2011 Events

  • Sunday, January 16, 2011 6:30 pm.
    Yale Alumni Book Group
    The Killer Angels: The Classic Novel of the Civil War, by Michael Shaara
    Where: Jan’s place–unless someone else is eager to host.
    RSVP: jan_kleinman@hotmail.com
    More on the book group: click here.
  • Saturday, January 22, 2011 2pm ?
    Yale Alumni Knitting Group
    This group is an opportunity to meet other alumni and alumni spouses who share in interest in fiber-crafts. You don’t ned to be an experienced knitter – all levels are welcome.
    Where: Knitter’s Palette, 7602 160th Street, Lakeville, MN
    RSVP or Questions: Cynthia Gilbertson at cfgilbertson@mac.com or (507) 645-4327.
  • Friday, February 11, 2011 6:00 – 9:00 pm
    Feb Club in Minneapolis
    Three years ago, an intrepid crew of semi-gracefully aging alums came up with the idea of resurrecting an undergraduate tradition of dubious origin, namely a series of informal get-togethers every night of the northern hemisphere’s coldest month – the so-called “Feb Club.”
    Where: Gluek’s, 16 North Sixth Street downtown Minneapolis
    RSVP online: Click here.
    Visit FebClubEmeritus.com for details and the storied history of Feb Club.
  • Sunday, February 20, 2011 6:30 pm. CANCELLED
    Yale Alumni Book Group
    The Good Earth: by Pearl Buck
    Where: Where: Home of Paul and Sally S. Harris, 346 Sixth St. S., Bayport, MN 55003
    RSVP: paulharris@aol.com 651 439-7987, 485-3384 cell
    More on the book group: click here.
  • Monday, February 21, 7:00 CANCELLED
    Author Event: Sarah Blake ’83 reading from her novel The Postmistress
    Poet and Novelist Sarah Blake, class of 1983, will be reading and answering questions about her NY Times bestselling novel The Postmistress, just out in paperback.
    Where: Barnes & Noble Galleria
    Cost: Free
  • Saturday, February 26, 2011 3pm – 5pm
    Yale Alumni Knitting Group
    This group is an opportunity to meet other alumni and alumni spouses who share in interest in fiber-crafts. You don’t ned to be an experienced knitter – all levels are welcome.
    Where: Knitter’s Palette, 7602 160th Street, Lakeville, MN
    RSVP or Questions: Cynthia Gilbertson at cfgilbertson@mac.com or (507) 645-4327.
  • Tuesday, March 1, 6:30 p.m.
    Interclub at Bryant Lake Bowl 
    Interclub is a monthly happy hour event for alumni of 17 eastern colleges and universities who live in the Twin Cities.
    Participating colleges include Mount Holyoke, Smith, Wellesley, Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Vassar, Amherst, Hampshire, Williams, Bowdoin, Middlebury, Bates, Colby, UPenn, Columbia, Dartmouth, and Yale. Look for the Twin Cities Interclub group on Facebook.
    Interclub meets the first Tuesday of every month somewhere in Minneapolis or St. Paul.
    Where: Bryant Lake Bowl, 810 West Lake Street, Uptown Minneapolis
  • Sunday, March 13, 2011 3pm – 5pm
    Yale Alumni Knitting Group
    This group is an opportunity to meet other alumni and alumni spouses who share in interest in fiber-crafts. You don’t ned to be an experienced knitter – all levels are welcome.
    Where: Knitter’s Palette, 7602 160th Street, Lakeville, MN
    RSVP or Questions: Cynthia Gilbertson at cfgilbertson@mac.com or (507) 645-4327.
  • Monday, March 14, 2011 6pm – 8pm
    NYU Alumni Club Margaret Anderson Kelliher, Inter-Club Reception and Networking Event
    Please join Stern and NYU alumni for an evening of cocktails, networking and great company! Yale alumni are invited to an exciting talk with Margaret Anderson Kelliher on the future of Minnesota business, our high tech-based economy andSTEM education (science, technology, engineering and math).
    Also invited are grads of Columbia, Penn, Wharton, Harvard, Yale, MIT and other local alumni clubs.
    The reception is free. It offers the opportunity to meet and socialize with alumni of other eastern schools living in the Minneapolis – St. Paul area.
    This event is graciously co-hosted by Dick Saliterman of Saliterman & Siefferman, PC (Columbia Law, NYU Law ) and Dick Weinrib of MVP Marketing + Design, Inc. (Stern, NYU) with the support of the NYU Alumni Club of Minnesota, The Columbia Club and the Penn and Wharton Clubs.
    Where: Saliterman & Siefferman, US Bank Plaza, Suite 2000 220 South Sixth Street Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
    Public parking is available at U.S. Bank Plaza and in adjacent area lots.
    RSVP: Space is limited. Please RSVP to info@sternminnesota.org at your earliest convenience.
  • Friday, March 25 5:30 p.m. CST
    Yale vs. Air Force 
    The Yale Men’s Hockey team is in the NCAA tournament in the East Regional in Bridgeport this weekend, two wins away from the Frozen Four April 7 and 9 at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center!
    Watch and cheer them on via TV (ESPNU) or your computer (ESPN3.com).
    If they win, they will play the winner of Friday’s game between Union and MN-Duluth at 5:30 p.m on Saturday, March 26.
    If they lose, they won’t play on Saturday or advance in the tournament.
  • Saturday, March 26 5:30 p.m. CST
    Yale vs. Minnesota – Duluth 
    The Yale Men’s Hockey team is in the NCAA East Regional in Bridgeport, one win away from the Frozen Four April 7 and 9 at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center!
    Watch on TV (ESPNU) or your computer (ESPN3.com).
  • Wednesday, March 30, 12:00 – 1:30
    Sustainability Series Event – Why Sustainability is Changing the Way We Do Business
    Speaker: Terry Gips, Yale SOM ’80, CEO of Sustainability Associates, former Aveda Corporation Director of Ecological Affairs and Sustainability, Cargill Economic Analyst, White House Aide and Congressional Legislative Assistant.
    Where: Minneapolis Club, 729 Second Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN
    Cost: $30 includes lunch; $5 for parking
    Questions: Bob Weisenfeld ’71 (bweisenfeld@gmail.com)
    RSVP: Send email to YAANWclub@gmail.com by March 25
    -OR-: Register Online with PayPal.
  • Wednesday, April 13, 4:30 – 7:30
    Architectural History of the Twin Cities
    Professor Alexander Purves ’58 will present an architectural history of the Twin Cities, from it’s founding at Fort Snelling. The former Associate Dean of the Yale School of Architecture is a world-renowned architectural historian and lecturer. Join your fellow alums for this unique opportunity!
    Where: Windows on Minnesota, 50th floor, IDS tower, 80 S. Eighth St, Minneapolis
    Cost: $15 includes admission and hors d’oeuvres. Payments gladly accepted at the door, or…
    Save time: Register Online with PayPal.
    Questions: Bill Opsahl ’58 (billyo18@att.net)
  • Friday, April 15, 12:00 – 1:30
    Walter Mondale Book Signing Join Vice President Walter F. Mondale and Dave Hage ’77 for lunch at the Minneapolis Club to hear them both discuss the biography they wrote on the Vice President’s life – The Good Fight, A Life in Liberal Politics.
    Where: Minneapolis Club, 729 Second Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN
    Cost: $30 per person and $5 for parking (in the ramp at the club – enter east of second on eighth – bring your ticket with you!)
    Questions: Malcolm McDonald ’58 651-387-7050
    RSVP: Send email to YAANWclub@gmail.com by April 12
    -OR-: Register Online with PayPal.
  • Sunday, April 17, 2011 6:30 pm.
    Yale Alumni Book Group
    On Gold Mountain: by Lisa See
    Where: Volunteers?
    More on the book group: click here.
  • Tuesday, May 3, 7-9 p.m.
    Forum and Book Signing – The Big Shift by Marc Freedman SOM’84
    Mark is Civic Ventures founder and CEO.
    The Big Shift: Navigating the New Stage Beyond Midlife is Freedman’s impassioned call to accept the decades opening up between midlife and anything approximating old age for what they really are – a new stage of life, an encore phase that constitutes something entirely new.
    Where: Minnesota State University, Mankato (Edina campus)
    7700 France Ave. South, Edina MN 55435
    Cost: $15 Registration is required.
    RSVP: To register go here.
  • Wednesday, May 4, 5-7 p.m.
    IvyLife MN Meeting
    An opportunity to meet fellow Ivy graduates and find ways to help each other out.

    • 5:00 p.m. Open networking
    • 5:30 p.m. Round table introductions/updates
    • 6:15 p.m. Open networking

    Where: Edina Library Conference Room (To the right when you enter the library.)
    5280 Grandview Square (near Hwy 100 & 50th St.) Edina MN 55436
    Cost: $5 to cover light refreshments
    RSVP: Cheryl Mayberry at cmayberry1@comcast.net
    Ivylife.net

  • Friday, May 13, 7:30pm
    The New Blue and the Society of Orpheus and Bacchus of Yale – Joint Concert
    The undergrad men’s singing group The Society of Orpheus and Bacchus joins The New Blue, the oldest women’s a cappella group at Yale, for a concert. This is a rare chance to see these acclaimed groups in Minnesota.
    Where: Hilton Bloomington Hotel
    3900 American Boulevard West, Bloomington. (494 and France)
    Tickets: $10 Adults, $5 Students / Children
  • Saturday, May 14, 2011
    Yale Global Day of Service
    Where: Locations throught Twin Cities and Minnesota
    Questions: Vicky Stoneman at vstoneman@s-sm.org or (507) 333-1646
  • Sunday, May 15, 2011 6:30 pm.
    Yale Alumni Book Group
    Don Quixote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes
    Where: Arne Sovik’s home
    More on the book group: click here.
  • Tuesday, May 17th, 5:30pm – 8:30pm
    Twin Cities Multi-Club Medical Device and Social Event
    The Penn and Columbia Clubs are pleased to invite alumni and their guests to an evening at the Bakken Museum. Joining our clubs will be the Harvard, Yale, Stanford, NYU/Stern, Virginia, Wharton and MIT clubs. You’re invited to meet fellow Twin Cities alumni and learn about medical devices and electricity, while you sip a glass of wine and enjoy the beautiful Tudor mansion-turned-museum.
    Penn alumnus and Executive Director of The Bakken Museum, David Rhees Ph.D., who is a fantastic speaker and an expert historian, will be joining us to speak about the origins of the medical device industry and Earl Bakken, co-founder of Medtronic.
    Warm appetizers and wine will be served by Bistro La Chaya
    Where: The Bakken Museum, 3537 Zenith Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55416-4623
    Cost: $20 for alumni and guests
    RSVP: Please contact Whitney Windmiller at whitney.windmiller@ml.com to reserve your spot by May 10th. Space is limited.
    Payment Options:
    – Submit $20 via Paypal to dan_rutman@alumni.upenn.edu or
    – Send check to Dan Rutman, Penn Club MN, 6728 Rosemary Lane, Edina MN 55439 (please make check payable to Dan Rutman and write “Alumni Event” in memo).
    Directions, parking click here.
  • Tuesday, June 7, 2011 6-8 p.m.
    IvyLife Twin Cities June Meeting
    Dale Kramer-Cohen, co-founder of IvyLife, will describe the ways IvyLife Twin Cities members can connect with the broader IvyLife organization to meet business partners, land jobs, find new clients, connect with funding for new businesses and expand professional networks.

    • 6:00 p.m. Open networking
    • 6:30 p.m. Dale’s Presentation / Round table introductions
    • 7:30 p.m. Open networking

    Where: The Woman’s Club of Minneapolis, 410 Oak Grove St., Minneapolis. Free parking is available in the Woman’s Club lot.
    Cost: $20 (includes free drink and donation to a local education-focused charity)
    RSVP: Cheryl Mayberry (cmayberry1@comcast.net)
    Contact for questions: Peter Hammond (phammond@asia-source.com)

  • Tuesday, June 14, 2011 5:30 p.m.
    Supplier Diversity Panel – Sponsored by the Twin Cities Alumni Network
    Exploring the ways shifting US demographics influence large organizations and their behavior towards minority populations on the demand side and supplier diversity on the backend, the event will demonstrate how minority owned SMBs make their voices heard beyond traditional corporate set asides and government mandates. Panelists:

    • D. Craig Taylor, Director, Office for Business & Community Economic Development, University of Minnesota
    • Molly Larson, Supplier Diversity Program Manager, Best Buy Company
    • Michael Byron, Vice President Supplier Diversity, SuperValu
    • Prince Wallace, Owner and CEO, West Central Environmental Consultants, Inc., Dr. Tim Childs, Ph.D., President, TLC Precision Wafer Technology
    • Moderator: Duane Ramseur, President, Midwest Minority Supplier Diversity Council (www.mmsdc.org)

    Where: Where: The Woman’s Club of Minneapolis, 410 Oak Grove St., Minneapolis
    Cost: $25 Parking available on site
    RSVP and more information: http://twincitiesalumninetwork.eventbrite.com
    Contact for questions: Robin Hartwell (robin@mvpdesign.com) or Dick Weinrib (dick@mvpdesign.com)

  • Thurs, July 7, 2011 at 12:30 p.m.
    French Conversation Table – A very easy, no-stress get-together.
    Where: Vincent 1100 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
    Cost: Your own lunch
    RSVP and contact for questions: Ron Goldser ’75 (rgoldser@hotmail.com)
  • Saturday, July 23, 2011 6:30 p.m.
    Annual Yale Night at the Opera – Der Rosenkavalier
    The final night of Sommerfest features Richard Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier in concert! This delightful comic opera about The Knight of the Rose shines throughout, with three emotion-packed acts of tender waltzes, spirited shenanigans and—of course!—star-crossed lovers. A stellar cast and the globally-acclaimed Minnesota Orchestra match the passion of Sommerfest Artistic Director Andrew Litton, joining to create one of the greatest musical events of the year.
    Join your fellow Yalies for Dinner and Champagne. Kenneth Freed ’83 BA, ’87 Music, will take you through the story. After the show, meet Maestro Litton for dessert and champagne in the Cargill Room.
    We have a limited number of $50 and $37 tickets for sale. After our tickets are gone, you are welcome to contact the Orchestra for tickets, but still join us for dinner, dessert and drinks anyway! If you just want to join us for dessert and drinks after the show, we can accommodate that as well!
    Where: Orchestra Hall, Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis.
    Cost: Concert Tickets $37/$50. Dinner, dessert, and champagne $25.
    RSVP: by Friday, June 24th, with check sent to Malcolm Mcdonald, 21 East Oaks Road, North Oaks, MN 55127-2527.
    Contact for questions: cynthiaylee@gmail.com or malcolmmcdonald@comcast.net. Check required prior to event to secure your tickets and dinner.
  • Wednesday, July 27, 2011   NOON
    The Pillsburys of Minnesota
    Join Former State senator George Pillsbury ’43 for lunch and autographs of his new book The Pillsburys of Minnesota.
    “For the last four years, George has been working with Star Tribune journalist and author Lori Sturdevant on a family history. The book, The Pillsburys of Minnesota, explains how the Pillsbury legacy came to be, with Minnesota as a prime economic and civic beneficiary; contributions over 155 years (1855-2010) are meticulously explained.” (From Chuck Slocum’s review)
    Where: Minneapolis Club, 729 Second Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN
    Cost: $35 ($5 parking at the club). Guests welcome.
    RSVP: by July 25 to Dr. Schuster’s office: (952) 920-8386 with questions and to RSVP.
    -OR-: Register Online with PayPal.
  • Thursday, August 11, 7 p.m.
    The Minneapolis Institute of Arts – “Conversations with Wood: Selections from the Waterbury Collection”
    Bring friends and join us for a docent-led tour of the exhibit, followed by a reception and comments by Dave Waterbury ’58.
    Where: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts U.S. Bank Gallery
    Cost: $35 (includes tour, reception and parking)
    RSVP: Register Online with PayPal.
    Contact for questions: Camilla Madson (madsonobai@aol.com)
  • Sunday, August 21, 2011 6:30 pm.
    Yale Alumni Book Group
    The Jewel in the Crown by Paul Scott (first of the four part Raj Quartet)
    Where: Ann Cohen’s house
    More on the book group: click here.
  • Tuesday August 23, 2011
    Annual Summer Outing and Dinner 
    Hold the date to join friends for an evening of reminiscing and good food and drink. We are still finalizing our guest speaker so watch future newsletters for the latest information.

    • 6 p.m. Cocktails (cash bar)
    • 7 p.m. Dinner
    • 8 p.m. Program

    Where: Somerset Country Club, Mendota Heights, MN 55118
    Cost: $70    (Recent Yale Graduates: ’07-’11 $20;   ’02-’06 $40.00)
    RSVP: by August 16 by calling Dr Schuster’s office (952) 920-8386
    -OR-:
    Register Online with PayPal:   Walleye   or   Prime Rib

    Directions: Click here.
    Questions: Contact Dr. Larry Schuster (952) 920-8386

  • Sunday August 28th 3:00 – 5:00
    Yale Alumni Knitting Group
    This group is an opportunity to meet other alumni and alumni spouses who share an interest in fiber-crafts. You don’t need to be an experienced knitter–all levels are welcome. Never attended before? No problem! New members are encouraged to join in at any time.
    Where: Caribou Coffee, 14638 Cedar Avenue (just north of County Road 42), Apple Valley, MN
    In case of a change of venue, new members are advised to RSVP to: Cynthia Gilbertson at cfgilbertson@mac.com or (507) 645-4327.
  • Thurs, September 8, 2011 at 12:30 p.m.
    French Conversation Table – A very easy, no-stress get-together.
    Join YAANW Board Member Ronald Goldser for lunch and brush up on your French.
    Where: Vincent 1100 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
    Cost: Your own lunch
    RSVP and contact for questions: Ron Goldser ’75 (rgoldser@hotmail.com)
  • Saturday September 17 3:00 – 5:00
    Yale Alumni Knitting Group
    This group is an opportunity to meet other alumni and alumni spouses who share an interest in fiber-crafts. You don’t need to be an experienced knitter–all levels are welcome. Never attended before? No problem! New members are encouraged to join in at any time.
    Where: Caribou Coffee, 14638 Cedar Avenue (just north of County Road 42), Apple Valley, MN
    In case of a change of venue, new members are advised to RSVP to: Cynthia Gilbertson at cfgilbertson@mac.com or (507) 645-4327.
  • Sunday, September 18, 2011 6:30 pm.
    Yale Alumni Book Group
    Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell
    Where: Gunilla Montgomery’s house
    More on the book group: click here.
  • Thurs, October 6, 2011 5:00pm
    French Conversation Table – A very easy, no-stress get-together.
    Join YAANW Board Member Ronald Goldser for lunch and brush up on your French.
    Where: Vincent 1100 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
    Cost: Your own hors d’oeuvres
    RSVP and contact for questions: Ron Goldser ’75 (rgoldser@hotmail.com)
  • Tuesday, October 11, 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
    Litigating Climate Change: The Role of Courts in Shaping Our Regulatory Path
    As challenges continue to slow the development of comprehensive climate change legislation in the United States, lawsuits over climate change are shaping the U.S. regulatory approach to this problem.
    Speaker: Hari Osofsky, Yale College ’93, Yale Law School ’98, Associate Professor and the 2011 Lampert Fesler Research Fellow at the University of Minnesota Law School, Associate Director of Law, Geography & Environment of theConsortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences, and a Fellow with the Institute on the Environment
    Where: Pool & Yacht Club, 1600 Lilydale road, Lilydale, MN (@Interstate 35E and Hwy 13)
    Cost: $35 includes dinner, with cash bar.
    RSVP: Send email to YAANWclub@gmail.com by October 5 or Register Online with PayPal.
    Questions: Bob Weisenfeld ’71 (bweisenfeld@gmail.com)
  • Sunday, October 16, 2011 6:30 pm
    Yale Alumni Book Group
    The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine by Michael Lewis
    Where: Jan Kleinman’s house
    More on the book group: click here.
  • Tuesday, October 25.   7 p.m.
    Karl Marlantes ’67 at Barnes & Noble Galleria
    Rhodes Scholar Karl Marlantes ’67 will talk about his new book“What It Is Like to Go To War, at Barnes&Noble in the Galleria in Edina. The book has received great reviews in Minnesota and around the nation.
    Where: Barnes&Noble Galleria
  • Thursday, October 27, 2011 6:30pm CANCELLED
    Wine Dinner Mendakota Country Club, Mendota Heights
    Join us for a wine dinner featuring wines you’ve probably never tried before. During the dinner, information will be provided about each of the wines.
    Where: Mendakota Country Club 2075 Mendakota Drive, Mendota Heights, MN 55120
    Cost: $75 (includes dinner and wine)
    RSVP: Register Online with PayPal.
    Contact for questions: Ron Goldser (Ronald.Goldser@zimmreed.com)
  • Saturday, November 19, 2011   10:30 a.m. (11:00 a.m. Kickoff)
    THE GAME: Yale Bulldogs vs Harvard Crimson Football.
    Join us for this co-sponsored event with the Harvard Club. We’ve arranged a special room with Satellite TV for The Game. Bring family and friends to cheer on the Bulldogs.
    Where: Joe Senser’s Sports Bar & Grill (It’s still open!)
    4217 W 80th St Bloomington, MN (Hwy. 494 & South Frontage Road, West of France Ave.) (952) 835-1191
    Cost: $5 cover charge. Children free.
    Directions: Click here.
    RSVP: Not necessary – just come!
  • Saturday, November 19, 2011   3 – 5 pm
    Yale Alumni Knitting Group
    We are meeting at our Yale alum’s gorgeous new fiber-crafts store, Northfield Yarns, in Northfield MN.
    This group is an opportunity to meet other alumni and alumni spouses who share an interest in fiber-crafts. You don’t need to be an experienced knitter–all levels are welcome. Never attended before? No problem! New members are encouraged to join in at any time.
    Where:Northfield Yarn, 314 Division St., Northfield MN 55057
    Preferred but Optional RSVP: Cynthia Gilbertson cfgilbertson@mac.com or (507)645-4327
  • Sunday, November 20, 2011   6:30 pm
    Yale Alumni Book Group
    Last Call: The rise and fall of Prohibition by Daniel Okrent
    Where: Bev Anderson’s house
    More on the book group: click here.
  • Wednesday, November 30, 2011   NOON – 1:30
    Annual Meeting & Luncheon with Economics/Investment Panel
    Please join us for our annual meeting and Economic and Investment Perspectives for 2012.

    Where: Minneapolis Club, 729 Second Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN
    Cost: $35 ($5 parking at the club). Guests welcome.
    RSVP: by November 25th to Dr. Schuster’s office: (952) 920-8386 with questions and to RSVP.
    -OR-: Register Online with PayPal.

  • Thurs, December 8, 2011   5:30pm
    French Conversation Table – A very easy, no-stress get-together.
    Join YAANW Board Member Ronald Goldser for apéritif or hors d’oeuvre and brush up on your French.
    Where: Vincent 1100 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
    Cost: Your own hors d’oeuvre
    RSVP and contact for questions: Ron Goldser ’75 (rgoldser@hotmail.com)
  • Saturday, December 17, 2011   2 – 4 pm
    Yale Alumni Knitting Group
    We are meeting again at our Yale alum’s gorgeous new fiber-crafts store, Northfield Yarns, in Northfield MN.
    This group is an opportunity to meet other alumni and alumni spouses who share an interest in fiber-crafts. You don’t need to be an experienced knitter–all levels are welcome. Never attended before? No problem! New members are encouraged to join in at any time.
    Where:Northfield Yarn, 314 Division St., Northfield MN 55057
    Preferred but Optional RSVP: Cynthia Gilbertson cfgilbertson@mac.com or (507)645-4327
  • Sunday, December 18, 2011   6:30 pm
    Yale Alumni Book Group
    Annual Holiday Gathering!
    Where: TBA (Please reply if you would like to host.)
    More on the book group: click here.
  • Wednesday, December 21, 2011 4pm – 7pm
    Holiday gathering of current students and those accepted under early action
    Join us for soft drinks and food, good conversation – a chance to learn about current Yale!
    Where: Doubletree Park Place Hotel in St. Louis Park at 394 and Park Place.
    Cost: Free
    RSVP: malcolmmcdonald@comcast.net
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