The Blarney Stone

October 18, 2023

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Saint Patrick Catholic School, a ministry of Saint Patrick Parish, guides students in the pursuit of academic growth while inspiring joyful lives filled with love, service, and respect as disciples of Christ.


A Bird is the Word

Dear Friends,

This morning, as I walked up to the glass front door to get in the building, I saw a bird flying toward me. But this bird was not outside, where I would venture to say birds belong, but IN the school, and apparently looking for a way to rejoin nature. Mrs. Johnson was hurrying down the hallway in my direction, with Mrs. Wheeler in front of her. Apparently our feathered friend had come in through a first grade window, and was making a good show of his visit to Saint Patrick Catholic School.

Now, I'm not afraid of much, but things flying at my face have given me the willies since a bat crashed into the side of my head when I was nine years old. Go ahead and keep that traumatic nature backstory in mind, when I share that I ducked and dodged like a cowardly boxer to work my way into the building. Felipe Uc quickly came to the rescue (more of the frenzied women than the confused bird) and gently shooed the little guy out of another open window, safe and happy to be flying free again.

The day has basically been one of me replicating a lot of what that little bird must have been feeling. It has offered many adventures from the start. We did the Great Shakeout Earthquake Drill, dealt with injuries, bellyaches, social problems, discipline issues, had our virtual accreditation pre-visit with the WCEA team, and more. As that bird may have done, sometimes I think, "What have I gotten myself into?" 

That question never stays in mind long, because there are so many, many more good things than difficult or challenging things about being here, and about life in general. And, there is true comfort in knowing that there is always God's gentle hand, to shoo away our doubts, to leave us safe, happy, and free to appreciate all that is wonderful. 

Thank you for being here,

Barbara Bolaños


Saint Patrick, pray for us!

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Dear Friends,

Thank you for your generous support of Annual Fund 24. Our theme is "We are called," and we called to thank those of you who have already given, and we called others to remind them to prayerfully discern how they are being called to support Catholic Education.

Our goal is $250,000 and 100% participation by October 31. We have raised $127,000, with 44% of school families participating.

Please consider a monthly recurring donation of $25, which becomes $300 after one year—all gifts are needed, regardless of the size, or become a Sustainers' Club member by allowing your recurring donation to convert automatically towards the following year's fund by leaving the end date empty.

The Annual Fund Participation Contest continues. The first class to reach 100% participation wins a pizza party. Which class will celebrate 100% participation with a pizza party? You can check the chart below for current standings and click on it for better readability. Mrs. Richard's Kindergarten class is still in the lead, with Mrs. Coovert's 3rd grade class now following close behind. Good luck.

If you would like to learn more, you can watch our Annual Fund 24 appeal video.

With love,

Leigh Ann and Matt Zehnder

Chairs, Annual Fund 2024 


Click on the bar chart to open for better readability.

Annual Fund Letter Writing

It is a long-standing tradition for every student to write a letter, card, or drawing to be sent to a Grandparent or Loved One each year. Teachers use this opportunity to develop age-appropriate communication and community-building skills. Each Thanks-For-Giving letter includes an invitation to support the Annual Fund. 

Complete the letter writing form to help with the salutation and mailing address.



Parent-Teacher Conferences

Conferences provide an opportunity to build positive and supportive relationships between teachers and families to support students better.

Conferences for all grades and specialists are accessible using the sign-up link.

  • Fourth Grade families, please read the note on your sign-up page.
  • Middle School families, sign up for a conference with your student's homeroom teacher.
  • No school is on October 23-24 to allow time for conferences.
  • Students do not attend conferences.


Pastor's Letter

Are you reading our weekly parish newsletter, The Cornerstone?

To view Mass schedules and learn about faith formation opportunities, sacramental prep, outreach, advocacy programs, news from the Seattle Archdiocese, including Partners in the Gospel and more, subscribe to receive The Cornerstone in your inbox when published on Fridays!


In-Parish Tuition

If you are a registered parishioner at Saint Patrick or Holy Cross Catholic Church, your Stewardship Card for the 2024-2025 calendar year will be in the mail by the end of the month.

To receive in-parish tuition at re-enrollment for the next academic year, you must be a registered member of either Parish, have a Stewardship Card on file, and be an active and tithing member of the Parish.


Pushpay — New Parish Online Giving Platform

Thank you for your consistent giving to our parish. We are grateful for your continued generosity and are excited to announce a new way to give. We value our parish community and want to ensure everyone knows about our new giving platform.


We are moving away from Our Sunday Visitor (OSV) Online Giving and EFT services. We have chosen to contract with Pushpay. We strive to be good stewards of your financial gifts and believe the significantly lower processing fees offered through Pushpay will allow your gift of treasure to support our parishes' mission further. As always, security is a top priority. 


We aim to complete this transition process to Pushpay by November 1, so we need your help moving your current OSV Online Giving and EFT gifts. 

Online Giving

If you currently donate online (via OSV), please click on the INSTRUCTIONS button below to set up your recurring gift through Pushpay and cancel your donation through OSV.


If you currently donate through EFT (donations processed via the Parish Office at Saint Patrick Parish), please follow the instructions below to set up your recurring gift through Pushpay. Then, email Michelle Carpenter to stop your EFT donations.


If you currently donate using envelopes at Mass, please consider donating online and setting up an account in Pushpay by clicking the PUSHPAY button below.



Volunteer Hour Grant

Thank you, Jason Bone, for volunteering and earning grant money for Saint Patrick Catholic School.

Did you know that some organizations make donations based on the number of volunteer hours you serve, like Boeing, providing $100 for every 10 hours of volunteering?

Email us to learn more.

Heath Screening Volunteers Needed

We are required to administer vision and hearing tests each year, and we need some volunteers to make this happen.

November 29

8:45 am - 12:00 pm

12:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Saint Patrick Catholic School

Medical experience is preferred but unnecessary; volunteers must be Safe Environment-trained with a current background check.


At-Home Service Opportunity

Volunteering to launder and steam altar server albs at home, you are using your time and talents to provide a valuable service to our parish and school while fostering a sense of belonging within the community. This act can be a way to deepen your connection with your faith and those who share it with you.

Call Laura Dougherty, Pastoral Assistant for Administration and Parish Life, at 253-383-2783 ext. 4109 or click the button below to sign up.


Middle School Fright Night

Adult volunteers are needed to help make Fright Night fun and frightful!

October 20 | 6:45 pm - 8:45 pm

Saint Patrick Catholic School


Operation Keep 'Em Warm & Fed

Involve your family in a school service project you can do from home! Serving Tacoma since 1995, Operation Keep 'em Warm & Fed [KEWAF] builds relationships with people experiencing homelessness.

Can your family help make ten sandwiches at home to give to people experiencing homelessness and hunger?


October 24

November 14 & 21

December 12 & 19


January 16 & 23

February 13 & 20

March 12 & 19

April 16 & 23

May 14 & 21

June 11 & 18

July 16 & 23

August  13 & 20

September 10 & 17

October 15 & 22

November 12 & 19

December 17 & 24

To sign up or learn more, email Patty Davidson! Service counts towards fulfilling required commitment hours.

Volunteer at Trunk or Treat

Join us for games, crafts, costume contests, and candy at our annual Trunk or Treat!

This is a free event. Bring a non-perishable food donation to the St. Leo Food Connection to enter the costume contest. This month's greatest need is single-serve oatmeal packets.

October 28 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Saint Patrick Catholic School

Upper Parking Lot

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer to support the event and earn commitment hours. Trunks are needed— there are only a few spots left, but there are other ways to volunteer too.

Baked goods are needed for the Cake Walk. Email Kasa from the Baking Committee to sign up.


Enjoy Recess with Students

Are you looking for a fun way to earn commitment hours? Volunteers are needed to help supervise recess. Surround yourself with happy little people while helping to keep them safe.

Volunteers must have completed Virtus Safe Environment. Go to the EVENTS tab in Track it Forward to sign up.


Track It Forward

Saint Patrick Catholic School has adopted a volunteer hour management program. With Track It Forward, you can log in, sign up to volunteer, select the event you volunteered at, enter your volunteer hours, or view your dashboard and see how many required hours you have volunteered.


Safe Environment Training

All adults must complete the Virtus Training to volunteer at Saint Patrick Catholic School.


To view and register for upcoming classes, select Seattle, WA (Archdiocese).

Visit the Seattle Archdiocese Virtus Tool Kit for step-by-step how-to directions.

Adult volunteer requirements include

  • Background check completed on or before the first day of service and every three years while in active service.
  • Abuse prevention initial training is completed within 30 days of starting service, and refresher training is every three years while in active service.
  • Policies are read and signed on or before the first day of service. 

If you have finished the initial training, please log into your account to ensure you are up to date with the background check and all modules!



Tuition Affordability

It's our goal that no child be denied the opportunity to attend Saint Patrick Catholic School because their family can't afford it. We are committed to doing all we can by offering fair and substantial tuition assistance packages.

Fulcrum and Saint Patrick Tuition Assistance Program use a common application called FACTS. Complete the form once to be considered for the Fulcrum TAP and the SPTAP.

The tuition assistance application for current and prospective families and supporting documents for the 2024-2025 academic year are open and must be submitted by December 31, 2023

Learn more



Welcome to Holland

Are you raising people with diverse learning needs?

Join Rachel Ford, LICSW, parent and parishioner at Saint Patrick Catholic School, for community building, knowledge, and resource sharing!

—starting October 26—

7:30 pm

every last Thursday of the month

except for December

Saint Patrick Catholic School



—save the dates—

October 26, November 30, January 25, February 29, March 28, April 25

Rachel finds great joy in building relationships among people who can support and nurture one another. As a therapist, perinatal mental health expert, and mom of three, she is dedicated to creating a community that can buttress and care for one another by sharing knowledge and resources. Read more to learn how the group got its name.

All-School Mass

Mass is an integral part of faith formation for Kindergarten-Grade 8 students. Students must wear full uniforms, including sweaters, sweatshirts, blazers, or vests. 

Thursdays | 9:00 am

Saint Patrick Catholic Church

—Unless otherwise noted below—

Wednesday, November 1

All Saints Day

Friday, December 8

Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

—No All-School Mass—

  • October 26 | Living Rosary
  • November 30
  • December 14 | Advent & Christmas Service in the evening

Women & The Word

Ladies of any age are welcome to meet after Mass and reflect on God's Word. The start time for the popular Women & The Word group has changed to allow you to participate immediately after Mass with students!


Thursdays | 10:00 am

immediately after the 9:00 am Mass

Saint Patrick Catholic Church

Parish Center

All are welcome. Need not be a parishioner or Catholic! Bring your friends.

After School Art Studio for grades 6-8

Middle school students can use the space and supplies in the Art Room as their studio to develop their skills with a particular medium or to explore something new.

Thursdays | 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Saint Patrick Catholic School

Art Room

Art Studio is a free drop-in activity! You don't need to register. Art Specialist Mrs. Emily Keller will help students with their independent work most weeks. A unique project is planned for once a month.

Homework Support Hour for grades 5-8

Need help with homework? Sign up for support. Space is limited to 20 students. Sign-ups are required in advance, one week at a time.

Tuesdays | 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Saint Patrick Catholic School

Mr. Ainslie's Classroom

Students go directly to Mr. Ainslie's room after school. Mrs. Paez will help students and ensure they are on task.

Students can be picked up from the main office at 4:00 pm. Please do not send siblings with your student. Feel free to email Mrs. Paez with questions.


Spirit Wear Friday

Every Friday is Spirit Wear Friday. We love seeing students wearing their Spirit Wear favorites, from t-shirts to sweatshirts!

Students can wear Spirit Wear tops with their uniform bottoms or regular uniforms.

Lunch Orders

The lunch program, catered by Love My Lunch, offers three daily choices, including snack and drink add-ons.

Each regular-size meal is $5.75 plus tax and includes fruit, vegetables, and a side item. Larger meals are more. Additional snacks and drinks, priced individually, are also available.



11:59 pm SATURDAY

Love My Lunch sends weekly email reminders to all families with registered accounts.

For food and menu questions, call Lisa at 206-354-0980 or email [email protected]



Basketball for Middle School Boys

Registration is closed; rosters are full! The season runs through December 22. Games are after school during the week. Practice is in the Saint Patrick Catholic School Skip Butler Gymnasium during the week and some weekends.

Sports Physicals

All athletes must have an updated sports physical on file at Saint Patrick Catholic School to participate in Middle School Athletics. Turn in forms before the first practice. Physicals are good for 24 months and can be submitted by email or dropped off in person at the school office.


Are you interested in coaching, serving as the team photographer, or in another capacity? Volunteering counts toward fulfilling the required commitment hours for the 2023-2024 school year! Email [email protected] to get started.


Volleyball for Middle School Girls

We played our last home game, and the regular season ends this Friday. Thank you for filling the stands with Shamrock supporters.

Thanks to volunteer photographer Shea Cochran, new photos are added after each match to the Middle School Girls Volleyball album on Facebook.

Do you have photos from practice or matches? Share them with us and we'll add them to the album.

Cross Country for PreK-Grade 8

Let's fill the course with Shamrock supporters to cheer on Cross Country athletes in PreK - 8th Grade at the final meet.

—PreK-5th Grade—

October 22

Why do Shamrock athletes love Cross Country Running? Watch our Reel to learn, and check out our season in photos.

Thanks to volunteer photographers Naomi Douglas, Erin Bakke, and Zach Powers.

Sports Physicals for Middle Schoolers

All 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade athletes must have an updated physical on file at Saint Patrick Catholic School to participate in Middle School Athletics, including Volleyball and Cross Country.

Forms should be turned in before the first practice. Physicals are good for 24 months, so get yours early.

Completed physical forms can be submitted via email to Marla Petronzio at [email protected] or can be dropped off in person in the School Office. 

If you want to learn more, please email the Athletic Director at [email protected].


Alumni Spotlight

Shout out to Shamrock alum Casey O'Flaherty, class of 2020!

Casey is a talented photographer booking senior portrait sessions while finishing his senior year at Bellarmine Preparatory School. Check out his photography and show your support by following him on Instagram.

We love celebrating our community members, parents, staff, volunteers, students, and alumni! Who should we celebrate? Email us and give us the scoop.


St. Leo Food Connection 

In October, we're collecting oatmeal, ideally in single serving sizes, to support the St. Leo Food Connection Backpack Program, serving over 1,200 students weekly at schools in Tacoma, Lakewood, and Puyallup.

Backpacks contain at least two days of easy-to-access food, such as oatmeal packets, instant soups, fresh fruits, and vegetables, so students can come to school nourished and ready to learn after the weekend.

Looking ahead, the following are needed in single-serving sizes:

  • November | Snack bars like Chewy Granola Nutri-Grain, Nature Valley
  • December | Crackers like Ritz, Cheez-It, Goldfish
  • January | Fruit cups
  • February | Instant grits
  • March | Fruit leather and dried fruit like raisins, Craisins, apples, mango, pineapple
  • April | Mac and cheese
  • May | Cereal
  • June | Fruit snacks

Drop off donations at Saint Patrick Catholic School during school hours!


Disaster & Emergency Kits

Your support is essential in keeping our school prepared. September was Emergency Preparedness Month, October is Fire Prevention Month, and staff are getting trained. Their most recent professional development was about Emergency Preparedness and Protecting God's Children. The training started in the classroom and moved outside to set up mock evacuation and search and rescue teams and command centers.

Classroom Disaster Kits

Help us prepare for unexpected emergencies by contributing to our teacher disaster kits. We need the following to complete our classroom disaster kits. Donations can be dropped off in the school office.

  • Toilet paper
  • Tarps
  • Paper cups
  • Caution tape
  • Work gloves
  • Flat Sheets
  • Blankets

Student Emergency Preparedness Kits

If you still need to bring in your student's emergency kit, please do so as soon as possible. By working together, we can ensure that every member of our school is well-prepared for unexpected situations.

View the list of recommended items. Kits can be sent in with your students and given to the classroom teacher.

Fred Meyer Community Rewards

Do you shop at Fred Meyer? Every time you use your loyalty card, you can earn money for Saint Patrick Catholic School.

In the 3rd quarter of 2023, 63 households helped earn $185 in donations for our school!

Link your Fred Meyer Rewards Card at Fred Meyer Community Rewards. You can search for us by St. Patrick School or ID Code RX604.

Then, every time you shop and use your loyalty card, you're helping our school earn a donation! You'll still earn your rewards points, fuel points, and rebates, and you'll also earn money for Saint Patrick Catholic School.

Label Daddy Affiliate Program

Are you tired of wasting money on lost stuff? No more lost items with waterproof, ultra-durable name stickers. Check out Label Daddy!

Label Daddy organizing products are a must-have for families with school-age kids.

Bonus: They offer a 25% rebate to Saint Patrick Catholic School when you shop using the affiliate link! You need not be a school family to use the link. To learn more, watch the video.


RaiseRight scrip

New scrip coordinators Carolyn Weber and Christa Perez have resumed collecting payments and receiving shipments for orders you place through RaiseRight. The option to choose Pay Coordinator Directly or Ship to Coordinator during checkout has been reactivated after a summer hiatus. Wynter Dait will continue to oversee the program and handle special orders.

How it Works

Buy gift cards from your favorite brands to earn on your daily purchases using the mobile app or for year-round shopping and gift-giving needs.

  • Buy gift cards at face value.
  • Earn up to 20% for Saint Patrick Catholic School on every gift card you buy.
  • Use gift cards at their total value for your everyday purchases.

Ship to Home

200+ brands delivered right to your door—Ship to Home. It's convenient to keep earning with reloadable gas or grocery cards, birthday gifts, and more.

Enroll Friends

You can also help grow our RaiseRight fundraising program and boost earnings. We've enabled a new feature allowing you to send enrollment invites directly to friends and family members.

How does it work? To send invites, download the latest version of the RaiseRight mobile app and go to Account > Settings. Tap into "Invite Friends & Family" and share the invite link or send direct invites to your contacts via email or text message.

If you are not a school family but would like to support us, enroll now.



2023-2024 year-at-a-glance

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To subscribe, click on the + in the bottom right-hand corner of the calendar on our website.


thru Oct 31 | Oatmeal Collection

thru Dec 31 | Tuition Assistance Application Open

19 | All School Mass

19, 26 | Afterschool Arts Studio for MS

20, 27 | Spirit Wear Friday

20 | 2nd Grade Field Trip to the Museum of Glass

20 | Middle School Fright Night

22 | PreK-5th Grade XC Meets

23-24 | No School — Conferences

24 | Operation Keep 'em Warm & Fed

26 | Living Rosary

26 | Picture Retake Day

26 | Welcome to Holland

28 | Trunk or Treat


thru Nov 30 | Snack Bar Collection

1 | All Saint Day School Mass

2, 9, 16, 30 | Afterschool Art Studio for MS

3 | Noon Dismissal

3 | Spirit Wear Friday

7 | R.E.A.C.H. Auction Planning Meeting

9 | All School Mass

9 | Veterans Day Assembly

10 | No School - Veterans Day

13-15 | Accreditation Visit

14 | SPPA Meeting

14 | School Commission Meeting

14 & 21 | Operation Keep 'em Warm & Fed

15 | Noon Dismissal — Accreditation Visit

17 | Spirit Wear Friday

18 | First Reconciliation

22-24 | Thanksgiving Break

30 | Welcome to Holland


October 24

November 14 & 21

December 12 & 19


January 16 & 23

February 13 & 20

March 12 & 19

April 16 & 23

May 14 & 21

June 11 & 18

July 16 & 23

August 13 & 20

September 10 & 17

October 15 & 22

November 12 & 19

December 17 & 24


Monday - Friday | 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

The first Friday of the month is a Noon Dismissal for staff meetings (unless otherwise noted).


Saint Patrick Parent Association [SPPA]

2nd Tuesday of the month

5:30 pm - 6:25 pm


The SPPA (pronounced like the word spa) meets from September to May on Zoom.

All registered school families are members of SPPA and are encouraged to participate.

Attending meetings counts toward Commitment Hours.

Zoom Meeting Link



November 14 | December 12


January 9 | February 13 | March 12 | April 9 | May 14 | June 11



Olivia Cabrales

3rd board term

6th & 8th grader

Vice President

Kelly Frazier

new board member & family

3rd & 6th grader

Recording Co-Secretaries

Dani Kessler

3rd board term

5th, 6th, & 8th grader

Joann Varnell

new board member

7th grader


Leila Carlson

new board member & family

2nd & 5th grader

Faculty Representatives

Amy Sachwitz



Staff Favorites


School Commission

2nd Tuesday of the month

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


The School Commission meets from September to May in the Library directly across from the Main Office at Saint Patrick Catholic School.

Attending meetings counts toward Commitment Hours



November 14 | December 12


January 9 | February 13 | March 12 | April 9 | May 14 | June 11


May 2023



Jaime Singer

Vice President

John Nelson


Alyssa Dunivan


Fr. David Mulholland


Barbara Bolaños

Vice Principal

Kate Chambers

Faculty Representative

Hanna Graves


Brie Cooper

Allison Drago

Willie London

Bill Malaier

Stu Morgan

Andrew Noonan

Kasa Tupua Pierson



R.E.A.C.H. Auction

1st Tuesday of the month

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm


The REACH Auction committee meets from October to April to plan the 49th annual R.E.A.C.H. Auction held on March 16, 2024, chaired by Andrew and Katy Madderson.

Attending meetings counts toward Commitment Hours.

Zoom Meeting Link



November 7 | December 5


January 2 | February 6 | March 5 | April 2

If you want to join the R.E.A.C.H. Auction board, lead a committee, become a sponsor, donate an auction package email us at [email protected] to get started.


O'Dea Admissions Information

O'Dea invites all interested young men and their families to attend their upcoming admissions events! As the only all-boys Catholic High School in the Pacific Northwest, they welcome you to check out their campus, meet their students, faculty, and staff, and experience the O'Dea Brotherhood.

Visit their website to learn about upcoming events, including 8th Grade Visit Days, Open Houses, and more! Prospective families are encouraged to create a portal account to join the O'Dea Admissions mailing list to stay up-to-date on admissions-related dates.

Bellarmine Preparatory School

Applications for the Class of 2028 are due January 12, 2024; create your admissions account and begin the application process.

Learn more about the Bellarmine Open House on November 2 and Bellarmine Experience Days.


1364 POUNDS of candy! Thank you to 8th graders Lucy M., Abby S., and Chris C; 7th graders Polly M. and Emily T.; 6th graders Emily S., Maggie S., Squeek, and 4th grader Ruby M. for helping carry it down from the 2nd and 3rd floors to the closet on the 1st floor.

Mrs. Kelly's 2nd-grade class brought in 109 lbs of candy to win a classroom ice cream party, with 162 lbs of candy collected. Mrs. Richard's Kindergarten class came in 2nd, and Mrs. Sachwitz's 2nd-grade class earned 3rd place.

SPPA thanks everyone for participating. The candy will be used for Fright Night for Middle Schoolers on October 20, from 6:45 pm to 8:45 pm, and Trunk or Treat on October 28, from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

Do you have a photo, video, or story to share? Please email it to [email protected].



Family Handbook

Emergency Management Manual




Volunteer Commitment Hours Log

Distinguished Alumni Nomination Form

Capital Campaign

Recess Volunteer Sign Up

Dress Code

Global Schoolwear

Homework Support

Spirit Wear Shop


We now know that COVID-19 is here to stay for the foreseeable future. Understanding how to live our lives while keeping ourselves, loved ones, and the community as safe as possible is essential. How can we do that? By using all the tools we've learned so far: getting vaccinated and boosted, getting tested and staying home if sick or exposed, wearing a mask in crowds, and keeping our distance.

Read the latest guidance on COVID-19. Help prevent the spread of the virus to others in your home, our school, and our community by using the calculator to help determine quarantine requirements.

—Faculty & Staff Theme—

Journey of Faith: Embracing Grace, Knowledge, and Community

The theme highlights the core values of Catholic education while also focusing on the idea of a continuous journey of faith. It emphasizes the importance of embracing God's grace, seeking knowledge in both spiritual and academic realms, and fostering a strong sense of community within the school.

—School Theme—

Led by the Spirit of the Lord

"Let us act with the kindness and love towards one another that Christ exemplifies.”

—ASB Vice President—


1112 North G Street | Tacoma, WA 98403

[email protected] | 253-272-2297



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