26th Annual "Step Right Up" 2019 Crab Feed
Jan
19
5:00 PM17:00

26th Annual "Step Right Up" 2019 Crab Feed

Step Right Up for the Active 20-30 Club of Greater Sacramento #1032's 26th Annual Crab Feed, January 19, 2019 at our NEW VENUE: Citrus Heights Community Center!

VIP Tickets ($100) and Sponsorships on sale now!  General Admission sales ($65) open November 1. For tickets: https://sacwomens2030.ejoinme.org/CrabFeed2019

Includes all-you-can-eat crab, pasta, salad and clam chowder, with complimentary beer, wine, soda and coffee, a live auction by Benefit Auctioneer David Sobon, silent auction, raffle, dessert auction and dancing!


VIP includes early event entry at 4:30 p.m., premier food service (before General Admission), souvenir drink glass, 10 raffle tickets and 2 specialty cocktail drink tickets.

*Proceeds benefit three deserving local non-profits:

• Okizu helps all members of families affected by childhood cancer to heal through peer support, mentoring, and recreational programs

• Sixth Grade Science Alliance allows 6th grade students to revel in the magic of the great outdoors, opening their hearts and minds and bringing long-lasting positive effects on their personal growth and wellness

• St. John’s Program for Real Change provides shelter and food for homeless women and children, and gives the ability to rise above devastating, negative elements to achieve job-readiness and self-sustainability


Don't miss out, buy your tickets today!  Attendees must be 21 years-old or older.

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2018 Children's Shopping Spree
Sep
29
6:30 AM06:30

2018 Children's Shopping Spree

Join the ladies of #1032 and the men of #1 for our annual Children's Shopping Spree on September 29, 2018 at Kohl's on Arden Way. More info to come as we get closer to the event. If you are interested in volunteering or would like more information, please reach out to us at webmaster@sacwomens2030.org. See our Facebook event here: 

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2018-19 Installation Dinner
Jul
24
6:00 PM18:00

2018-19 Installation Dinner

Join #1032 for the for the Installation of the 2018-2019 board and to welcome our incoming President, Linda Abdelbaki!

Location: Raley Field, Suites 1-2
Cost: $38
Parking: $10 per car unless you carpool with 4+ people
Attire: Wear casual comfy clothing! Sundresses or baseball t's are permitted! :)
Game ticket and dinner buffet included in cost!
Sign and Dine: July 11!

6:00-7:30pm- Installation of new board officers
7:30-9:30pm- BUFFET at Foul ball picnic area
Includes: All you can eat bbq chicken, tri-tip, hot dogs, cole slaw, watermelon, baked beans, and one soda per person.
7:30pm- Game seats located near foul ball picnic area

Notes: Stadium Rules- Each person is allowed to bring in one unopened water bottle and light snacks into the stadium. You will be able to purchase beverages at concessions and bring in to the Suite for Installation but there will be no food served until 7:30pm when we relocate to the picnic area. If you can't wait until then, Hot Dogs are $1 for value Tuesday at the game.

**Be advised that if you only want to join for half of the festivities, you still must buy the ticket directly from #1032 at the cost of $38. We will be in a private ticketed area for Installation and dinner.

Please rsvp to Lisa OR Trina. Sign ups will be in the binder at June board and July general.

Paypal, personal check, or cash will be accepted and we strongly encourage you to pay when you sign up.

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National Convention 2018
Jun
21
to Jun 24

National Convention 2018

  • Hard Rock Hotel Casino Lake Tahoe (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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The Active 20-30 Club of Greater Sacramento #1032 is excited to host National Convention 2018 in the Tahoe Sun! Please see event details below and contact us at convention@sacwomens2030.org if you have any questions. 

LOCATION

Hard Rock Hotel Casino Lake Tahoe
50 Highway 50
Stateline, NV 89449
https://hardrockcasinolaketahoe.com

$116/night average (single or double occupancy) plus resort fee and taxes.

Book by calling 855-274-5700 or online at hardrockcasinolaketahoe.com, using group code Active2030. Hard Rock Hotel Casino has kindly offered Pre-Rates of $89 for Tuesday and Wednesday and Post-Rates of $79 for Sunday and Mondays nights. In order to book these nights at the lower rate, you will need to call 855-274-5700.

REGISTRATION

Registration: $299

The registration deadline for National Convention 2018 has passed. If you have any questions please email the Convention Co-Chairs at convention@sacwomens2030.org.

Cancellation Policy: All cancellation requests must be made in writing and received by Active 20-30 of Greater Sacramento #1032 on or before May 18, 2018 in order to receive a refund of the registration fee paid less a $25 processing fee. Refunds will not be given for cancellations made after May 18, 2018. Name changes will be accepted until Friday, June 8, 2018.

AGENDA


THURSDAY

  • Educational Seminars
  • Speech Contest
  • Welcome Reception
  • Coat Drive
  • Blue Room

FRIDAY

  • Board Meeting
  • Beach BBQ
  • Dinner
  • Blue Room

SATURDAY

  • National AGM
  • Pool Party
  • Gala Dinner
  • Blue Room

SUNDAY

  • Say goodbye to all your 20-30 friends and family - travel day
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Build-A-Bike: 2018 Spring Project
Jun
10
9:00 AM09:00

Build-A-Bike: 2018 Spring Project

  • 1918 Del Paso Road Sacramento, CA, 95834 United States (map)
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On Sunday, June 10 we will be working with Pacific Housing to build new bikes for 15 kids from their facilities. We'll break in to 15 teams of 3-4 adults and work with the child receiving the bike to put it all together. Bike mechanics will be on site to lend a helping hand. CHP will also be present to donate new helmets to the kids and to do a bike rodeo with them. We would love to have at least 60 Volunteers day of. This is our first year doing this event and we are so excited to be able to do this. 

RSVP on our Facebook event!

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Prospective Member Social
May
31
6:00 PM18:00

Prospective Member Social

Please join the ladies of Active 20-30 of Greater Sacramento #1032 for a night of light appetizers and drinks. Learn more about our club, what we do, the opportunities for you to get involved and how to become a member.

The Active 20-30 Club offers opportunities to give back to your community, professional development, and friendship. We are a group of women between the ages of 21 and 39 and are part of an international organization which is committed to serving the special needs of children in our designated communities. We would love to have you become part of this mission.

This is a social for you to gather information about our club, and decide if this is an opportunity you would like to explore further. We would love for you to attend, meet some amazing women, and ask questions. If you have a girlfriend that is also between the ages of 21 and 39 and is interested in giving back to the community, feel free to pass this event along and bring her with you!

We look forward to seeing you soon!

**If you are unable to attend, you are still welcome to come to our general meeting on Tuesday, June 12th at the Evan's Kitchen banquet hall in Sac (Social starts at 6pm, meeting starts at 7pm)*

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25th Annual "Krewe du Crab" Crab Feed 2018
Jan
20
5:00 PM17:00

25th Annual "Krewe du Crab" Crab Feed 2018

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Please join us in saying "cheers" to 25 years with our 25th Annual Crab Feed on Saturday, January 20, 2018 at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center in Sacramento. 

Guests will enjoy a Mardi Gras themed evening of all-you-can-eat crab, clam chowder, pasta, salad, bread, with complimentary beer, wine, soda, coffee and water. 

This sell-out event will be attended by almost 600 guests.  This year's event will feature a live auction with benefit auctioneer, David Sobon of DSA Auctions.

BENEFICIARIES:

Proceeds from this event will benefit the following major beneficiaries as well as other Sacramento children's charities:

Chicks in Crisis:

 Directly reduces the number of infants and children in the Sacramento region facing abandonment, foster care, abuse, or even death, by helping them to grow up in a home with family and love to every child. CiC reaches out to teens, young women, and current and emancipated foster youth who are pregnant, parenting, or at-risk, helping them to become responsible parents and leaders in our community. CiC serves more than 2,000 children per year.  

916 Ink:

Transforms marginalized youth, ages 5-19, into confident writers and published authors whose prose and poetry are featured in beautiful books. Their Mission is to empower youth to become the authors of their own lives, one published story at a time. To date, 916 Ink has published over 3,300 students in over 85 professional publications. 

TICKETS/TABLES FOR PURCHASE:

This event is SOLD OUT!

EVENT TIMELINE:

Doors open: 5:00pm (VIP at 4:30pm)
Dinner starts: 6:00pm
Doors close: 6:15pm
Event ends: 10:00pm

SEE SOME OF OUR LIVE AUCTION ITEMS HERE!

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Noodles & Co. Fundraiser for Active 20-30 #1032
Jan
12
5:00 PM17:00

Noodles & Co. Fundraiser for Active 20-30 #1032

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Join us for a pre-opening sneak peak of the newest Noodles & Company location and support our club! From 5:00-8:00 on Friday, January 12, receive a free entree and fountain drink at the Noodles & Company location in the Delta Shores as they prepare for their grand opening (8148 Delta Shores Circle South Suite 100 Sacramento, CA 95823). Cash donations for the Active 20-30 Club #1032 are accepted!

If you plan to attend, please RSVP here: http://events.noodles.com/register/Active2030Club

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Prospective Member Social: January
Jan
4
6:30 PM18:30

Prospective Member Social: January

Please join the ladies of Active 20-30 of Greater Sacramento #1032 for a night of light appetizers and cocktails. Learn more about our club, what we do, and the opportunities for you to get involved and how to become a member. We look forward to seeing you soon!

The Active 20-30 Club offers opportunities to give back to your community, professional development, and friendship. We are a group of women, part of an international organization, which is committed to serving the special needs of children in our designated communities. We would love to have you become a part of this mission.

This is a social for you to gather information about out club, and decide if this is an opportunity you would like to be part of. We would love for you to attend, meet some amazing women, and ask questions. If you have a girlfriend that is also between the ages of 21 and 39, interested in giving back to the community in different ways, feel free to pass this event along and bring them!

**If you are unable to attend, you are still welcome to come to our general meeting on January 9th.**

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Prospective Member Social: October
Oct
5
6:30 PM18:30

Prospective Member Social: October

Please join the ladies of Active 20-30 of Greater Sacramento #1032 for a night of light appetizers and cocktails. Learn more about our club, what we do, and the opportunities for you to get involved and how to become a member. We look forward to seeing you soon!

The Active 20-30 Club offers opportunities to give back to your community, professional development, and friendship. We are a group of women, part of an international organization, which is committed to serving the special needs of children in our designated communities. We would love to have you become a part of this mission.

This is a social for you to gather information about out club, and decide if this is an opportunity you would like to be part of. We would love for you to attend, meet some amazing women, and ask questions. If you have a girlfriend that is also between the ages of 21 and 39, interested in giving back to the community in different ways, feel free to pass this event along and bring them!

**If you are unable to attend, you are still welcome to come to our general meeting on October 10th.**

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Sactown Urban Dash 2017
Sep
9
7:00 PM19:00

Sactown Urban Dash 2017

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The Active 20-30 Club of Greater Sacramento #1032 continues to serve local childrens charities by asking supporters to come out for our 2nd Annual Sactown Urban Dash,.

This scavenger race is similar to an Amazing Race through downtown Sacramento. Teams will solve clues on foot that will lead them to different challenges. Challenges may range from taking a team picture at a location to solving a specific answer to a question as you navigate your way through Sacramento with family and friends! 

EVENT TIMELINE

Registration - 12:00pm to 12:45pm

RACE KICKOFF - 1:00pm

Race - 1:00pm to 2:30pm

After Party - 2:30pm to 4:30pm

BENEFICIARIES

Our theme this year is: Explore. Race. Give!

Proceeds from the Sactown Urban Dash will benefit local children's charities and WEAVE, a life-changing non-profit provider that works to build a community that does not tolerate sexual assault, domestic violence and sex trafficking and provides survivors with the support they need to be safe and thrive. WEAVE's vision is a community free of violence and abuse. For more information regarding this organization, please check out their website at: www.WEAVEinc.org.

THE RACE

The challenges and race is designed to be fun for all ages and ability levels. The course is designed for teams to finish between 60 to 90 minutes; but  participants can choose their speed--whether that's a mad dash from clue to clue, or a more leisurely pace. Teams may range in size from two (2) participants all the way up to ten (10) participants; however all participants must be in each challenge photo to receive credit. The clock begins once the air horn is blown and times are recorded as teams cross the finish line.

Children are welcome to be a part of the team; children eight (8) and under may race free of charge, but must be accompanied by one adult team member. All kids need a waiver and release form filled out by their parent/guardian.

AFTER PARTY

We will be having an after-party with music and raffle at Hot Italian where racers can take a group commemorative photo, receive a free raffle ticket, and trip through the pizza bite bar. All additional drink and food purchases will provide a 25% kickback to our fundraising efforts. Anyone wanting to join the party but not participate in the race may purchase an after-party ticket and join in on the fun!  

RAFFLE

Each race bib comes with a entry ticket for a door prize. We ask that each participate remove their ticket from their bib and place it in the raffle drum that will be located at the registration table. This ticket is included with your registration fee. A winner will be drawn post race and all winners must be present to win.

We will also have raffle tickets available for purchase and will have an assortment of exciting prizes such as yoga mats, drones, fitness watches and more for attendees to win!  Winners will drawn post race and must be present to win.

TICKETS

*All tickets are single tickets unless noted otherwise.  You can create a team of any size up to 10 participants. 

Race registration includes entry to the race, race bib, race clues, finisher photo, entry to the after-party, entry to the pizza bite bar, and one raffle ticket! 

Early Bird special (7/17-8/7) - $30
Regular ticket (8/8-9/29) - $35
Day of ticket (9/30) - $40
Team of two (two participants - 7/17 to 9/29) - $65
Children eight (8) and under - Free
After Party Ticket (non-racer) - $15

All registration sales are final and non-refundable for any reason, but are easily transferable prior to the race day.  Please send an email to info@sacwomens2030.org to request any changes to your registration.  We will need the original participants name(s), new participants name(s), and their email address.  

RACE CHECK-IN DAY OF

Teams must check-in with the event organizers at Hot Italian at between 12:00-12:45pm to receive their race bib. At check in, participants will need to show Photo ID, and fill out their liability waiver and release form. Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult and have a waiver signed by their legal guardian/parent.

RULES OF THE RACE

Each participant must wear their race bib.

Use of a smart phone is highly encouraged. The perfect tool for this race is a phone with a built-in camera, internet, and gps. At the end of the race you must be able to show you took the required photos to complete your photo challenges.  Any digital camera where you can show your pictures will do.  All members of your team must be present in the photo to receive credit.

Teams may walk or run to get to each clue destination. No other form of travel is allowed (no cars, taxis, Ubers, Lyfts, bikes, skateboards, hover boards, or roller blades).

Teams are allowed to solve clues in any order they choose. You make your own course! 

Both team members must cross the finish line together to record a finish time.

Teams will submit their clue sheet to be verified by the race organizers.  Any penalties incurred by missing or incorrectly solving clues are given to teams at the Finish Line and are added to their official finish time.  

Please obey all traffic laws.  

Participants may not interfere with other teams or block their progress.

All rulings of the Race Official will be final.

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CycleBar Fundraiser for Active 20-30 #1032
Aug
19
3:00 PM15:00

CycleBar Fundraiser for Active 20-30 #1032

Please join Active 20-30 Club of Greater Sacramento #1032 for our first fundraiser of the 2017-2018 term! On Saturday, August 19th we will be doing a charity ride at CycleBar Roseville. The ride starts at 3:00pm and we are offering a low low cost of only $15 per rider! The money goes directly to our club's benevolent account! There are 48 seats to be filled so grab your friends and family and sign up today! CycleBar will provide a CycleStar® Instructor and staff to facilitate the 50-minute charity ride—as well as access to the community room for a social gathering after the ride. As always, CycleBar will provide all guests with the royal CycleBar treatment, including their amenities (shoes, towels, water bottles, fresh fruit, etc.).

You only need to bring yourself and your workout clothes! This is a great opportunity for our club to earn some money and to get a great workout in! You can ride at your own pace or follow the instructors planned ride, but in any case it is sure to be a great experience!

After the 50 min ride we will head to a nearby bar (TBD) for post workout apps and drinks!

Payment will be due in cash the day of the event! If you RSVP "Going" to the event you are guaranteed a seat.

Please note that if we can't fill at least 50% of the seats, we will have to cancel the event.

*****New Info*****
Please click this link and reserve your bike and pay for tomorrow's charity ride. https://roseville.cyclebar.com/schedule/. Click on the Saturday, Aug 19 ride at 3pm that says SSD for Norcal Special Olympics and you will see a link for the Active 20-30 price of $15.

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Prospective Member Social: July 2017
Jul
6
6:30 PM18:30

Prospective Member Social: July 2017

Please join the ladies of Active 20-30 of Greater Sacramento #1032 for a night of light appetizers and cocktails. Learn more about our club, what we do, and the opportunities for you to get involved and how to become a member. We look forward to seeing you soon!

The Active 20-30 Club offers opportunities to give back to your community, professional development, and friendship. We are a group of women, part of an international organization, which is committed to serving the special needs of children in our designated communities. We would love to have you become a part of this mission.

This is a social for you to gather information about out club, and decide if this is an opportunity you would like to be part of. We would love for you to attend, meet some amazing women, and ask questions. If you have a girlfriend that is also between the ages of 21 and 39, interested in giving back to the community in different ways, feel free to pass this event along and bring them!

**If you are unable to attend, you are still welcome to come to our general meeting on July11th.**

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24th Annual "Toes in the Sand" Crab Feed 2017
Jan
21
4:30 PM16:30

24th Annual "Toes in the Sand" Crab Feed 2017

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On Saturday, January 21, 2017, we will be hosting our 24th Annual Crab Feed at Scottish Rite Masonic Center in Sacramento. Guests will enjoy an evening of all you-can-eat crab, clam chowder, pasta, salad, bread, with complimentary beer, wine, soda, coffee and water. This sell-out event will be attended by more than 600 guests.  This year's event will feature a live auction with benefit auctioneer, David Sobon of DSA Auctions.

TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT!

Regular Price Tickets: $65

VIP Price Tickets: $100

Click on the link above or contact a #1032 member to find out details of what is included in each level and purchase tickets! 

Adults only 21+! ID's will be checked at the door. This event is non-refundable.

Tax ID #68-0141695

Schedule:

VIP Doors open at 4:30pm

Doors open at 5:00pm

Dinner Served at 6:00pm

Seating closes at 6:15p.m

Event Ends at 10:00pm

Proceeds Benefit: Aly & Izy Foundation, Sacramento Food Bank & Family services, and other local children's charities.

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Sactown Urban Dash 2016
Aug
27
9:00 AM09:00

Sactown Urban Dash 2016

On August 27, 2016, the Active 20-30 Club of Greater Sacramento #1032 is holding their Inaugural Sactown Urban Dash on the West Steps of the California's State Capitol. This scavenger race is similar to a two hour Amazing Race through oldtown, downtown, and midtown Sacramento. Teams of two will solve clues on foot that will lead them to different challenges. Challenges may range from taking a team picture at a location, solving a specific answer to a question, and completing a mental or physical task as you navigate your way through the history of Sacramento with family and friends! 

The challenges are designed to be fun for all ages and ability levels. Participants can choose their speed--whether that's a mad dash from clue to clue, or a more leisurely pace. 

Children six (6) and up are welcome to be a part of the team. Children five (5) and under may race free of charge, but must be accompanied by two other team members. All kids need a waiver and release form filled out by their parent/guardian.

Registration includes race bibs, race clues, challenges, souvenir photo, post-race lunch and refreshments, raffle entry, music, and more!

The course is designed for the fastest team to finish between 45 minutes and an hour. The average finish time will be around 90 minutes. For those with a more leisurely pace, the race will continue to take finish times for approximately 2 hours after the start time. Teams that are still on the course after 2 hours must return to the start line where they can enjoy their post-race lunch and spend some time with fellow participants.The distance of the race depends on the route taken by each team.
The clock begins once the air horn is blown and times are recorded as teams cross the finish line.

Race Check-In
Teams must check-in with the event organizers at the West Steps of the Capitol between 9:00 and 9:45am to receive their race bib. At check in, participants will need to show Photo ID, and fill out their liability waiver and release form. Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult and have a waiver signed by their legal guardian/parent.

All registration sales are final and non-refundable for any reason, but are easily transferable prior to the race day. Please send an email to info@sacwomens2030.org to request any changes to your registration. We will need the original participants name(s), new participants name(s), and their email address. 

Cost:
$50.00 for a team of two (when you use the $10 off promo-code)
$60.00 for a team of two 6/25-8/26
$70.00 for a team of two Day Off (8/27)

Rules of the Race:
* Each team must be comprised of two members.
* Each participant must wear their race bib.
* Use of a smart phone is highly encouraged. The perfect tool for this race is a phone with a built-in camera, internet, and gps. At the end of the race you must be able to show you took the required photos to complete your photo challenges. Any digital camera where you can show your pictures will do. 
* Teams may walk or run to get to each clue destination. No other form of travel is allowed (no cars, taxis, Ubers, Lyfts, bikes, skateboards, hover boards, or roller blades).
* Running is not permitted on State Capitol grounds or buildings. Therefore, there will be NO clues or challenges on the State Capitol grounds or buildings. 
* Teams are allowed to solve clues in any order they choose. You make your own course! There is not a set course from clue to clue so everybody's route will be different. Some teams will solve all clues and map out a route before leaving the start line, while others may prefer to solve clues en route.
* Each team will receive one sealed set of 12 race clues, in which 11 of the 12 clues must be solved correctly. Each clue will lead you to a unique challenge that must be completed. The quickest top three teams to return to the finish line after completing at least 11 clues will win a prize. 
* Teams must either get their race clues stamped after successfully completing each challenge or, if required, have photographic proof. Both team members must be in seen in each clue photo.
* Both team members must cross the finish line together to record a finish time.
* Teams will submit their clue sheet to be verified by the race organizers. Any penalties incurred by missing or incorrectly solving clues are given to teams at the Finish Line and are added to their official finish time. 
* For every challenge less than 11 completed, teams will receive a 30-minute penalty that will be added to their final time.
* Please obey all traffic laws. 
* Participants may not interfere with other teams or block their progress.
* All rulings of the Race Official will be final.

Prizes:
* Top three places (1st, 2nd,3rd)
* First place family team (must have a child under 12)
* Best team costume

Raffles:
Each race bib comes with a raffle ticket. We ask that each participant remove their raffle ticket from their bib and place their raffle ticket in the raffle drum that will be located at the registration table. This ticket is included with your registration fee. 

During check-in there will be a vendor village where participants can earn more raffle tickets to increase their chances of winning a raffle prize during the prize ceremony. We ask that you place your bib number on the raffle tickets prior to placing them in the raffle drum. You must be present to win.

All proceeds from this event will benefit the Greater Sacramento Chapter of Girls on the Run. We are very excited to get to pair up with this amazing organization. For more information regarding this organization, please check out their website at: www.GOTRSac.org.

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