Kayak Trip on Broad River

Are you looking for an exciting kayak adventure to beat the summer heat? The Savannah Lakes Outdoor Adventure Club is coordinating a trip to The Sandbar in Bowman, GA to kayak the Broad River.
When: We will plan to meet at the SLV Recreation Center on July 8th and leave at 8:00 am. The outfitter will provide kayaks, paddles, and vests so there is no need to bring your kayaks. The river is not deep and there are a lot of rocks so it is better to use their kayaks for this adventure. The best way to travel will be to carpool and caravan to The Sandbar. I will print maps for anyone interested in traveling separately. Driving time will be approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. This will get us on the river around 10:00. We will finish by 3:00 in the afternoon.

Where: The Sandbar is located at 3435 King Hall Rd, Bowman, GA 30624. We will park at their office along the river and they will collect your money and shuttle kayakers upriver. From there, we will paddle back to their office where we can shower, change, and drive home. They have a small snack bar and some supplies in their store.

What to bring: We will plan to eat lunch along the river, There are many great locations where we can stop, eat, and swim along the river along the way. There are also many small rapids and short drops in the river. You and your belongings will get wet. Plan to bring the following items with this information in mind:
– Bottled water and/or drinks (no glass)
– Sandals or water shoes
– Dry bag (that seals out water) or softside cooler to carry drinks and lunch
– Water proof camera
– Sunscreen, sunglasses, and hat
– Towel and change of clothes for when we are finished paddling
– Lunch and snacks

Cost:$20 per person (includes kayak (sit upon), paddle, vest , and shuttle)

The paddle takes an average of 3 1/2 hours to complete so plan your snacks accordingly. The river runs at a good pace so paddling is mostly to keep you pointed downstream and to direct you through the rapids. The river is shallow and you can stand in most places. This is a beautiful river and provides a river experience with rapids that can be paddled by people of all experience levels. Great activity for your visiting guests to experience. Don’t worry, everyone can handle this trip!

You may call or email Tom Green at 706-318-9495 TomGreene@wctel.net if you have any questions or would like to go on trip.
Website: The Sand Bar on Broad River


  1. Hi,

    This looks awesome. Is it still running?

    I like the fact that kayaks are provided. Especially good for the beginners who want to test kayaking out, and also those who just want to paddle a new river 🙂

  2. Steve LaPonte:

    Members of McCormick Car Club (MCC) –

    You may be aware that some members have taken to Go Karts in an attempt to recapture their lost youth. We have had two events and are planning a third for Friday, May 17.

    We have ten signed up; the limit based on the number of rental karts available. We have also planned a Driver’s Meeting to review high performance driving and car control, while having a great deal of fun. It will address track protocol including choosing a line, holding a line, giving up a turn, braking point, apex, on the throttle, passing, etc., and a Q & A session. We will call it ‘Road Racing 101’.

    You are invited to attend this meeting even if you cannot join us at the track this time.

    Bob Stockton’s garage

    145 Antioch Drive, Monticello

    May 15




    Steve LaPonte


  3. Wendy Kvale:

    Saturday, April 13- 4:00 p.m. – until: Circus Stella – James Medford Family Event Center (Formerly Multipurpose Building)
    A brand new, fun, family event for all ages, Circus Stella, a one ring circus featuring husband and wife performance team Dextre Trip & Jayna Lee along with their performing puppies, Stella, Adrian, Louise, & Rozi. All of the dogs featured in the show are mixed breed rescue dogs from various humane societies. Circus Stella has performed on a variety of TV shows such as America’s Got Talent, The Ellen Degeneres Show, NBC’s The Today Show, CBS’s The Early Show, and MTV Music Awards. With aerial silk, rope walking, trapeze, ladder balancing, juggling, unicycle, and stilt walking this show is sure to be a captivating crowd pleaser. Tickets are $5/Child $10/Adult, or $25/Family of Four. Group rates available for churches, schools, and other organizations. It is ALMOST time for Circus Stella here at PTC and we CAN’T wait! We hope that you’ll support this fantastic family event here at the college this Saturday! Bring children, grandchildren, and friends. It’s great fun for all ages!! We will have concessions available with yummy circus food (like popcorn and cotton candy!). A portion of the circus’ proceeds will be donated to assist various animal shelters in caring for their animals!
    Tickets are $5/Child $10/Adult, or $25/Family of Four (Family of 4 includes two adult tickets and two child tickets)

    Continuing Education- Extension: 864-941-8400
    Put out for PTC by
    Wendy Kvale

  4. Connie Spann:

    So you ate the chocolate bunny, peeps, and jelly beans, I have a perfect evening of exercise for you. Come out to McCormick Country Club Wed. and work those extra pounds off and dance.
    We are doing all kinds of dancing line ( I need to learn some of these line dances), twist, free movement, whatever you want. Bring snacks or whatever for your table or share.
    BYOB. $5/person cover. Doors open at and Rhonda sings from 7-10.

    We will have 2 big events to celebrate (we love to celebrate) Cinco De Mayo and Mother’s Day. If there is any other event; Birthday, Anniversary, whatever, we are in.

    Come out and enjoy the party at MCCheers.
    Connie Spann

  5. Fred Richter:

    It’s an exciting, riveting mystery comedy.

    Good seats are still available for your Community Theatre’s new play “A Tomb With a View” by Norman Robbins. Performances will be Friday, March 22nd at 7:00 and Sunday March 24th at 3:00. There will be a cash bar and free snacks will be included. Tickets are $12 and seating will be at tables of 8 as usual. Last week’s performance was a big hit and we received tons of great comments about it. If you like a great action-packed story with lots of mystery that keeps you guessing, you’ll love this one. It’s a great, well-written script and is very professionally done by a terrific cast of 10 of your friends and neighbors and a huge “crew.”
    The play is open to the public as well as SLV residents. Tickets are available at the Activity Center (391-4180)

    Fred Richter
    SLV Community Theatre

  6. Jan Burttram:

    Jitter for the Critters! Save the date:

    It is time to dust off your saddle shoes, press your poodle skirts and practice your jitterbug! The Humane Society is hosting a rock and roll night on Saturday, June 8th at the Hickory Knob Barn. Our DJ’s will be playing all of your favorite 50’s music including Frankie Valli, The Imperials, and the The Drifters. Mark this special event on your calendars and come dance, sing and reminisce! More details to follow at a later date.

    Jan Burttram

  7. Fran Becker:

    Who: The Choir of MFBC
    What: The Easter Musical: “BECAUSE WE BELIEVE”
    When: Friday, March 22, 2013 @ 7p.m. (Ice Cream Social following)
    and Sunday, March 24, 2013 @ 11a.m.
    Where: McCormick First Baptist Church
    108 Oak Street, McCormick, SC (behind BB&T Bank)
    You are ALL invited, FREE of charge, for a wonderful choral performance heralding the Easter season.

    Fran Becker

  8. Susan Wilson:

    My husband and I want to thank all the First Responders who came to our house Monday night so quickly after my father became very ill and needed to be transported to the hospital. Right after my husband dialed 911 they were at our house. The paramedic that stabilized him took great care of him. We are so lucky to have so many caring and compassionate professionals in our community.

    Susan Wilson

  9. Don Webb:


    Something new at Rotary’s 12th annual Casino Night will be TEXAS HOLD ‘EM (one table only)at Long Cane Center (Red Barn) at Hickory Knob State Park on Saturday, March 23RD, 2013, from 6 PM to 9 PM. If you like Texas Hold ‘EM plus other games of chance, this is for you! We will offer Craps, (Yes, we’re expecting Nate Andrews, your favorite, to be there), Blackjack and Pony races for your entertainment. Door prizes will be awarded every half hour. Only 100 tickets will be sold and we will give away at least 33 door prizes. One in three ticket purchasers will win! Free hot and cold hors d’oeuvres will be provided throughout the evening and a cash bar will be available. At the end of the evening, you can use your “winnings” to bid on auction prizes;ŠElectronics, Dinners, Artwork, Vacations, and more. A Major Jewelry prize will be awarded to some lucky ticket holder. A Necklace? A Bracelet? A Ring? A Diamond? All these have been awarded.

    All proceeds benefit McCormick children’s activities such as: The McCormick Library Playground; McCormick Girl Scouts & Brownies; McCormick Boy Scouts; McCormick High School Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AJROTC); Dictionaries for all third graders;Š and much, much more.

    For $30, you and your friends can get all this excitement, plus “$10,000” In-House Credits for gaming. Casino Night is always fun and exciting for everyone, but best of all, you will be supporting a worthy cause. Tickets are all advance sales. No tickets will be sold at the door. Tickets will be available in February. For more information, or to purchase tickets, please contact Rotarians Bill West (852-9301), Anne Barron (852-2835), Jim Morrow (391-2810), or Karen Hoyt (391-2265).

    Any questions regarding this article, please contact Jim Morrow, President, Rotary of McCormick County. 864-391-2810

    Jim Morrow

    Savannah Lakes Village, SC

  10. Barb Shelley:

    Corps to host spring turkey hunts at Thurmond Lake

    SAVANNAH, Ga. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Savannah District will host two turkey hunts in the Bussey Point Wildlife Management Area at J. Strom Thurmond Lake in the spring of 2013.

    The management area will be opened to all hunters on April 5 and 6. On April 13, the Corps will host a youth hunt. Hunts will be limited to 10 individuals daily. Hunters who are selected may bring a guide or guest. The guest will not be allowed to carry a weapon.

    To participate in the drawings, hunters must submit a letter requesting consideration for the hunt and should include the desired hunt date, the hunter’s name, mailing address and daytime telephone number, and mail to: Ken Boyd, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, J. Strom Thurmond Proje ct Office, 510 Clarks Hill Highway, Clarks Hill, SC 29821-9703. Requests for consideration may also be sent by email to kenneth.h.boyd@usace.army.mil. Submissions must be received at the Thurmond Project Office by 4:30 p.m. on March 20.

    Shotguns may be used for all turkey hunts. For the youth hunt on April 14, hunters must be 15 years of age of younger and must be accompanied by an adult. The adult must be licensed in accordance with the Georgia hunting regulations and will not be allowed to carry a weapon.

    The hunts will begin each day one hour before sunrise and conclude at noon. Late arrivals will be denied entry. All applicable Georgia hunting regulations apply. Visitors who are not hunting are asked to find other recreation areas to use during the scheduled hunt.

    For additional information, contact Ken Boyd at the J. Strom Thurmond Project Office at 1-800-533-3478 extension 1159 or (864) 333-1159..

    Barb Shelley
    Sent from my iPad

  11. Don Webb:

    Bear spotted!

    About 4:00 PM today, I was about 1/2 mile in on the Rails to Trails hiking path coming from the Barksdale Ferry entrance when my dogs and I came upon a large black bear with her two half-grown cubs. They were basking in the sun right in the middle of the trail. Silly me! I thought bears would be hibernating in a den at this time of year. As soon as I saw them, they saw me. We were perhaps 50 yards apart. I immediately started backing slowly away and pulling my dogs along with me. Momma Bear made a sound like a man coughing and stood up. She started walking slowly in the opposite direction and her cubs followed. She kept looking back to make sure we were really leaving the area. As soon as she was out of sight, we practically ran all the way back to my car. That was a confrontation I wanted no part of, dogs or no dogs!

    Folks, if you decide to walk in the woods alone, keep your eyes peeled. You never know what you might find. For want of a better idea, I’m thinking about carrying one of those loud air horns they use for boating emergencies or sailing in a fog. Any bear experts with suggestions?

    Don Webb

  12. Recreation Center:

    Dear SLV Members:

    Online reservations for Tennis courts are up, up, up! This great new feature to newly formatted website will give you the ability to make a tennis court reservations, If you haven’t yet started making your reservations online, now is the time to give it a try!

    Top Reasons to Make Your Tennis Reservations Online:

    Immediate confirmation, followed by an immediate email confirmation for your records and scheduled players in your group.

    2. Timeliness in making a confirmed reservation, no more waiting for a staff member to receive your voice mail or email, and wondering if it was received.
    3. Ease in making changes without calling the Recreation Center.
    4. The ability to make your court reservation at midnight in your pajamas, when the Recreation Center is already closed and you forgot that your father-in-law is visiting tomorrow!
    The ability to see which of your friends are already playing and when!
    Ability to send your guests an email confirmation of your court reservations.

    Of course we still continue to take reservations by phone to accommodate those Members who prefer that method, but we encourage you to try out the new online reservation system; we’re sure that you will find it fast, accurate, and easier than leaving a voice mail or sending email.

    A Quick Reminder on How to Make Online Reservations…
    Once you log into the website, http://www.savannahlakes.com please use your username and password: username: johndoe, password: johndoe to log into the member side of website. Please be advised that each member spouse has their own unique username and password, and it is important that we have an email address on file for each member adult.

    Located under ” Living in SLV ” you will see a tab titled “Book a Tennis Court.” This is where you can book a tennis court and look to see how many courts are already reserved at any given time.

    **Online court reservations are available 7 days in advance.
    Established Standing Reservation Groups must provide names of players 24 hours in advance to keep court reservation block.

    For a demonstration on how to make a reservation for the different areas, click on the below tutorial links. Also, click here for step by step instructions on booking procedures.

    Tennis Courts:

    We welcome your feedback on our new online reservation system! Let us know what you like. What do you think could be improved? Keep your suggestions coming!

    Recreation Center

  13. richter:

    DANCE CLASS MONDAY !! 6-7 at the AC sponsored by SLV Community Theater

    We had a great time last week, and will dance, laugh and celebrate again this week. Each week will be similar but with different music and moves each time so you can drop in any time.

    This relaxed workshop combines a variety of dance forms done at your own pace. The movement is inspired by modern, jazz, ballet, belly dance and free interpretive movement. Taught by Angelina Richter.

    Wear comfortable clothes, bare feet or shoes, avoid slippery socks.

    Nominal fee to cover expenses $4. No registration needed “walk right in” and dance.

    richter.angelina7@gmail.com 1-864-704-8345

  14. Dave Lorenzatti:

    Time is running out to get your tickets to see Franc D’Ambrosio, who
    thrilled audiences when he starred as “The Phantom of the Opera” on Broadway
    for 10 years. He will appear at Lander University Thursday, Feb. 7, at 7:30
    p.m., in a show called “Franc D’Ambrosio’s Broadway,” presented by Greenwood
    Lander Performing Arts. On Wednesday, he will audition local singers to
    appear with him on stage Thursday in the roles of Christine and Raoul from
    Phantom. This promises to be an evening of superb entertainment by a veteran
    performer of stage, screen and television. Tickets are available online at
    http://www.greenwoodlanderperformingarts.com or by calling the GLPA office at

    Dave Lorenzatti
    Greenwood Lander Performing Arts

  15. Kathie:


    All of SLV is invited to come out and enjoy a great night of food, fun and one of the best blues singers in the area. Pam Bowman, who has entertained before at Tara’s House of Blues, is sure to treat us to a night we will remember!

    And the best part is she is only $10 for your entertainment pleasure.

    If you would like to join us for the buffet dinner then your entire ticket is only $30.

    This venue is being sponsored by the SLV Tennis Committee and a small portion of our tickets will be going to our Sectional Champs – The Lady Lakers – to help defray some of the cost as they go to Surprise, Arizona to compete for a National Championship!

    Please join us!

    Friday February 8th at the AC

    Dinner at 6pm

    Entertainment at 7:30pm

    Cash bar

    There is a sign up sheet at the AC or you can call or email Kathie Kase – 391-8023 – kathiekase@gmail.com or

    Suzie Kaeding – 391-2327 – suzinindy@aol.com

    Thanks for your support!

  16. Karma Weiers:


    Thursday January 31 @ Monticello.
    PLEASE be signed in by 10:30 for an 11:00 Shot Gun Start.
    If you have prearranged your group, please wait to sign in until everyone is present.
    No need for membership or handicap.
    Great time to get those scores posted for a WGA Handicap. League begins in March.

    Karma Weiers
    Ruth Detrick

  17. Gene Graziano:

    Whether or not you are current member of the Power Squadron and you
    missed last Thursday’s dinner meeting, you missed a fun time with Sonny &

    Yes… ‘Live from McCormick’, Ronnie & Linda Kidd as Sonny & Cher put on
    quite an entertaining show with the help of their production manager and
    daughter, Jessica.

    Here are some other highlights of the evening:

    Chuck Gresham presented the VSC (Vessel Safety Check) award to Dan
    Higgins who now has won this trophy for 3 years in a row, and who as the
    Chair for this committee, has challenged another examiner to take the
    lead for 2013 while vowing to assist in that quest. (More on Vessel
    Safety Checks are forthcoming).

    Gerald Prouty confirmed that we are starting a new ABC (Americana Boating
    Class) beginning February 5th. There is still time to enroll.

    If anyone in SLV is interested in joining (or would like to see what we
    are all about) please contact Doug Chalifour 391-8497.

    Gene Graziano
    391 8075

  18. Dr. Lucia Getsi, Ph.:

    Attention all Water Exercisers,
    So many are wanting these aquatic gloves and shoes that I am getting together a large order so that we get freeship for Speedo Aquatic Mitts with velcro close and open fingertips (S, M, L, XL) and Ryka (women’s) Aquatic athletic shoes. Both these items are the top quality available in aquatic equipment, for a discounted price, good choice of colors, and whole plus half sizes in shoes. The shoes are about $60, the gloves about $20, depending on how many are ordered (the more, the lower). They last more than twice as long as other brand equipment if they are rinsed in cool tap water and dried after each use. Sign up sheet for all your info at the AC front desk, or you can email me directly. Will place order in a couple of weeks around Feb. 4. Gloves offer both buoyancy and huge resistance equivalent to foam dumb bells if you use them correctly, and supportive athletic aquatic shoes are necessary equipment for anyone doing vertical aquatic exercise in shallow to transitional depth water (mandatory for diabetics), adding stability, intentionality, resistance and muscularity to all movement down and through the water.

    Dr. Lucia Getsi, Ph.D.,
    Comparative Literature and Cognitive Poetics
    Univ. Distinguished Professor Emerita, Illinois State University
    Master Trainer and Aquatic Rehabilitation Exercise, Personal Training and Equipment Specialist
    for WaterART Fitness International

  19. Pamela D. Royal:

    Recreation Center Update

    1. Mobile Mammography van is coming to SLV Recreation Center on February 5th. University Hospital Breast Health Center will provide women with quality digital screening mammography exams. Appointments will be made every 10 minutes at Recreation Center front desk. You will be required to complete registration form and make a scheduled appointment by Monday, January 28th. Each participant must bring a copy of their insurance card and valid ID at the time of the mammogram.

    2. Stretch & Tone class time change. The new Wednesday Stretch & Tone start time will be 7:45am to allow for easier transition between classes.

    Pamela D. Royal, CPRP, AFO
    Director of Recreation
    Savannah Lakes Village

  20. Fred Richter:

    DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY, JAN 9th to get your hat in the ring if you’re interested in being involved in SLV Community Theatre’s upcoming SPRING PLAY.
    The play is a comedy thriller called “A Tomb With a View” by Norman Robbins and we’re sure our SLV audience will love it’s great plot, comedy aspects, action and intrigue. The performances are March 16th, 22nd and 24th.

    There are 4 male and 6 female acting roles, some larger, some smaller. There are also many other functions involved including: Lighting tech, sound tech, stage manager, set design and building, art work, props and several other backstage roles.

    If you are interested in discussing or auditioning for an acting role or any backstage functions or tech areas, please email me before Wednesday, Jan. 9th and we will schedule an audition for you or a meeting to discuss your interests.

    We all know many very talented people in our Village personally and we heartily encourage you to join us. And if you’ve never done any of this before, but think you’d like to, we’ve all been there and we’ll be glad to work you in.
    Please email or call me right away if you’re interested.


    Fred Richter
    SLV Community Theatre

  21. FYI for those who use Nitrogen in their tires or have an interest in using it. I had noticed that the tire store going into Lincolnton (from McCormick) advertised having available hydrogen. I went in today and sure enough they had it at a very reasonable prize. I had one tire low and they fixed the reason it was low and topped off the other three. The cost was $10 a tire. The good part is that they will top off the tires for the life of the tires for free. I have attached the store’s business card. I also found the store owner,Peyton, knowledgeable and very helpful.
    Larry Lundy

  22. Peggy Harla:

    January 9 is the date for the next SLV book club discussion when Jeffrey Zaslow’s book The Magic Room will be the topic. This non-fiction selection tells the story of Becker’s Bridal shop in Fowler, Michigan, and some of the brides who chose their dresses there. If you or your daughter are a Becker’s Bridal bride, please contact me. I am looking for wedding photos of these brides with their fathers. All are welcome (Becker’s brides or not) to join us for a discussion of, as Zaslow says, “the love we want for our daughters.” We meet at 3:30 at the Activity Center on the second Wednesday of the month.

    Peggy Harla

  23. Chamber of Commerce:

    Reminder from McCormick County Chamber of Commerce November , 2012

    Dear Bob,

    Occasionally you need a reminder.

    The Senior Center is doing their Holiday Gala tomorrow, food and crafts and a lot of fun. It is inside so you don’t have to worry about the nip in the air. This Saturday from 10am -3pm

    Today is the day for any non-profits attending Board Recruitment and Development in Greenwood on the Nov. 28th to submit their RSVPs.

    Next week is Thanksgiving week and a lot of establishments will be closed Thursday and Friday in observation of the Thanksgiving Day holiday. The Chamber will be closed for those two days as well. If you want something sent out on Chamberlink it needs to be submitted early. There is always the community calendar on our website.

    While you are shopping don’t forget to pick something up for the Toys for Tots Drive at Michele’s.
    And last but not least. There will be another Identity Theft workshop at the Chamber on Monday Nov. 19 from 6-7:30 pm. Space is limited so call 391.2781 to reserve a seat.

    Have a great weekend!

    McCormick County Chamber of Commerce

  24. Jack Nickol:

    The Good Shepherd Men’s Club will be serving its all you an eat pancake breakfast on Sunday Nov. 11th from 800am to 100pm in the Church Parish Life Center on Hwy 221, North of town. Please come and enjoy a good breakfast and spirited fellowship. Help the Men’s Club continue its community efforts to aid those less fortunate than ourselves. Breakfast will consist of regular, blueberry and chocolate chip pancakes, hot and spicy sausage, peaches, juice and coffee. Cost is just $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for children under 12.

    Jack Nickol

  25. Shaaron Kohl:

    Volunteers needed!
    Children’s Hope managers, Terri and Martin Bailey, are planning to
    deliver a truckload of donations to a church in New Jersey, which will
    help provide some comfort to Hurricane Sandy’s victims.
    The Bailey’s would greatly appreciate any volunteers who could come to
    the Children’s Hope site on South Main St., anytime during the next three
    days to help organize and pack the truck, beginning at 8:30am. Even an
    hour of your time would make a big difference.
    Food supplies, bottled water, etc., can be dropped off at the same site.
    The truck will leave sometime Sunday–Martin is hoping to manage a couple
    runs over the next week or two, depending on our community’s response.

    Shaaron Kohl skohl@wctel.net
    For Martin and Terri Bailey of McCormick

  26. Debbie Douglass:


    Focal Points
    Focal points can be used to add structure to your garden. They are the visual hinges of the garden design, the objects that draw the eye and lead the visitor towards them. A focal point can be achieved by careful planning, a well-chosen tree or a group of plants positioned to stand out in their surroundings. A birdbath or water feature, that prize winning “unique” piece you found and planted in from last months challenge, etc. A garden can only sustain a certain number however; a small garden perhaps one, and a larger one more, but in different areas. Keep in mind the proportions of the object to the size of your garden.

    What do you think of a fence? This is a great time of the year to construct one for your landscape. Fences can be open to show the view, or closed, to contain a space. It is essential that they should fit your garden and its setting. Some advantages are that they are cheaper than walls, quicker to build, and something that you can do yourselves. Think of two sections of split rail fencing at a ninety-degree angle in a corner of your yard. Now think of landscaping around it, fun.

    Cleaning Containers
    By cleaning used terra cotta containers before replanting or storing, you help prevent spreading plant diseases and pests. Use a stiff wire brush, scrape off soil and fertilizer residue, algae, and salt crust inside and outside the pot. Then scrub the pots with a 12-percent bleach/water solution and rinse well. To freshen up a pot, brush the surface with linseed oil using an old rag.

    Making Herb Vinegars
    These are so easy to make, and now is the time to be using the last of your herbs before they go to seed. Use 1 cup of fresh-picked herbs to flavor 1 quart of vinegar. You can use white, cider, or wine vinegar depending on your taste. Simply loosely fill a glass jar with clean herbs. Cover with vinegar and cap with plastic or a cork (don’t use metal). Store in a cool dark place for two to six weeks. Strain to remove the herbs when the flavor satisfies your taste.

  27. Paul Ruelle:

    THE ART OF STORYTELLING will be the subject for the Group Discussion
    meeting this Tuesday, October 23 at 10 a.m. Bob Linsenmayer will be the
    presenter and lead the discussion. More information to follow. Mark
    your social calendar and join us.

    Paul Ruelle

  28. Connie Spann:

    Come out this Weds. to a Country Club in McCormick and dance to the music of our famous local singer. Bring your snacks and drink of choice.

    Doors open at 6 and the music starts at 7. Cover $8/person or $15/couple. We have a wonderful, roomy, clean environment to socialize and dance.

    Hope to see you there.

    Connie Spann

  29. Donna and Ed Irmis:


    OK, that’s our plan … that is, visiting Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Chile on a Holland America cruise. We know about the visa requirements in Brazil (flying to Rio) and have gone through their multitude of hoops to obtain the visa. However, Holland America is unclear about entry fees in the other three countries. Those countries do not require visas but have “reciprocity” fees for U.S. citizens. Holland America believes these are only charged upon entry at the airport (a flight into the country). If you have been on a cruise and taken a shore excursion from the ship into any of these countries, were you required to pay an entry or reciprocity fee? BTW: The rules seem to change as fast as the weather. Thanks ….

    Donna and Ed Irmis

  30. Marianne Chalifour:


    If you haven’t already done so, set aside Friday, October 26th for the Shenandoah Tailgate Party at Tara.

    Happy Hour will be from 4:30-5:30 and dinner ($13.83) immediately following. Flyers will follow as reminders.

    Be on time for the fun & games! Wear your favorite collegiate team football colors! It’s going to be a TAILGATE PARTY!!

    Call Shirley at Tara (Tuesday-Friday 10 -3) to make your reservation by October 20th.

    Your Shenandoah Cheerleaders will greet you at the door. Oh Boy!

    Marianne Chalifour

  31. larry:

    McCormick Car Club Members

    Gold Rush:

    This coming Saturday is the Annual Gold Rush Festival and our club is sponsoring a car show as part of the festival. Historically MCC members Mike and Arita Morrett have been the driving force for the show

    and through their efforts the car show has grown in participation from year to year. The proceeds from the car show are donated to Charity and the 2012 recipient will be the local McCormick Food Bank.

    This year’s car show is expected to be the largest ever and as such we’ll need a host of volunteers to aide in its success. If you would like to participate as a volunteer, pls. contact me via email, we could use

    your help. In addition, if you would like to bring that special car of yours up to the show for public display, even though you may not be interested in having it judged, pls. do so. If you would like to get your car

    in the competition (judged) we would love to have you participate. The important thing for this activity is to HAVE FUN.

    There will be a follow up email coming to you this Thursday as a reminder, as well as additional detail re. the event. Thank you in advance for your help.

    Picnic @ the Lovely’s:

    We had over 20 members attend the picnic, with Pizza’s of different varieties along with salad and some tasty Brownies. I heard no one walked away hungry. I wanted to also extend a big Thank-You to the owner

    (Tim) of Michelle’s Pizza for giving us a nice break on the cost of the Pizza’s. Michelle’s owners are tremendous supporters of the McCormick Community. I would encourage you to support their establishment.

    Arita Morrett (car show organizer for the Gold Rush Festival) shared with us the organizational details of the show, the need for volunteers and the fact that while she and her husband Mike would normally

    handle the shows operation, Mike is experiencing some health issues which may not allow him to participate, therefore volunteers are even more important. Volunteers will mostly be involved with passive

    activities (nothing heavy/strenuous). Some members have already stepped forward to lend a hand, and we appreciate that very much.

    I will be sending out reminders in the near future re. upcoming events that you may enjoy, so stay tuned.

    That’s all for now…Mary and I look forward to seeing y’all at the Gold Rush.



  32. P Dain:

    Snack at the MACK

    The Humane Society of McCormick County is now selling tickets for a chicken dinner fundraiser to be held on Saturday September 22nd at the MACK Park. Meals are available for take-out or join the group and dine al fresco on provided picnic tables. Plates will be served from 12 noon until 2:00 and will feature a half of chicken, baked beans and Cole Slaw. Tickets are $9 each and advance purchase is required. Tickets are available in town at the Red Rooster or phone Jan Burttram 864-602-1513, Ron or Jude Cook 864-391-5414 and in the Barksdale Ferry area, Pauline Dain 864 391-4440.

    HSMC is a 100% all volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of stray and abandoned animals. Please show your support.

    P Dain
    864 391-4440

  33. Sydnee Voigt:

    The Humane Society of McCormick County is pleased to announce

    Jazz at the Gin
    Saturday, November 3rd, 5 – 8 pm
    at McCormick’s historical “The Old Cotton Gin” in downtown McCormick
    Open seating & valet parking
    $35 per person
    Featuring: New Orleans Style Finger Food, Live Music & Dancing, Auction & Door Prizes!
    Catered by Corley’s Market & Grill, music provided by Incognito featuring Pamela Bowman

    Become an Angel or Patron and enjoy the additional benefits of

    An invitation to a gala Patron Party Friday, November 2nd, 5 – 7 pm at a private home in SLV
    Reserved seating section & parking at the Saturday event & special recognition in the event program book
    Limited number of Angel & Patron tickets available
    Angel $200 gives you 4 tickets to both evenings
    Patron $125 gives you 2 tickets to both evenings

    For ticket, event & sponsor information call (864) 602-1549 or (864) 391-2FIX

    We look forward to seeing you at the annual HSMC fundraiser & can assure you of a fun evening, plenty of seating in a special McCormick landmark & the good feeling of helping so many cats & dogs in need in our own ‘backyard’.
    We could not do it without you!

    Sydnee Voigt – Jazz at the Gin Coordinator
    sydneevoigt@gmail.com / 391.2286

  34. Barb Shelley:


    The McCormick County Community Chorus will be presenting their Christmas Concert at the AC on Thursday, December 6 (7:30PM) and Sunday, December 9 (3PM). .. Mark your calendars now!!

    MCCC will be starting rehearsals on Monday evening, September 10 at the McCormick United Methodist Church at 7PM and we’d love to have you join us!! There are no auditions, just a love of music! You decide what part fits you now.. Alto, Soprano, Tenor or Bass (Yes, some of our voices have changed over the years!) At the first rehearsal, we will be paying our dues ($10), collecting our music and catching up with each others news the first half hour and then start our rehearsal at 7:30PM.

    Do not feel you must become a member the first week, come by and join us and see how it feels. I have to warn you, you will be hooked!
    Jeanne is a lot of fun and very talented director who has a lot of patience to work with enthusiastic folks like us! I have personally become friends with lots of folks I would not have met otherwise, it is a good melting pot of not just SLV, but McCormick County (and some from Lincoln County).

    We are going to try something different this year and have rehearsals start at 7PM on Mondays and go until 8:30PM the first month, then re-evaluate if we like the change. That is a half hour earlier than we have been meeting and it might help with those having trouble concentrating since they are missing a kick-off on Monday Night Football or the latest Dancing with the Stars!!!

    Come, give it try.. it’s fun!
    And mark Dec 6 and 9 on your calendars right now!!

    Barb Shelley
    Publicity Chair (MCCC)

  35. McCormick Children’s Home Performance features former Savannah Lakes resident

    The McCormick Children’s Home will have a benefit concert, featuring former Savannah Lakes resident Ora Poole (soloist), the Hilltop Strummers (from Canton, Ga.) and the Garden City Strummers (from Augusta, Ga) at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2012 at the Savannah Lakes Village Activity Center. A love offering will be taken for the children’s home. After the concert there will be a complimentary ice cream social.
    Ora Poole is looking forward to returning to McCormick where she has frequently sung for different occasions since she and her husband, Jerome, moved several years ago to reside in Canton, Ga. She still holds such affection for the people of McCormick and surrounding areas who so graciously opened their hearts and worked so hard to help settle her family into McCormick when they came here after Hurricane Katrina. Ora spends lots of time in Ga., now ministering in churches, senior citizen homes and doing concerts, sometimes along with the Hilltop Strummers. Her other love is tennis.
    The Strummers, a group of mountain, (lap/hammer) dulcimers, is a satellite club of the North Georgia Foothills Dulcimer Association. Most participants were new to this instrument, but all desired the opportunity to play this sweet music with others. Needing instruments, members built 24 dulcimers from kits. This kept the cost low for folks who wanted to try playing. The formula worked.
    The dulcimer instrument first appeared in the early 19th century among Scots-Irish immigrant communities in the southern Appalachian Mountains. The design of the lap dulcimer, with its droning strings is reminiscent of the sounds of the bagpipe. “Dulcimer” comes from the Latin and Greek, and means “sweet music.”
    The club has grown from three to more than 40 active members.
    For additional information, please contact Irena L. Webster, McCormick Children’s Home, Inc. at (864) 391-2931 or mchvcord@gmail.com.

  36. tb:

    New Sewing Group Forming

    The Central Savannah River chapter of the American Sewing Guild, a national organization for sewing enthusiasts, is starting a neighborhood group in Greenwood. The first meeting will be August 29th at 1 PM in the Greenwood Library, 600 Main St., Greenwood.
    This event is free and area sewers of all interests and all skill levels are encouraged to attend. If you are unable to attend or need additional information please call Sue at 864-227-8175. For general information about ASG go to asg.org.

    This is a Public Service Announcement.

  37. Joan Prince:

    Bluegrass Concert Saturday
    The Kelley Family Bluegrass Band from Appling will perform a free concert at Hickory Knob in the Great Room on Saturday 8/4 from 7-8 PM.

    Joan Prince

  38. Fred Richter:

    Joy of Life Discussion Group – Next Meeting Tues, August 7th at the Richters

    T’his week’s meeting was very inspiring and informative. Hope you’ll join us for our next meeting. Next topic is “Creativity- The Spark of Life”

    If you’d like to find out ways to have more fun, make your life more rewarding, deal with the negatives better, improve all your relationships, find new challenges, feel good a lot, be more positive and just plain be happier, come and be a part of our group. No experience necessary – (at being filled with joy) (sm). But people already happy are welcome too!! You might make others happier.

    We meet every first and third Tuesday at 11:30, for about an hour and a half.

    Some of the things that came out from this week’s meeting on Gratitude were:

    -Many people are the most grateful for loved ones and for the real satisfactions in life, not so much for material things.
    -There are so many ways to show appreciation and gratitude and it’s very important to express it to others. One little expression of appreciation can change someone’s life forever.
    -Receiving appreciation can be just as wonderful as giving it out. Think of an experience of expressing gratitude and another experience of receiving it from someone- so profound that you’ve never forgotten the feelings.
    -A letter or a phone call or even an email telling someone that you appreciate them or something they did can change someone’s day and leave you with a wonderful feeling.
    -Sometimes we’re most grateful for unexpected outcomes of situations that were not of our conscious choosing.
    -We show appreciation by taking care of ourselves, of others and of what we have.
    -Don’t look back at what might have been – it could have turned out worse.
    -We can be very grateful for the person we once were – that person might now be our best teacher.
    – Compose, add to and review often a list of all that you are grateful for. It comes in really handy on bad days.
    -We can be very grateful for our life’s path which took us where we never planned to go with people and experiences better than any we could have mapped out.
    -How often do we express deep, heartfelt appreciation to those closest to us?
    -Gratitude is an emotion ignited by thoughts and it changes every cell in our bodies, improves our health and the quality of our lives.

    Fred Richter

  39. Fred Richter:

    Joy of LIfe Discussion Group meets tomorrow, Tuesday, July 17th at the Richters on Kingfisher Point.
    We’ve changed our time to 11:30 to accommodate people in yoga and other groups.

    The topic for this meeting will be:

    We’ll talk about how we can always find something to be grateful for, internalizing gratitude into our core, practicing changing our thoughts, finding good even in bad, sending out gratitude all around us, talking, thinking and being gratitude. We’ll explore how true gratitude will enhance our relationships, extend our lives, fill us with contentment, make our lives easier and help us deal with losses. We’ll dig into the many ways we can find things to be grateful for in the beauty around us and the people and wonders in our lives and our world and how focusing in those things in life can change our whole being.

    Hope you can join us. If you have guests, family, friends who’d like to come, they’re welcome too.

    Our meetings our held at our home on Kingfisher Point on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 11:30 A.M. Meeting usually last an hour and a half or so.

    All are welcome, including anyone in the Village or from outside of SLV. Each person is welcome to contribute to the discussion or not, as your comfort level dictates. There is no cost or obligation.
    Please RSVP by email if you’d like to attend.

    Being a new group and exploring new areas and ideas, we will be most open to other related ideas and suggestions to expand/improve our material and will be open to anyone who would like to provide a topic or lead any of the discussions. We’re also open to using all available resources to enhance our discussions.


    Fred Richter
    319 Kingfisher Pt.
    Savannah Lakes Village, SC

  40. Michael Sherard:

    If fresh “wild-caught” SC seafood is on your grocery list or palette, you will want to check out a new seafood vendor on 378 across from the former Diane’s Creations. They are open on Thursdays from 11-6. He is a former shrimp boat captain himself, with contacts on the coast, where he is getting it on a regular basis, and they are friends of ours. They do the running for you, you get to enjoy it in your own home. We don’t think you will be disappointed! We hope you will try them.

    Carl and Janet Frank

  41. As part of cleaning up McCormick, the McCormick County Chamber of
    Commerce has arranged for a shredding Truck to come to McCormick on
    Saturday April 28th, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The location will
    be at the parking lot of the McCormick United Methodist Church in
    McCormick across from the McCormick Tire & Battery and near the
    McCormick Chamber of Commerce office at corner of Gold and Pine street.

    This is perfect time to clean out those old records that have personal
    information that all have collected over time. We will have someone
    available to assist (if needed) to get the materials from your car to the
    shredder. There will not be a cost associated with this event, but
    contributions will be accepted to cover the travel cost. The company name
    is SHRED-A-WAY from Piedmont SC. We also appreciate the McCormick United
    Methodist Church for the use of their parking lot. All resident /
    business in McCormick can participate.

    For additional information, you can call

    Heather McNally, program Director
    852-3216 or cell 602-0331

    Byron Thompson
    Chamber Member

  42. Phil Kinzer:


    2012 Masters Champion, Bubba Watson has played golf in a Tournament right here at Savannah Lakes Village.

    One year prior to the beginning of The Savannah Lakes Classic which first took place in 2003 Bubba played in The 2002 DP Tour which was a developmental golf tour event played at our own Tara Golf Course. Chip Deason who also played in that event set the course record at Tara with a 62 and while we don’t expect Bubba to return Chip Deason from nearby Lexington, SC is listed as a participant in this year’s Savannah Lakes Village Classic.

    Mark your calendars, our event starts Monday April 23rd with preliminary activities at Monticello Golf Course and tournament days beginning Thursday April 26th. Sunday April 29th will see the winner of this year’s event awarded his share of the $200,000
    Purse. A full schedule of events will be posted on Neighborlink and listed on our SLV web site.

    Plan to come see “Where Tomorrow’s PGA Tour Champions Are Playing Today”

    Phil Kinzer
    SLV/NGA Communications

  43. Don Smith:

    Don’t forget to stop and see the Japanese Maple trees, various sizes, tomorrow between 9am and 6 pm in the parking lot next to the Village Store. They’re just beautiful and inexpensively priced!

    Don Smith

  44. Dave Lorenzatti:

    LYRA, the vocal ensemble from St. Petersburg, Russia, will make a return engagement at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in McCormick on Tuesday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. If you attended their concert at Good Shepherd two years ago, you’ll recall their dynamic performance of selections from the Russian Orthodox Church, folk songs and classical music from Russian masters. The five members of the group are operatic soloists in their own right, and their appearance on May 1 promises to be as dynamic. Seating in the church is limited and we have sold more than 50 tickets already. So, don’t delay; order your tickets now because they will not be available at the door on the night on the concert. Prices are $15 each, two for $25. For tickets, call Dave Lorenzatti at 391-4339, Susan Davis at 391-5058; or the Good Shepherd office Tuesday through Thursdays between 9-3 at 852-4722. LYRA will be a unique treat you won’t want to miss.

    Dave Lorenzatti

  45. Susie Hartz:

    Celebrate spring with the Community Chorus!

    Your friends and neighbors have been having a grand time preparing for you a “Potpourri of Songs”.
    The program is full of chorus favorites from all across the spectrum. We have Broadway, sacred, road tunes and more.
    You’ll be sure to know most of the words, and will no doubt find yourself smiling and humming along to such classics as “High Hopes” and “New York, New York”.
    We even have guest musicians joining us, and several choir members offering special talents to round out the show.
    Tickets are just $6 for adults and $3 for students, and are available at the Activity Center desk, or from any chorus member.
    There are two performances – Thursday, April 12th at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday April 15th at 3 p.m.
    Come on out and join the fun – it’s sure to be just the right mix of spicy, sweet, tangy and mellow – like any good potpourri!

    Susie Hartz, for MCCC

  46. Linda Liddiard:

    Hi everyone..we just made it back to central new york and it is freezing here!! WE spent a great whirlwind 3 days in SLV seeing houses, golfing and enjoying the beautiful area. Just wanted to say we were so impressed we may be making it our home! Thanks to the very nice peple who sought us out in the clubhouses..we could not believe how friendly everyone was! Special thanks to Michael and Theresa!! (Linda and Al Liddiard)

  47. Rosemarie Nalevaiko:

    Spring is here! Need some incentive to clean up and clean out? The Humane Society of McCormick County would be happy to take these “treasures” off your hands once again. We could use anything, large or small for the May 5th yard sale at the Activity Center.

    If you are able to deliver large items that morning, it would be appreciated, as our storage space is limited (furniture, bikes, small appliances, etc.). Please contact me to arrange for pick up in advance of the sale, if you need assistance.

    As customary the Humane Society will have tables with a variety of items for sale. We know there are many worthy causes in need. Hopefully we can all spread the wealth. Whatever we do not sell, we donate locally. Your generosity last year brought in much needed revenue. Please consider donating to help continue ours efforts in our Spay/Neuter campaign and finding homeless dogs and cats a permanent home.

    Please attend the biggest yard sale in McCormick on Saturday, May 5th from 8am – 11am.

    Come early for the good stuff!

    Rosemarie Nalevaiko, Chairperson

  48. Here is an email for a Mary Kay representative.

  49. Shaaron Kohl:

    A timely invitation…..

    Volunteers wanting to paint and participate in the Visitors Coucil Quilt Trail Project are invtied to “just show up” any or every Wednesday, 1pm, at our workshop headquarters in the Red Rooster on Maint St., downtown McCormick. It is casual, it is purposeful, and just plain FUN!!

    Shaaron Kohl for the Visitors Council

  50. Pam "Paisley" Davis:

    Just a BIG THANK YOU to all the ladies that came to lunch bunch yesterday!

    It was a truly a privilege to share with you my passion for Skin Care.
    While there may have been some misunderstanding in the beginning about the topic of Skin Care vs Cosmetics….I hope that you were able to glean something new and interesting to help you have healthier, happier skin. I loved your participation in the program…that’s what makes it fun for me.
    So, I’ll bet right now you are making your “Funny” faces, doing the exercises that we tried yesterday!!!!
    Remember…..all muscles are attached…so tuck those bee-hind muscles…smile..and take 10 years off your face! Happy Day!

    Pam “Paisley” Davis

  51. What do you know about The Declaration of Independence? It will be discussed on at 10 AM,Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at the Activity Center.
    Ellen Cook will lead the discussion. Everyone is invited to come hear what people have to say about the document. This is a Discussion Group notice.

    George McKee

  52. Theresa:

    Hi Steve, how big are they going to be and how much? We will be there. Thanks Theresa and Bob

  53. Steve:

    Hey SLV residents,
    Im Steve , your ups man.
    Im going to bring some of my Japanese Maple trees up there Sat .March 31
    for a big plant sell behind the Village Store. Hope to see you there!

    • Michelle Emery:

      Steve~ Those are one of my most favorite trees. I call em “fire trees” 😉 I am extremely interested. Is there a way you could give me an estimated price? TIA.

    • Hi Steve, how big are they going to be and how much? We will be there. Thanks Theresa and Bob
      Submitted on 2012/03/27 at 3:06 PM | In reply to Steve.

      Steve~ Those are one of my most favorite trees. I call em “fire trees” I am extremely interested. Is there a way you could give me an estimated price? TIA.

    • Steve:

      3 gal.-7 gal.
      $25.00 to $75.00 Hope to see you around 9 a.m.

  54. Libbi McGreevy:

    . While I understand that the neighbor link wants to keep the site just for person to person neighbor communications It is nice to see a portion of this site dedicated for local services
    To the services end, does anyone have a recommendation for a garage door company who
    does sales and installation of garage door openers?
    Totally off the subject, when do the hummingbirds come back? I would like to have our feeders ready. 🙂

  55. Yvonne Morris:

    in conjunction with the McCORMICK SPRING BONANZA will present the McCORMICK GRIST MILL FLOWER SHOW at the Grist Mill, 200 Main St., McCormick on Saturday, April 21, 2012

    Open to the Public 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

  56. Bob Everett:

    I have been an International Prison ministry called Kairos. I have been participating in it since 1994 or thereabouts. Its a total volunteer ministry and meets twice a year for training sessions for a 4 days preparation for service in the local Prison. We have two—2 day programs in the prison each year. We also meet with Inmate population who have graduated from the Kairos program the 3rd Saturday of each month. It is a very satisfying and rewarding program for volunteers to get themselves involved in. There are 6 of us villagers who are presently involved in this effort. We welcome all newcomers.

  57. Libbi McGreevy:

    Hi Pam & Theresa,
    I think a spa would be great and hold a lot of attraction for people in the village. I have a question. I have an adorable and loving Boston Terrier who lost her baby sitter when we moved from ca to here. Do you know of anyone local who takes pets into their homes to sit for them? We tried a kennel once for Lexi with disastrous results. Thanks,
    Libbi & Bill

    • Pam "Paisley" Davis:

      Hi Libbi & Theresa…keep the Spa comments coming!!!!!
      I have been trying for 3+ years to get this going. If enough folks want this perhaps it will actually come to pass.
      Please give me an idea as to what type of service you would take part in and try to be specific. Example: Body Wrap; Salt Golw; Sugar Scrub; Facials; Microdermabrasion; Manucures and Pedicures; Massage (we already have that ofcourse); Hair Styling; Hair Removal..ie:waxing.
      Lets just keep trying to get this done!!!!!

  58. Dot Sherard:

    Always spread sandwich ingredients on bread before cutting edges – if you don’t there’s bread with nothing on it! Use an electric knife to take off edges.

    In most recipes if it calls for 16 ozs. of an ingredient, 12 ozs. will work just as well with no flavor change

    When baking cup cakes, cookies, most uncovered meats, turn pan half way through cycle – the back of oven is always hotter.

    Need to slice cake rounds? Use dental floss.

    Use a medium size punch bowl, add ice and you have a champagne cooler.

    Who know? Pair silver and silver-plate. Can also use pewter – it’s low maintenance. Don’t over-polish silver. Each time a thin layer of the surface is taken off.

    Create a pretty table. Gather throw away jars – jam, jellies, etc. Fill with candles of equal size or float votives; group on a pretty tray, maybe place a few pieces of greenery from your yard between the jars. Hurricane vases make beautiful containers for candles or flowers. Look in your china cabinet for footed, wide-mouth bowls – they work well with candles. Just make sure the top is wide enough for the candles you are using so they won’t smoke.

  59. Tom Westgate:

    McCcormick Lions club has set the date of 10 April 2012 for the Annual Golf Classic. This will be the 14th annual and will be held again at Hickory Knob Golf course with a 12 noon shotgun start and dinner following golf at the Red Barn. Applications are available at all local golf courses or also available on-line. Cost is $ 60 per golfer including the meal. Extra meals can be purchased for $15. Deadline of 1 April 2012(no foolin). Contact Tom Westgate 391-3933 or Bill Young 391-5577. For donations or prizes or Ad signage contact Alex Stewart 391-8366

  60. McCcormick Lions club has set the date of 10 April 2012 for the Annual Golf Classic. This will be the 14th annual and will be held again at Hickory Knob Golf course with a 12 noon shotgun start and dinner following golf at the Red Barn. Applications are available at all local golf courses or also available on-line. Cost is $ 60 per golfer including the meal. Extra meals can be purchased for $15. Deadline of 1 April 2012(no foolin). Contact Tom Westgate 391-3933 or Bill Young 391-5577. For donations or prizes or Ad signage contact Alex Stewart 391-8366

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