Area26 news & updates

Summer 2023 | Issue 37
Let me win, but if I cannot win,
Let me be brave in the attempt.
With the arrival of summer, it's time to look back on the exciting Spring/Summer games that took place. From thrilling matches to memorable moments, this season had it all. Our latest issue will cover all the highlights and give you an inside look at the season's activities. Join us as we relive the excitement and celebrate the athletes who made this season unforgettable.

Also, look for the upcoming opportunities to support our fundraisers (tee times or plane towing anyone?). The Golf Fundraiser has its web "doors" open to register and donate - the article is in this issue. Watch for our Area’s Plane Pull page coming soon…feel free to contact me with questions.

We have photo inputs from many sources, and have included what we received...if you don't see your team but would like to, please submit photos in the future!

Since the return from the pandemic, there have been a number of issues and challenges to process of maintaining our sports numbers. These include volunteers who moved away or left for health reasons, competition with other programs for facilities, reduced contributions affecting the budget, the roster limitations, and capacity at practices, meets and tournaments. 

These in aggregate have all affected our ability to add new teams or sports to our program. If you have ideas or suggestions on how to mitigate any of these challenges, we invite you to contact the Council Chair at

Now... On to the newsletter!!
In this edition...
  • State Games Highlights
  • Track and Field
  • Swimming
  • Softball
  • Tennis
  • Richard J Emory Memoriam and Golf Fundraiser
  • Hail and farewell
  • Volunteer Recognition
  • Spring Sports Highlights
  • Pancake Breakfast
  • Athletes in Action
  • Fit5 Spring
  • Athlete's Corner
  • Volunteer of the Quarter
  • Health Corner
  • Virtual Activities
  • Upcoming Events
  • Area 26 Participation Policy 
  • Registration Resources
  • Staff Directory
State Summer Games
Athletes from Area 26 put up a tremendous performance in the SOVA Summer Games held from June 9 to 11 in and around the University of Richmond.

Our team competed in various events including Swim, Track and Field, Softball, and Tennis, showcasing their incredible skills and dedication. We're proud to report that our athletes gave their all and achieved great success, earning numerous medals and bringing home memories that will last a lifetime.

The opening day was a disappointment for all, as both outdoor competition and much of the opening ceremonies (including the super-special Last Mile Torch Run), were cancelled due to the smoke from the Canadian Wildfires blanketing the Eastern US. Thankfully, Saturday saw a clear-up, and all events including the DJ/Dance on the U of Richmond football field went off smoothly.

Congratulations to our athletes for their outstanding performance and thank you to everyone who supported them throughout their journey. We can't wait to see what they accomplish next! Here are photos and other details from the Champs...
Opening Ceremonies

The Opener was moved indoors to the Robbins Center, and was limited to acknowledging the support of all of our wonderful sponsors. (photos from multiple sources...)

One highlight, though...the Ceremonies opened with our own Jay Choi playing the National Anthem on his violin! Way to go Jay!
Xplosion at the Opening Ceremony...
Track and Field

60 Athletes from Area 26 ran/threw/jumped their hearts out in Saturdays compressed event. Highlights are below.
The Xplosion Track Team - winners all!!

Genevieve, Michael, Ben, Mohammed, Justin, Andrew, Mason competed
Team Xplosion with coach Gus Chapa, chaperones and parents!!!
Your Athlete Rep breaking the sound barrier...again...
Lightning crashes in Richmond
The Bright-colored Lightning making a show at the Track/Field competition...
... chillin in the shade before the turn and burn...
...and all together for a great Games meal!!
Alexandria Titans

The Collegiate School Aquatic Center in south Richmond was full of activity both Friday AND Saturday as the (thankfully indoor) competition was unaftected by the smoke outside. 73 Athletes from the Area competed in the meet (including 4 skills competitiors..., and athletes from practically every team represented brought back medals!! Pictures Follow...
GMU teammates poolside
Burke Barracuda Jennifer Mitchell on the Jumbotron
Jennifer presents Officer Joe Carroll with a photo of the two of them that is used in Special Olympics Virginia graphics.
The spectacular law enforcement Guardians of the Flame who helped manage the swimming showcase...
...and the way they extinguished the flame at meets end!
The GMU Crew at the end of the meet
Long time friend of SO swimming Zach Roney ready to cheer
Sea Lion Marlee McDaniel celebrates!
Arresting Development...
A pair of our Area 26 swimmers overachieved this year, and Lt Rosado of the Chesapeake Sherrif's Dept had to take control of the situation...Joey Roney and Kyler Reese received traffic citations for speeding in the pool. Just the cost of competition!! (Credit to Chuck Roney)

The Lion's Pride showed Pride indeed in their State outing...
(Photos thanks to Sandy Schwartz)
The Good News Bears in Richmond
(Story and photo by Linda Armistead)

The Bears’ softball team also ventured to Richmond for the Summer Games.   With softball was cancelled on Friday June 9th, due to air quality concerns, the Bears stayed busy celebrating David Moananu’s Birthday before then being lead on a campus tour and stadium run led by Chris Hilliard. 

On Saturday the Bears play 2 games. Both games were equally matched with one run deciding the difference in both games.   Game one was against the Highlanders’ Coach Pitch team.  Offensively, the game was back and forth game between the Bears and the Highlander’s.  A late inning rally with hits from coach Jeff Orazi, Chris Hilliard, Amy Luckett, Aquina Rivera (who came out softball retirement for the Summer Games), and David Moananu gave the Bears the win with a score of 5 to 4.   
In the second game, the Bears play Area 26 Lion’s Pride.  The Bears got out to a quick start with a lead-off home run by David Moananu, followed by hits by Ed Brandmark, Aileen Rivera, Ed Oppler and Jason Dermarest.  Despite good defense from the Bears to include put outs by David Moananu at first base and Jason Dermarest at third, Lion Pride hitting gave them the win by a score of 4 to 5.
The Bears at the Summer State Games, Bac Row left to right: David Moananu, Chris Hilliard, Amy Luckett, Jeff Orazi, Ed Brandmark.

2nd Row Ed Oppler, Linda Armistead, Laura Oppler, Aileen Rivera, and Aquina Rivera.

Front: Third baseman, Jason Dermarest.

Team members not pictured: Brad Hatfield, Ben Smith, Nicolas Zepf, Joseph Verastegui and Max Reed.

Congratulations to our Area 26 Tennis Summer Games Team: Jay Choi, Michael Lozos, Jin-Ho Chang, Oliver Young, Eliza Moore and Kaden Joo! Our athletes brought home multiple awards: Jay Choi (singles and doubles- silver), Michael Lozos (singles-bronze, doubles-silver), Jin-Ho Chang (singles-silver), Oliver Young (singles-ribbon), Eliza Moore (skills-silver) and Jaden Joo (skills-gold)! We're so proud of our athletes and all their accomplishments! 

Our season wrapped up in May. We had 35 athletes and 20 volunteers! Thanks again to our athletes, their families, coaches and volunteers for such a fun and successful season!  
(Photos and narrative by Coach Jean Marie O'Neill)
Medal Stand

Area 26 athletes put on a show with their winning ways on the playing surfaces/courts/fields/and pools. Here are some highlights...
Action Star Ben Fowler strikes gold in the 100 meter
It is great to win a gold medal at the Special Olympics State Games. It is even better when Jennifer's dear friend Joe Carroll presents it to her.
Burke Barracuda Sophianne Vu proudly shows the Bronze Medal she won in the 25YD Freestyle
Marlee McDaniels with a big win
Tennis Gold!
Michael Lozos and Jay Choi from Tennis celebrating their wins
Michael Villalta (5th place ribbon winner for Men’s 400M run)
Mohammed happy with his ribbon
Garrick O’Bryan (Bronze Medal winner 100M run) with Dad Mike O’Bryan
Several of the Lightning blinding us with their new metal...
Closing Ceremonies and Party
As always, the wind down was really a wind-up, as the athletes got their boogie shoes on to the sounds of DJ Julian and DJ Alex. Party on the lawn...
Burke Barracuda Jonathan Wolf and his friend Michelle Otterness (Softball) take a break from dancing
Council Chair Elaine Tilton and her family getting ready to dance with Kevin Bennett
The guys getting ready for a night of dancing!
Y. M. C. A...
Area 26 coaches getting their boogie on. Go Robin, Go!
Coach Kevin Murphy jamming away
Rays and Lions hit the dance lawn
The dance crowd in a frenzy!
Corralling the guys, and...
...headed back to the dorm after enjoying the closing ceremony’s activities…especially the dance!
For more amazing photo coverage of the games, click the button to go to the SOVA picture portal!!
In Memoriam: Mark Jeffrey Emery

Area 26 lost a wonderful friend and long-time resource with the passing this spring of Mark Jeffrey Emery.

A note from Veronica Jennings:

Mark Emery, former Area 26 Golf Coordinator, Coach and Unified Partner, passed away on Monday, 4/3 after a 1 ½ year battle with cancer. It was an honor to work alongside Mark for the last 15 years. When we talk about the dedication of our volunteers Mark embodied that to the fullest. He volunteered with Area 26 for 20+ years, because he not only wanted to be a leader in our movement but also wanted to make sure Jeff (his son) had meaningful involvement in the sports he participated in as well. 
In 2021 the Emery family moved to GA during the pandemic to be closer to their grandchildren and additional family members but the move didn’t stop Mark’s dedication to volunteering with Area 26. He continued to mentor his mentee, Robin Utz who took over leadership of the golf program and he also continued to be an active committee member in raising funds for their annual golf tournament fundraiser which he chaired for over 13 years.

The annual Area 26 Golf Tournament Fundraiser is being re-designated as the Mark J Emery Memorial Golf Tournament in his honor. At the time of his passing, his family requested that in lieu of flowers that donations be made to the Area 26 SO program. We are grateful to his family for their generosity.
Mark J Emory Memorial Golf Tournament

Registration is in full swing for the 18th Annual Special Olympics Area 26 Mark J. Emery Memorial Golf Tournament. This Fundraiser event helps to fund Special Olympics activities for 2100 athletes in 24sports. Our tournament needs your support - teamsplayersdonorsvolunteersand items for auction...
Thursday, October 19, 2023
Westfields Golf Course, Chantilly, Virginia

  • 18 holes of golf, Lunch and Steak Dinner
  • Unlimited Beverages
  • Silent Auction, too!
For additional information, please contact the Event Chair, Chuck Roney at
Hail and Farewell
Departing Coach and Friend

After a many year stint as a volunteer, Coach Richard "Dick" Schneider has decided to make the 2023 Basketball and Softball seasons his last with Area 26. Dick came to Special Olympics with his son, Richard "Rick" Schneider.

The reason for them leaving is because they are moving to MD to be closer to their children and grandchildren.  His pride the Cannons will miss him hugely, as he was both a mentor and father figure to the team and a cheerful presence at every event he attended. A picture message from the team that knows him best...
And a message from the man himself...
"Thank you for your such thoughtful personal comments. Over the years, I've tried to live up to the Kennedy family spirit that inspired the Special Olympics movement. Along the way, I've had the incredible benefits of knowing many special athletes, coaches, and family members as friends who (through sports participation) have known the joys of "let me win" and the character-building attributes of "if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt".   
We all are lifetime winners with this personal philosophy.
Special thanks to all the Area 26 staff for dedicating yourselves to providing the Special Olympics sports programs around the calendar that enrich the lives of our special olympians."
- Dick
Three other farewells...and a hail-and-a-half!

The Area Council held its June meeting on the 14th, and selected a new Athlete Representative for the next cycle. Kia Hill will begin her two-year term on the first of July.

With that milestone, we will also be changing two other VERY longstanding Council roles: Bernie Woolfley will be transitioning the Treasurer position to current Councilmember Jeff McGiboney, and Billy Duquette will be giving the Athlete Rep Mentor role to Max Hershberger.

Another big move...long time Senior Director, Potomac Region Veronica Jennings has just been promoted (effective July 1st...) as the Assistant Vice President, Local Services for SOVA!! She will be continuing to support in her old role until a formal decision is made on a replacement. Look for a blast with that news when it occurs.

Note: Bernie’s former company Navigent, and now his current company Ankura sponsor an Area 26 soccer tournament each season. He will also continue to organize the Marymount Invitational Basketball Tournament! 

We want to thank both Bernie and Billy for their MANY years of service to the Area and the Council, to welcome Kia as she joins the team and congratulate Veronica on her ascension!

As to Veronica, we thank her for her great service in her current role, and look forward to continuing to collaborate with her from her new position. CONGRATS!!
Billy Duquette
Bernie Woofley
Veronica Jennings
Kia Hill
SUPER Volunteer!!

Long time Area 26 multi-sport volunteer Marjorie Gray has been recognized by SOVA for her many contributions to the Special Olympics VA program.

She has been designated Outstanding Coach of the Year - Lifetime Achievement Award !!

Congratulations ( and may we say, well deserved!!)
With her award...
At the plunge as Glinda...
With her Soccer posse...

Another very special volunteer...

At the same event, Virginia Beach Coordinator Marcus Leggett was also recognized as Area Volunteer of the Year! Marcus is a long time friend of Area 26, helping our athletes at Fall Games and in the Football program on numerous occasions.

Spring Season Highlights

Of course, all of the excitement of Summer Games is the result of VERY hard work and thrilling competition in the season that led up to it. Here are some photos and events held after the snow melted and before the Road to Richmond (and some activities by sports that hold their championships elsewhere...
Track and Field

Track season ran from Mid April to the Games. Time trials for track were at Episcopal on April 22nd. The inset photo is Athlete Representative Max Hershberger leading the Athlete Oath!!

Photos below by Scott Dalrymple, Greg Updike, Kathleen Kinsolving, Leo Alonso and Marjie Grey.
The Official GMU Track Gaggle!!
Your 2023 Lightning Track team all together!!

Swim practice began in January. The first competition, Time Trials was at Claude Moore Aquatic Center on March 25th.
The major local competition, the Potomac Regionals was held at George Mason Aquatics and Fitness Center on April 23rd.

The Area 26 Powerlifting Team competes in State Games in Delaware. The team consisted of Josh Belenker, Thomas Britton, John Gross, Patrick Hardy, Max Humad, Sean Kimball, Noah Lelchook, Matt Chonson, Joe Morin, Chris Roug, Matt Whiteside and Sam Zimmerman, - here are photos of their efforts...(Photos Courtesy Nancy Julia, and details thanks to Tim Figureoa...)

From Saturday afternoon practices at Burke Lake Golf Center to our Tuesday evening league play at Jefferson District Golf Course, we are improving our skills in course management and recording worthy scores in golf
(photos courtesy of Robin Utz) 

What better way to spend a spring afternoon than catching the breeze in a sailboat? This crew can't think of one...
(photos courtesy of Robin Utz) 

All year long our athletes play hard indoors and outdoors. Here are some of them in their active moments...
Summer Fun
***Avengers practice before the season...
The team is already looking to the Gridiron with some fun in the sun...
Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser...
Here are some shots from the Father's Day special...If you missed the chance to taste the great food at our first Pancake event, you can still donate (and start to salivate for NEXT year's program).
Speaking as one of the fed...the food and hospitality were stellar!!

Many thanks to Council Secretary and Soccer Coordinator Abby Whidden for organizing this fabulous event, and to sponsors Bronson Bierhaus, Bowers Design/Build and YOUNiquely Fit for their generous donations of time, facilities and supplies to the event!!
Council Chair Elaine Tilton, Abby Whidden (Council Secretary) and Veronica Jennings (Senior Regional Director of the Potomac Region) - Enjoying the event

Councilmember Patrick Delapp flew in all the way from Florida just to support the event.
Coach Mike Frew rallied his co-workers from Bowers Design/Build
and his YOUniquely FIT Crew to work the event.
Coordinators Paul Tierney and Robin Utz volunteered at the event along with Patrick and Veronica
Your editor with Coach Hailley Vorv and Billy Duquette
Council Member Christine Fowler with her sons, who both worked the event.
Once again, thank you to all of the generous sponsors, volunteers, coaches, athletes and participants that made the three shifts of this event so special, and a REALLY big thank you to Bronson Bierhall for hosting!
Our financial sponsors
Fit5 Spring Summer Activity...

Fit5 Crew are all ready for summer after a busy spring. Here are four of our stars...
Jay Choi - Victory on the court
Tom Merz Reaching for a the rebound in some pickup ball
Max on track as always...
Kyler "Flying" forward
David Kellet-Forsyth is recovering from a leg injury.

His message is "make sure when you get hurt that you have the doctor check you out right away!!"
Athletes Corner
  • by Max Hershberger
Hello Area 26!!!!!

State Games gave me a the chance to interview some more athletes on the track. Here are my talks with Ben, Caitlyn, Katie, Trent and ----me!
Interview: Ben Schoolar

Q:  How long have you been a special Olympics athlete?
A: One Year

Q: What sports do you play and the name of your teams?
A: Track and Field

Q: What is your favorite pro sport team?
A: Yankees and the Phillies

Q:  What do you do outside of sports?  
A: Go to the movies, hang out with friends, and Work at the Durham Bulls stadium during the summer.

Q:  Who is your hero?
A: Derek Jeter

Q: What was favorite part about Summer state games?
A: Cheering the Teammates on and running the 400 meters.

Q: Did you get a medal?
A: Yes I got Gold. 🥉
INTERVIEW: Caitlin Donovan

Q: How long have you been a Special Olympics athlete?
A: 10 Years
Q: What sports do you play and the name of your teams?
A: Track and Field
Q: What is your favorite pro sport team?
A: The Washington Capitals
Q: What do you do outside of sports?
A: Hang out with Friends
Q: Who is your hero?
A: My Sister
Q: What was favorite part about Summer state games?
A: Hanging out with and cheering on my friends.
Q: Did you get a medal?
A: Yes, bronze medals 🥉
INTERVIEW: Katie Knicely

Q: How long have you been a Special Olympics athlete?
A: 7 Years
Q: What sports do you play and the name of your teams?
A: Track and Field
Q: What is your favorite pro sport team?
A: The Washington Capitals
Q: What do you do outside of sports?
A: Hang out with Friends and watch sports

Q: Who is your hero?
A: My Mom
Q: What was favorite part about Summer state games?
A: Getting to compete and hang out with my teammates
Q: Did you get a medal?
A: Yes, bronze medals 🥉
INTERVIEW: Trent Sheridan

Q: How long have you been a Special Olympics athlete?
A: 5 years
Q: What sports do you play and the name of your teams?
A: Track and Field
Q:  What is your favorite pro sport team?
A:  Baltimore Ravens
Q:  What do you do outside of sports?  
A: Lift weights, cycle and listen to music
Q:  Who is your hero?
A: Firefighters
 Q: What was favorite part about Summer state games?
A:  Seeing athletes that I don't get to see very often.
Q:  Did you get a medal?
A: Yes Bronze
And as a special item, since I will be moving to a new position next month, here is an interview from me to me!!

Q: How long have you been a Special Olympics athlete?
A: 10 years
Q:  What sports do you play and the name of your teams?
A: Track and Field
Q:  What is your favorite pro sport team?
A:  Cleveland Cavaliers

Q:  What do you do outside of sports?  
A: Work, Run for fun, hang out with Friends, Travel, shoot hoops, and listen to Music.
Q:  Who is your hero?
A: Joe Burrow
 Q: What was favorite part about Summer state games?
A:  Enjoyed watching my team mates run, playing Uno flip with my Roommate Ben. Having fun at the DJ Dance with everyone
Q:  Did you get a medal?
A: Yes, Gold in the 5000 meter run!
It has been great fun getting to know all of you as your Athlete Rep. I look forward to Mentoring Kia Hill as she takes this job next month!!!!!
See you all in the Fall at Special Olympics 😊!!

Max Hershberger

Coaches/Volunteers of the Quarter
  • by Billy Duquette

Editor's note: this will be Billy's final issue in this column He is moving on to a job as the Secretary for the SOVA Young Professionals Group. Best of luck Billy!!
Gail Whalen and Sandy Schwartz
Gail and Sandy are head coaches, Unified partners, volunteers, and mentors. They both are head coaches for the Lions Pride softball team and also as unified partners on the team as well. Both Sandy and Gail were coaches for the United Blue soccer team. They are unified partners for the Area 26 golf program, and they are Global mentors to Area 26 Global Messenger Ashley Counts.

They got involved in Special Olympics back in 1991 to help out as volunteers to help in their community. A friend of there’s who played in the adult softball, suggested that they would like to watch a softball game from Special Olympics. They were impressed of the joy, the enthusiasm, the chondrodite of team work and play from the athlete’s competition. They became volunteers and never look back. Sandy’s and Gail’s favorite moment was back in June of 2019, their softball team got to say the athlete oath at Summer Games down in Richmond. They both selected Paul Owens, their longest participating member of the team to delver the oath with another Special Olympic athlete from Southern Virginia, while the rest of the softball team stood in front of podium. Then they ask the mother of a different athlete to lead into the oath as a volunteer to get the audience to get involved with the athlete oath. It was a great feeling to have the fieldhouse of athletes to repeat the oath after us was a great honor to them.

Let Me Win ( Always give your best effort to be your best) But If I Can Not Win (Learn to accept that loss is an opportunity to grow and improve your skills) Let Me Win In The Attempt (Never quit, stay motivated, optimistic, and face any difficulty with confidence) and most importantly, ALWAYS HAVE FUN.
Health Corner...
by Kyler Reese
HI Everyone!!

Ok, Summer is officially on all the way - school is out, and it is time to hit the pool, beach, golf course, and park.

Off-Season Sports Summer Training Tips 
  • Drink water or non-sugary sports drinks. Stay hydrated. 
  • Try not to do workouts outside during the hottest part of the day.
  • Do warm up exercises for 5-10 minutes before the workout.
  • Do stretches after warm ups and before you workout.
  • Go outside and play outdoor games or take a dip into a swimming pool with your friends. 

Keep fit, stay cool and have fun this summer! 

See you in the Fall,
Healthy Athlete Program

In addition to the events and ceremonies, the SOVA Games also include a program to improve athlete health and health awareness - the Healthy Athlete Program. Athletes from the Sea Lions and Sting Rays participated.
(Pictures courtesy of Deborah McDaniel)
Carol Rivers (Sting Rays) and Marlee McDaniel (Sea Lions) get checked over...
Virtual Activities...
Hi Athletes,

As always, details and schedule can be found on the online resources page on the Website.
Upcoming events...
Look for the fall schedule in a late summer blast and on the website. Have a GREAT Summer!!

Opportunities to volunteer and help at spring/summer events can be found at the button below...
Area 26 Participation Policy...
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The US, the State of Virginia and SOVA have declared that the COVID pandemic is officially over. Area 26 is now operating under normal rules. As always, if you are sick, do not join in group activities where you might infect others. For those with compromised immune systems, Masks are recommended but not required.

Athlete families, please verify with your coaches that your paperwork has been approved before arriving for practice or events. The coaching and volunteer staff cannot accept the forms in person and grant immediate access, as SOVA has the approval authorization.

NOTE: When you submit the athlete paperwork via the email address (and volunteer packages to the address) they go both to the Area AND to SOVA for processing.

-- See the Registration Resources section (farther down) for links to all forms --
Registration Resources

Athletes require renewal of their medical certifications every three years (dated from the doctor's signature). Athletes with an expired Medical Form will have to submit updates to all forms. The package now contains 7 pages - please complete and submit the full package (button below).
Athletes, please email completed athlete forms to: (this will deliver them to both the Area AND to SOVA - only the one email address is required)

See the button below for Volunteer Class A Certification Process on the Area 26 website. 

Volunteer Class A, and coach certifications must be updated every 3 years. Many certifications have expired, and many are due to expire. All volunteers are also required to have a COVID19 Waiver on file (button #1 above... ).
Volunteers, please email completed volunteer forms and certifications to: (as with the athleteform email, this will deliver them to both the Area AND to SOVA - only the one email submission address is required)
Stay Healthy, Stay Active!!

We love to have pictures and articles of/about your Special Olympics activities. If you write them, we will post them!!
Revealing the Champion in all of us...
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Area 26 Points of Contact
Area 26 Council

Elaine Tilton

Chuck Adkins-Blanch
Patrick DeLapp
Jeff Eskridge
Christine Fowler
Max Hershberger
Kia Hill
Jay Hoffmeier
Veronica Jennings
Nancy Julia
Katherine Martin
Jeff McGiboney
Tejas Patel
Nancy Robbins
Abby Whidden
Area 26 Special Olympics |
Season Directors
Elaine Tilton, Fall/Winter

Nancy Julia, Spring/Summer

Barry Tilton

Volunteer Coordinator
Tejas Patel

Athlete Representative
Kia Hill

Medical Coordinator
Christine Fowler

Senior Director, Potomac Region
Veronica Jennings
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