Monday, May 4
- Temple Beth El:
Time: 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
3rd Annual Golf Tournament and Silent Auction at Deerfield Golf Club, 507 Thompson Station Rd., Newark, DE 19711. Tournament is from 11am to 7pm. Single golfer - $150; Foursome - $500
Includes: Greens Fees, Golf Cart, Hitting Range, Gift Pack, Lunch, Beverages on the course, Dinner, Silent Auction and Awards Ceremony. For additional details, call Temple Beth El at 302-366-8330. www.tbede.org
Proceeds Benefit: Temple Beth El
For more information contact: Temple Beth El, 302-366-8330 or visit www.tbede.org
- Wilmington Library :
Have you ever wanted to learn to speak Chinese?
Charles McKinney will teach you the basics of the Chinese Language during four sessions at the Wilmington Library, located on 10 East 10th Street in Wilmington. Dates are as follows:
Monday, May 4th 6pm-7pm
Wednesday, May 13th 6pm-7pm
Monday, May 18th 6pm-7pm
Wednesday, May 27th 6pm-7pm
These programs are free to attend. Please register at http://tinyurl.com/Chinese2015
Charles McKinney is a Freelance Writer, Editor and Instructor. He has lived in Asia for more than three years.
For more information contact: Lisa Frank 302.571.7401 or visit wilmington.lib.de.us/2014/12/04/lean-to-speak-chinese/
- Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights:
Join us at the Marshall Steam Museum in May for our Volunteer Meeting & Open House! Newcomers arrive by 6:30pm and enjoy a tour of the museum and quick introduction to our volunteer program. During the meeting learn about what projects our volunteers are currently working such as railroad track project and popcorn popper restoration. We'll also share new opportunities for 2015. **Newcomers are encouraged to rsvp by Monday, May 4 so that we have somebody to welcome you and give you your tour. Rsvp by calling the FAHP office or emailing email@example.com.
Proceeds Benefit: Friends of Auburn Heights Preserve (FAHP)
For more information contact: Jesse Gagnon 302-239-2385 or visit auburnheights.org/
- UD Botanic Gardens:
How should we garden in this time of global change? Can we design plantings that will survive varied and even unpredictable conditions? Natural systems deal with unpredictability every day and have persisted through eons of change. Join the University of Delaware Botanic Gardens in welcoming Travis Beck, Director of Horticulture at Mt. Cuba Center, as he answers these questions and shows us how to apply the ecological principles that underlie these natural systems to create successful and resilient gardens and landscapes. This event is free for UDBG Friends and $10 for non-members. Call (302) 831-2531 or email BotanicGardens@udel.edu to register.
Proceeds Benefit: UD Botanic Gardens
For more information contact: Sue Biddle, 302-831-2531 or visit www.canr.udel.edu/udbg
- Wilmington Library :
The Delaware Financial Literacy Institute will be giving a free program about the Success Secrets of America's Millionaires. This program will be held in the P.S. duPont Meeting Room located on 10 East 10th Street in Wilmington from 6pm to 7:30pm.
For more information contact: Lisa Frank 302.571.7401 or visit wilmington.lib.de.us/2015/03/06/money-school-programs/
- Big Brothers Big Sisters:
Grab 5 of your family, friends or co-workers and come out and bowl a couple of games at Prices Corner Bowling Center from 6pm to 8pm. Enjoy music, free food, prizes and lots more. Each bowler needs to raise $75.00 to receive a free t-shirt. Proceeds Benefit: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware
For more information contact: Jeanne Kasey (302) 998-3577 or visit bbbsde.org
- Opus One Vocal Arts:
Opus One Vocal Arts presents “Music For A Royal Wedding”, A festive concert featuring music written for and performed at Royal Weddings throughout history. Featuring professional soloist Augustine Mercante, countertenor, Ryan Tibbetts, bass, and Jill Broadway, soprano along with members of the Newark Symphony Orchestra. Music by Handel, Whitacre, Mealor and Pinkham. A Champagne and Wedding Cake Reception follows concert. The concert takes place at Calvary Episcopal Church on 304 Lore Ave in Wilmington and begins at 7:30pm.
Tickets: $20, adults; $15 seniors and students; Children under 12 FREE. For more information contact: Ryan Pryslak 302-743-1201 or visit www.opusonevocalarts.com
- American Legion Ambulance Station 64 of Smyrna Delaware:
American Legion Ambulance Station 64 of Smyrna will be holding their Second Annual Touch-A- Truck Event on May 9th at Providence Creek Academy from 11am- 3pm. This event provides a unique opportunity for children to explore vehicles of all types including public service, emergency, utility, construction, landscaping, transportation, delivery, and just plain cool – all in one place! Children will be allowed to touch their favorite vehicles, get behind the wheel, and meet the people who help to build, protect, and serve our community. Displays, a moon bounce, games, and food will also be part of the day’s entertainment. Admission is $5.00 A person or $20.00 for a Family of 4 or more. Children under 3 are free. The funds raised from this event will help support Ambulance 64 in providing Emergency Medical Services to Southern New Castle and Kent County.
Proceeds Benefit: American Legion Ambulance Station 64 of Smyrna Delaware
For more information contact: Sean Martin 302-377-9695 or visit www.facebook.com/pages/David-C-Harrison-Post-No14-American-Legion-Ambulance-Service-Station-64/128508713840268
- Brandywine River Museum of Art:
Immerse yourself in Kuerner Farm, a source of inspiration for Andrew Wyeth for over 70 years, and a featured property on the National Register of Historic Places, with an art class led by Karl J. Kuerner. As the grandson of two of Andrew Wyeth’s best-known subjects and a student of Carolyn Wyeth, Karl’s personal experiences with the farm provide special insight into the property and its rich history. Participants will provide art materials of their own choosing, and should dress appropriately for working outdoors. The first class will begin at the Brandywine River Museum of Art. Cost is $250 per person (members, $200). Space is limited; see website to register. Classes are on Tuesdays through May 5th, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m and on
Saturdays from through May 9th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more information contact: 610-388-2700 or visit www.brandywinemuseumshop.org/Events.aspx
- Daughters of The American Revolution :
The Delaware Society National Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Committee has joined with four other lineage societies to present a FREE Genealogy Workshop open to the public on Saturday, May 9th. This workshop is free and will be held in Newark at the Holiday Inn Express. All are welcome, beginners to experts, men and women. Basic Skills Workshop and individual sessions with genealogists. Open to the public. 2pm to 5pm. Pre-registration is not required but recommended for appointment with a genealogist. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line "Workshop" for more information.
- Delaware Chapter Centurions Motorcycle Club Run for Fun:
Centurions Motorcycle Club Run starts at Tri-State Mall on 333 Naamans Road in Claymont and Ends at St. Anthony Club on 1017 Gray Street in New Castle. 1st annual Run Registration starts at 8:30am. Kick stands up at 11:00am. Escorted Ride to St. Anthony’s Club in New Castle. Early registration until May 5th. $15 per rider/ $20 with passenger. May 6 to day of event: $20 per rider/ $25 with passenger
Proceeds Benefit: Kay's Kamp Oncology Kamp for Kids
For more information contact: Brian Hutton 267-549-7851 or visit www.kayskamp.org/events.htm
- HAGLEY MUSEUM :
Discover the fascinating stories of the immigrant workers who lived along the Brandywine and worked for the DuPont Company in the black powder manufactory. This is the only tour that offers in-depth commentary about the workers and Workers’ Hill. Tour involves walking on uneven ground. Included in admission and free for members. Reservations requested, call 302-658-2400, ext. 261. Use Hagley’s main entrance off Route 141 in Wilmington, Delaware. This is a Let’s Move event.
For more information contact: Meg Marcozzi -- 302-658-2400 x 238 or visit www.Hagley.org
- HAGLEY MUSEUM :
Experiment and innovate with our series of family activities: Science Saturdays. Families work creatively together to solve a problem or make an improvement. Today’s activity explores magnets and how they are used from motors to compasses. Activities are included in regular admission and free for members. Use Hagley’s main entrance off Route 141 in Wilmington, Delaware.
For more information contact: Meg Marcozzi -- 302-658-2400 x 238 or visit www.Hagley.org
- Havre de Grace Music Boosters:
3rd Annual Havre de Grace High School Music Boosters 5K Run at Tydings Park on Commerence Street in Havre de Grace, MD. Race day registration is from 7:30am to 8am, with the race beginning promptly at 8:30am. Proceeds from the race will be used to support the band, orchestra, choral programs at Havre de Grace High School. The music department rely heavily on it's Boosters to continue to supply funds needed to help the programs function. Pre-registration $20 Race day $25. Proceeds Benefit: Havre de Grace High School band, orchestra& choral programs
For more information contact: Denise Wilson email@example.com 410-939-6585 or visit www..edline.net/pages/Havre_de_Grace_High_School/
- St. Matthew's Church:
Please join us for Mother's Day Tea at St. Matthews, Folely Hall from 1pm to 3pm. Cost is $20.00 per person. Tickets are required in advance. No tickets will be sold at the door.
Proceeds Benefit: St Mathew Church
For more information contact: Rose 302-633-5850
- The Arts at Trinity presents Serafin String Quartet:
The Arts at Trinity will present Serafin String Quartet for a concert featuring works by Grieg, Shostakovich and Bartok. The Arts at Trinity is a free Arts series that presents multi-genre arts performances of music, visual arts and drama at Trinity Episcopal Church. The concert begins at 7:30pm.
For more information contact: (302) 652-8605 or visit www.theartsattrinity.org
- 12th Annual Discover Bank Delaware Marathon:
Registration is now open for Delaware’s oldest, largest and best run running festival! Race day is Sunday, May 10th at Tubman Garrett Riverfront Park in Wilmington. The Marathon and the Half Marathon will start PROMPTLY at 7 a.m. The Relay Marathon races will follow PROMPTLY at 7:15 am. There is plenty of FREE parking, just steps from the START / FINISH, at the surface parking lots operated by Delaware Technical and Community College, across MLK Boulevard or in the outfield lots adjacent to Frawley Stadium. For more information and to register go to http://www.delawaremarathon.org/
- New Castle County Irish Society:
All U Can Eat Mother's Day Breakfast. Please join us for our 3rd annual Mother's Day Breakfast at the New Castle County Irish Society. Bring mom, mommom, or that special lady in your life. Breakfast will include: Scrambled eggs, Pancake, French toast, Cream chip beef, Sausage, Bacon, Scrapple, Hoimefries, Cold Cereal, Mixed fruit, Assorted juices, Coffee and Tea. Prices are $8.00 for adults and children 8 and under are $4.00. For more information and reservations please call Sharon Giles at 302-494-8304
For more information contact: Sharon @ 302-494-8304 or visit NCCIrishSociety.org
- Saint Francis Foundation:
Support the Saint Francis Foundation through an 18-hole round of golf at the private Bidermann Golf Course. A post-play cocktail reception and dinner will feature a heli-ball drop, silent auction and guest speaker Ray Didinger.
Proceeds Benefit: Saint Francis Foundation
For more information contact: Gina Kennedy at 302-575-8270 or visit www.eventbrite.com/e/saint-francis-foundation-2015-golf-tournament-tickets-15500138331
- Association of Contingency Planners:
The First State Chapter of the Association of Contingency Planners (ACP) will hold a Chapter meeting at Delaware City Refining Company in Delaware City. The topic is PBF Energy Facility Tour and Presentation. Presentation begins at 9am and last until noon. Light breakfast pastries & beverages will be served.
Please RSVP to the chapter via email at firststate.acp-international.com for further information about ACP and directions to the meeting location. Parking is free.
For more information contact: Shannon Lawson, Director of Programs, (610-745-0340 mobile) or visit www.eventbrite.com/e/pbf-energy-facility-tour-and-presentation-tickets-16470098508
- Special Olympics Delaware:
Do you consider yourself a thrill-seeker? Are you working on your bucket list? Rally your friends and colleagues to raise one-thousand, one-hundred dollars and on May fourteenth you can rappel seventeen stories down the side of the three-hundred Delaware Avenue building in Wilmington… all to benefit Special Olympics Delaware. And Over the Edge isn’t limited to just you. Ever wanted to toss your boss? Catapult a co-worker. Fling a family member. The possibilities are endless. And once again the event will be live streamed for anyone to see. Going Over the Edge is an extreme adventure that has an extreme community impact. Visit S-O-D-E dot org for more information.
Sponsored by TD Bank, Brandywine Realty Trust and New Castle County Fire Service.
- Brandywine River Museum of Art:
Join Conservancy staff on a birding walk along the Conservancy's river trail in Chadds Ford. One of our most popular spring walks with lots of opportunity to see spring migrants. Bring your binoculars! Please register by contacting Laura Olds-Schmidt at 610.388.8386.
For more information contact: Laura Olds-Schmidt at 610.388.8386.
- Delaware Theatre Company:
A humorous, poignant and sophisticated musical review, "Putting It Together" is a thematic celebration of the state and screen work of multiple Tony Award-winner Stephen Sondheim, the foremost theatrical composer/lyricist of our time. Featuring a cast of Broadway's "Who's Who", "Putting It Together" is studded with material from a number of Sondheim's original musicals and films including "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum", "Company, Follies", "A Little Night Music", "Sweeney Todd", "Merrily We Roll Along", "Sunday in the Park with George", "Into the Woods", and "Assassins".
Tickets are $75 for non-subscribers or $60 for subscribers of Delaware Theatre Company or the Delaware Symphony Orchestra.
Proceeds Benefit: Delaware Symphony Orchestra
For more information contact: Box Office 302-594-1100 or visit delawaretheatre.org/puttingittogether
- Venture Outdoors Fest:
Grab your crew, scrounge up a tent, strap on your “get-dirty” shoes and get ready for a weekend of outdoor adventure at Lums Pond State Park! General admission is $50. If you would like to add GoApe, the total is $87 per person.
Activities available include:
Delaware Rock Gym, Ziplining with GoApe Treetop Adventure, Horseback Riding with Sunset Stables (price not included)Camping (optional; 1 or 2 nights)Boating, Adult Beverage Tastings (must be 21 or older) Geocaching and Orienteering
Archery. Primitive Brewing Demonstration by Jeff Moore, Irish Road Bowling AND MORE! Register as soon as you can, as spots will fill quickly. Lunch and dinner on May 16 will be provided. If you still need assistance, contact Riley by e-mail or phone: (302) 739-9249.
For more information contact: Riley Hays, (302) 739-9249 or visit vfestde.eventbrite.com
- New Directions Delaware:
New Directions of Delaware, a support group for people with depression or bipolar disorder, will be welcoming Sgt Bozeman, and Dr. Joshua Thomas to speak about crisis intervention. The event will take place on Monday, May 18th from 7:15 pm- 9 pm. It will be held at Aldersgate United Methodist Church 2313 Concord Pike, Wilmington.
For more information, contact 302-286-1161, or visit www.newdirectionsdelaware.org
- Wilmington University:
Rotary 60th Anniversary Celebration
You probably know Rotarians as people in business who have a serious frame of mind when it comes to helping others and community service.
But there’s another side of Rotary, too …
On Thursday, May 21st, join the Brandywine-Naamans Rotary Club as they celebrate their 60th anniversary music, fun, prizes and so much more at the Clarion Hotel “The Belle” ballroom at 1612 North DuPont Highway in New Castle Delaware from 6 to 10 p.m. The evening’s proceeds will “Help the Kids of Claymont” by providing impoverished children in Claymont with clothing, socks … the most basic things most families take for granted but the families of these children simply cannot afford. Invite your friends and enjoy fabulous food, music and dancing to Club Phred, a true rock and roll event guaranteed to get you out of your seat and onto the dance floor. Get your tickets today by going to BNRotary60th.eventbrite.com.
Brandywine-Naamans Rotary 60th Anniversary Celebration on May 21st is one of the premier events this season. Don’t miss the fun! Get your tickets for this incredible night and more information at BNRotary60th.eventbrite.com today. See you there!
- Pancreatic Cancer Network:
Raise awareness and funds for the Pancreatic Cancer Network. Join PurpleStride Delaware to help us make strides against pancreatic cancer. Enjoy a day filled with children's activities, music, refreshments, our ShopPurple store, and more! The 5K is on Saturday, May 30 at Dravo Plaza on the Riverfront. Registration begins at 8am, and the opening ceremonies are at 9am.
Adult timed registration is $30 in advance, and $35 day of. Untimed registration is $25 in advance, and $30 day of. Youth (ages 3-12) timed registration is $15 in advance, and $20 day of. Untimed registration is $10 in advance, and $15 day of. Pancreatic Cancer Survivors are free. For more information:
- Special Olympics Delaware:
Now is your chance to be a part of history.
You can carry the torch in the first-ever Special Olympics Unified Relay Across America.
This summer, the United States will host the world’s largest humanitarian event of 2015, the Special Olympics World Summer Games.
You can join the excitement by helping to deliver the Flame of Hope as it passes through all 50 states on its way to Opening Ceremonies by participating in the Unified Relay Across America presented by Bank of America.
The Unified Relay will come through Delaware on June 5. To find out how you can carry the torch for respect and inclusion, visit unifiedrelay.org. Beneficiary: Special Olympics Delaware. Sponsor: Bank of America
- Highmark :
The 2015 Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community takes place Saturday, June 6, 2015, at Bellevue State Park, Figure 8 Barn in Wilmington. This year's walk will benefit 18 health and human services organizations. Registration begins at 7:45am and the 5k Walk begins at 9am, with the 1-mile Fun Walk starting at 9:15am. To find out more, or to register, visit http://www.walkforahealthycommunity.org/
- The Brandywiners, Ltd.:
Come out for Fiddler on the Roof at Longwood Gardens Open Air Theater in Kennett Square, PA! The show will be performed every night from July 23rd- August 1st. Curtain is at 8PM.
Get your tickets today at www.brandywiners.org
- American Cancer Society:
Are you looking for a way to help out in your community? Become an American Cancer Society Road to Recovery volunteer and help transport cancer patients to and from their treatments! The American Cancer Society provides the training and works with volunteers on a flexible schedule! Learn more by calling 302-324-4227 or visit www.cancer.org.
- Blood Bank of Delmarva :
Blood Bank of Delmarva is in need of blood donors. Please make your appointment online at DelmarvaBlood.org or call 1 888 8-BLOOD-8. Walk-in donors are always welcome! Thank you!
- Brandywine River Museum of Art:
The "Imagine Brandywine" exhibition space displays creative art projects by area school students, inspired by the Museum's collection and landscape. Creative landscapes by fifth grade students from Garrettford Elementary School in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania will be on view in the lower level. The Brandywine River Museum of Art serves more than 6,000 students, from kindergarten through grade 12, through its field trip program. Imagine Brandywine runs through January 4.
For more information, call 610-388-2700 or visit www.brandywinemuseum.org
- Brandywine Zoo:
Experience wildlife up close and personal at the Brandywine Zoo. Learn about your favorite animals from zoo staff! Free parking. Brandywine Zoo, 1001 North Park Drive, Wilmington, DE 19802. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for seniors and children 3 to 17 from May 1 through September 30. From October 1 through April 30, admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors, and $3 for children 3 to 17. Children under 3 are free! For more info, visit www.brandywinezoo.org or call 302-571-7747. The Brandywine Zoo is managed as part of Wilmington State Parks by the Division of Parks and Recreation, with the support of the Delaware Zoological Society. The zoo is open every day, all year from 10 am to 4 pm.
- Delaware Breast Cancer Coaltion:
DBCC's Great Stuff is a unique upscale resale shop where all proceeds benefit the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, an organization dedicated to the fight against breast cancer in Delaware. They have great designer sweaters, coats, blazers, suits, holiday dresses, fantastic boots, handbags, scarves, jewelry and more! They also carry beautiful home furnishings and accent pieces. Great Stuff is in Wilmington on Concord Pike and Silverside Road in the Talleyville Center. For more information, visit www.greatstuffresale.com.
- Delaware Genealogical Society:
Come to the Historical Society Library the third Saturday of the month from September until May for free genealogical research assistance from Delaware Genealogy Society volunteers who have researched their own families and would love to help you find your roots. Do you have an ancestor from Old New Castle, a Revoluntionary War soldier in your tree, or relatives who could be listed in the Wilmington City Directory of 1845? Come to the library and find out! Volunteers will help you explore surname files, printed family genealogies, area maps, and other historical records to discover your ancestors. For more information, visit www.delgensoc.org
- Delaware SPCA:
Volunteer Orientation for the Delaware SPCA is 10am to 5pm Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 10am to 7pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and from 10am to 4pm on Saturdays at the Newark location, 455 Christiana Road. If you have a good atitude, you don't mind getting dirty, you are 18 or older and want to make a difference in an animals life, please volunteer! Contact Jeanne for an interview at 302-998-2281 ext 326. Not accepting community service.
- Faithful Friends:
Faithful Friends, Inc. animal welfare agency and no kill shelter has formed a partnership with the Food Bank of Delaware to help families keep their pets during the financial crisis many families are facing today. They are asking for donations of pet food and related supplies. The supplies needed include: dry dog and cat food for adults, kittens/puppies and senior pets; canned cat and dog food; cat litter; dog chews and raw hides. The shelter’s pet food bank is open 5 days a week: Wednesday – Friday 1-7pm and Saturday and Sunday 1-4pm. To find out more about Faithful Friends Inc. Community Pet Food Bank call 302-427-8514 ext. 0.
- Habitat for Humanity:
There are families in New Castle County who are living in substandard housing conditions, and simply need a hand-up, not a hand-out. Habitat for Humanity is providing that hand-up and you can help. Habitat’s Cars for Homes™ program uses your donated car, truck, boat, or RV to help build decent, affordable housing for local low-income families. Call toll free, 1-877-277-4344, or visit www.habitatncc.org to see how your donated vehicle can help make a difference for a family in our community.
- Helen F. Graham Cancer Center:
Free ongoing smoking cessation classes are offered by the Community Outreach Team at Christiana Care’s Helen F. Graham Cancer Center on Tuesdays from 10:30am to 1:30pm. To register for the three-session class, call 1-800-693-CARE. Once registered, you will then be directed to call the Delaware Quitline at 1-866-409-1858 to have your class materials sent to you. For additional information on this free program, call 302-623-4661.
- Hillcrest-Bellefonte United Methodist Church:
"New to You" family clothing at Hillcrest-Bellefonte United Methodist Church, Hillcrest Ave. & Marsh Rd. Every Thursday, 9:30am to 12:30pm, and the first & third Saturdays, 9:30am to 12:30pm through December 15. Enter down ramp from parking lot, cross the back of Hillcrest Hall, up short steps to ground floor of stone building. Call 302-764-3145
- Leukemia and Lymphoma Society:
The Delaware Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is currently recruiting Team in Training participants! If completing a marathon, triathlon, or 100-mile cycling race is on your to-do list, the Leukemia & Lymphoma's Team In Training program can help you get to the finish line! For more information, call your local society chapter at 302-661-7300, ext. 29 or visit www.teamintraining.org/de.
- Read Aloud Delaware:
Read Aloud Delaware is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to the promotion of reading in Delaware. We place volunteers of all ages in child care centers, clinics and shelters to read one-on-one to children for 1-2 hours once a week. Our focus is primarily with preschool age children who are in their critical early years of development. Those children who reach their older years with weak basic skills are more likely to be involved in risk related activities such as teen parenthood, dropping out of school, and unemployment. However, by starting early and instilling a love of reading, therefore reduces these negative behaviors and promotes literacy. If you are interested in being apart of Read Aloud Delaware please contact Judy Arthur at 302-656-5256 ex.12 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wilmington University PA Chapter:
Wilmington University Alumni Association is forming a PA Chapter and we need you! If you are an alum living in PA and are interested in networking, reconnecting and organizing events join today! For more information, call Stacey Stickel at 302-295-1174.
- Woodlawn Library:
Come and learn to use the computer and basic programs including Word, Excel and the Internet at Woodlawn Library in Wilmington. Classes are on Mondays at either 11am or 7pm, and registration is required. Please call 302-571-7425.
- YMCA Diabetes Program:
Did you know 1/3 of the population has pre-diabetes? The YMCA now offers a 16-week program developed to reduce the risk of diabetes in individuals with pre-diabetes. The cost of the program is $50 for YMCA members and $100 for those who are not yet members. For more information, please contact Joanna
Zaremba, Director of Healthy Living, at
302-571-6998 or email@example.com
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