The Zarlengo Outreach Program provides access to high quality, developmentally appropriate soccer to Latino children in under-resourced areas.

Programming is divided into three components:

  • Zarlengo Scholarships
  • Zarlengo Soccer Leagues
  • Zarlengo Clinics

Through the Zarlengo Scholarship, our goal is to provide high level Latino/a players the opportunity to play on one of our competitive teams. The Scholarship enables Rapids Youth Soccer Club to ensure that cost is not an issue for youth following their passion for the game. The program provides an opportunity for interested players to live out that passion and develop into the next great players of tomorrow. The Scholarship supports competitive players starting from U9 Select through U18 players.

Interested in a Zarlengo Scholarship? To be considered, players must be nominated by their Soccer for Success site-coordinator or receive a nomination from their Rapids Youth Soccer coach prior to the start of a competitive season.  If you’re a player that may not be with Soccer for Success team or a Rapids Youth team, contact the Zarlengo Outreach Program Manager (info below) to chat about the scholarship in further detail. Financial need and academic standing will be taken into consideration. Candidates must also attend Player Placement to be considered for the scholarship.

Zarlengo Scholarship Benefits:

  • One awarded scholarship will cover 85 % of the registration cost for families.
  • It will cover the full cost for a competitive Rapids uniform kit ($285 value).
  • It will cover tournament fees.
  • Participants are invited to try out for Rapids Youth Soccer’s four top teams (Academy, Burgundy, White, and Blue).

Zarlengo Scholar Expectations:

To be able to maintain the scholarship, Zarlengo Scholarship recipients must commit to the following:

  • Attend all team trainings. If transportation becomes an issue, please let the Zarlengo Outreach Program Manager and your Rapids Youth Soccer coach know in order to support you.
  • Attend team games.
  • Attend team meetings prior to the start of the season (that includes Player Placement, team orientations and so on).
  • Be willing to participate in Zarlengo Player Profiles.
  • Maintain a strong academic standing in their respective schools.

The Zarlengo Soccer Leagues, building Latino/a youth recreational leagues in partnership with schools throughout Colorado.

Goals: The Zarlengo Soccer Leagues will enable the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club to provide a fun, safe and developmentally appropriate environment for students to participate in competitive soccer. The Zarlengo Soccer Leagues will allow Rapids Youth Soccer to provide players with the chance to continue building healthy life habits, soccer skills and to participate on a team.

Structure of the league:
Recreational players will form recreational teams that will play small-sided games (6 vs. 6

With goalkeepers) and use a Rapids Youth Soccer approved curriculum to run training sessions that focus on improving each player’s technical ability with the ball. Recreational teams will generally consist of 12-14 players. Players will practice two times per week (75-90 minutes) and play games on Saturdays against other school teams in their neighborhood. At least four teams will be formed at four different schools so that teams can play 8 games each season.

Cost for participation:
The Zarlengo School Leagues provide for discounted participation in a recreational program aligned with the Rapids Youth Soccer philosophy, in partnership with  schools in Far-Northeast Denver, Southwest Denver and Greeley. The season consist of 8 weeks.

Players will pay $40 for the registration.

The Zarlengo Soccer Clinics, delivering high-quality Rapids Youth Soccer clinics to Latino youth outside the metro area.

Goal: Our goal is to provide quality soccer programming in under-served areas, outside of the Denver metropolitan area. Also engaging and educating area coaches in developmentally-appropriate training practices. In doing so, we hope to partner with community organizations, local clubs in carrying out this effort.

Focus of the Clinic Sessions:

  • A great opportunity for U5 – U10 Latino youth to engage in the Rapids Youth Curriculum

  • Clinics will be skills-based training sessions focused on instilling a passion for the sport, character development, and particular focus on the development of each individual player. Overall, it’s meant to be a fun environment that’s open to all ability levels.

Coaching Education:

  • Bringing Zarlengo Soccer Clinics to your community/club is a great opportunity to engage the Rapids Youth Club in coaching education that can be an asset to the work you as a coach are already doing.

Learn more by contacting: [email protected]

Our Clinics:

  • Partner organizations: Thank you to the Jefferson County School District, the Gunnison Recreation Center, and the Gunnison Elementary School for their work and support in bringing the Zarlengo Soccer Clinics to their kids.

Are you attending a clinic?

  • We look forward to having your player participate. Don’t forget to bring appropriate sports clothing, cleats, shin-guards, socks and a water bottle. Please remember to arrive 10-15 minutes early so coaches can get started promptly

Sign up for a Clinic in your area:

  • We encourage pre-registration for all our clinics but we encourage onsite registration. Contact [email protected] or click register to sign up

LEAGUES

Registration Information:

Registration for the Fall period will open up in August prior to the upcoming season, with deadlines falling in mid-September. Games will begin in mid-September as well, with practices beginning two weeks prior to the first game. All school teams will participate in a tournament on the last day.

Clinic Dates and Locations:
Keep an eye out for future Zarlengo Soccer Clinics!

Deadline to Fall Middle School League Registration

2016/09/19 23:59:59

Blue teams offer players the opportunity to continue playing soccer and training with the guidance of our professionally trained coaching staff.

Blue teams practice twice per week and participate in the Colorado Soccer Association lower-level leagues.  It is common for Blue teams to play 1-2 in-state tournaments and/or college showcase events per year depending on the age-group.  Although Blue players will often participate in off-season Rapids camps, there is no expectation for teams to train in the off-season.

U11-U12 Player Pools

Each team will be comprised of a pool of 22-24 players.  Two tiered rosters will be created from each pool for 9v9 game play in the CSA Advanced League.

Team Makeup

Technical
Psychological
Physical
Tactical

Blue Teams

$175/$150 U11-U14 | U15-U19
    • Aug – Nov | Mar – June

      • Practice Twice/Week

      • Aug – Nov | Mar – June

      • Train 2/Week In Denver Metro

      • Two Local Tournaments a Year

      • Some In-State Travel for Leagues

      • Compete in State B Division

      • Optional Off-Season Training

      White teams are competitive teams that typically compete in mid-level CSA competitive leagues.

      Similar to our top teams, these teams practice three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games and demand substantial time commitments from players. They typically play in 2-3 in-state tournaments and/or local college showcases per year depending on the age-group.  With the combined two seasons and off-season training during the winter, teams in this division play for 9 months each year.

      U11-U12 Player Pools

      Each team will be comprised of a pool of 22-24 players.  Two tiered rosters will be created from each pool for 9v9 game play in the CSA Advanced League.

      Team Makeup

      Technical
      Psychological
      Physical
      Tactical

      White Teams

      $275/$200 U11-U14 | U15-U19
      • Practice Twice/Week

      • Aug – Nov | Mar – June

      • Train 3/Week In Denver Metro

      • Two Local Tournaments a Year

      • Some In-State Travel for Leagues

      • Compete in State B Division

      • Indoor Winter Training in January

      Burgundy teams represent the second-most competitive teams in a given age group, and therefore these players and parents are required to demonstrate a higher commitment to training.

      These teams are expected to train 10 months out of the year, three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games.  It is typical for Burgundy teams to play in the highest leagues within the Colorado Soccer Association.

      Burgundy teams will play in 2-4 tournaments and/or college showcases per year depending on the age-group.  Out-of-state travel should be expected for high school age groups during the season.  As such, elite level players must have a substantial commitment to the sport of soccer for training and games.

      U11-U12 Player Pools

      Each team will be comprised of a pool of 22-24 players.  Two tiered rosters will be created from each pool for 9v9 game play in the CSA Advanced League.

      Team Makeup

      Technical
      Psychological
      Physical
      Tactical

      Burgundy Teams

      $375/$240 U11-U14 | U15-U19
      • Practice Twice/Week

      • Aug – Nov | Jan – June

      • Train 3/Week In Denver Metro

      • Three-Four Local & Out of State Tournaments a Year

      • In- and Out-of-State Travel for Leagues and Tournaments

      • Compete in State A Division

      • Outdoor Winter Training and Elite Camps

      Select teams represent the most competitive teams in a given age group, and therefore these players and parents are required to demonstrate a higher commitment to training.

      These teams are expected to train 10 months out of the year, three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games.  It is typical for Select teams to play in the highest leagues within the Colorado Soccer Association.

      Select teams will play in 2-4 tournaments and/or college showcases per year depending on the age-group.  Out-of-state travel should be expected for high school age groups during the season.  As such, elite level players must have a substantial commitment to the sport of soccer for training and games.

      U11 and U12 Player Pools

      Each team will be comprised of a pool of 22-24 players.  Two tiered rosters will be created from each pool for 9v9 game play in the CSA Advanced League.

      Team Makeup

      Technical
      Psychological
      Physical
      Tactical

      Select Teams

      $375/$260 U11-U14 | U15-U19
      • Practice Twice/Week

      • Aug – Nov | Mar – June

      • Train 3/Week In Denver Metro and DSGP

      • Three-Four Local & Out of State Tournaments a Year

      • In- and Out-of-State Travel for Leagues and Tournaments

      • Compete in State A Division

      • Outdoor Winter Training and Elite Camps

      Coming Soon

      Team Makeup

      Technical
      Psychological
      Physical
      Tactical

      • Practice Twice/Week

      • Aug – Nov | Mar – June

      • Train 4/Week at DSGP

      • Tournaments as Requested by DA Staff

      • Travel Required for League and Tournaments

      • Compete in USSF DA Leauge

      • Additional Training As Requested by DA Staff

      Blue

      Blue teams offer players the opportunity to continue playing soccer and training with the guidance of our professionally trained coaching staff.

      Blue teams practice twice per week and participate in the Colorado Soccer Association lower-level leagues.  It is common for Blue teams to play 1-2 in-state tournaments and/or college showcase events per year depending on the age-group.  Although Blue players will often participate in off-season Rapids camps, there is no expectation for teams to train in the off-season.

      U11-U12 Player Pools

      Each team will be comprised of a pool of 22-24 players.  Two tiered rosters will be created from each pool for 9v9 game play in the CSA Advanced League.

      Team Makeup

      Technical
      Psychological
      Physical
      Tactical

      Blue Teams

      $175/$150 U11-U14 | U15-U19
        • Aug – Nov | Mar – June

          • Practice Twice/Week

          • Aug – Nov | Mar – June

          • Train 2/Week In Denver Metro

          • Two Local Tournaments a Year

          • Some In-State Travel for Leagues

          • Compete in State B Division

          • Optional Off-Season Training

          White

          White teams are competitive teams that typically compete in mid-level CSA competitive leagues.

          Similar to our top teams, these teams practice three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games and demand substantial time commitments from players. They typically play in 2-3 in-state tournaments and/or local college showcases per year depending on the age-group.  With the combined two seasons and off-season training during the winter, teams in this division play for 9 months each year.

          U11-U12 Player Pools

          Each team will be comprised of a pool of 22-24 players.  Two tiered rosters will be created from each pool for 9v9 game play in the CSA Advanced League.

          Team Makeup

          Technical
          Psychological
          Physical
          Tactical

          White Teams

          $275/$200 U11-U14 | U15-U19
          • Practice Twice/Week

          • Aug – Nov | Mar – June

          • Train 3/Week In Denver Metro

          • Two Local Tournaments a Year

          • Some In-State Travel for Leagues

          • Compete in State B Division

          • Indoor Winter Training in January

          Burgundy

          Burgundy teams represent the second-most competitive teams in a given age group, and therefore these players and parents are required to demonstrate a higher commitment to training.

          These teams are expected to train 10 months out of the year, three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games.  It is typical for Burgundy teams to play in the highest leagues within the Colorado Soccer Association.

          Burgundy teams will play in 2-4 tournaments and/or college showcases per year depending on the age-group.  Out-of-state travel should be expected for high school age groups during the season.  As such, elite level players must have a substantial commitment to the sport of soccer for training and games.

          U11-U12 Player Pools

          Each team will be comprised of a pool of 22-24 players.  Two tiered rosters will be created from each pool for 9v9 game play in the CSA Advanced League.

          Team Makeup

          Technical
          Psychological
          Physical
          Tactical

          Burgundy Teams

          $375/$240 U11-U14 | U15-U19
          • Practice Twice/Week

          • Aug – Nov | Jan – June

          • Train 3/Week In Denver Metro

          • Three-Four Local & Out of State Tournaments a Year

          • In- and Out-of-State Travel for Leagues and Tournaments

          • Compete in State A Division

          • Outdoor Winter Training and Elite Camps

          Select

          Select teams represent the most competitive teams in a given age group, and therefore these players and parents are required to demonstrate a higher commitment to training.

          These teams are expected to train 10 months out of the year, three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games.  It is typical for Select teams to play in the highest leagues within the Colorado Soccer Association.

          Select teams will play in 2-4 tournaments and/or college showcases per year depending on the age-group.  Out-of-state travel should be expected for high school age groups during the season.  As such, elite level players must have a substantial commitment to the sport of soccer for training and games.

          U11 and U12 Player Pools

          Each team will be comprised of a pool of 22-24 players.  Two tiered rosters will be created from each pool for 9v9 game play in the CSA Advanced League.

          Team Makeup

          Technical
          Psychological
          Physical
          Tactical

          Select Teams

          $375/$260 U11-U14 | U15-U19
          • Practice Twice/Week

          • Aug – Nov | Mar – June

          • Train 3/Week In Denver Metro and DSGP

          • Three-Four Local & Out of State Tournaments a Year

          • In- and Out-of-State Travel for Leagues and Tournaments

          • Compete in State A Division

          • Outdoor Winter Training and Elite Camps

          Development Academy

          Coming Soon

          Team Makeup

          Technical
          Psychological
          Physical
          Tactical

          • Practice Twice/Week

          • Aug – Nov | Mar – June

          • Train 4/Week at DSGP

          • Tournaments as Requested by DA Staff

          • Travel Required for League and Tournaments

          • Compete in USSF DA Leauge

          • Additional Training As Requested by DA Staff

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          2015 Program Participation Rates

          In 2015, we served hundreds of Latino youth through a series of clinics, leagues and scholarship opportunities.  The chart to the right provides a visual breakdown of each component.  The scholarships are highly competitive and are given to youth who demonstrate potential both on the field and in the classroom, among other qualifying criteria.  We are always looking to find new Zarlengo scholarship participants, so please check out the information below to get in touch and learn more about how you can apply or recommend a strong candidate.  Should you be interested in financially supporting one or more of these scholars, please let us know, as we are continuously seeking fundraising support to ensure this unique opportunity is sustainable for years to come.

          • 2015 Programming

          Zarlengo Scholars

          Alan Salgado

          U-12 Development Academy

          Favorite Soccer Position: Striker

          My dream is to be: A professional soccer player, and if that doesn’t work, a model.

          Quote from parents: “It means a lot.  It’s a lot of money to have raised if they wouldn’t have received a scholarship.  They have to take advantage of it because how many kids wouldn’t want to be in their shoes.  It’s a great opportunity.  It’s for them to develop themselves and realize what they need to do for them to reach their goals/dreams.”

          Oscar Salgado

          U12 Select

          Favorite Soccer Position: Right Winger

          My dream is to be: A soccer player

          Quote from parents: “I hope they go far because it does look like they have that desire.  They play for fun and at the same time, in such a serious manner.  They don’t just play to have fun but they play with a goal in mind.  At home, all they want to do is watch soccer, when they jump on the trampoline, all they want to do is play soccer on it and every day it’s nothing but football.  I think it’s weird but I think that’s when you know that they have found their passion… all they do is watch soccer and play soccer and talk soccer.”  (Oscar’s brother Alan is also a Zarlengo scholar).

          Yahaira Enriquez

          U12 Select

          Favorite Soccer Position: Right Midfielder

          Role Model: Alex Morgan

          My dream is to be: a soccer player or dentist

          Quote from parents: “Yahaira loves to compete.  She’s a natural athlete.  She has a lot of strong values and is a great student.”

          Lesley Vasquez

          U13 Select

          Favorite Soccer Position: Midfielder

          Role Model: My parents because they are hard working and they put up with us.  And also Alex Morgan.  I’ve read her book.

          My dream is to: Play for the USA Women’s National Team or be a veterinarian but mostly play soccer.

          Quote from parents: “She’s very patient and humble.  She’s very quiet.  She’s a silent leader.  This scholarship means a lot.  Ever since she started playing, it was clear she liked soccer.  Her goal is to be a pro in the future.”

          Abel Herrera

          U13 Select

          Favorite Soccer Position: Forward

          Favorite Soccer Team: Real Madrid

          Role Model: Christiano Ronaldo

          My dream is to: Become a pro and go to school and buy my parents a ranch.

          Quote from parents: “We are very proud.  He works hard and loves the game.  He always wants to be an hour early to games and practices.  He’s very empathetic and loyal.”

          Anthony Peralta

          U13 Burgundy

          Favorite Soccer Position: Midfield

          My dream is to be: Professional soccer player and also a dentist.

          Quote from parents: “He is incredibly happy to have the scholarship, he doesn’t stop asking me about when he’ll get to start to play.  He is very happy, proud and content.  He told me the other day that he was going to work really hard to take advantage of the opportunity.”

          Erik Plascencia

          Coming soon!

          Valeria Marroquin

          U14 White

          My dream is to be: Police officer or a veterinarian

          Quote from parents: “This is her first time being able to play competitively.  She was at Soccer for Success at her school.  She had never been on a team before then.  She would go to the park with her dad to play soccer but that’s why this scholarship means so much to her.  Now she has the chance to play on a team.”

          Jovany Enriquez

          U13 Burgundy

          Favorite Soccer Position: Center Midfield

          Role Model: Steve Jobs and Cristiano Ronaldo

          My dream is to: Succeed and stay close with my family.

          Quote from parents: “Gio loves soccer, but he also wants to be a computer engineer.  He wants to take full advantage of the scholarship.  He wants to take it to the next level.”

          Leonardo Esparza

          U9 Select

          Favorite Soccer Position: I love to play everywhere, even goalkeeper too.

          Role Model: Lionel Messi

          My Dream is to: Professional Soccer Player or Doctor.  It’s always changing.

          Quote from parents: “Leo loves to spend time with family and to go to work with his mom.  He loves school.  He doesn’t like missing it.  When he heard he got the scholarship, he told himself he’ll work harder.”

          Christopher Esparza

          U9 Select

          Favorite Soccer Position: Forward

          Favorite Soccer Team: Real Madrid and Colorado Rapids

          Role Model: Cristiano Ronaldo

          My dream is to be: A soccer player and that’s all I ever want to be.

          Quote from parents: “He has a lot of people that believe in him at school and support him.  When he heard about the scholarship, he yelled and jumped all over.  He kind of likes school.  He’s going to work harder in school now that he has the scholarship.”

          Lesly Cano

          U11 Select

          Favorite Soccer Position: Outside midfield

          Favorite Soccer team: Chivas

          Role Model: Her dad because he played in different states and because she wants to be like him.

          My dream is to be: A math teacher and get to play soccer

          Quote from parents: “We had an experience with a church fundraiser for a girl who had cancer.  Lesly asked to speak to her peers to donate.  She motivated other kids to fundraise for this girl without anyone telling her.  This program is a great opportunity for her and is opening many doors for her.

          Dilan Castro

          Coming soon!

          Team managers are a very important piece to the success of any youth soccer team. In order to take some of the responsibilities off of the coach’s plate, teams are requested to have a team manager volunteer to organize the team for the season.

          Team Manager Responsibilities

          • Working with the coach to communicate with the team about sessions and games.
          • Setting up a snack rotation for the season.
          • Setting up pictures with the club’s photographer on picture day.
          • Setting up an end-of-season party for the team.

          Club Support for Team Managers

          • One-on-one support if you have any questions or concerns.
          • Educational opportunities at meetings and in person about next steps for the team.
          • An administrative staff to provide any support you need.

          The Culture Keeper is an important piece to the development of a community-based organization. Culture Keepers do just as the title explains, they help build a culture within the team, providing opportunities for the team and families to have fun and enjoy their time with Rapids Youth Soccer more fully.

          The Culture Keeper get the fun task of setting up team events at tournaments, such as eating out together, setting up events while in town, such as laser tag. The Culture Keeper organizes opportunities for the team’s to better develop friendships with each other to help build long-lasting friendships outside of soccer.

          Culture Keeper Expectations

          • Stay involved with the team and informed about upcoming soccer events.
          • Set up events outside of soccer for the team to build relationships with each other.
          • Plan ahead for all upcoming events to build team and family camaraderie through in-town and out-of-town events.

          Culture Keeper Support

          • Rapids Youth staff provide suggests for Culture Keeper ideas.
          • Rapids Youth Soccer provides a meeting with all Culture Keepers to talk through logistics of the year.
          • Rapids Youth Soccer will have a manual coming out soon outlining ideas for the Culture Keeper to use.
          Team Manager Responsibilities

          Team managers are a very important piece to the success of any youth soccer team. In order to take some of the responsibilities off of the coach’s plate, teams are requested to have a team manager volunteer to organize the team for the season.

          Team Manager Responsibilities

          • Working with the coach to communicate with the team about sessions and games.
          • Setting up a snack rotation for the season.
          • Setting up pictures with the club’s photographer on picture day.
          • Setting up an end-of-season party for the team.

          Club Support for Team Managers

          • One-on-one support if you have any questions or concerns.
          • Educational opportunities at meetings and in person about next steps for the team.
          • An administrative staff to provide any support you need.
          Culture Keepers

          The Culture Keeper is an important piece to the development of a community-based organization. Culture Keepers do just as the title explains, they help build a culture within the team, providing opportunities for the team and families to have fun and enjoy their time with Rapids Youth Soccer more fully.

          The Culture Keeper get the fun task of setting up team events at tournaments, such as eating out together, setting up events while in town, such as laser tag. The Culture Keeper organizes opportunities for the team’s to better develop friendships with each other to help build long-lasting friendships outside of soccer.

          Culture Keeper Expectations

          • Stay involved with the team and informed about upcoming soccer events.
          • Set up events outside of soccer for the team to build relationships with each other.
          • Plan ahead for all upcoming events to build team and family camaraderie through in-town and out-of-town events.

          Culture Keeper Support

          • Rapids Youth staff provide suggests for Culture Keeper ideas.
          • Rapids Youth Soccer provides a meeting with all Culture Keepers to talk through logistics of the year.
          • Rapids Youth Soccer will have a manual coming out soon outlining ideas for the Culture Keeper to use.

          Apply for a Scholarship

          Zarlengo scholarships are highly competitive.  If you are interested in applying, or have a player you would like to recommend, please contact Felipe Vieyra at [email protected] for more information.  You can also give him a call at 303.399.5858 ext. 310. Before applying, please keep in mind the following minimum criteria: the player must be Latino/a, must demonstrate financial need, must be able to make a competitive team, and must be in good academic standing.  Meeting these requirements does not guarantee a scholarship, but are considered the basic qualifying criteria for applicants.

          Felipe habla Espanol y Ingles y es el Director del Programa Zarlengo. Es muy competitivo recibir una beca Zarlengo. Si ustedes estan interesados en aplicar por una, o tienen un jugador o jugadora que les gustaria recomendar, por favor contacten Felipe al numero 303.399.5858 ext. 310 o manden un correo electronico a [email protected] Antes de aplicar, por favor toman en cuente los siguiente requisitos: de be de ser un jugador Latino/a, tienen que demostrar necesidad de ayuda financiera, deben que haber hecho un equipo competitivo y ultimo, tienen que estar haciendo bien academicamente. Cumpliendo con todos los requisitos no significa todavia si recibiran la beca, pero es considerado criterios basicos de clasificacion.

          How to Get Involved

          Zarlengo programming is supported by the Alfred Zarlengo Estate, which provides a limited annual budget.  While Alfred Zarlengo’s support has been crucial to the success of this program, more funding will allow us to provide scholarships for more young soccer players with strong potential on and off the pitch.  Please consider making a monetary donation to support this program.

          Zarlengo programming is typically looking for volunteers in certain parts of Denver and Greeley. If you are interested in helping out at a league day or assisting as a volunteer coach, please contact Felipe Vieyra at [email protected] or call 303.399.5858 ext. 310. Felipe is the Zarlengo Program Manager.

          Programacion de Zarlengo usualmente esta buscando por voluntarios en ciertas partes de Denver y Greeley. Si usted esta interesado/a en ayudar con un dia de juegos o asistir como entrenador voluntario, por favor contacten a Felipe Vieyra: [email protected] o llamen al numero 303.399.5858 ext. 310. Felipe maneja el programa de Zarlengo.

          The Rapids Youth Club has a number of unique sponsorship opportunities for interested companies.  The Zarlengo program offers named-scholarships on behalf of supporting companies at various levels of support.  Please contact Curtis Gardner at [email protected] for more information.

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