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Brown Voyages – Before/After School Enrichment Programs

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SPRING 2017 SCHEDULE NOW POSTED!!! (download Schedule – 2017 Spring)

Clubs begin week of January 17.

A variety of before and after school programs and clubs at Brown are organized by parents and led by teachers, parents, and third-party enrichment vendors. Generally, clubs run in the mornings from 8a-8:45a M-F, and in the afternoons from 4-5, M-Th and most clubs will begin the week of September 6.

Please remember – our clubs are designed for ALL of our students at Brown, and our club instructors have been wonderfully generous about offering scholarships to student who would like to attend a club but aren’t able to pay the fees. Please contact the vendors directly for information on scholarships.

If you have questions or would like to help out on this committee, please email: BrownPTAclubs@gmail.com

We look forward to seeing you in Brown Voyages this year!

Brown Voyages Volunteers

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Friday

BEFORE SCHOOL

Brown Parkour Club: Level 1: 1st-3rd

8:00 – 8:45 am

NOTE: Starts Jan 31

Brown Shakespeare Club: 3rd-5th

7:45 – 8:30 am

Violin for Beginners: 2nd-5th

8:00 – 8:45 am

Brown Parkour Club: Level 2: 4th – 5th

8:00 – 8:45 am

NOTE: Starts Feb 2

Girls Chess Club: K – 5th

8:00 – 8:45 am

NOTE: Begins 1/23

Ukelele for Beginners: 2nd-5th

8:00 – 8:45 am

Environmental Secret Agent: 2nd-5th

8:00 – 8:45 am

Maestro Music Piano Class: ECE-5th

8:00 – 8:45 am

Abrakadoodle: K-5

7:45 – 8:45 am

Karate: K – 5th

8:00-8:45 am

NOTE: Ends 3/7

Healthy, Happy Girls: 3rd-5th

8:00 – 8:45 am

ACTIVE Girls’ Club: 4th – 5th

8:00 – 8:45 am

Breakfast with Sticky Fingers: K – 5th

8:00 – 8:45 am

Math Wizards: K-5

8:00-8:30 am

Math Wizards: K-5

8:00-8:30 am

Math Wizards: K-5

8:00-8:30 am

Math Wizards: K-5

8:00-8:30 am

Math Wizards: K-5

8:00-8:30 am

AFTER SCHOOL

Fencing: 1st – 5th

4:00 – 5:00 pm

NOTE: 13 weeks

City Strings Guitar: 2nd- 5th (ages 7+)

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Cooking with Sticky Fingers: K – 5th

4:00 – 5:00 pm

The Curtain Playhouse: K – 5th

4:00 – 5:00 pm

NOTE: Ends May 11

Scratch Lab: Creative Coding 1st – 5th

3:45 – 5:15pm (90-min)

Mad Science: K – 5th

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Brains in Your Head Book Club: 4th

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Young Rembrandts: K – 5th

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Yoga Rocks! ECE – 5th

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Leap and Learn: Dance: K – 3rd

4:00 – 5:00 pm

NOTE: Runs from 1/24-4/18

SpaceTime: K – 3rd

4:00 – 5:00 pm

JumpBunch 60 Second Challenges: ECE – 5th

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Jump Rope Club: 2nd – 5th

4:00 – 5:00 pm

League of Wayfinders: K – 5th

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Spanish Club: 2nd – 5th

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Scholarships are available for ALL clubs.

If a student would like to participate in a club but is unable to pay the registration fee,

please contact the vendor directly for scholarship information.

*Scholarship availability may depend on numbers of paid participants.

CLUB DESCRIPTIONS (listed alphabetically by club)

Registration Form

(See registration instructions for individual clubs. This form is not used by all clubs.)

 

Abrakadoodle: grades K-4; Presented by Abrakadoodle

Cost: $169; student minimum 10, student maximum 15 PLEASE NOTE: This class runs from 7:45a-8:45a

To register online visit http://www.abrakadoodle.com/co-north-and-west-denver-register/ or contact Kati at kbohall@abrakadoodle.com or 303.997.9061

By Land, By Sea, By Air Art Class: Landscapes, seascapes and skyscrapers! In this class you will learn about all different types of outdoor art. Learn about deserts and mountains, beaches and waves, and outer space and clouds. Learn to paint sunsets landscapes and to draw rocket’s blasting off. We will use all different types of materials to create our art of the outdoors.

 

ACTIVE Girls’ Group. Grades 4-5 Presented by: Betsy Clark, LCSW of Shine Integrated Therapy

Cost: $175; student minimum 7, student maximum 10. To register: shineintegratedtherapy.com or 303-455-2409 or email bclark@shineintegratedtherapy.com

ACTIVE= Assertive, Caring, Tolerant, Independent, Vibrant, Empathetic Girls. Your ACTIVE Girl will learn about herself, feel supported to express herself and learn how to deal with social pressures. She will be empowered to take care of herself, be assertive to stop rumors and bullying and discover ways to take her talents, caring and empathy to the world through service projects and kindness scavenger hunts.

 

Brains in Your Head Book Club: grade 4; Presented by Kathleen Gormley (Brown Teacher)

Cost: $20 material fee; student minimum 4, student maximum 12 To register or to request a scholarship, email KATHLEEN_GORMLEY@dpsk12.org

This club is for enthusiastic readers who want to make friends through their love of books! At weekly meetings we will share thoughts about some great literature, emphasizing social themes relevant to middle-graders. Works on our reading list may include, among others, Elsewhere, Wonder, Because of Mr. Terupt, and Becoming Naomi Leon, depending on interests of club members. The teacher will present background and questions to stimulate discussion, but the club will be reader-driven and reader-led. In order to have meaningful discussions, participants will be expected to complete assigned reading between meetings and to adhere to behavior requirements during meetings. Our purpose is to have fun talking about books and this group definitely is not intended as a tutoring or homework club. All are welcome. Membership is limited to 10 students, but if there is enough interest, new sections will be added.

 

Breakfast Club with Sticky Fingers Cooking: grades K-5; Presented by Sticky Fingers Cooking (stickyfingerscooking.com)

Cost: $210; student minimum 8, student maximum 12 (1/2 off available in trade for a parent/guardian who can volunteer their time for all classes; and 1 additional full scholarship available based on enrollment/need) To register, visit https://stickyfingerscooking.com/school-programs/colorado/brown-international-academy-winter-spring-17-before-school-classes-fri-k-5th Call Erin at 303-648-4078 with registration questions. To request a scholarship, email info@stickyfingerscooking.com or call 303-648-4078 No need to make breakfast before our morning Breakfast Club Cooking Class with Sticky Fingers at Brown! Start your morning right with a kid-favorite breakfast recipe! Sticky Fingers Cooking offers young chefs the chance to explore exciting tastes (all seasonal and as local as possible!), master culinary skills (that they can put to use in family kitchens!) and nourish their bodies and minds. Our before school classes each feature a healthy recipe, emphasize safety and skill building, and encourage environmental awareness in an engaging way. Progressively, children will build upon skills learned from previous classes and by the end if the session, they will have acquired a repertoire of talent to help you at home in the kitchen! We provide all of the tools, ingredients and instruction needed to cook up a fun, delicious and healthy (sshh!) breakfast each week. Our online recipe collection is included as well for each chef for future family cooking fun!

 

Brown Parkour Club: Level 1 (grades 1-3); Level 2 (grades 4-5 or by invitation only) Presented by Ninja Brand (www.ninjabrandparkour.com/)

Cost: $150; student minimum 6, student maximum 24. NOTE: Classes start the week of Jan 31. To register email a completed Club Registration Form http://brown.dpsk12.org/resources/voyages-before-after-school-clubs/ to parkourcoach@gmail.com

Parkour, also called freerunning, is an acrobatic art that lets kids use the environment to express themselves in a safe way. Students will learn everything from vaults to wall flips and train to master their movements.

 

Brown Shakespeare Club: grades 3-5; Presented by Sr Perea and Ms Even (Brown teachers)

Cost: Free; student maximum dependent on parent volunteers. Please contact Sr Perea or Ms Even to participate in Shakespeare Club

Experience the Bard with other Brown students. Get participate in the county-wide Shakespeare festival.

 

City Strings Guitar: grades 2-5 (ages 7 and up); Presented by City Strings Guitar (citystringsguitar.com)

Cost: $341 (10% discount for returning students from the fall semester); student minimum 5, student maximum 15. To register or to request a scholarship, email jen@citystringsguitar.com to request a registration form, or call Jen at 720-341-9737 to register over the phone

In this multi-level course, the focus will be on seriously having fun while learning the basic guitar skills for beginning and intermediate students. Please note: student must be 7 years or older. Beginner students will be taught basic chords, how to read basic tablature and chord diagrams, simple songs, and strumming patterns. Intermediate students will build on what they’ve learned previously including more chords, reading tablature, playing and writing songs, and more advanced strumming patterns. Students must bring their own acoustic guitar to each class. A $5 non-refundable material fee is included in the cost.

 

Cooking Class: THYME to TURNIP the BEET on what KIDS EAT: grades K-5; Presented by Sticky Fingers Cooking (stickyfingerscooking.com)

Cost: $280 Spring (17 sessions); student minimum 8, student maximum 12 (1/2 off available in trade for a parent/guardian who can volunteer their time for all classes; and 1 additional full scholarship available based on enrollment and need) To register, visit https://stickyfingerscooking.com/school-programs/colorado/brown-international-academy-winter-spring-17-after-school-classes-wed-k-5th call Erin at 303-648-4078 with questions. To request a scholarship, email info@stickyfingerscooking.com or call 303-648-4078

Let your child release their inner chef! Sticky Fingers Cooking offers young chefs the chance to explore exciting tastes (all seasonal and as local as possible!), master culinary skills (that they can put to use in family kitchens!) and nourish their bodies and minds. Our classes each feature a healthy recipe, emphasize safety and skill building, and encourage environmental awareness in an engaging way. Progressively, children will build upon skills learned from previous classes and by the end of the session, they will have acquired a repertoire of talent to help you at home in the kitchen! We provide all of the tools, ingredients and instruction needed to cook up a fun, delicious and healthy (sshh!) snack each week. Our on-line recipe collection is included as well for each chef for future family cooking fun!

The Curtain Playhouse­ Theatre: “Aladdin”: grades K-­5; Presented by The Curtain Playhouse (t?hecurtainplayhouse.com)?

Cost: $195; student minimum 10, student maximum 30 (1 scholarship available in trade for a parent/guardian who can volunteer their time for all classes) To register, visit? http://thecurtainplayhouse.com/blog/brown-elementary-class/?; call 720­-887-­0122? with registration questions. To request a scholarship, contact The Curtain Playhouse at info@thecurtainplayhouse.com?.

Join The Curtain Playhouse for the classic story of Aladdin, his monkey sidekick, and the beautiful Princess Jasmine! An evil magician tries to trick Aladdin in a malicious scheme to acquire a magical lamp containing a wish-granting genie. But Aladdin tricks the magician and claims the magic lamp for himself, using its power to win the princess and impress her father, the Sultan. But through awicked ploy, the magician regains possession of the lamp and kidnaps Jasmine! On this journey, you’ll meet three genies, the whining Ali “Bubba,” the fire-breathing dragon, and the haughty sultan’s wife. Tickets will be sold to the performance at $5 per person. Class ends with a family­ share show at 5:00 pm on the final day, May 11th.

 

Environmental Secret Agents: grades 2-5 – Sponsored by Ambient Energy. Cost: $160 (This money will be used for the end of the semester project); student minimum 5, student maximum 15

To register please send the Brown Voyages registration form to contact Victoria at herrerogarciavictoria@gmail.com

In this program, kids will get the opportunity to assess the school building learning about energy usage, water, indoor air quality, lighting and more. At the end of the semester, participants will “write a grant” to present to DPS Sustainability Office to possibly get some additional funding to complete a small project to improve the sustainability at Brown. Join for some fun, active learning about the environment in which they spend most of their day!

 

Fencing: grades 1-5; Presented by Scholastic Fencing League (www.scholasticfencingleague.com)

Cost: $250 (13 sessions); student minimum 6, student maximum 20. To register online visit www.scholasticfencingleague.com for questions call Monica at 720-334-3579 or email sfl.programdirector@gmail.com

Discover the Olympic sport of fencing! This beginner’s after school program provides an introduction to the history of fencing, weapons, target areas, footwork, and fencing technique. This is a mental and physical sport that teaches competition, respect, and self-discipline in a safe and fun environment.

 

Girls Chess Club for Grade K-5: Presented by Jordan Frank (Brown Student, 4th), Tony Frank (Brown Parent), and Smart Places Colorado (www.smartplacescolorado.com)

Cost: $110; student minimum 5, maximum 20 (Scholarships Available) To register or request a scholarship go to www.smartplacescolorado.com or contact Tony Frank at tonyfrank244@gmail.com or 303-961-8340.

This club is for all girls in grades K-5 who want to the learn the game of chess from the basics to advanced strategies. The weekly sessions will begin with chess piece moves and then cover key tactics, strategy, algebraic notation, and use of a chess clock. All players will receive their own chess workbook and U.S. Chess Federation chess set. Please note the club will begin on Monday, January 23 and end on May 8.

 

Healthy Happy Girls. Grades 3-5 Presented by: Betsy Clark, LCSW of Shine Integrated Therapy

Cost: $175; student minimum 7, student maximum 10. To register: shineintegratedtherapy.com or 303-455-2409 or email bclark@shineintegratedtherapy.com

Come learn how to be healthy and happy in this fitness based class led by Coach Betsy. We will spend time playing fitness games and learning how to be healthy. We will discuss healthy eating, the importance of being active, how to express emotions and how to be kind to yourself and others.

JumpBunch 60 Second Challenges: grades ECE-5; Presented by JumpBunch Denver (jumpbunch.com)

Cost: $169; student minimum 5, student maximum 20. To register or to request a scholarship, email Staci at stacilifshen@jumpbunch.com or call 720-979-9828.

Inspired by NBC’s hit TV show “Minute to Win It,” students will participate individually, in pairs or in teams, in a series of 60-second challenges designed to encourage growth in critical thinking, ingenuity, and teamwork, as well as, fine and gross motor skills, balance, agility and timing. These games are created with school agers in mind, and provide your kids plenty of opportunities to succeed and improve their skills over time. And the best part, these challenges are outrageously fun! We have over 50 challenges for the kids and will complete 3-5 of them per/class.

Jump Rope Club: grades 2-5; Presented by Coach Petro (Brown Teacher)

Cost: FREE (optional City Championships $12-15) student minimum 10, student maximum 30. To register or to request a scholarship, email Coach Petro

Test your jump rope skills on the Brown International Jump Rope Team! Learn new tricks, create freestyle routines, compete in speed and endurance contests and practice double dutch jumping. Get ready to compete against other schools in the Denver City Championships in April!

 

Karate: grades K-5; Presented by Universal Kempo Karate (denverkempo.com)

Cost: $99; Session ends 3/7); student minimum 10, student maximum 15. To register, contact James at james@denverkempo.com or 303-524-2574.

The Karate enrichment program will focus on introducing students to the basics of the Martial Arts. Students will receive lessons on the core values of the Martial Arts, respect, self discipline, courage, and excellence, as well as improve physical fitness and learn self defense strategies. The club will conclude with students performing a short demonstration for their parents and teachers, and then being promoted to white belt or being awarded the next stripe on their belt. Cost includes karate t-shirt. Please Note: This is an 8 week course. The last day will be March 17.

 

League of Wayfinders: grades K-5; Presented by League of Wayfinders (leagueofwayfinders.com)

Cost: $200; student minimum 5, student maximum 15. To register please contact Casey at Casey@leagueofwayfinders.com

As a member of the League of Wayfinders, participants will take on the role of a unique and heroic character that they design to adventure in a rich fantasy storytelling game. They will interact with other players’ characters and the Arbiter, who is in charge of describing the environment and playing the cast of colorful background characters that the players interact with. The adventuring heroes work as a team to talk their way out of jams, solve ancient puzzles, and navigate dangerous monster lairs, gaining treasure, friendship, and advancing their character’s personal story in the tale that they make together.

 

Leap N Learn: grades K-3; Presented by Colorado Ballet (www.coloradoballet.org)

Cost: $90; student minimum 10, student maximum 20; To register email a completed Club Registration Form http://brown.dpsk12.org/resources/voyages-before-after-school-clubs/ to Jo Marie Hazelton at jomarie.hazelton@coloradoballet.org or 303-339-1632. Scholarships are available. NOTE: Class runs from 1/24-4/18

Leap N Learn is a 12 week program where classes focus on creative movement and ballet. The students study a variety of dance concepts while working on spatial awareness, problem solving, and strengthening the body and brain. The program culminates with an “informance” for the parents, school, and community. Colorado Ballet provides students with dance wear and the opportunity to attend a Colorado Ballet performance at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. Select Leap N Learn students are invited to participate in a Summer Dance Camp at Colorado Ballet Studios, and one student is chosen annually for a full-year scholarship to Colorado Ballet Academy. For questions, please contact Jo Marie Hazelton at jomarie.hazelton@coloradoballet.org or 303-339-1632.

 

Math Wizards: grades K-5; Presented by Martha Sementhal (Brown Staff)

Cost: $25 per session; students may take up to 2 sessions per week; student minimum 7, maximum 25 per class. To register email a completed Club Registration Form http://brown.dpsk12.org/resources/voyages-before-after-school-clubs/ to JoAnne Payne at joannepayne1@comcast.net

Have your child explore math concepts and practice math skills through challenging and fun math games on the computer.

Mad Science – Seek, Find and Solve/Mix It Up!: grades K-5; Presented by Mad Science (www.colorado.madscience.org)

Cost: $228; Student minimum 6, student maximum 18. To register visit www.colorado.madscience.org email info@madscience.tv or call 303-403-0432.

Experiment with the forces that give us super power while connecting with science and technology in this action-packed enrichment program from Mad Science! Check out the inner workings of telecommunication and assemble a sound-wave making device. Explore innovations in alternative and renewable energy and find out how cell phones use triangulation to communicate with towers. Discover how chemicals react and how catalysts can be used to speed up a reaction! Experiment with the forces that make our universe “tick” as we learn about gravity and inertia. These concepts — and more! — will be presented through hands-on exploration that will bring out the innovator and scientist in you!

 

Maestro Music Institute Piano Class: grades ECE-5; Presented by Maestro Music Institute (www.maestromusicinstitute.com)

Cost: $352 for continuing students and $377 for new(includes registration fee), student minimum 6, student maximum 8. To register visit www.maestromusicinstitute.com, contact Beth with any questions beth@maestromusicinstitute.com

Enjoy piano class for students ages 5 and up! If you would like your children to try piano out to see if they like it, then this is the class for them! Students of all ages and levels welcome to attend. Class is generally geared toward beginner/early level students.

 

Scratch Lab: Creative Coding; Grades 1-5; Presented by Myers Learning (http://myerslearning.com/Brown.pdf)

Cost: $295 for 13, 90-minute classes. Student minimum 16, maximum 24 (Scholarships available based on enrollment and need) To register, visit http://myerslearning.com/register. Questions? email info@myerslearning.com.

Kids learn to code by creating their own video games, animated stories, and interactive art. They build their projects in Scratch, an MIT-developed computer programming language for children. Our teachers provide inspiration and support, as students experiment, tinker, create, and share. Scratch Lab is a warm and supportive learning community. It is social, hands-on, artistic, and fun. This is a great class for Scratchers of all levels, including those new to Scratch. It draws a great mix of girls and boys. Visithttp://myerslearning.com/Brown.pdf for a flyer and links to two 3-minute videos which show the fun and value of learning to code. Satisfaction is guaranteed, with a full refund of unused classes available for any child that does not love Scratch Lab.

 

SpaceTime: Space Explorers: grades K-3rd ; Presented by SpaceTime (spacetimekids.com)

Cost: $210; student minimum 8, student maximum 16. To register, visit www.spacetimekids.com/register.php; call Ed at 720-851-7700 with registration questions.

Sailing the Solar System – Set sail on an amazing journey through our cosmic neighborhood with SpaceTime’s Sailing the Solar System. This program will take you on a hands-on & minds-on adventure through the Solar System where you will get to explore the moons of Jupiter & Saturn, build your very own SpaceTime Cosmic Cruisers, pilot a remote controlled planetary crawler, test out your astronaut skills in our micro-gravity boots and much more. Rocket Blast – Rocket Blast is SpaceTime’s “best of” rockets and space mission after school enrichment program. It combines the most popular elements of our other rocket science & space mission programs into one hands-on, fun-packed rocket building and launching extravaganza and includes lots of all new elements for the 2016/2017 school year for hours of serious rocket excitement.

 

Spanish Club! Grades 2-5; Presented by Ms. Cooper and Ms Martha (Brown educators)

Cost: $160. Student minimum 10, student maximum 24. To register please email shelley_cooper@dpsk12.org.

Being bilingual is good for your brain! In this club, students will improve their Spanish using TPRS, interactive role play, playing games and singing songs! Students’ will explore Spanish by practicing vocabulary and grammar structures within a new theme during each session. Ms. Cooper, a certified teacher at Brown with a BA in Spanish literature and Ms. Martha, a native Spanish speaker and para at Brown for 20 years will work together to ensure students’ have an awesome and educational time!

 

Ukelele for Beginners: grades 2-5; Presented by Maestro Music Institute (www.maestromusicinstitute.com)

Cost: $330 for continuing students and $355 for new(includes registration fee), student minimum 5, student maximum 8. To register visit www.maestromusicinstitute.com, contact Beth with any questions beth@maestromusicinstitute.com

This fun beginner Ukelele class is great for younger students, particularly those that may still be a little young to start guitar lessons. Open to students ages 7-12. No experience is necessary to join this class. Students will learn the basics of music, chord playing and beginner pieces on the ukelele. This fun class occurs weekly on Tuesday mornings at 8am. Students must bring their own instrument as they are not provided. For recommendations on where to purchase instruments, email us at: Info@maestromusicinstitute.com(Min 5 students, max 8 students)

 

Violin for Beginners: grades 2-5; Presented by Maestro Music Institute (www.maestromusicinstitute.com)

Cost: $352 for continuing students and $377 for new(includes registration fee), student minimum 5, student maximum 7. To register visit www.maestromusicinstitute.com, contact Beth with any questions beth@maestromusicinstitute.com

This class is great for beginner violin students that have never played or that have less than 2 years of playing experience. Open to students age 7-12 years. Students will learn the basics of reading and playing beginner violin pieces from a master violinist. Students must bring thier own violin to class as instruments are not provided. For recommendations on where to purchase or rent instruments, email us at info@maestromusicinstitute.com. (Min 5 students; max 7 students)

 

Yoga Rocks! grades ECE-5; Presented by Shanti Home (shantihomeyoga.com)

Cost: $85; 13 sessions; student minimum 10, student maximum 18 (1 scholarship available based on enrollment and need). To register or to request a scholarship, email shanti@shantihomeyoga.com or call 720-394-9425

Students will participate in asanas (physical poses), breathing techniques, and meditation in a fun, supportive environment to develop focus, calmness, and body awareness. Journaling and crafts will be incorporated.

 

Young Rembrandts Drawing Classes for Grades K-5; Presented by Young Rembrandts – NW Denver & Boulder (youngrembrandts.com/DenverNW)

Cost: $189; student minimum 3, student maximum 24. To register or to request a scholarship, visit our website at https://register.asapconnected.com/ClassDetail.aspx?pk=741723, email kathleen.briscoe@youngrembrandts.com or call 303-997-4601.

Ring in the New Year with a Young Rembrandts class for your elementary student. Our budding artists will have the opportunity to flex their creative muscle as they take on fun, artistic challenges like our Jack Russell Terrier and even More Emojis in the month of January. February brings fun and culture into the classroom as our students’ learn about masquerade and dive into the mind of master artist Romero Britto. The month of March, get ready for some dinosaur-sized excitement as your elementary student recreates the ferocious T-Rex Young Rembrandts style! In the spring, if you think your student is a budding architect, he or she will love our city skyline lesson. Learning to develop and apply patterns is the focus too, as our artists venture out into the wild and create an intricate zebra drawing. Later, our students will learn about cool and warm colors with the patterned flowers lesson and realism with the London bridge and our art history lesson focusing on Gustav Klimt. Join us for the fun and adventure of these lessons and more. Sign up today!

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