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By Scott Grau
Herald Writer
Everyone watching the
girls Division I district
softball championship
between Central Catholic and
Southview knew the game
was most likely going to be
decided from the pitcher’s
mound as two of the best
pitchers in the area squared
off against each other.
Southview’s senior pitcher
Olivia O’Reilly (12-1, 0.52
ERA) dueled close friend and
summer ball teammate junior
Erin Seiler (14-7, 1.09 ERA)
of Central Catholic pitch for
pitch but it was O’Reilly’s
double in the bottom of the
ffth inning that broke open a
scoreless game and allowed
the Lady Cougars to plate
two runners and hold on to a
2-0 victory to capture its frst
divisional title in nine years
at Rolf Park in Maumee on
May 20.
Southview (19-6) moves
onto to play Northern
Lakes League foe Bowling
Green (17-8) in the regional
semifnals at Clyde High
School on May 25 at 5:00
p.m. The school’s last
appearance in a regional
contest was in 2002 when
the Lady Cougars lost 1-0 to
Elyria in the fnals.
Central’s Seiler gave
up only three hits while
recording 11 strikeouts
during the game but it was
O’Reilly (6 strikeouts, 3 hits)
who connected on a change-
up pitch to drive the ball to
the fence in the left-center
feld gap in the decisive ffth
inning to score sophomore
catcher Jess Knepper who
had reached frst base on a
walk. O’Reilly advanced to
third on a Lady Irish throwing
error during the play and was
replaced by courtesy runner
freshman Hanna Gerken.
Gerken scored on a clutch
RBI ground-out by senior
Emily Estrich to give the
Lady Cougars a two run lead
and what proved to be the
only scores of the game.
“I was just looking for a
pitch and saw the change-up
and I hit it,” O’Reilly said.
“Give credit to [Jess Knepper]
for being on base. She did her
job and I did mine.”
“It was a great team win.
I am so proud of them,”
Southview head coach
Jim Zoltowski said. “We
talk about fnding a way to
contribute – each and every
one of them -- because you
never know whose day it is
going to be. I am really proud
of all of their efforts.”
Zoltowski was quick
to compliment his team’s
opponents too. “You got
to give credit to Central
Catholic for coming to play
to today. Their performance
on the feld and their pitcher
[Seiler] was outstanding.”
“It’s a tough loss” Seiler
said. “You got to give it
to Liv for moving the ball
around and keeping all of our
batters off balance. Her drop
ball was working excellent
today and I am really proud
of her.”
“Outstanding game,”
Central Catholic head coach
Larry Jaworski said. “We
knew that it was going to be
a pitcher’s duel coming in
and that it was going to be the
team that got the key hit or the
big mistake that was going to
win the game. Unfortunately,
they got the key hit late in the
game.”
Zoltowski acknowledged
that in order for his team to
reach the coveted state fnal
four at Firestone Stadium in
Akron on June 4 they would
have to win fve consecutive
games in the single
elimination tournament
“This is great and we are
going to enjoy it but this is
only the third step,” he said.
“Hopefully we will have
more.”
Scott Grau photos
Southview wins district softball championship
The Notre Dame girls
softball team posed for
photographs after winning
their frst Toledo City
League softball tournament
championship since 2005 by
defeating Central Catholic
3-1 at the University of
Toledo Scott Park softball
complex on May 22. It was
the third time this season the
two teams had played each
other. The top-seeded Lady
Eagles’ (19-8), winners of
the regular season league
title, edged out the Lady
Irish 3-2 in nine innings
in conference play and
then dropped another nine
inning game 5-4 to Central
Catholic in the Division I
sectional fnal.
Notre Dame wins Toledo
City League championship
Scott Grau photo
Potting Pretty Judges Awards announced
Close friends and former summer ball teammates Central Catholic junior pitcher Erin
Seiler (left) and Sylvania Southview senior pitcher Olivia O’Reilly show each other their
medals after the awards ceremony.
Winning pitcher senior Olivia O'Reilly hugs sophomore
catcher Jess Knepper to celebrate the Sylvania Southview
Lady Cougar's 2-0 win over Central Catholic to capture
of the OHSAA Division I district softball championship at
Rolf Park in Maumee.
The Potting Pretty Judg-
es awards were announced
on Thursday, May 19.
Sixty two pots were juried
by Mark Folk - Arts Com-
mission of Greater Toledo,
Laura Jakes – Sylvania
Community Arts Commis-
sion, Martin Nagy – arts
Council; Lake Erie West
and Kent Illenden – SFGC
Graphics.
The Judges First Place
was a tie for artist Todd
Kime between Sonic, we
are on a roll – sponsored
by Sonic Restaurants and
Can You See the Light –
sponsored by Pinnacle Eye
Group. Second Place was
Treo – Wine and Dine – art-
ist Kristin Kowalski, Spon-
sor – Treo Restaurant. Third
Place was also a tie for Wild
Botanica – artist-Danita
Binkowski; sponsor – Bud-
get Blinds and Flamingo &
Flower – Artists – Jennifer
Schefft and Shared Lives
Studio; Sponsor Clear
Channel
Each of the winners re-
ceived a monetary honorar-
ium and a certifcate. The
People’s choice judging
continues until May 30 and
winners will be announce in
early June.
Two pots
tied for
frst place
in the
Judges
Awards-
Sonic
(right)
and Can
You See
the Light
(left). Both
pots were
designed
by Todd
Kime.
Two pots tied for the third
place Judges Award- Wild
Botanica (left) by Danita
Binkowski and Flamingo &
Flower(right) by Jennifer
Schefft.
Photos submitted
Congratulations
Graduates!
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Rev. Joaquin Martinez, S.J.,
President of St. John’s Jesuit
High School & Academy, an-
nounces that two current board
members were honored recently
at the annual President’s Dinner
held on Thursday, May 12.
Board Chairman W. Geof-
frey Lyden lll (Perrysburg
43551) received the Founders
Award which is presented to
individuals who demonstrate
extraordinary leadership and
dedication to the mission of
Jesuit education. Mr. Lyden
has served on the SJJ Board of
Trustees since 1995 and board
chair since 2009. Mr. Lyden
has had one son who graduated
from SJJ in 2003.
Richard P. Faist, who has
served as board treasurer since
2003, received the Magis Award
which is presented to individu-
als who demonstrate outstand-
ing service to St. John’s Jesuit.
As a Magis recipient, Mr. Faist
epitomizes the Jesuit ideal of
“magis” a commitment to do-
ing more for Christ. Mr. Faist
joined the SJJ Board of Trustees
in 1998. He is the parent of two
sons who graduated from SJJ in
1991 and 1992.
President Fr. Joaquin Martinez, S.J., congratulates
Board Chairman W. Geoffrey Lyden III (left) and Board
Treasurer Richard P. Faist (right)who were honored by
St. John’s Jesuit at the President’s Dinner on May 12
St. John’s Jesuit honors
board members
Photo submitted
By Scott Grau
Herald Writer
Several local high school
track and feld athletes took
their frst steps toward com-
peting in the state champi-
onships in Jesse Owens Me-
morial Stadium at the Ohio
State University in Colum-
bus on June 3 and 4.
The top four participants
in each event at the Divi-
sion I district championships
held at St. Francis DeSales
High School on May 19 and
21 qualifed for the regional
track and feld meet at Steele
High School in Amherst on
May 25 and 27.
The Sylvania Northview
girls team captured three
frst place fnishes and the
Southview boys team fn-
ished with two event cham-
pions.
Freshman Alysha Welch
established a new personal
best by clearing the bar at
5-feet 4 to win the high
jump event. Elizabeth Sares
of Southview fnished third
in the event at 5-3.
Northview junior Alison
Work out ran the pack in the
800 meter run with a time
of 2:17.73 and anchored
the second-place 4x800 re-
lay team. Fellow teammate,
sophomore Janelle Noe,
won the 300 hurdles race in
46.45.
David Renner of South-
view won the boys high
jump event with a leap of
6-feet 6. Speedy freshman
Malcolm Johnson crossed
the fnish line in the 100 me-
ter dash in 11:12.
Northview fnished ffth
in the girls team rankings
with 62 points while South-
view came in ninth place
with 29 points. Notre Dame
won the team title with 134
points.
Southview fnished in
ffth place with 71 points in
the boys meet. Northview
placed 12
th
with 15 points.
Whitmer captured the team
championship with 107
points.
Other athletes that quali-
fed for the regional track
and feld championships are
as follows:
Girls Discus Throw
Jewlia Boose, Southview
2
nd
107-10
Taylor Warner, North-
view 3
rd
105-10
Boys Discus Throw
Allen Gant, Southview
4
th
142-05
Boys Long Jump
Jernard Pinckney, South-
view 4
th
21-7.25
Girls 4x800 Meter Relay
Northview (Abigail Mas-
ters, Janelle Noe, Maureen
Dean, Alison Work) 2
nd

9:25.98
Boys 4x200 Meter Relay
Southview (Malcolm
Johnson, Jernard Pinckey,
Christian Rupe, Je’Quillan
Bowers) 3
rd
1:30.60
Girls 1600 Meter Run
Maureen Dean, North-
view 4
th
5:31.11
Girls 400 Meter Dash
Ariela Lopez, Southview
4
th
1:00.54
Boys 400 Meter Dash
Jernard Pinckney, South-
view 4
th
51.24
Boys 800 Meter Run
Chad Justus, Southview
3
rd
1:58.15
Girls 3200 Meter Run
Abigail Masters, North-
view 4
th
11:47.22
Boys 3200 Meter Run
William Schumacher,
Southview 2
nd
9:53.95
Kevin McKown, North-
view 3
rd
10:05.13
Local athletes fnd success at district track meet
Sylvania Northview freshman Alysha Welch clears the high jump bar with a per-
sonal best leap of 5-4 to win the Division I district title at St. Francis DeSales High
School. Welch qualified to compete in the regional meet at Amherst Steele High
School on May 25.
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The Lucas County Traffic
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of the Lucas County OVI
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law enforcement officers and
highway safety advocates all
across the country for the 2011
national Click It or Ticket seat
belt enforcement mobilization,
May 23-June 5.
During the mobilization,
officers will be cracking down
on motorists who fail to wear
their seat belts.
Because nighttime
passenger vehicle occupants
are among those least likely to
buckle up and most likely to die
in crashes when unrestrained,
nighttime enforcement has
become a priority of the Click
It or Ticket mobilization.
In 2010, 40 people died
in motor vehicle crashes in
Lucas County. Twenty-five
people died in these crashes
that had seat belts available to
them. In two of the fatalities,
seat belt use is unknown. Of
the remaining 23 deaths, 12
people died unbelted at night
compared to four who died
unbelted during the day.
“Motorists are 75 percent
less likely to be killed in
rollover crashes if they are
buckled up. Being ejected
from one’s vehicle is not a
good situation to be in,” stated
Gwen Neundorfer, Coordinator
of the Traffic Safety Program.
“Law enforcement will
be cracking down on Click
It or Ticket violators around
the clock. Local motorists
should be prepared to buckle
up. If law enforcement finds
you on the road unbuckled
anytime or anywhere, you can
expect to get a ticket — not
a warning. No excuses and
no exceptions,” said Lt. John
Altman of the Ohio Highway
Patrol.
Click It or Ticket kicks off
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The Toledo Club was filled
with delightful music as almost
150 guests arrived for “Tickle
The Ivories” on Saturday, May
14. Upon arrival guests were
treated to the sounds of young
Suzuki musicians from the
Toledo Symphony School of
Music.
Appetizers were enjoyed
with melodic sounds from the St.
John’s Jesuit High School Jazz
Ensemble – what talented young
men. Silent auction baskets were
plentiful and everything from
exquisite jewelry and prepared
dinners were on the auction block
and being snapped up rapidly.
After dinner a piano concert
was performed by Dr. Ryan
Behan. He is on the faculty at
The Ohio State University and
has won acclaim from audience
in Europe and the United
States for his performances as a
soloist and collaborative pianist.
His first piano teacher was
symphony league member Mei
Mei Williams and his family tree
includes Mary Miller and Ann
Randolph –League president.
The music was enchanting and a
standing ovation ensued.
After the riveting
performance, desserts and coffee
was served and guests could meet
the Dr. Behan. Co-Chairmen
Joni Fought and Pamela Pilz
have to be thrilled at such a
fabulous event. Other committee
members included Karen Craig,
Lori Paton, Trina McGivern,
Mary Miller, Mei Mei Williams,
Dr. Pat Donahue, Dr. Joanie
Barrett, Cindy Champer and
Beth Bowman.
Guests at the event included
Michael and Joanie Barrett,
Rusty and Gene Phlegar, Chris
and John Stockwell, Pam and
Henry Herschel, Joe Zerby,
David and Myrna Bryan, Tom
and Marlene Uhler, Ted and
Beth Bowman, Dick and Fran
Anderson, Lori and Glenn Paton
and Symphony President Cathy
Carroll.
Additionally, The Toledo
Symphony League, along with
The Toledo Symphony and the
Imagination Station, presented
their annual Showcase of the
Arts awards program on Sunday,
April 10.
The Showcase of the Arts
program is offered to all K-12
students in Northwest Ohio and
Southeast Michigan to enrich their
existing music, art and language
arts curriculum. Students listen
to a prepared selection of short,
musical pieces, and then express
themselves creatively through
visual art, music composition,
and/or creative writing.
This year’s theme, The
Science of Sound, encouraged
students to explore the properties
of sounds and acoustics. St.
Joseph School in Sylvania
participated this year and had
three blue ribbon winners from
the third grade, Ellie White, Julia
Niehaus and Megan Bugert.
They are in classes taught by
Wendy Relation and Ani Geha.
Next year, a new theme will be
chosen for the students to enjoy.
Information on the 2011-2012
program can be provided by
Beth Bowman at 419-865-5036.
2011 PEOPLE OF VISION
AWARD DINNER
Hylant Group and Michael
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Officer, will be recognized for
outstanding community service
and philanthropic vision at
Prevent Blindness Ohio’s 8
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Annual People of Vision Award
Dinner. ProMedica president and
CEO Randy Oostra will host the
gala dinner at the Toledo Hilton
Dana Conference Center from
5:30–8 p.m. on Wednesday, May
25. Chrys Peterson of WTOL-
TV will emcee the event.
The People of Vision Award
was established in 1985 by
Prevent Blindness Ohio to
recognize Ohio’s top corporate
and civic leaders for the
outstanding philanthropic works
they have undertaken. The
People of Vision Award Dinner
has become one of the region’s
premier philanthropic events of
the year. The dinner generates
more than $60,000 for sight-
saving programs provided by
Prevent Blindness Ohio and is
attended by approximately 200
community leaders.
Half of all blindness is
preventable and the number
of blind and visually impaired
is expected to double by
the year 2030 if nothing is
done to address the problem.
Furthermore, it is estimated that
the economic impact of visual
disorders and disabilities costs
approximately $51.4 billion
annually in the United States.
For more information or to make
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The Week Ahead:
Aug. 24 through Aug. 30.
Aries
(March 21-April 19)
This is not a good moment for
making business decisions on gut
instincts, although this usually
works very well for you. Right
now, there are too many unknown
variables to be loose with your
cash, even if the information you
are analyzing sounds convincing.
Taurus
(April 20-May 20)
Expect communication to be
good this week, especially in your
relationships. Make sure you
spend some alone time with your
partner and clear the air.
Gemini
(May 21-June 21)
Right now, your physical
strength will be low. However,
your emotions will be on an all
time high leaving you feeling very
up and down.
Cancer
(June 22-July 22)
You are overwhelming the
people around you with your high
and low moods. Be careful not to
create long-term conflicts by
pushing people away from you.
Leo
(July 23-Aug. 22)
Lately you may have been
feeling like you are heading in
two directions at the same time.
So, now is the time to make a sen-
sible decision about what you
want to do with your life.
Virgo
(Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
Your emotional well-being
hinges on staying in a positive
mindset. You will be challenged
by people who question your
opinion, but stay strong in what
feels right to you.
Libra
(Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
Family and friends are very
supportive of the changes that you
want to make in your life right
now. Spend some time clearing
your mind and feeling the life pur-
pose that only you can fulfill.
Scorpio
(Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
Expect great things financially
this week. Watch for sales of any
kind but especially those in real
estate. Your time is good for asset
creation.
Sagittarius
(Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
The week may get off to an
odd start but stay focused on just
today. By the end of the week you
will wonder why you were feeling
stressed at all. Plan a quick get-
away for the weekend or recon-
nect with a friend or loved one
from out of town.
Capricorn
(Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
Balancing your time this week
will feel like a struggle. There are
responsibilities holding you back
from the things you really want to
do. Spend some time prioritizing
your projects and then rewards
yourself.
Aquarius
(Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
Sometimes your friends and
co-workers distract your attention
and pull you away from your proj-
ects. Your caring nature wants to
help them but it’s important to
find balance between your goals
and helping everyone else accom-
plish their goals.
Pisces
(Feb. 19-March 20)
This is a great week for com-
municating with others. You will
feel like everyone is listening to
you and your energy will drawn
them in even closer. Start the
week ready to go and you will
enjoy the rewards by Friday.
Imagine if every week were this
easy how much you could accom-
plish.
One of the most exciting
yearly events is “A Night to
Remember,” sponsored by the
St. Vincent Medical Center
Foundation, and this year will
be no exception.
The event will take place
Friday, Sept. 12 at the
Valentine Theater in down-
town Toledo.
This year’s special guest is
Grammy Award-winning
singer/songwriter Peter
Cetera, formerly of the musi-
cal group Chicago and also
renowned for numerous chart
hits in his solo career.
Co-Chairs Mirza Baig,
M.D. and Bernardo Martinez,
M.D., promise an outstanding
event. The proceeds benefit
robotics simulation and train-
ing at St. Vincent Mercy
Medical Center with the use
of the daVinci robotic system.
The event features station
dining, bid board auctions and
a fabulous afterglow dessert
buffet and gourmet coffee bar.
For ticket information call
419-251-2117.
There are many dedicated
volunteers who step up to be
on the committee. Hats off to
Zehra Baig, Brenda Johnson,
Barbara Ledrick, Mary
Ziegler, Diane Shemak, Jackie
Snyder, Mary Price, Charla
Ulrich, Katie Loh, Lori
Strohmaier, Joanie Barrett,
Pat Bullard, Kathy Zacharias,
Richard Gray, James Brazeau,
J. Scott Stewart, Joanne
Ollivier, Denise Colturi, Joyce
Moses, Julie Klein and
Rosemary Yanik.
Toledo Symphony League
Can you believe that the
Toledo Symphony League
celebrates Fanfare at Fifty-
Five as a way to say Brava to
the League Crescendos who
directed the past and raise the
baton to the members who
give full measure to the
organization and applauds
new members who will direct
the organization?
The event will be held
Friday, Sept. 19 at the home
of Tom and Joan Fought in
Rossford. Cocktails, musical
entertainment and exquisite
dining stations are planned.
Additionally a tremendous
“Fanfare” cake will be
unveiled later in the evening.
It is suggested that black and
white cocktail attire is worn.
For more information call
Trina McGivern at 419-874-
6050.
City Chic to benefit the
Auxiliary to the Ability
Center of Greater Toledo
City Chic, the annual fash-
ion gala that benefits the
Ability Center of Greater
Toledo will be held
Wednesday, Sept. 24 at the
Stranahan Great Hall on
Heatherdowns.
As always this event kicks
off the fall fashion season,
and this year will be celebrat-
ing the fashions, companies
and resources of our great
city.
Models will be strutting the
stage wearing fashions from
locally owned stores Elegant
Rags, Gallippo’s Kids
Klothesline, Lady C, Lily
Whitestone, Ragazza, Sophia
Lustig, Sophie’s Sister and
Toledo Furs.
This event always draws a
huge crowd because of the
delightful vendor boutiques
that are set up beginning at 10
a.m., with a tasty luncheon
and the fashion extravaganza.
For more information call
419-885-5733.
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Please send all information
to Pat Nowak, Sylvania
Herald, 5700 Monroe St.,
Suite 406, Sylvania 43560, or
e-mail to
nowakp112946@aol.com.
AUGUST 20, 2008 PAGE A6 THE SYLVANIA HERALD
LOCAL
On the Scene
with
Pat
Nowak
‘A Night to Remember’ is exciting event
Inner Views with Kimmie Rose Zapf
SYLVANIA- Two Southview students, Alyssa Portnoy and
Nicholas Christopher Chagin, were presented the prestigious
Jefferson Award during the schools’ All-Awards
Assembly on May 17. The students were chosen
for their dedication and commitment to service and
volunteerism in their school and community. Both
students have shown tremendous leadership skills
in their particular areas.
Alyssa Portnoy, a junior, has worked over 800
hours as a volunteer with Hospice of Northwest
Ohio, the Toledo ZooTeen Program as well as
serving in her school on the PEACE Club, Interact
and Dance for Chance. Nicholas Christopher
Chagin, also a junior, has worked as an after-
school mentor with Big Brothers and the Cherry
Street Mission as well as serving his school as a
volunteer with the Southview Senate and Dance
for a Chance. Allyson and Mathew are the first
students at Southview High School to receive this
award.
Kristina White, Director of Community Impact
for Leadership Toledo, presented the award along
with principal Dave McMurray. Over a hundred
awards, from attendance to volunteerism, were
presented to Southview students for their
involvement and commitment in classes,
competitions and presentations as part of the All-
Awards Assembly.
In 1972 Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, U.S.
Senator Robert Taft, Jr., and Sam Beard, together
took a big idea, that there should be a ‘Nobel Prize’
for Public Service, and founded the Jefferson Awards
for Public Service. In late 2008, the decision was
made to expand the program to include recognition
for deserving high school students.
According to David Schlaudecker, executive
director of Leadership Toledo, “The greater Toledo
region is one of only 12 others in our country to
have been selected to extend Jefferson Awards to
our youth. We are proud to have had a role in that
and will continue to work hard to provide students
with the tools needed to develop, implement, and
support an action-oriented volunteer culture within
our high schools.”
Left to Right: Principal Dave McMurray stands with
Nicholas Christopher Chagin, Alyssa Portnoy and Interact
President Rachel Fitzpatrick.
Jefferson Awards presented
to Southview students
Nicholas Christopher Chagin and Alyssa Portnoy were
announced as recipients of the 2011 Jefferson Student
Award for their commitment to volunteerism and service
to the community and Southview High School.
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7000 Erie Street
across from
Plummer Pool
419-882-2205
www.sylvaniafrst.org
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church
4718 Brittany Road
(near Talmadge/Bancott Intersection)
419-531-1616
Saturday: 5:00p.m. Holy Eucharist
Sunday: 8:00a.m. Holy Eucharist
9:45a.m. Family Worship
10:45a.m. Education for all ages!
We invite you to join us as we Love,
Learn & Serve in Christ’s Name!
King Of Glory
Lutheran Church LCMS
6517 Brint Rd., Sylvania 419.882.6488
Handicapped Accessible
Informal Worship 8:30 am
Traditional Worship 10:30 am
Sun. School 9:30 am (Sept.-May)
Wed. Bible Study 10:00 am
Paul R. Schmidlin, Pastor
At The First Unitarian
Church of Toledo
there is room enough for different beliefs.
We invite you to join our liberal religious community,
nourishing the mind, body an soul.
Sunday at 10AM - providing a broad religious education
for youth and adults, nursery available
Worship Service at 11 AM
3205 Glendale__419-381-8999
Please join us for an intimate celebration of life and faith
www.uutoledo.org
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church
5240 Talmadge 473-1187
A Christ Centered Parish Family • JOIN US!
8:00 am • Holy Echarist
9:15 am Christian Ed.
10:30 am • Holy Eucharist & Healing
Barrier Free
Joseph Keblesh Jr. • Rector
Service Times: 8:30am, 9:45am, and 11:00am
Sunday School: 9:45am, 11:00am
Pastor Larry Clark
SYLVANIA FIRST CHRISTIAN
CHURCH
(diSciPlES of chriSt)
Church Offce 882-3313
Dr. Joseph Hara - Pastor
5271 Alexis at Silvertown
Family Learning Hour 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:30 am
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Pastor Ron Winslow 734-856-3300 or 419-699-2500
Pastor Floyd Shoup
INTERFAITH DIRECTORY
Photos submitted
I’ve been asked about the
history behind Sylvania Memorial
Field. We all know it’s there but
are we aware of the interesting
story it holds?
The site was dedicated on
May 30, 1950. I looked over the
newspaper clippings and dedication
program from the event, archived
at the Sylvania Area Historical
Society, and learned quite a lot.
Much planning went into this
project, designed to be used by
young and old. Trees and bronze
plaques were planted and installed
along Memorial Lane, a 16 foot
path in circular form. It was
intended to be a living memorial
for each of the 45 young Sylvania
men who gave their lives for their
country in WWII.
The 20 acre site was purchased
with the money from the sale of the
old school site on Main Street, plus
an additional $600. Developing the
site was financed by benefit shows,
dances and donations.
Prior to the dedication
ceremony, there was a parade
of filled school buses stopping
at various area cemeteries, with
memorial services. Then at the
high school, the parade reformed
on foot to Memorial Field for the
dedication. The event included
invocations, American Legion
rituals, flag salute, playing of taps,
reading of the names, and a 21 gun
salute. Many area troops, infantries
and battalions participated that
day.
The project was sponsored by
the village of Sylvania, all sections
of Sylvania Township, and various
civic organizations.
The long range plans reported
in 1950 included tennis and
badminton courts, shuffle board,
croquet, horseshoe courts, and two
stadiums. They also envisioned
a regulation size swimming pool
with a shelter house. Besides
major sporting events, there would
be minor sports and activities year
round, including roller skating in
summer and ice skating in winter.
A long article was included in
Student Prints, the Burnham High
School newspaper in the May
30, 1950 issue. Superintendent of
Schools Ira Baumgartner reported
this Memorial Field was a living
and lasting memorial, and what
these men would desire.
He said, “When you surrender
your life for your country, you are
giving the best you have to give.
It would be an insult to our dead
and to our community to build
anything which isn’t the best.”
The vision foreseen by city
leaders in the 50s has been altered
over the years, as times have
changed. Facilities have been
developed in other areas, such as
Plummer Pool. The property is still
owned by Sylvania Schools and is
leased to the Sylvania Recreation
District, who maintains it.
Memorial Field is still a
bustling place. There are four
baseball/softball fields and a multi-
use playfield. Memorial Grove
is still a tranquil setting created
by Sylvania Parks & Forestry
especially for commemorating
special people and events.
Designed for quiet reflection in
beautiful surroundings, Memorial
Grove is filled with flowering trees
planted on 4 acres. You can create
a tribute to a special person, event
or memory that will live on in the
community for generations through
the Commemorative Tree Program.
This program offers residents the
opportunity to purchase a white
or pink ornamental flowering
crab tree to be planted in the
quiet beauty there. You may also
order a custom bronze plaque to
accompany your commemorative
tree. Call them at 419-885-8992
for more information.
By the way, Memorial Field is
located north of Erie Street at the
end of Garden Park Drive. Stop
by and see it, especially if you’ve
never been!
Memorial Field, Past and Present
Thinking
about
yesterday
By Sheila
Painter
Submit your photos to
ceyth@theheraldpapers.com
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Sylvania First United
Methodist Church was
one of several local
organizations that
sponsored the Friendly
Center Community Day on
May 14.
Over 500 people played
games, ate lunch and had
fun. Adults had free blood
pressure and blood sugar
levels checked by Mercy
Health Partners. Children
put on fire hats and explored
two fire trucks for the
Toledo Fire Department.
Youth decorated t-shirts,
and bikes, bike helmets and
smoke detectors were give
out. Over ninety families
had their portraits taken for
free.
Sponsors included
Carleen Cincala,
Christopher and Shelly
Gross, Columbia Gas,
Distinguished Clown Corp.,
Mercy Health Partners, First
United Methodist Church
of Sylvania, Imagination
Station, Photo Works Inc.,
Pizza and Pizza, Scholz
Design, The Andersons, The
Manhattan Group, Toledo
Fire Department, Toledo
Police Department, Toledo
Ticket and Wilkinson Fund
Raising.
For More than 85
years, Friendly Center has
provided a source of hope
and fulfillment for more
than 12,000 people in the
North Toledo Corridor
Area neighborhood.
For more information
on Sylvania First’s mission
and outreach programs,
visit www.sylvaniafirst.org
or call the church office at
419-882-2205.
Friendly Center Community Day a success
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001

Legals
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Sylvania Township Board of
Zoning Appeals will hold a Meet-
ing on Monday, June 6, 2011 at
6 pm at the Township Hall, 4927
Holland-Sylvania Rd., Sylvania,
OH 43560 for consideration of
the following:
1) Exception request for a tem-
porary use permit for the prop-
erty located at 8700 W. Sylva-
nia Ave., by Feller Finch & As-
sociates, agent, for The Olan-
der Park System, property
owner.
Notice: The Board of Zoning Ap-
peals will conduct hearings on all
issues published within this
agenda. All persons interested in
or affected by said requests will
have the right and opportunity to
be heard on the question of
granting or denying of said re-
quests. Information concerning
said matters is on file in the Syl-
vania Township Zoning Office
and may be seen Mon.-Fri., 8am
to 4:30pm.
By Order of BZA
Gary Fitzpatrick, Chairman
5/25/11
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
MEETING/HEARING
The Sylvania Township Trustees
will hold a Meeting on Tuesday,
June 7, 2011 at 4 pm. at the
Township Hall, 4927 Holland-Syl-
vania Rd., Sylvania OH 43560
for consideration of the following:
1) Zone Change request from
A-3 to A-4 for the property lo-
cated at 0 Brint Rd., (78-24655,
78-24653, 78-24656, 78-24657
and 78-24652) by Louisville Ti-
tle Agency, property owner.
Notice: Upon receiving recom-
mendations from the Lucas
County Plan Commission and
the Sylvania Township Zoning
Commission will conduct hear-
ings on all zoning issues pub-
lished for legislative considera-
tion within this agenda. All per-
sons interested in or affected by
said requests will have the right
and opportunity to be heard on
the question of granting or deny-
ing of said requests. Information
concerning said matters is on file
in the Sylvania Township Zoning
Offi ce and may be seen
Mon.-Fri., 8am to 4:30pm. The
Board of Trustees has the final
determination on the Zoning
Hearing.
By order of David Simko,
Fiscal Officer.
5-25-11
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
MEETING/HEARING
The Sylvania Township Zoning
Commission will hold a Meeting
on Wed., June 8, 2011 at 6 pm
at the Township Hall, 4927 Hol-
land-Sylvania Rd., Sylvania, OH
43560 for consideration of the
following:
1) Consideration of Amend-
ment to Article 20, (Planned
Unit Development) of the Syl-
vania Township Zoning Reso-
lution.
2) Consideration of Amend-
ments to Article 22, 23, 31 of
the Sylvania Township Zoning
Resolution.
3) Zone Change request from
A-4/C-4 to C-2 PUD for the
property located at 4111 Hol-
land-Sylvania Road by The
Franciscan Care Center, prop-
erty owner.
Notice: Upon receiving recom-
mendations from the Lucas
County Plan Commission the Zo-
nig Commission will conduct
hearings on all zoning issues
published for legislative consid-
eration within this agenda. All
persons interested in or affected
by said requedsts will have the
right and opportunity to be heard
on the question of granting or de-
nying of said requests. Informa-
tion ooncerning said matters is
on file in the Sylvania Township
Zoning Office and may be seen
Mon.-Fri., 8am-4:30pm After the
Zoning Commission takes action
on zoning matters before it; said
actions will be referred to the
Board of Trustees for final deter-
mination.
By order of ZC Chairman
Mary Himmelein
5/25/11
001

Legals
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed proposals will be re-
ceived by the Board of Sylvania
Township Trustees of Lucas
County, Ohio at the Township
Office, 4927 Holland-Sylvania
Road, Sylvania, Ohio 43560 at
10:15 am local time on June 9,
2011 and opened immediately
thereafter for the performance on
all labor, in compliance with Sec-
tion 4115.03 through 4115.14 of
the Ohio Revised Code, and the
furnishing of all materials, tools,
machinery, and appliances re-
quired for the House Hold Pick
Up for Township residents per
specifications.
The House Hold Pickup is sched-
uled to start Monday, September
12, 2011, and shall finish by Fri-
day, September 16, 2011, be-
tween the hours of 7am and
7pm. Saturday collection may be
required at the Township!s dis-
cretion.
This service is limited to the fol-
lowing items: Washers, dryers,
stoves, dishwashers, furniture,
bundled books and magazines,
empty 55 gallon drums, toys,
bikes, empty containers, carpet-
ing, mattresses and b ed springs,
and small loose material placed
in a disposal container other than
plastic bags. Brush will be picked
up, please place in an organized
pile along the roadway, but not in
the road. Removal of all other
items is NOT provided with this
service.
Interested Bidders are encour-
aged to obtain a copy of the
House Hold Pickup Specifica-
tions free of charge at the Town-
ship Administration Office, 4927
Holland-Sylvania Road, Sylvania,
Ohio 43560, Monday through Fri-
day 8am to 4pm.
Additional information such as:
Bid Guaranty, Contract Bond, Bid
bond requirements, faithful per-
formance of work, contract infor-
mation, evidence of experiences
on projects of similar size and
complexity, and a complete list-
ing of all subcontractors used,
are detailed in the House Hold
Pickup Specifications.
The Board of Sylvania Township
Trustees may reject any and all
of the bids on any basis and
without disclosure of a reason.
The failure to make such a dis-
closure shall not result in accrual
of any right, claim, or cause of
action by an unsuccessful bidder
against the Board of Sylvania
Township Trustees.
By order of the Board of Sylvania
Township Trustees of Lucas
County, Ohio.
5/25/11, 6/1/11
001

Legals
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed proposals will be re-
ceived by the Board of Sylvania
Township Trustees of Lucas
County, Ohio at the Township
Office, 4927 Holland-Sylvania
Road, Sylvania, Ohio 43560 at
10am local time on June 9, 2011
and opened immediately thereaf-
ter for the performance on all la-
bor, in compliance with Section
4115.03 through 4115.14 of the
Ohio Revised Code, and the fur-
nishing of all materials, tools,
machinery, and appliances re-
quired for the 2011 Concrete
Road Repair Program for the im-
provement of Rudgate Estates
and Rudgate- in-the-Woods sub-
divisions (Shamley Green, Hom-
erdale, Southbridge, Old Say-
brook, Old Lyme, Rudgate, and
Sadalia). The work includes spot
full depth removal and rigid re-
placement of the existing con-
crete pavement and other related
work. The estimated construction
cost is $115,702.50 for the 1.2
miles of work.
Each bid shall be accompanied
by a Bid Guaranty and Contract
Bond, a Cashier!s Check or a
Money Order on a Solvent Bank
or Savings and Loan Associa-
tion. The Bid Guaranty and Con-
tract Bond shall be in an amount
equal to 100% of the bid. Cashi-
er!s Check or Money Order on a
Solvent Bank or Savings and
Loan Association shall be in the
amount equal to but no less than
10% of the bid. Each of the
aforementioned shall guarantee
to the Township that if a contract
is awarded to the bidder, he will,
within ten (10) days after the
date of such award, enter into a
proper and acceptable contract
for the faithful performance of his
work. In the event the Contractor
fails to enter into a proper con-
tract, an amount equal to 10% of
the Bid Guaranty and Contract
Bond or the full amount of the
Cashier!s Check or Money Order
on a Solvent Bank or Savings
and Loan Assocation will be for-
feited to Sylvania Township as
liquidating damages. Upon ac-
ceptance of the work, a one (1)
year maintenance bond in the
amount of 25% of the contract
will be required to guarantee
such work, Each bid must con-
tain the full name of the party or
parties sub mitting the proposal
and all persons interested
therein. Each bidder must submit
evidence of its experiences on
projects of similar size and com-
plexity, and a complete listing of
all subcontractors to be used.
The Board of Sylvania Township
Trustees may reject any and all
of the bids on any basis and
without disclosure of a reason.
The failure to make such a dis-
closure shall not result in accrual
of any right, claim, or cause of
action by an unsuccessful bidder
against
the Board of Sylvania Township
Trustees.
Plans may be obtained at the
Townshi p Of f i ce, 4927
Holland-Sylvania Road, Sylvania,
Ohio 43560, Monday through Fri-
day 8am to 4pm. A non-refund-
able deposit of $10.00 in cash or
a check made payable to the Syl-
vania Township Trustees is re-
quired for each set.
By order of the Board of Sylvania
Township Trustees of Lucas
County, Ohio.
5/25/11, 6/1/11
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Easter Sunday.
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InnerViews by Kimmie Rose
The Week Ahead: May 29
through June 4, 2011
Aries (March 21-Apr. 19)
This week you are searching
for something you thought you
lost. But the reality is it’s been
with you all the time. Peace
and happiness is something that
lies within you; its source is not
outside of you. If you believe
otherwise, you may be lost
forever.
Taurus (Apr. 20-May 20)
Bringing balance into your life
is important this week. Your
relationships, health and finances
may be feeling a bit off track and
balance will help. Don’t allow
your mind create stories that
simply aren’t true. Take a deep
breath and focus only on the facts.
Gemini (May 21-June 21)
With a positive outlook on your
future, you can expect great
things this week and beyond.
Your mind is very powerful
and can work against you when
you have fear and doubt. Stay
positive. Meditation will help
and when you do things fall into
place.
Cancer (June 22-July 22)
Work and play are all the
same for you this week. You
enjoy your job and it shows.
Creativity, problem solving, and
brainstorming big ideas all flow
from a divine energy. Embrace
this connection and enjoy the
wonderful things that will
manifest for you.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)
Positive energy is all around you
this week. Just remember to keep
the energy flowing by putting
positive back out there. When
you do this, what you give you
will also receive. This exchange
of energy will also influence
significant relationships is a
positive way.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
Have patience this week with
those who are close to you. Their
need for attention from you is a
normal part of their connection
with you. Keep in mind this
works both ways. There are times
you need their attention too.
Remember love is patient and
love is kind.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
Balance is what you look for in
everything you do. This week the
balance between work and your
family is much better than what
it’s been recently. Too much of
one has strained the other. Now
is the time to restore balance and
harmony.
Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
This week your positive energy
not only helps you but also those
around you. It just flows through
you making your week and theirs
a wonderful treat. Even if you
encounter some negativity this
week, it has no impact on your
outlook or emotions. Bravo.
Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
It’s your time to shine this week
at work. Anyone who thought you
might stumble or buckle under
the pressure is in for a surprise.
You’ve got the right attitude this
week to power through anything,
which those who cherish you
already know.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
Soon you will be off to new
adventures. Live in the moment
and enjoy the place you are in
now. To often, people dream of
accomplishing a goal or dream
only to not enjoy it when it
comes. Not you. You can work in
the flower bed but also enjoy the
fragrance.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
Your relationships with your
friends, family and partner are a
little strained this week. You have
a lot of things on your mind that
distract you from the people in
your life. Take a much needed
break from everything and
everyone. Those who love you
will understand.
Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)
Finances top your week, but don’t
worry. Just because it looks like
there isn’t enough, doesn’t mean
there isn’t. You’ll find a little
extra something when you least
expect it. Move forward with
your plans and everything will
fall into place. Replace fear with
trust.
Kimmie Rose is a professional
intuitive, vibrational astrologer,
author, public speaker and radio
and television host on CBS Radio
and Telos Television Networks.
She is available for personal
readings, classes and seminars.
For more information, please call
her office, Lite the Way, at 734-
854-1514 or visit her website,
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THE SYLVANIA HERALD Page 5 WEDNESDAY, May 25, 2011
GRADUATION
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Sarah Marie LaVoy
Lindsay Ann Leasor
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Alexa Kimberly Lubinski
Anne Hope MacKay
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Katherine Frances Mallory
Laura Marie Mallow
Amanda Kathleen Martis
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Megan Savage McNamara
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Katherine Elizabeth Miller
Taylor Amanda Modrowski
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Madeline Marie Petee
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Katharine Lucy Raftery
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Samantha Jordon Riccio
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Megan Elizabeth Schlachter
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Taylor Ann Smietanski
Ashlee Afferrilla Smith
Natasha Danielle Smith
Jennifer Denise Smithers
Meghan Elizabeth Smyth
Katherine Paige Szymanski
Elizabeth Caroline Treece
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Jessica Kay Vogel
Taylor Nicole Weislak
Elizabeth L. Welsh
Emily Jeanne Werner
Kathryn Marie Whitehill
Heidi Kay Wiczynski
Se’mone Dominique Wilbert
Stephanie Martha Williams
Jessica Marie Wozniak
Alexa Jane Zmuda
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LT Brandon Moeller of
Sylvania received his Black
Hawk pilot wings on May 5,
2011 at Fort Rucker, AL.
Brandon is a 2004 gradu-
ate of Sylvania Southview
High School and a 2008
graduate of University of
Toledo in criminal justice.
He is part of ROTC OH Na-
tional Guard out of Colum-
bus.
LT Moeller is the son of
Dean and Diana Moeller of
Sylvania
Military Graduation
Photo submitted
(MS) -- Graduation sea-
son is here! For family and
friends of the graduate that
means finding an appropriate
gift. And what could be bet-
ter than something that would
help the new grad navigate
the next four years like a ‘pro’
and save time, frustration, and
money.
Head to the nearest book-
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of a greeting card -- or instead
of a greeting card -- pick up
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to share their hard-earned tips
and strategies for success.
“I got great grades and nev-
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how to do it ...” has far more
impact coming from a fellow
student than a boring lecture
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an instructor or adviser. Cora
Weger, Director of Student
Support Services at Illinois
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This ‘straight from the
horse’s mouth’ advice covers
issues both in and out of the
classroom. So when an eco-
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an attendance requirement
doesn’t mean they won’t take
it out on your grade,” or a psy-
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“and that’s a big and a costly
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but in terms of stress and frus-
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Knowing what a dream col-
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you set up a four year study
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taking SAT/ACT and AP’s,
choosing the right college,
making summers count, and
of course, financial planning
for parents soon to be bur-
dened with rising cost of col-
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Page 6 THE SYLVANIA HERALD WEDNESDAY, May 25, 2011
GRADUATION
St. FranciS de SaLES cLaSS OF 2011
St. Ursula Academy’s Class of 2011
valedictorian is Megan Bodie of Sylvania.
Bodie addressed the audience at St. Ursula
Academy’s 139
th
Annual Commencement at
the Toledo Museum of Art Peristyle on Sunday,
May 22.
Megan is the daughter of John and Leora
Bodie. Megan was awarded the SUA Math
Department Award for AP Statistics and has
received several awards at the 43
rd
Annual
High School Media Day Competition at the
University of Toledo for her contributions
to the school newspapers, The Ursuline and
The Little Arrow. Bodie was offered nearly
$450,000 in scholarships from six colleges and
universities and she was awarded the Sylvania
Area Chamber of Commerce Scholarship. She
is the recipient of the Georgetown University
Scholarship and will be attending Georgetown
University in the fall.
Bodie graduated with honors wearing her
National Honor Society Hood and School
Honor Cords.
The 2011 St. Ursula Academy graduating
class is 125-women strong boasting one National
Merit Commended Scholar, acceptances into
101 colleges and universities across the country
earning nearly $10 million in academic and
athletic scholarships, and over 15,000 hours of
volunteer service to their community.

ST. URSULA ACADEMY
CLASS OF 2011
Congratulations
• 100% college acceptances ranging
from Georgetown to West Point
• 217 AP exams taken
• Over $10 million in college and athletic
scholarships earned
• First Place in 2011 Congressional
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• 2010 State Champions in Volleyball
• 33 All-Academic athletes
• 15,000 hours of volunteer service given
• National Merit commended student
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WEDNESDAY, May 25, 2011
THE SYLVANIA HERALD Page 7
GRADUATION
St. Francis de Sales
High School
Congratulations to the
Class of 2011!
136 seniors
27 Members of the National Honor Society
100% accepted into one or more colleges of
choice
88 students took 314 Advanced Placement exams
in 19 subject areas
30 Recipients of Ohio’s Honor Diploma
40 Recipients of Ohio’s Award of Merit
30 Recipients of President Obama’s Educational
Award of Excellence
5 National Merit Scholars
1 National Achievement Scholar
89 All-Academic Athletes
Our graduating seniors were the recipients of
364 scholarships and grants totaling more than
$13.9 million.

The average college
scholarship award earned
by our seniors exceeded
$133,000.

2011 graduates complet-
ed over 13,000 hours of
Christian Service during
their four years of high
school.
Christine Stahle, MD
Joining current physicians:
Rebecca Clark, MD Antoinette Medaglia, MD
Chit-Guan Goh, MD Beverly Scholler, MD
Sue Karnitis, MD Shari Sontchi, MD
South Toledo Pediatric Associates
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