoldwellbanker@msn.co
m. The office is located at
1450 Route 23 North in
Butler. Area listings can be
viewed at www.coldwell-
bankermoves.com/kinnelon
and www.kinnelonrealty.com.
Pamela Seaman is a resi-
dent of West Caldwell. She
comes from a large family
who all reside in West
Caldwell. Pamela is a
graduate of St. Lawrence
University in Canton, New
York. Pamela is active with
the League of Women Voters,
serving in several leadership
positions, including presi-
dent of the Morris County
and Kinnelon league. She
also served on several board
positions within the Engle-
wood League. She has been
licensed as a real estate agent
since 1987.
For all your real estate
needs, please contact Pamela
Seaman at 973-838-1001
x130 or pamela.seaman@
century21.com. Of course,
you can always stop in the
office directly, located at
1333 Route 23 in Butler.
Century 21 Preferred
Realty, Inc., located at 1333
Route 23 in Butler, has been
member of the Century 21
system with a franchise
office in Butler for more
than 20 years. It is your local
real estate office with a
national name serving the
tri-county area.
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Spectacular brick face center hall colonial with walls of windows for the light to pour in. Beautiful kitchen with maple + granite, sub
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hardwood flrs on 1st + 2nd levels, heated 3 car main level garage. The second level offers, master bedroom with a sitting area, gas
fireplace, two walk in closets, master bath with 2 vanity’s, jacuzzi tub, shower stall. 4 additional bedrms, a full bath, a bedroom with
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This fabulous stone + vinyl sided home has been all updated for you. Just unpack + move in. Newer eat in kitchen with cherry
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on heating bills!! The GRT rm has a tray ceiling and large windows that overlook the large deck + level yard. Backs up to Pyramid
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Beautiful Kit w/Maple & Granite 2 Story Great Room w/Fireplace
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