Facebook10Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Cathryn Lewis, Occasions CateringWith the recent warm days and the hope of more to come, barbeques, picnics and parties are on our minds and in our calendars. Graduations, Weddings, Memorial Day, 4th of July, the Sun is Shining so Let’s Party, are all great reasons to fire up the grill and stir up some summer fun. Be smart and don’t invite food poisoning as a guest. Roughly 1 in 6 of us will get sick from foodborne illnesses. There are four simple things to do to keep you and your guests healthy as they enjoy your delicious summer soiree.KEEP IT CLEAN – KEEP COLD FOODS COLD – KEEP HOT FOODS HOT – COOK IT THOROUGHLYKEEP IT CLEANWash your hands with hot soapy water before and after handling raw meats.Keep all raw foods separated, don’t let raw meat juices come in contact with other foods.Use separate cutting boards for raw meats, vegetables and breads.Sanitize the work area with 3 tsps. of bleach in one quart of warm water; wipe down counters, and boards.KEEP IT COLDThis can begin at the grocery store. Bring a cooler when shopping in the summer months and make sure you put a layer of ice in the bottom or better yet, the gel filled ice packs, and keep it in the trunk of your car.Choose your meat items last so they spend a very short time in your cart. Once at your vehicle, place your meat in the bottom of the cooler and the other perishables on top of them. At home, unload the cooler first and get these items into the refrigerator.If you need to thaw meat, fish or poultry, do it in the refrigerator, on the lowest shelf, in a dish to prevent juices from dripping or spilling on other food items.Marinating should also take place in a covered container in the refrigerator. Do not marinate at room temperature.Do not have salads sitting out at room temp longer than 2 hours. If you are going to set your buffet for longer than 2 hours or be outdoors you will definitely need to set your cold food items on ice. Cold items need to be at 40 degrees.KEEP IT HOTThis can be a difficult undertaking for the home host. If it’s not hot off the grill and onto a guests plate it needs to be kept hot in a holding pan. A professional caterer, such as Occasions Catering, will have the necessary containment to keep hot foods at the proper temperature, 140 °. The home cook can rent chafing dishes or purchase disposable ones and the sternos needed to heat the pans. This may seem like an unnecessary added expense but it will prevent food poisoning, which is not the memory you want your guest taking away from your event.Make certain your food is at the proper temperature prior to placing it in a chafing dish. In short; use a thermometer.COOK IT THOROUGHLYHere is a quick guide to the temperatures of various summer barbeque items.Ground meat – a uniform internal temperature of 160°Ground poultry – 165°Steak – 145° is considered cooked to medium (although may be considered overcooked by many)130° to 135° is the temperature range where most steaks are most tender and juicyFish – 135°Foods other than meats should be at 140°- 160° coming out of the oven or off the stove.Have a safe and healthy summer.
Image Courtesy: Facebook/AFPAdvertisement 746bNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsxmWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ed3lg3( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 6j27Would you ever consider trying this?😱t54Can your students do this? 🌚6cRoller skating! Powered by Firework In less than a month, the Coronavirus pandemic that originated from the city of Wuhan, China, found its way into every corner of the world. The primary mode of transmission were the unsuspecting tourists, who unintentionally brought the virus from the epicentre. However, despite huge number of precautionary guidelines and procedures released by WHO and the Government of India,some didn’t bother to follow them, and as a result, the virus has now entered the country. Amongst all the woes, senior cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle has come up with a statement on Twitter, indirectly taking a dig at Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Facebook/AFPDespite the warnings and suggestions going around to prevent further spread of the virus, many have not bothered to pay heed to them, and has taken the global pandemic very lighly. This had irked Harsha Bhogle, who recently took it to social media to express his dissent towards the non-cooperating part of the population.yesterday, on his official Twitter handle, Bhogle wrote: “It is so disappointing when so many people are trying so hard and stupid, literate people coming from infected areas go around partying.”Advertisement He also indicated that despite the efforts of many, the carelessness of just a handful can cause a severe desecration in the population: A million people can do right but it requires a few silly people to lose the fight. Let us stay vigilant. We are in this together.”Mentioning the notion of people who have arrived from virus-ridden areas and then landing themselves in social gatherings, seems to be a jab at singer Kanika Kapoor, who recently came back from London amidst the global emergency from the pandemic.Even after coming back from Europe, which has seen massive infections around, Kanika was reported to hide her travel history from officials to avoid quarantine and self isolation. Even after that, she was allegedly involved in a party with her family and friends in Lucknow.After Kanika was tested positive for COVID-19, the singer has received severe reprimand from the public, and even an FIR was lodged at her. However, Kanika herself denied the charges thrown at her, stating that she had undergone screening at the Lucknow airport after landing“I was part of the scanning process at the airport. I also called the CMO to check me and filled all forms at the airport,” Kanika said in an interview with Aaj Tak.“I attended a small get together on March 13,” although she accepted that she was involved in partying, Kanika has stated she has tried her best efforts to prevent anty further spread of the virus: “I tried my level best not to contaminate others. Throughout the past week, we were all wearing gloves.”Also read-PM Modi lauds ‘partnership’ between Kaif and Yuvraj as he urges Coronavirus fightSunil Chhetri reveals which game he could beat both Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi at! Advertisement
Image Courtesy: TwitterAdvertisement 01NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vszpe2gjWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E60p( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 56oymWould you ever consider trying this?😱19mnCan your students do this? 🌚h2tpqRoller skating! Powered by Firework 6th April is celebrated as the The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP), honouring the inauguration of the first of the modern era Olympic Games, the 1896 Summer Olympics. The day is celebrated with an aim for the betterment of the community, positive social improvements and encouragement of peace and understanding within the human population through the power of sport. With the current challenging times amidst the novel Coronavirus pandemic, many athletes have taken it to social media to take part in the ‘#WhiteCard’ movement to celebrate the day, as many iconic names from the sporting fraternity of India have joined up with famous sportspersons from all over the world.Advertisement Image Courtesy: TwitterDue to the COVID-19 outbreak, human life around the world has come to a halt. The pandemic has disrupted many major sporting events, including the Tokyo Summer Olympics, the Euro 2020 and many more tournaments and leagues which are either cancelled or postponed.In such worrying times, 6th April is celebrated to bring the world together through the noble message of sports, as many countries and its citizens are self-isolating to curb the further spread of the deadly virus.Advertisement Many revered athletes from India went onto Twitter and Instagram today to show their support for the #’WhiteCard’ movement.No matter who we are or where we come from the one thing that unites us all and nutures humanity is sports, I have the privilege to continue to experience this as an athlete today. @peaceandsport@gosportsvoices #whitecard #IDSDP2020INDIA #april6 #stayhome pic.twitter.com/ggg83yqk3B— Gundlapally Meghana Reddy (@megg_reddy) April 6, 2020Several sportspersons, former athletes and Olympians all over the world also joined in the noble cause of bringing humanity together in peace and harmony in these troubling times.Over 1.2 million people around the world have been affected by the novel Coronavirus, and the death toll as risen to 70,650 as of now.Also read-‘LaLigaSantander Fest’ brought together 50 million viewers, raised €1,003,532 and 1 million masks for the fight against COVID-19Hum Honge Kamyab – Stay Safe India Advertisement
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — The St. Agnes Catholic Church’s 17th annual Christmas choral concert will be held at 3 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 11.The concert will consist of performances by the St. Agnes adult and children’s choirs and the new St. Agnes Men’s Community Chorus.For the 17th consecutive year, the program will be directed by G. Thomas Elliott, the now-retired musical director at Henry Hudson Regional School. Accompaniment will be provided by Corina Pauta, the church’s new organist.Joanna Kearney will be the principal soloist. The public is welcome and admission is free. Attendees are urged to bring donations for the AtlanticHighlands Food Pantry. The church is located at the corner of Center Avenueand Avenue C.
Story and photos by John BurtonRED BANK – There were no speeches or out-of-town elected officials on Sunday as community members gathered again to offer prayers and silent reflection for the victims and families, and hopes for a time when these vigils would not be needed.In the aftermath of last week’s horrific events that left five police dead, along with two officers and two civilians injured in a Dallas, Texas shooting, which was preceded by two shootings of black men by white police officers, in Louisiana and Minnesota, Mayor Pasquale Menna sent a message last weekend seeking another vigil for the community to again come together.“It’s the right thing to do,” Menna said on Sunday evening about the quickly organized vigil held at the borough’s Veterans Memorial on the corner of Monmouth Street and Drummond Place.A crowd of about 50 or 60 convened at the monument, joined by Borough Council members, a contingent of Red Bank Police, including Chief Darren McConnell and an ecumenical group of clergy from the area.True to his word, Menna said there would be no speeches, and clergy members offered brief prayers and voiced wishes that things would get better.“We must have that sense of hope,” said the Rev. Janet Jones, a borough resident who also serves on the Red Bank Board of Education.“There is a darkness in our world,” with the number of terrible, violent acts that have been occurring, observed the Rev. Terrence K. Porter, pastor of Pilgrim Baptist Church, 172 Shrewsbury Ave., but Porter in his prayers asked God to “light the candle of hope in each of us.”Following the singing of “God Bless America” led by Cantor Gabrielle Clissold of Monmouth Reform Temple, Tinton Falls, participants lit candles, with members lighting the candles for each other among the quiet crowd.Along with the lighting of the candles, three young members of the community laid three floral wreaths at the monument. According to Menna, the floral arrangements were to honor the memory of the fallen police officers, victims of senseless violence everywhere and to wish for peace in our hearts and country.“We do this too often,” Porter acknowledged sadly, referencing previous ones, especially the most recent last month conducted by borough officials and another hosted by Pilgrim Baptist, following the fatal shootings in Orlando, Florida.
By The Nelson Daily SportsAt the beginning of the season LVR coach Val Gibson wondered if the Bombers would ever win a game.The squad did more than just snap out of a losing streak.LVR completed the Cinderella run by defeating Grand Forks Wolves 31-23 in the final to claim the West Kootenay Junior Girl’s Basketball Championship last week at the J. Lloyd Crowe gym in Trail.“It was an incredible high to end the season,” said Gibson after the surprising victory.LVR entered the tournament ranked third. And it didn’t look good for the Bombers playing the top-ranked Wolves.But Gibson employed a zone press picked up from former coach Lorne Wuori that totally frustrated the Wolves, allowing LVR to build a 23-7 first half lead.“Defence always wins games,” Gibson exclaimed.“The Wolves fought their way back in again the Bomber’s more inexperienced players, but the LVR team would not give up,” Gibson added.The Big Three for LVR, Devyn Parker, Jayden Roch and Lynnea Carr led the way with eight and six points, respectively.Kyley Mirva added five for LVR.LVR opened the tournament by stopping Stanley Humphries Rockers 42-19. Roch scored 12 points to pace LVR while Mirva and Carr each had 10.The win advanced the Bombers to the semi final where LVR held off a pesky Rossland Royals team to win 38-31.The teams combined for 40 fouls in the tough, hard-fought game. Carr had a breakout game with 16 points while Parker had nine.OVERTIME: The Big Three, Devyn Parker, Jayden Roch and Lynnea Carr, were busy last week. Not only did the trio pace LVR to the Junior title, but the three players also traveled to Grand Forks Friday to help the Senior Bombers at the Kootenay High School AA Girl’s Zone Basketball Tournament. Parker, Roch and Carr were all in the lineup for LVR against Prince Charles Comets, helping the Bombers to an easy email@example.com
Stocks was not around the last time the Leaf submitted a bit to host the BC Junior B Hockey Championship.That happened in 2010 when the club lost out to the Fernie Ghostriders in the bid process.However, this time around the Leafs were the winners to host the four team tournament showcasing the champions from the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL), the Pacific International Junior Hockey League (PIJHL), and the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League (VIJHL) along with the host team compete in the Championship tournament.The 2013 Cyclone Taylor Cup will be hosted by the Comox Valley Glacier Kings in Comox, BC from April 11-14, 2013. The Castlegar Rebels appear to be the KIJHL rep after opening the championship series against North Okanagan with two narrow wins in the Sunflower City.The Rebels travel to Armstrong for Games three and four with a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series.Game five, if necessary, is Monday in Castlegar. It may be a bold statement to some hockey fans but the Nelson Leafs are promising playoff hockey in April off 2014.That’s right book those playoff ticket now because Friday BC Hockey awarded the Leafs the 2014 Cyclone Taylor Cup Junior B Provincial Championship.“The Nelson Leafs organization is thrilled to be chosen as the host for the 2013-2014 Cyclone Taylor Cup,” said Russell Stocks, President of the Nelson Leafs Hockey Society. “We are excited to have the opportunity to showcase our organization and the incredible community of Nelson. The Leafs are a first class organization and we expect to put forth a first-class event.”Nelson has been eliminated from the post season in the first round of the playoffs that past three seasons after making a habit of advancing down the playoff trail the previous seasons.
Mallard’s Source for sports would like to applaud the success by the students by naming organizers Team of the Week.The SROAMazing race team includes Trip Hershey III, Ben Johnstone, Patrick Stewart, Andrew Warren, Irina Smolina, Pasha Perepelytsia, Guido Calvo, Miguel Morel, Ryan Brudner, Kent Wakeman, Eddie Learmont, Dryw Smith, Danielle McGovern, Mara Guerra, Mike Groberman, Mackenzie Booth, Ben Evoy, Alannah Freise, Ashleigh Gray, MJ Iniguez and Kale Pendlebury. The Selkirk College Ski Resort Operations and Management program gives students a unique blend of management skills and industry knowledge to prepare you for lasting leadership roles.Those leadership roles were put to the test during the recent fourth annual Selkirk College Ski Resort Operations and Management program SROAMazing race.And the students did not disappoint instructors as the event attracted 20 teams in total and raised mroe than $1800 for Avalanche Awareness Beyond the Boundaries Society.
Darian Johnson was in goal for Nelson to register the win.Nelson then dropped a 3-1 decision to Idaho Thunder in a spirited affair.After the Thunder took a 1-0 lead, Ayers scored his second in as many games early in the second half to even the score.However, Idaho struck for a pair of goals to pull off the two-goal win.Nelson unfortunately lost the services of center back Theo Bakas in the match and for the rest of the tournament due to an undisclosed lower body injury.Nelson offence came to play in Sunday’s game against Livingston, Montana in neighbouring Rathdrum, Idaho.Nelson led 2-0 at the half on goals by Jake Anderson and Bryce Twible, who converted a penalty kick.Guest player Renan Paredes, with a pair, and Ziegler scored in the second half to give Nelson the 5-2 win.”The Missoula guys were a great addition both on and off the pitch,” Szabo said.“They fit right in and it was a good experience for all. Nice to make new friends.”Szabo was pleased with the midfield play of Nolan DeRosa and Spencer Szabo especially in that final game.He added that the back line of Theo Bakas, Andrew Knapik, Lucas Spielman, Dylan Bennett and Owen Thurston kept it tight under pressure then moved out quickly on the attack.”Josh Venema from Missoula was a nice addition there too,” Szabo said.”Johnny Johnson was our utility guy. Played every position on the pitch I think except keeper. And he was even ready to do that if need be.” Nelson Select came within whisker of playing for the championship of the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament Sunday in Coeur d Alene, Idaho.The U18 Select finished third due to head-to-head action tiebreaker despite posting a 2-1 record.”I was absolutely delighted with the effort,” said Nelson coach Dan Szabo. “A few mistakes cost us, but I liked how we picked ourselves up after.”“Our confidence is high, we’re getting more chances at goal and that’s largely due to everyone knowing what their job is and how that impacts the play overall,” Szabo added.“We scored nine goals in three games.”Nelson opened the tournament with a 3-2 win over Polson.Nigel Ziegler scored the winner for Nelson late in the game to secure the win.Johnny Johnson scored the opener four minutes and Missoula guest player, Cameron Ayers, added another with more sustained pressure at 16 minutes. Nelson, with only 12 players make the trip, was able to recruit three players from Missoula, Montana including an exchange student from Brazil.The teams exchanged goals with Polson scoring before recess and Ziegler replying in the second half.Polson added a marker in the 64th minute and applied pressure late but Nelson held on for the 3-2 win.
SANTA ANITA OFFERS FREE SHUTTLE SERVICESanta Anita will offer complimentary shuttle service every racing day during the Spring Meet that runs through July 10.The operating times will be from 12 noon to 8 p.m. Regular first post time during the spring is 2 p.m.On Kentucky Derby Day, Saturday, two shuttles will be available from 7a.m. to 8 p.m.On Sunday, May 8, Mother’s Day, the shuttle will be available from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Service will be offered from the Metro Arcadia train station to the Infield Admission Gates, Club House Admission Gates, and the South Battery.The shuttle will be picking up/dropping off every 25 minutes from all locations (subject to traffic delays). Doug O’Neill20934302616%43%$1,649,467 Martin Garcia14421161715%38%$1,236,631 FESTIVE DERBY DAY ACTIVITIES AT SANTA ANITASanta Anita hosts the “Biggest Derby Party West of Kentucky,” the KROQ Kentucky Derby Beer Festival on Saturday.In addition to the Run for the Roses, Santa Anita will offer fans a full card of live Thoroughbred action. Admission to the KROQ Beer Festival will start in the Infield at 12 noon. Approximate post time for the Kentucky Derby is 3:40 p.m. PDT. For those wishing to spend Derby Day on the Trackside Apron, Santa Anita in partnership with KROQ will offer a Kentucky Derby Trackside Package that includes Club House admission, a drink voucher (must be 21 or over), a racing program and tip sheet, access to Trackside and reserved Grandstand seating areas and an American Pharoah Tote Bag. For more information on the Derby Day KROQ Beer Festival or to purchase tickets online, please visit santaanita.com/events. ESPINOZA HOPES TRIPLE CROWN RUN CONTINUESHOLLENDORFER: TWO FOR THE MONEY IN SENORITADERBY IS PARTY TIME AT THE GREAT RACE PLACEFREE SHUTTLE SERVICE FOR FANS AT SANTA ANITA Fernando Perez20320222710%34%$1,135,407 ESPINOZA’S FOCUS IS ON DERBY, CALIFORNIA CHROME Victor Espinoza will attempt to win a Triple Crown race for the sixth time from his last seven rides when he pilots Whitmore for trainer Ron Moquett in Saturday’s Kentucky Derby.“I don’t know much about the horse except from what I’ve seen watching replays of all his races,” said Espinoza, who will be aboard the son of Pleasantly Perfect for the first time in the 142nd Run for the Roses.“The last couple times, he had trouble, especially the last race. Probably 20 or 30 yards out of the gate, he got squeezed and clipped heels with another horse.“I thought it was very encouraging because he still ran big and finished third after what happened early in the race. Hopefully, everything goes OK and he can improve for the Derby.“Even though I won five of the last six Triple Crown races, I’m still looking forward to winning the next one. If this horse gets a nice, clean trip, I have a lot of confidence in him.”As to not being elected to the Hall of Fame this year, Espinoza was philosophical about missing the Final Four.“I’m not disappointed because it’s not in my control,” he said. “If it was, and I made a mistake, I’d be disappointed, but the voters decide on who they want.”In addition to the Kentucky Derby, Espinoza is anticipating a reunion with 2014 Horse of the Year California Chrome, who enjoyed a month of R&R at Taylor Made Farm in Kentucky after capturing the $10 million Dubai World Cup, slipped saddle and all, on March 26.California Chrome arrived at his Los Alamitos headquarters last Sunday to begin training for future races, which are expected to include the Grade II San Diego on July 23, the Grade I Pacific Classic on Aug. 20, the Grade I Awesome Again on Sept. 31 and, fingers crossed, the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic at The Great Race Place on Nov. 5.“So far, so good,” Espinoza said.The 20-horse lineup for the 142nd Kentucky Derby: Trojan Nation, Aaron Gryder, 50-1; Suddenbreakingnews, Luis Quinonez, 20-1; Creator, Ricardo Santana Jr., 10-1; Mo Tom, Corey Lanerie, 20-1; Gun Runner, Florent Geroux, 10-1; My Man Sam, Irad Ortiz Jr., 20-1; Oscar Nominated, Julien Leparoux, 20-1; Lani, Yukata Take, 30-1; Destin, Javier Castellano, 15-1; Whitmore, Victor Espinoza, 20-1; Exaggerator, Kent Desormeaux, 8-1; Tom’s Ready, Brian Hernandez Jr., 30-1; Nyquist, Mario Gutierrez, 3-1; Mohaymen, Junior Alvarado, 10-1; Outwork, John Velazquez, 15-1; Shagaf, Joel Rosario, 20-1; Mor Spirit, Gary Stevens, 12-1; Majesto, Emisael Jaramillo, 30-1; Brody’s Cause, Luis Saez, 12-1; and Danzing Candy, Mike Smith, 15-1. JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won David Lopez19326172513%35%$849,666 Santa Anita Winter Meet Final Standings, Dec. 26, 2015 – April 10, 2016 Flavien Prat29351554517%52%$3,177,251 Tyler Baze31037494912%44%$1,905,384 Santiago Gonzalez26947343317%42%$1,898,601 Edwin Maldonado21344222221%41%$1,428,025 Peter Miller15023152215%40%$925,630 Rafael Bejarano31974583623%53%$3,527,071 HOLLENDORFER HAS FRESH HORSE FOR SENORITAJerry Hollendorfer has two for the money in Saturday’s Grade III Senorita Stakes for three-year-old fillies at a mile on turf, Kiss N Scat and Stays in Vegas.Kiss N Scat won the California Oaks on Golden Gate’s synthetic Tapeta course Feb. 6, but two subsequent starts on wet grass courses at Santa Anita were disappointing, despite troubled trips.Stays in Vegas won two restricted turf stakes prior to running second in the Grade I Starlet at Los Alamitos in her most recent start on Dec. 12.“She got freshened up and we got her ready at Golden Gate,” Hollendorfer said of Stays in Vegas, a chestnut daughter of City Zip. “It looks like she’s ready to go.”The field for the Senorita, race nine of 11 with a first post time of 12 noon: Fourth Watch, Joe Talamo, 12-1; Mirage, Alonso Quinonez, 12-1; Decked Out, Edwin Maldonado, 5-2; Kiss N Scat, Martin Garcia, 15-1; Sheeza Milky Way, Santiago Gonzalez, 12-1; Swift Lady, Rafael Bejarano, 3-1; Be Mine, Tyler Baze, 7-2; Compel, Brice Blanc, 20-1; and Stays in Vegas, Alex Solis, 7-2. Kent Desormeaux15826292516%51%$2,550,479 Mario Gutierrez19222342511%42%$1,353,459 Joseph Talamo27534283512%35%$2,304,393 FINISH LINES: Santa Anita morning line oddsmaker Jon White has come up with this Kentucky Derby trivia question: “Only one Kentucky Derby winner that went on to be voted an Eclipse Award as champion three-year-old male was never favored in any of his career starts. Who was it?” . . . Trainer Ron Ellis expects to have crack sprinter Masochistic back in serious training soon. “He’s just starting back,” Ellis said of the winner of the Grade I Triple Bend and the Grade II Kona Gold. “He had a fracture in a hind cannon bone. He didn’t need any surgery, so he should be all right. He was out three months. He worked a quarter the other day but he’ll probably get his first recorded work on Sunday.” . . . Ron McAnally has San Juan Capistrano winner Quick Casablanca ticketed for the Grade II Charles Whittingham Stakes at a mile and a quarter on turf May 29 . . . Santa Anita offers a $300,000 guaranteed Late Pick 4 pool every weekend during the Spring Meet, and a $500,000 guaranteed Late Pick 4 and a $100,000 guaranteed Pick 6 Saturday and Sunday . . . Daily Racing Form handicapper Brad Free will be Tom Quigley‘s guest Saturday at 10:50 a.m. in the East Paddock Gardens . . . Trivia answer: I’ll Have Another, the Derby winner in 2012 trained by Doug O’Neill for J. Paul Reddam, who send out unbeaten favorite Nyquist on Saturday. TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Jerry Hollendorfer15926161816%38%$2,038,048 Philip D’Amato17041252824%55%$2,133,810 Bob Baffert11323191920%54%$1,900,075 Richard Baltas13722221616%44%$1,533,209