EVERYTHINGYOU NEED TOKNOW ABOUT CLEAR VISION AREAS INCLUDING WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU AND WHY IT'S IMPORTANT P. 4
SEAPORT RIVER RUN REGISTRATION OPENS SOON P. 14
2024 CITIZEN POLICE ACADEMY P. 11
GET READY FOR UPCOMING SPRING& SUMMER STREET PROJECTS P. 6
ISSUE #1 FEBRUARY 2024
3 MAYOR'S MESSAGE
As we embrace the blossoming Spring season, let's celebrate the spirit of community service and recognize the unique challenges of public service.
4 WHAT ARE CLEAR VISION AREAS?
4 CLEAR VISION AREAS
Unlock the secrets of safety with a deeper look into invisible danger zones. Discover the unexpected hazards in these clear vision areas and unravel the reasons behind their existence. 6 UPCOMING STREET PROJECTS Spring won't just bring blossoming flowers; it's also the season when vibrant orange cones signal the start of various street projects around town. Get ready for the roadwork that's set to shape this spring and summer. 8 A SENIOR NUTRITION RECIPE Indulge in the warmth of homemade comfort food with this special recipe from our Senior Nutrition kitchen! Discover the delights of this culinary creation while also exploring the significance of our Senior Nutrition program.
6 BUCKLE UP FOR SPRING & SUMMER ROAD WORK!
11 CITIZEN POLICEACADEMY
Curious about the day-to-day life of a police officer?Join our Citizen Police Academy for an immersive experience like no other. Uncover the insights, challenges, and skills that make our community safer. Get ready for an eye-opening adventure ? your chance to understand policing from the inside out!
14 SAVE THE DATE FOR THE 46TH SEAPORT RIVER RUN!
11 WE ARE HIRING
14 SPORTS & ACTIVITIES FOR ALL From beloved events like Movies Under the Stars to a dynamic lineup of youth and adult sports, and exclusive activities tailored for those 50+, we've curated something for everyone. Dive into the spring program guide and explore the best of what this season has to offer! Whether you're seeking a seasonal summer job, a part-time commitment, or a full-time position, we have exciting opportunities!
22 SPRING INTO READING AT THELEWISTON LIBRARY!
MAYOR'S MESSAGE Dear Residents of Lewiston, As we welcome our new city councilor, Jessica Klein, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on the essence of public service and what it means for both our dedicated public agency workers and those serving in elected capacities. For everyone here at the City of Lewiston, public service is more than a job; it's a commitment to professionalism and the creation of a civil and cooperative environment. We understand that our work exposes us to additional public scrutiny, a responsibility we take seriously in both our professional and personal lives. Now, let's discuss the unique challenges and rewards of serving in an elected capacity. Being an elected official is akin to captaining a ship through varying waters. It involves making decisions that impact our entire community and requires resilience, effective communication, and a deep sense of responsibility. Elected officials serve as bridges between the public and the decision-making process, engaging with constituents, understanding diverse perspectives, and making choices that align with the greater good. I am grateful for the trust you have placed in me to serve on your behalf; it's a responsibility I hold with utmost respect. In this quarter?s edition of Living Lewiston, you'll find valuable community safety information, details about upcoming road work, a host of spring activities provided by our Parks and Recreation and Library Departments, and more. Speaking of spring, it's a time for renewal and community engagement. If you're looking for ways to contribute to our city, consider borrowing reflective vests and garbage bags from the Public Works Department, or check out a trash grabber from the Library to help pick up trash around the community ? an activity you might catch me doing frequently. Other nonprofit agencies in our community also organize similar opportunities. If you're interested in a more sustained commitment, serving on a citizen board, commission, or committee is a fantastic way to play a part in keeping our community in great shape. Thank you for being an integral part of our community. Together, we can foster a community we can all be proud of.
- Daniel Johnson
PARKS & RECREATION INFORMATION Contact Info Physical Address: 1424 Main Street, Lewiston, Idaho 83501 Mailing Address: PO Box 617 Lewiston, Idaho 83501 Parks & Recreation Office: 208-746-2313 P+R Office Business Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Cemetery Office: 208-746-6857 Cemetery Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-12pm or by appt Website: www.cityoflewiston.org/parksandrec Online Catalog: https://secure.rec1.com/ID/lewiston-parks-recreation-id-/catalog
Staff Tim Barker, Parks & Recreation Director....................................................... email@example.com Linda Rape, Administrative Secretary................................................................ firstname.lastname@example.org Corky Fazio, Grounds Maintenance Supervisor.............................................. email@example.com Valerie Warren, Building Maintenance Supervisor....................................... firstname.lastname@example.org Raymond Pedrina, Recreation Supervisor.................................................. email@example.com Marc Keefer, Recreation Coordinator...........................................................firstname.lastname@example.org Julian Madrid, Recreation Coordinator......................................................... email@example.com Scot McGee, Senior Nutrition Head Cook........................................ firstname.lastname@example.org Chad Hewett, Cemetery Technician...............................................................email@example.com Bad Weather Cancellations In case of inclement weather in which classes, games or activities may be canceled, parents or team managers will be responsible for calling 208-746-2313. Cancellation decisions for games will normally be made by 4pm Monday-Friday. Follow our Facebook page for cancellation information and updates. Canceled events will be rescheduled at a later date, if possible. Medical Insurance All participants in the Lewiston Parks and Recreation Department programs must have their own medical insurance to cover any injuries that may be sustained while participating in any activity sponsored by the department. The City of Lewiston will not be held financially responsible for any medical expenses. Waiver of Liability Form All participants in the Lewiston Parks and Recreation Department programs must sign the participant release and waiver of liability before participating. If the participant is a minor, a parent or legal guardian must sign. Participants must waive, release, absolve, indemnify, and hold harmless the Lewiston Parks & Recreation Department of any claim arising. This also gives permission to photograph participants for display and promotional material.
RESERVATION/FACILITY INFORMATION The Lewiston Parks and Recreation has many reservable facilities for all occasions throughout the City. Most facilities require reservations to be made online or at the Parks and Recreation office at 1424 Main St. Lewiston, ID 83501. Reservations are on a first come first serve basis with payment due at the time of reservation and must be done at least 7 days in advance. Alcohol permits are available for reservations as well and require an additional 7 days in advance of reservation dates. Alcohol permits are approved by the Parks and Recreation Director and Police Chief. Lewiston Community Center Looking for an indoor facility?We?ve got you covered with one of our rooms at the Lewiston Community Center. This facility is great for weddings, corporate or family parties, holiday events, birthday parties, baby showers, and much more. Room prices vary from $20-$65/hour with a two-hour minimum.
Fenton Gym Is your sports team looking for a place to practice or have a group that needs gym space for a special activity, such as a birthday party?Fenton Gym can be reserved for $30/hour with a two-hour minimum .
Park Shelters Looking for a park shelter to rent for a party or event?We have 5 covered shelters available to rent. The reservation fee is dependent on group size. Persons or organizations may reserve portions of City parks for their events as well.
Ball Fields We have multiple ball fields available to rent for practice, games, or tournaments. Rates vary depending on the type of reservation. All ball field reservations must be made in person at the Lewiston Community Center.
SPECIAL EVENTS SEAPORT RIVER RUN
Join the hundreds of runners and walkers for the 46th Annual Seaport River Run. There is a 5k and 10k course available. Registration will be available online through our Online Catalog starting in February or forms will be available throughout town by February 23rd.
Fee: $20 w/shirt, $15 w/o shirt for registrations received by April 12th Fee: $25 w/shirt, $20 w/o shirt for registrations received between April 13th through April 23rd. Fee: $20 no shirt option for registration received between April 24th through race day. *Registrations received between April 13th through April 23rd will receive a shirt with packet pickup but shirt size is not guaranteed.
Saturday, April 27th
9:40am- Line Formation
Swallow Park- Clarkston, WA
Thursday/Friday, April 25th & 26th 8am-5pm- Packet Pick Up
Lewiston Community Center
MOTHER-CHILD SPRING DANCE This event is for mothers and the special little one(s) in their lives. You will enjoy great dance music, games, snacks, and beverages. Professional photo packages will be available for purchase. Tickets go on sale Monday, March 25th. Limited tickets are available.
Fee: $15/person Please sign up by Friday, April 26th or until tickets are sold out
Friday, May 3rd
Lewiston Community Center
SPARKLIGHT MOVIES UNDER THE STARS Brought to you by Sparklight and our numerous movie sponsors. Lewiston Parks & Recreation will be offering 6 movies in Pioneer Park. Enjoy this free program under the stars with your family. Concessions will be available. Movies and times TBD. Be on the look out for our Summer Program Guide for more information or visit www.cityoflewiston.org/548/Movies-Under-the-Stars.
June 14, 21, 28, July 12, 19, 26
Pioneer Park- 203 5th St
AQUATICS Pool Season June 10th - Aug 9th- *All dates are tentative. Final schedule will be in our Summer Program Guide or visit www.cityoflewiston.org/552/Aquatics
Orchards Pool Schedule
Early Bird Lap Swim Mon-Fri
6am-7am 9am-12pm 12pm-1pm 1pm-4pm 4pm-5pm
1301 Airway Avenue
Noon Lap Swim Mon-Fri
Evening Swim Lessons Mon-Fri
Family Swim Private Parties Private Parties
Mon-Sun Sat-Sun Mon-Sun
Independence Day. !
This pool will be CLOSED on July 4, 2024, in observance of
Fee: $2/person Saturday Swims are FREE for families with children under the age of 16. Private Rentals: $110-$200 (July-August)
Session 1 Swim Lesson Registration
June 13-16 12-6pm
Session 1 Swim Lesson
June 17-28 9am-12pm/4-5pm
Session 2 Swim Lesson Registration
July 5-7 July 8-19
Session 2 Swim Lesson
Session 3 Swim Lesson Registration
July 25-28 12-6pm
Session 3 Swim Lesson
July 29-Aug 9 9am-12pm/4-5pm
FEE: Youth $25
Bert Lipps Pool will be closed Summer 2024.
REC MOBILE The award winning Rec Mobile is back once again this summer! The primary goal is to introduce youth of all ages to recreational activities that are fun, challenging, and encourage them to "Get out and Play" now and during their entire lives. This is the tentative schedule for our Rec Mobile program. The final schedule will be in our Summer Program Guide or visit www.cityoflewiston.org/531/Rec-Mobile June 10-August 9 10am-12pm
Airport Park Pioneer Park
Kiwanis Park Hereth Park Sunset Park
LCSC Library Lawn Jenifer Middle School
Beach View Park
*Locations subject to change dependent on daily weather
The Lewiston Parks & Recreation Department will be offering Sports Skills Camps for 3-6 year olds. Parent participation is required. We will conduct a very basic introduction of skills in soccer and baseball/softball. The child and parent will learn age appropriate skills and games. For the baseball/softball session, participants will be required to bring a glove. Pre-registration is required. Registration available online. Fee: $20 SPORTS SKILLS CAMP
Fenton Gym- 1203 8th Ave
SESSION DATES March 9, 16, 23
Please sign up the Wednesday before the skills camp starts
World of Martial Arts, LLC and its instructors will be teaching the fundamentals of entry level Karate. Each session is 6-weeks long. Uniforms are not required but can be purchased though the instructor. Pre-registration is required. Registration available online. Fee: $65 K-1 (10 participant limit) $75 2-6 (12 participant limit) KARATE
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SPRING SESSION March 6, 13, 20, 27, April 3, 10 Registration deadline: Friday, March 1st
YOUTH T-BALL PROGRAM
This 6-week long program is for ages 3 and 4. The first 2 weeks of the program are skills clinics followed by 4 weeks of games. Kids will be split into teams by which grade school is closest to your residence. Games and clinics will take place on Saturdays at Sunset North and South T-ball fields. All participants get a team shirt and hat. Pre-registration is required. This program will cap at 120 kids per age group. Volunteer Coaches Needed! To learn more, call 208-746-2313.
Clinic Days May 11 and 18
Sunset Park- 2602 11th Ave Sunset Park- 2602 11th Ave
Game Days May 25, June 1, 8, 15
**Game times are dependent on team schedules Cost: $40/person Coaches Meeting: Wednesday, May 8th at 6pm, at the Lewiston Community Center, 1424 Main Street. Registration Deadline: Friday, May 3rd
The Jill Andrews Memorial softball clinic is an opportunity for girls to learn the fundamentals of the game in a fun and festive atmosphere. Area women who have played softball serve as clinicians for the training sessions. Pre-registration is required. Fee: $15/person 30th ANNUAL JAM SOFTBALL CLINIC
Saturday May 11th
Airport Park- 528 Cedar Ave Airport Park- 528 Cedar Ave
Registration deadline: Friday, April 26th
Lewiston Parks and Recreation is offering a 5v5 Adult Flag Football Spring League. This league follows the same rules as the Fall League, an 8 game season is guaranteed with a single elimination end of the season tournament. Each team must have a minimum of 8 players. Teams must register first before adding players onto online roster. Early Bird Registration Tuesday, February 20- Friday, March 1. General Registration Monday, March 4- Friday, March 15. Ages 16+ (not participating in spring high school sport). ADULT FLAG FOOTBALL SPRING LEAGUE
Sundays/Thursdays Managers Meeting
Wednesday, March 20th 6pm
Lewiston Community Center
Early Bird Registration Fee: $275/team General Registration Fee: $325/team
Men's and Women's slow pitch league offers games Monday - Thursday with make up games on Sunday. The season will consist 10 regular season games and a double elimination tournament. Teams must register first before adding players onto online roster. Each team is required to have a minimum of 12 players. Team sponsors are allowed and encouraged. Pre-registration is required. Ages: 16+ (Not participating in high school sports) . Early Bird Registration: Monday, March 25- Friday, April 5. General Registration: Monday, April 8- Friday April 19. MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SOFTBALL LEAGUE
Sunday (make up games)
P1FCU Hereth/Sunset P1FCU Hereth/Sunset
Monday-Thursday (Men's League)
Monday-Thursday (Women's League) 6:30-9:30pm
Wed. April 24th 6pm
Early Bird Registration Fee: $625
General Registration Fee: $675
Lewiston Parks and Recreation continues to provide line dancing to all ages Monday mornings and Thursday afternoons at the Lewiston Community Center. The class will be taught by instructor Renee Pardue. The class is free and all ages are welcomed. Participants are encouraged to participate in our Senior Nutrition meal after the class.
Lewiston Community Center- Steelhead Room Lewiston Community Center- Steelhead Room
The Lewiston Parks and Recreation Senior Nutrition Program offers congregate, on-site lunch time meals and home deliveries. Monthly lunch menus can be found on our website at Senior Nutrition For more information about meal delivery please call Community Action Partnership at 208-746-3351 SENIOR NUTRITION
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50+ & ACTIVE TRIPS
Feeling lucky?Test your luck with a trip to Coeur d'Alene Casino in CDA, ID. With more than 1,200 video gaming machines, video roulette, craps, and blackjack there's an option for everybody. Lunch is on your own. May the odds be ever in your favor. Pre-registration is required. Registration available online. Space is limited. Meal on your own. COEUR D'ALENE CASINO
Friday, March 29th
Lewiston Community Center
Registration Deadline: Friday, March 22nd Fee: $60/person
50+ FIRST FRIDAY LUNCH First Friday Lunch is a program for seniors within the LCValley who want to travel out of town without having to worry about driving. Explore hidden gems just outside of our area, socialize, and enjoy a ride through the beautiful landscape that our region provides.
WAHA BAR AND GRILL
Join us for a trip to lunch at Waha Bar and Grill! If you like burgers you have to try out this grill. A short drive from Lewiston and home to the famous "messy-zesty" Waha Burger or if you're really hungry try the Triple Waha Burger and join the "Wall of Conquerors" Pre-registration is required. Meal on your own. Space is limited.
Friday, March 1st
Lewiston Community Center
Registration Deadline: Friday, February 23rd
PIE SAFE BAKERY
Located in Deary, ID this cafe has a charm all its own. They offer sandwiches, pizza, soups, salads, and amazing patries. While you wait for your food you can browse the shop of handmade chesses, preserves, iron works, and many more items. Pre-registration is required. Meal on your own. Space is limited.
Friday, April 5th
Lewiston Community Center
Registration Deadline: Friday, March 29th
Nestled in the heart of Kendrick, ID, this Brewpub operates as a full service restaurant, where you can enjoy hand crafted brew, local wine, a great meal, and good company. Pre-registration is required. Meal on your own. Space is limited.
Friday, May 3rd
Lewiston Community Center
Registration Deadline: Friday, April 26th
DINING ON THE EDGE
Enjoy breath taking views of the edge of the Clearwater River located in Orofino, ID. This restaurant offers a variety of American style burgers, sandwiches, and wraps. Pre-registration is required. Meal on your own. Space is limited.
Friday, June 7th
Lewiston Community Center
Registration Deadline: Friday, May 31st
LEWISTON CITY LIBRARY INFORMATION Contact Info Physical Address: 411 D Street, Lewiston, Idaho 83501 Phone: 208-798-2525 Business Hours: Monday-Thursday 10 am - 7 pm, Friday & Saturday 10 am - 5 pm Website: lewistonlibrary.org
Staff Lynn Johnson, Library Director................................................................. firstname.lastname@example.org Bruno Alvino, Administrative Assistant & Building Coordinator..............email@example.com Colleen Olive, Youth Services Librarian......................................................... firstname.lastname@example.org Brad Glover, Adult & Outreach Librarian................................................... email@example.com Darin Garr, Technologies Librarian................................................................ firstname.lastname@example.org Zanna Sharp, Volunteer Coordinator & Library Lead................................ email@example.com
Artist Reception Join us as we celebrate the artwork of Sacajawea Middle School artists at a reception March 12 from 4 to 6 PM in the Library Event Space. The students' artwork will be available for viewing through late May on both floors of the library.
Make a Lotus Lant er n Learn about the Korean lotus lantern festival and create your own lantern in this cultural learning experience on Saturday, March 16 at 1 PM in the Library Event Space. Lead by a member of the Korean Spirit and Cultural Promotion Project via Zoom, registration is required to ensure adequate supplies are available. Intended for ages 10
& up, please register on the library's website. SpringFling@theLibrary
Enjoy a fun afternoon playing games, crafting and engaging with STEM toys in the Library Event Space, Wednesday, March 27 from 1:00 to 3:00 PM. Intended for ages 4 years and older. Children ages 9 and younger must be accompanied by a caregiver at least 15 years of age or older. MakeIt @theLibrary:ToteBag Create your own custom Lewiston City Library tote bag using iron-on vinyl and the Cricut heat press with us Wednesday evening, April 17 from 5:30 to 6:30 PM in the Makery. Intended for ages 10 years and older. See the library website to register.
On t he Go is out and about !
Tech Takeover It's all video games in the Event Space, Tuesdays, April 2 through 23 from 4:00 to 5:30 PM. Join in the fun competing against players of all ages. We will provide the controllers, snacks and prizes! Tournament Tuesday is intended for ages 10 and older, children 9 and younger must be accompanied by a caregiver 15 years or older. Tournament Tuesdays 3D Printing for Adults Whether you are an experienced printer or just curious how it works, this introductory class will guide you through the ins and outs of how a 3D printer works, best practices for making 3D prints and converting an idea to a printable file. This session is intended for ages 18 years and older. Join us Thursday, March 14 at 5:30 PM in the Makery. Registration is required. Join our Library On the Go at any of these public locations this spring to pick up a book you've placed on hold by selecting LEW On The Go as your pickup location or simply browse the mobile collection of books and DVDs for all ages. Genre Quest buttons will be available for pick up and stop by to experience Virtual Reality! Gaming Jamboree Enjoy a few hours of gaming however you desire! Try a new board game from our wide selection, XBox on the big screen, get your Wii on, or experience Virtual Reality. We will be in the Library Event Space Tuesday, April 19 from 12:30 to 3:30 PM. Intended for ages 10 and older. Getting the Job You Want Are you looking for a new career?Is your job search getting you anywhere?Learn to search for and land the job you want in this free workshop series covering resume building, completing applications, searching for jobs and preparing for the interview. Session topics repeat monthly on Wednesdays, March 6, 13, 20, 27; April 3, 10, 17, 24; and May 1, 8, 15 & 22 in the Community Room or see the library website for a link to join us virtually.
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Wednesday Wiggles & Giggles Wednesdays, March 20 - April 24 11:00 - 11:30 AM Library Event Space Ages 0 - 6 Children
Park, Read & Play Saturdays, April 6 - May 11 1:00 - 3:00 PM
Hereth Park Ages 4 & Up
Reading Hour with Sophie
Schooling from Home Fiction Book Club Mystery, art appreciation and adventure are just some of the themes we will be discussing as we read and consider The Van Gogh Deception by Deron Hicks in our fiction book club for those schooling from home, Mondays, March 4 through 18 in the First Floor Meeting Room from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. Books will be provided. For ages 9-13. Registration is required. Come read your favorite story to our canine reading buddy, Sofie the Italian Spinone. A good listener who loves to spend time with those learning to read, Sofie will be in the First Floor Meeting Room Saturdays, March 2, 9 and 16 from 11:00 AM to Noon to lend her big, soft listening ears. Genr e Quest Are you joining us for Genre Quest?Read a book from the genre of the month and stop in to pick up your button. All ages are encouraged to participate! In March we'll be reading Scifi, Poetry in April and take a look at our wide selection of periodicals in May. Discuss the process of writing fantasy and worldbuilding with author Khaliela Wright, who recently released Klara's Journey , the first in her new adult series The Kenetlon Saga . Meet Khaliela Thursday, April 25 at 6:00 PM in the Library Event Space. Klara's Journey with Author K.S. Wright Spir it ed Conver sat ions for Adult s Researching Historical Fiction with Author Tara Karr Roberts Join Tara Karr Roberts, author of the newly released Wild and Distant Seas , as she discusses the research process for writing historical fiction Thursday, April 4 at 5:30 PM in the Library Event Space. Inquiring Idaho: Pushed Out, Rural Gentrification in the American West with Ryanne Pilgeram What happens to rural communities when their traditional economy collapses and new money comes in? Ryanne Pilgeram will discuss the story of Dover, Idaho and the challenges of many of our rural communities in this Idaho Humanities Inquiring Idaho presentation Thursday, May 9 at 6:00 PM in the Library Event Space.
Tathtehr e 'Ls eswomi set ot hni nCgi t fyoLr itbhreawr yh! ol e f am i l y... Adults Creative Aging with the Arts - Beginning Painting Learn the basics of painting and experiment with a variety of techniques and mediums in this introductory 8 week class intended for those 55 and older, Wednesdays, March 13 through April 24 from 10:30 AM to Noon in the Makery. This program is sponsored by a Creative Aging grant through the Idaho Commission on the Arts. Registration is required and available on the library adult programs web page. Learn beginner quilting methods with Corla during this 5 week course while creating your own simple quilt Thursdays, March 28 through April 25 from 10:00 AM to Noon in the Makery. A pattern book will be provided. Registration is required and participants will need to bring their own machine and fabric for making their quilt. Quilting with Corla: Beginning Quilting Medicare 101 Workshop Learn all you need to know to start Medicare successfully with the Idaho Department of Insurance at this informative session, Thursday, April 4 from 2:00 to 3:30 PM in the Event Space. Intended for those turning 65 years old or those with Medicare questions. Coffee & Books All are welcome at our first Friday, 10 AM book club where the following books will be discussed this spring. March 1: The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah April 5: The Secret of the Old Clock by Carolyn Keene May 3: Read Dangerously by Azar Nafisi The professionals from Elite Home Health and Hospice will be sharing valuable information to help you learn to actively live well into later adulthood at these monthly Thursday sessions at 1:00 PM in the Event Space because prevention is the best medicine! March 14: Joint Health - Increasing Your Mobility to Do the Things You Love April 11: Pharmacology & Aging - Understanding Medications and How They Interact With Your Body May 9: Death & Dying - Recognizing Bodily Changes & Understanding Available Support Systems Alzheimer 'sEducation Ser ies Learn key information about dementia, Alzheimer's disease, strategies to improve communication with those experiencing dementia and strategies for intervening with some of the most common behavioral challenges in this three part monthly series at Active Living Ser ies 1:00 PM in the Event Space with the Alzheimer's Association. March 28: Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia April 10: Understanding Dementia Related Behaviors May 28: Effective Communication StrategiesPage 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24
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