Month: July 2019

Summer Fresh

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • Historic Garden Restoration – Learn how master gardeners are restoring the historic garden, maintaining its historic layout and preserving its ambiance with appropriate plants. Presented by the Santa Fe Extension Master Gardeners Association (sfemg.org). El Zaguán, Fri, July 26 at 5pm, 545 Canyon Rd.
  • Santa Fe Farmers Market – Farmers Market Pavilion Sat. July 27 from 7am – 1pm
  • Traditional Spanish Market – More than 200 artists from New Mexico and Southern Colorado share the beauty of their 400-year-old art forms, including woodcarvings, tinwork, colchas, hide paintings, bultos, retablos, straw appliqué, furniture and furnishings, weavings, jewelry, filigree, pottery and ironwork. Santa Fe Plaza Sat, July 27 & Sun. July 28
  • Upper Watershed Walking Tour: Forest Management & Macroinvertebrate Hunt – This walking tour of the Santa Fe River Watershed highlights the city’s water management procedures and forest management plans. Visit Nichols Reservoir, view prescribed burns areas and learn about the aquatic macroinvertebrates (water bugs that we can see with our naked eye) that live in freshwater and their use as indicators for water quality. Meet at the Canyon Road Water Treatment Plant for a presentation. Limited to 25 people. Please contact mamcdonald@santafenm.gov or call 955-6840 to reserve a space. Sat, July 27 from 9am – 12pm.
  • Mary Poppins Returns – Watch the sequel to everyone’s favorite magic-nanny movie under the stars. Railyard Park Sat, July 27 at 8pm Cerrillos Rd & Guadalupe St.
  • Picnic for Peace – Creativity for Peace presents 20 young women from Palestine and Israel who share inspiring stories about their lives and devotion to work for peace. Explore the gardens, enjoy a picnic lunch and listen to talks by the young peacemakers and live Middle Eastern music from Santa Fe ensemble EVET. Boxed picnic lunches are included in the ticket price. Santa Fe Botanical Garden $20 – $50
    Sun, July 28 from 10am – 1pmat 715 Camino Lejo.
  • Santa Fe Farmers Market – Farmers Market Pavilion Tue, July 30 from 7am – 1pm
  • Shakespeare Jeopardy! – How well do you know your Shakespeare? Raise your hand, choose a category, and anyone in the room who supplies the correct “question” to the proposed “answer” (per the Jeopardy quiz show format), wins a point. The person with the most points in each round wins a prize. $10 cash at the door. Shakespeare Reading Room  Tues, July 30 from 6:30pm – 8pm, 3209 Calle Marie.
  • Harry Potter’s Birthday Party – Santa Fe Public Library is throwing a birthday party for Harry Potter since the Dursleys won’t do it! Enjoy wand-making, an escape room, a scavenger hunt, “Pin the Scar on the Harry,” an Azkaban pisoner photo op and more. Santa Fe Public Library LaFarge Branch Wed, July 31 from 12 – 4pm
    1730 Llano St.
  • Santa Fe Farmers Market – Farmers Market Pavilion Wed, July 31 form 3 – 6pm
  • Proactive or reactive? Know anyone with health challenges?  Learn about the general wellness device that is helping to change the health and well-being of people around the world! Free Eight-minute Sessions! BEMER promotes better sleep, improves focus and concentration, reduces stress, supports cardiac function, enhances the body’s nutrient and oxygen supply and waste disposal and more! Wed, July 31, Quail Run Club 3101 Old Pecos Trail. RSVP Sandra Burnett 505-699-5229 for 6-6:30pm complimentary sessions, 6:30-7:30pm Educational Presentation

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La Tienda Special Summer Event -Blouses & Tunics, Designer Clothing, Textiles, Home Decor, Ceramics and Glassware, Hand Painted Fashionla-2
Saturdays from 9am – 3pm, Private Showings by Appointment 505.986.8664 at Casa Culinaria The Gourmet Inn 617 Don Gaspar Ave.


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Salt is naturally anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory and studies show that salt therapy can bring about significant improvement in conditions such as chronic bronchitis, asthma, sinus congestion, COPD, allergies, lung diseases and skin ailments. There can also be an uplift in mood, since the cave is saturated with minute salt particles, which give out negative ions, known to help with depression. So a visit to the Santa Fe Salt Cave can have positive benefits from the inside out, body, mind and spirit. Say you saw it on the Cool List! 10% discount offered to seniors, students & veterans and $10 off a single session all day every Thursdays (with a NM state issued ID). Sessions start on the hour.  Reservations recommended: 505-365-2875 or ​santafesaltcave@gmail.com. Located at 1424 Second St.

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Deliciously Summer

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Happy Summer!

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • HIPICO Santa Fe Summer Series Begins – Santa Fe’s best party for horse lovers of all ages has everything from world-class hunter/jumper equestrian competition to food trucks, handcrafted beer and wine, fine art and special events like hoop dances and wiener dog races. Get all the info and scheduling at hipicosantafe.com; general admission is free, but you can also VIP it if you want. Fri. July 19 – Aug. 11. HIPICO Santa Fe 100 S Polo Drive.
  • Hike from Battleship Rock to McCauley Warm Springs – Join the Santa Fe Botanical Garden and hike leader Ken Collins on this moderate 4-mile round-trip hike. Battleship Rock is a distinctive formation on the section along Highway 4 after it has turned south towards the village of Jemez Springs. Given the time of the year, it is essential to bring rain gear, as well as water, lunch and sunscreen. Generally biting insects are not a problem. Meet in the parking lot of the Santa Fe Botanical Garden and leave in a carpool by 9 am. Trekking poles and sturdy footwear are strongly recommended. Santa Fe Botanical Garden $10 – $15 Fri, July 19 at 715 Camino Lejo.
  • Buckaroo Ball’s Willie Nelson Tribute – Pull on your cowboy boots for a two-stepping country-Western dance and concert celebrating Buckaroo Ball’s 25th anniversary featuring True Willie, America’s most authentic Willie Nelson tribute band, honoring Nelson’s guest appearance at the first Buckaroo Ball in 1994. Pre-concert entertainment provided by Will Banister and the Modern Day Ramblers. Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino  $35 Fri, July 19 at 7pm at 20 Buffalo Thunder Trail.
  • Bel Canto Opera Ball & Dance Party – An energetic DJ mash-up dance party that starts with classic waltzes and ends with your favorite dance music to celebrate Bel Canto, SITE’s exhibition of contemporary explorations of opera. $150 per couple. SITE Santa Fe SITE Santa Fe Fri, July 19 at 9pm at 1606 Paseo de Peralta.
  • Many Mothers Open House –  to see their new office space and Village Closet. Sat, July 20 from 9am to noon. Refreshments, raffle prizes, “shop” for new and gently used clothes, toys, books, breastfeeding/feeding supplies, baby carriers, and more! Many Mothers’ Village Closet is a place where you can find donation-based, new and gently used items for babies 0-3 years old. Please note that items under $50 are cash only. 1919 Fifth Street, Suite I.
  • Young Native Artists Summer Show & Sale –  art, jewelry, pottery and more from the next generation of Native American artists and craftspeople. Children and grandchildren of artists associated with the Palace of the Governors’ Portal Program demonstrate and sell their own arts and crafts in the courtyard. Palace of the Governors  Sat, July 20 & Sun, July 21 from 10am – 4pm at 105 W Palace Ave.
  • Ice Cream Social for Santa Fe Youth Symphony – Mention SFYS when you order and have 20% of your ice cream tab donated to the music education nonprofit. Ecco Espresso and Gelato  Sat, Jul 20 from 8am – 10pm at 128 E Marcy St.
  • IAIA Summer Readers Gathering – The annual series featuring faculty and visiting writers reading their work in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.Institute of American Indian Arts Institute of American Indian Arts in the Library and Technology Center Sat, July 20 & Sun, July 21 at 6pm at 83 Avan Nu Po Rd.
  • Smarter Smart Phone Photography – This short class familiarizes participants with basic rules of composition and common controls that are built into smart phone camera applications, as well as introduces some basic free software applications for editing photos and some fun tips and tricks to help improve your smart phone photos. Free with museum admission. Registration is required, contact Chris Nail at 476-5075 or chris.nail@state.nm.us New Mexico Museum of Art $6 – $12 Mon, Jul 22 at 3:30pm 107 W Palace Ave.
  • The Transition Network members and their guests are invited to Solace Crisis Treatment Center for a program about service to those who have experienced sexual violence and other traumas. Come, learn about Solace’s services and also areas where they need volunteer help for those who are interested. Mon. July 22 from 5:45-7:30 pm, 6601 Valentine Way, Santa Fe (near the Southside Library), women 50 and forward welcome.  Refreshments served.  For more information e-mail santafechapter@thetransitionnetwork.com.  $5.00 suggested donation.
  • Music on the Hill – last concert of the summer series on the campus of St. John’s College in Santa Fe. Wed. July 24 at 6pm features Latin music by the band Nosotros.
  • 100 Women Who Care in Santa Fe Nomination Forms Deadline – Nomination forms for non-profits are due on Wed. July 24. Download your form from the website and email to Katie Rountree. Mark your calendars for the next meeting, Wed. Aug. 7 at 6pm at the Scottish Rite Temple.
  • Monitoring Monarchs – Learn to identify and tag butterflies. Help the Santa Fe Botanical Garden track butterflies in the Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve to learn about migration patterns, seasonal changes, and population fluctuation. Thurs, July 25 from 8:30am – 11:30am at27283 W Frontage Road, La Cienega.

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More Coolness

  • Write To Heal: A FREE writing workshop based on (but not limited by) the life-changing diagnosis of cancer. Seven Tuesdays: July 23 thru Sept 3.  1:30 – 3:30 p.m. The intent of this group for cancer patients and survivors is to experience “Expressive Writing” as a way of healing. While writing may not cure, it can heal, according to scientific studies. Writing with others on parallel paths will be our avenue to reclaim our voices, and reconnect with our lives. Everyone is welcome. Joanne Fay Brown, MSW, has led Amherst Writers & Artists workshops in Berkeley, Oaxaca, Mexico, and Santa Fe. She is a cancer survivor and a Master in Social Work. Registration is required and space is limited. Call 510-381-1205 or email  joanne@joannebrown.com Location: Cancer Foundation for New Mexico office, 3005 S. St. Francis Dr., Suite 3-B
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  • Saturday Writers’ Sanctuary with Joanne Fay Brown: Jumpstart your writing, Juice up your creativity in the company of other writers. Sat, Aug. 3, 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. We begin at 10:00 a.m. with timed writing exercises. Our work is based on the internationally acclaimed Amherst Writers & Artists method, which enables the artist in you to become freer and more able to write. After lunch you’ll spend the afternoon in silent communion with other writers, working on whatever project is preoccupying you as a writer these days. I’ll have prompts ready if you feel stuck. You are also welcome to walk in the peaceful arroyo just behind my house. Writing ends at 3:30 p.m. but you can stay a while, share some of what you’ve been working on, discuss issues of craft, etc. The day is completed by 4:30. p.m. All are welcome! Space is limited — reserve yours! COST: $99. Lunch is included!  Joanne Fay Brown has been leading Amherst Writers & Artists Workshops since 2012. She worked as a writer in the corporate world for 25 years and now devotes herself to poetry, and to the magic of writing with others. www.joannebrown. We meet in a comfortable home less than a mile from the Santa Fe Plaza. Register: 510-381-1205 or joanne@joannebrown.com * Additional Writers’ Sanctuary on August 24!logo-un
  • Salt is naturally anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory and studies show that salt therapy can bring about significant improvement in conditions such as chronic bronchitis, asthma, sinus congestion, COPD, allergies, lung diseases and skin ailments. There can also be an uplift in mood, since the cave is saturated with minute salt particles, which give out negative ions, known to help with depression. So a visit to the Santa Fe Salt Cave can have positive benefits from the inside out, body, mind and spirit. Say you saw it on the Cool List! 10% discount offered to seniors, students & veterans and $10 off a single session all day every Thursdays (with a NM state issued ID). Sessions start on the hour.  Reservations recommended: 505-365-2875 or ​santafesaltcave@gmail.com. Located at 1424 Second St.

If you have something you want to post to the Cool List regarding a non-profit in Santa Fe Email me & I’ll be happy to share for free. If you have something you’d like to post regarding your for-profit business, service or event, I’ll be happy to share for a small fee. Email me for details.

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Summer Fun Continues

PrintWelcome to the Cool List, my blog about cool things happening in Santa Fe. Please forward it to a friend if you like it.


Happy Summer!

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • International Folk Art Market – Museum Hill,  20 – $85 Sat, July 13 & Sun. July 14
    10am – 5pm
  • Lavender in the Valley Festival – Enjoy crafts, tours, artists, good food, music and—naturally—lots of lavender, all up in the picturesque village of Abiquiú Sat. July 13 & Sun. July 14. This year also has a special Mardi Gras theme, so get ready for Cajun cooking and New Orleans-style jazz tunes from the Shiners Club Jazz Band. To get there, look for purple flags along Highway 84. (Kids under 10 get in free, and sorry—no dogs allowed.) 10am – 5pm Road 1622 Between Mile Markers 210 and 211, Abiquiu.
  • Guided Tours to High-Road Mission Churches – Start at the Santuario de Chimayó and travel to the historic churches in Córdova, Truchas, and Las Trampas; guided by Frank Graziano. Sat, July 13 at 11am Presented by Nuevo Mexico Profundo, an ambitious collaborative project between governmental organizations and communities to preserve Northern New Mexico’s historic churches. For more info: nuevo-mexico-profundo.com. $25 Additional tours will be added to meet the demand, so don’t be afraid to sign up. Group inquiries are welcome, too.
  • Susana Valadez: The Huichol Center for Cultural Survival – Valadez, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, offers a talk and presentation about the work she has been doing over the past 40 years with the Huichol Indians of Mexico.  Xanadu Gallery Sat, July 13 at 4pm. Valadez and the artisans who will accompany her will be at the gallery through July 21, showcasing and selling their artwork; 100% of the sale proceeds goes to Susana’s foundation, The Huichol Center for Cultural Survival, so that they may continue with all of their good work. Xanadu Gallery 135 W. Palace Ave.
  • Glorieta Rock Art Tour – Join the Santa Fe National Forest’s Site Stewards to explore two unusual horizontal rock art panels on Glorieta Mesa Wed, July 17
    9am. The petroglyphs are unique in both design and location and are easily accessible, but the trip will require carpooling in high-clearance vehicles. Bring sunscreen, snacks, water and closed-toe shoes. Register in advance by phone 505-757-6121. Petroglyph creators were storytellers; sign up to find out what their images tell us about them and the times in which they lived. Santa Fe National Forest Pecos Ranger Station 32 S Main St., Pecos.
  • Music on the Hill – free summer concert series on the campus of St. John’s College in Santa Fe that features blues, classic rock, world music, & jazz. Wed. July 17 at 6pm features Cha Wa – a New Orleans brass band-meets-Mardi Gras Indian, nominated for a Grammy award for Best Regional Roots.
  • Get Your Tickets to SITE Santa Fe’s Opera Ball & Dance Party.  A pop-up ballroom, where classical waltzes will begin the evening on Fri. July 19, giving way to your favorite dance music! Special surprises & happenings throughout the evening. Many of the Bel Canto artists will be in attendance. Click here for tickets.
  • Lamy Woodstock Benefit is Looking for Sponsors. In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock, there will be 2 days of live tunes from the Woodstock era covered by over 30 local musicians in support of a great cause for kids – a benefit for the new non-profit: Child Counseling Center & Play Therapy Institute of New Mexico. The event will be Aug. 17 & Aug. 18. The different levels of sponsorship can be found on the website. For more info call 505-398 -1982 or email childcounselingcenterofnm@gmail.com

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More Coolness

  • Patina Gallery is proud to introduce their latest exhibitionUnearthing New European Makers for 2019. Opening Fri, July 12 from 5-7pm.
    Model.JocelynMontoya.ScottishRiteTheater.SantaFe.NM.2019_1In March of 2019, Patina co-owners and curators, Allison & Ivan Barnett, traveled to Europe to attend the Munich Jewellery Week. In Patina’s 20th year, they were on a quest to discover new, global talent for the gallery.
    To their astonishment, they returned to Santa Fe with 12 new, European makers. Now, Patina introduces a rich colloquy of works. Mastering a range of material and technique, our discoveries possess the brilliance beholden to the diverse array of artists who made them so. Together, they create a compelling collection of art jewelry to stir our fascination.Join us as Allison & Ivan bring to you a compelling exposé of contemporary jewels, eager to become your latest obsession. Patina Gallery, 131 W Palace Ave. 
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  • Kiss of the Wolf Trunk Show & Folk Art Market Celebration
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  • La Tienda Summer Special Event – Glassware & China, Home Decor & Textiles
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    Saturdays from 9am – 3pm, Private Showings by Appointment 505.986.8664 at Casa Culinaria The Gourmet Inn 617 Don Gaspar Ave.

If you have something you want to post to the Cool List regarding a non-profit in Santa Fe Email me & I’ll be happy to share for free. If you have something you’d like to post regarding your for-profit business, service or event, I’ll be happy to share for a small fee. Email me for details.

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Jody

Summer Blooms

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Cool Picks for the Week

  • Hail, Hail Rock ‘n’ Roll: Happy 50th, Woodstock! Combing an outstanding selection of classic rock portraits with an exhibition featuring the historic images and memorabilia of Woodstock 1969, paying tribute to a pivotal era in American music and culture. The exhibition includes iconic portraits and moments by Santa Fe locals Lisa Law and Baron Wolman, along with scenes from the three-day weekend by Henry Diltz, Jim Marshall, Roger Ballen and Jason Lauré. Enjoy a trip “back to the garden” with images of Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, CSN, Santana, John Sebastian, “Country Joe” McDonald, Jefferson Airplane, Richie Havens and more, along with intimate moments of the crowd and the community that hosted 400,000 strong. Edition One Gallery Fri, July 5 at 5pm. Runs thru Aug. 9 at 728 Canyon Rd.
  • Lexus of Santa Fe Pet Adoptions – Pet food drive and adoption event to benefit the Santa Fe Animal Shelter. Any time through July 6, stop by Lexus to drop off Purina brand dry and canned food for dogs, and Friskies and Fancy Feast canned cat foods. Sat. July 6 from 12 – 3:00pm is Pet Adoption Day. Lexus of Santa Fe, 6824 Cerrillos Rd.

  • Fun with the Sun – Play with light, colors and solar radiation. Experiment with heliographic prints, make a photochromic bracelet with beads that change color in the sun, and more. Bring your own pre-washed white canvas shoes or a T-shirt. Space is limited, so RSVP at melanie.laborwit@state.nm.us. Free with museum admission, and New Mexicans are free the first Sunday of every month.  New Mexico History Museum $6 – $12 Sun, July 7 1:30 – 3:30 pm 113 Lincoln Ave.
  • Opera Book Club: Charles Jessold, Considered as a Murderer – Collected Works and the Santa Fe Opera Guild present Vivace, a book group devoted to readings about the world of opera. In Wesley Stace’s novel, Leslie Shepherd, a music critic nearing the end of his life, reflects on the shocking murder-suicide that rocked London society years before, and strangely echoes the plot of his opera—which Shepherd has helped to write. The opera will never be performed. Collected Works Bookstore and Coffeehouse Mon, July 8 at 6pm, 202 Galisteo St.
  • RAP Community Poetry Class – Join an ongoing craft workshop and conversation that culminates in a public reading in the Railyard Park, as well as a chapbook in the fall. The first half of class is be dedicated to reading and discussing contemporary poems, with each class focused on one of many aspects of craft (voice, tone, structure, style and so forth)—bring a journal. The second half of class is a workshop, where individuals can bring copies of their own poems for peer review, followed by an open discussion and constructive feedback from the class. RSVP or get more info from instructor Elizabeth Jacobson at communitypoetryrap@gmail.com.  Railyard Park Community Room Tue, July 9 from 5:30 – 7pm 701 Callejon St.
  • Plame_ValerieSanta Fe Women to Women’s A Luncheon with Valerie Plame, former career covert CIA operations officer “outed” by the Bush Administration, international speaker, author & advocate for the elimination of nuclear weapons. She is also a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in New Mexico’s 3rd Congressional District in the upcoming 2020 election. Her talk: My Life as a Spy, My betrayal by the White HouseWed. July 10 at noon at Inn of Loretto. Tickets must be purchased by July 8.  Click here.
  • Music on the Hill: Ron Crowder Band Bring a blanket and a picnic for rock ‘n’ roll from beloved locals. Thanks to a partnership with the City of Santa Fe, attendees can take a shuttle from the PERA Building (413 Old Santa Fe Trail) parking lot to the field. Service is offered by the Santa Fe Pick-Up, which extends its hours until 8:30 pm tonight. St. John’s College Wed, July 10 at 6pm, 1160 Camino Cruz Blanca

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Upcoming Cool Stuff

  • Art Spa Workshops! Expand your life journey with creativity, nutrition and relaxation in one of our unique workshops located in the hills of Santa Fe, NM.  Inspire and renew your creative spirit!    Join us for quiet but fun, exciting but restful artistic wonderment through art classes and culinary demonstrations.  Take a creative journey while Arizona chef, Christine Hauber tantalizes your taste buds with healthy and easy culinary demonstrations, and hands on food creation and consumption.  Upcoming July workshops:  Mixed Media – Painted Papers, The Interaction of Texture, Color and Feeling. July 10-12. 9-5pm and  Inspired Enameling: The Ancient Art of Melting Glass on Metal. July 25-26. 9am-5pm . Just a few spots remain in these two fun workshops. For information and registration and other upcoming workshops visit Art Spa Workshops.
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  • Write To Heal: A FREE writing workshop based on (but not limited by) the life-changing diagnosis of cancer Seven Tuesdays: July 23 thru Sept 3.  1:30 – 3:30 p.m. The intent of this group for cancer patients and survivors is to experience “Expressive Writing” as a way of healing. While writing may not cure, it can heal, according to scientific studies. Writing with others on parallel paths will be our avenue to reclaim our voices, and reconnect with our lives. Everyone is welcome: if you have never written, or if you have always written. Joanne Fay Brown, MSW, has led Amherst Writers & Artists workshops in Berkeley, Oaxaca, Mexico, and Santa Fe. She is a cancer survivor and a Master in Social Work. Registration is required and space is limited. To Register: Please contact Joanne Brown: 510-381-1205 or joanne@joannebrown.com We will meet at the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico office: 3005 S. St. Francis Dr., Suite 3-B

If you have something you want to post to the Cool List regarding a non-profit in Santa Fe Email me & I’ll be happy to share for free. If you have something you’d like to post regarding your for-profit business, service or event, I’ll be happy to share for a small fee. Email me for details.

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Saludos,

Jody