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Coming up on News 7-
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It was built to honor D-Day -- today thousands gather at Bedford's D-Day Memorial to remember the event 60-years later.
A local man who worked with former President Ronald Reagan talks about his death. And J-Lo ties the knot on the down low.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]

Plus don't put away those umbrellas. News 7 is next.

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((AMERICA HONORS ALL THE LIBERATORS WHO FOUGHT HERE IN THE NOBLEST OF CAUSES AND AMERICA WOULD DO IT AGAIN FOR OUR FRIENDS. MAY GOD BLESS YOU..))
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[OUT Q=May God bless you (applause).]
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The world remembers those who gave their lives, and those who gave their youth in one of the greatest military assaults in history.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

[D-Day-60th]


[ANCHOR=Myranda]
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People all over the world paused to remember the 60th anniversary of the D- Day invasion of Normanday today. An estimated four- thousand attended a ceremony at the National D-Day Memorial.
Jennifer Wishon has more from Bedford.
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[SUPER=01-Sam Rosso/World War II Veteran; 1:38]
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[D-Day]


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President Bush, French President *Jacques Chirac*, and Russian President Vladmir Putin set aside their diplomatic differences today, to mark 60 years of shared values cemented on D-Day. The anniversary ceremonies took place in Normandy, and for the first time, Germany's leader took part.
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[SUPER=03-Normandy, France;]

Still in step and in charge -- D-Day vets proudly opened anniversary ceremonies.
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((AMERICA HONORS ALL THE LIBERATORS WHO FOUGHT HERE IN THE NOBLEST OF CAUSES. AND AMERICA WOULD DO IT AGAIN FOR OUR FRIENDS.))
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Diplomatic differences aside, world leaders thanked those who carried out one of the most decisive military battles of all time.
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[Wx-D-Day]


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Much is known about the strategic and personal stories of the D-Day invasion, one of the most important battles of World War II depended on the weather, something no one could control.
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[OUT Q=...changing the course of history.]

((MILITARY OFFICIALS NEEDED LOW TIDES AND GOOD VISIBILITY FOR A SUCCESSFUL ATTACK. WEATHER FORECASTERS CHOSE TWO SEPARATE WEEKS WHEN MOON AND TIDES WERE JUST RIGHT, JUNE 5-7 AND JUNE 17-18. FINAL PREPARATIONS WERE MADE FOR A JUNE 5TH ATTACK, BUT A COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH THE ENGLISH CHANNEL CREATING HIGH WINDS AND DANGEROUS SURF. D-DAY WAS POSTPONED. A NAVY VESSEL OUT AT SEA REPORTED A RAPID RISE IN PRESSURE. FOR FORECASTERS IT MEANT IMPROVING WEATHER AND FOR MILITARY OFFICIALS A BRIEF WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY. AT DAWN ON JUNE 6TH, PRESIDENT EISENHOUR LAUNCHED THE ATTACK. HAD THE MILITARY WAITED UNTIL THE ALTERNATE DATE OF JUNE 17TH, THEY WOULD HAVE RUN INTO ONE OF THE WORST JUNE STORMS EVER TO HIT THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. POSSIBLY CHANGING THE COURSE OF HISTORY.))

[Reagan-Reaction]


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An estimated 100-thousand people are expected to visit the U-S Capitol Rotunda in Washington, to pay their respects to former President Ronald Reagan. Drew Levison has more on the way "The Gipper" affected the nation and its people.
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((He was called the Great communicator---and hundreds of his admirers flocked to Southern California to communicate the

ir feelings about him.
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RONALD REAGAN IS MY HERO AND PROBABLY THE BEST PRESIDENT THIS COUNTRY WILL EVER HAVE.' At an ever growing memorial at a Santa Monica funeral home people left flags, flowers and other mementos to honor former President Ronald Reagan. the 40th President died Saturday afternoon after a decade long battle with Alzheimers.
(SOT JOANNE DRAKE/REAGAN FAMILY SPOKESPERSON)

"I CAN TELL YOU MOST CERTAINLY THAT WHILE IT IS AN EXTREMELY SAD TIME FOR MRS. REAGAN, THERE IS DEFINITELY A SENSE OF RELIEF HE IS NO LONGER SUFFERING AND THAT HE HAS GONE TO A BETTER PLACE."
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MR. REAGAN'S BODY WILL BE MOVED FROM HERE TO HIS LIBRARY ON MONDAY AND THE PUBLIC WILL BE ALLOWED TO VISIT. HE'LL THEN LIE IN STATE AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL AND THE FUNERAL WILL BE FRIDAY. President Bush has designated Friday a national day of mourning...already flags across Washington and the country are at half-staff. In his childhood home of Dixon, Illinois, Reagan was remembered in prayer.
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Back in his beloved California his fans say President Reagan's legacy will live on.
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"HE'S DONE MANY GREAT THINGS FOR THE WORLD." And now the world will spend the next week remembering. Drew Levinson, CBS, News, Santa Monica, CA.))

[Rke-Reagan]


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A political science professor at Hollins University is one of many remembering President Reagan's life.
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Ed Lynch worked for Reagan as a consultant on Central America during the early 80s, and still has lasting impressions of the former president.
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((ED LYNCH/CHAIR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE:THE PRESIDENCY HAD NO IMPACT ON THIS MANS PERSONALITY. HE WAS THE SAME PERSON IN THE WHITE HOUSE THAT HE WAS BEFORE HE EVER THOUGHT ABOUT POLITICAL OFFICE.))
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[OUT Q=about political office.]
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President Reagan is remembered as a communicator and a liberator. LYNCH remembers him simply as an American.
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((ED LYNCH/CHAIR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE:I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HIM AS A CONSUMMATE AMERICAN DOING A JOB THAT HE KNEW WAS IMPORTANT, DOING IT WITH GREAT CONFIDENCE, AND NEVER WITH A SHRED OF ARROGANCE.))
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Lynch switched political parties during the two years he worked for President Reagan. He attributes that to the former president's influence.

[Local-Reagan]


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State officials are also taking time to remember Reagan.
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At today's D-Day ceremonies in Bedford, Senator George Allen and Congressman Bob Goodlatte both called Reagan an outstanding leader who had a tremendous impact on the country and the world.
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((CONGRESSMAN BOB GOODLATTE: HE WAS SOMEBODY WHO RESTORED OUR COUNTRY IN MANY MANY WAYS, NOT ONLY AS THE GREAT COMMUNICATOR, BUT IN SOME REAL SUBSIDIVE THINGS - REBUILDING OUR MILITARY TO FACE DOWN COMMUNISM, REBUILDING OUR ECONOMY BY CUTTING TAXES AND MAKING SURE THAT FREE ENTERPRISE SYSTEM SURVIVED)) ((SEN. GEORGE ALLEN/(R) VIRGINIA: WE ARE MORE PROSPEROUS, THE WORLD IS MORE PROSPEROUS, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, THE REASON FOR PROSPERITY IS THE ADVANCEMENT OF FREEDOM AND RONALD REAGAN WAS THE KEY LEADER IN THAT ADVANCEMENT OF FREEDOM.))
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Allen also credited Reagan with freeing millions of people in eastern Europe who had been under communist oppression.


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Still to come on the newscast, a strange kidnapping of a child who wasn't even born at the time of the crime.
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and also, wildfires once again scorch thousands of acres, threatening homes in California.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, the Cavaliers get ousted from the NCAA baseball tourney, Mark Martin survives the Monster Mile for his first win in 72 races, and Steve Mason hits the links in Amherst. Plus, the Big Easy wins Jack's Tournament at Muirfield. All that and more on the way in sports.))

[Rockbridge-Fatal]


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A Rockbridge County man was injured and his teenage brother killed in what police believe was an alcohol related accident.
Police say 19 year old Michael Elwood Hartless, Junior of VESUVIUS was driving his pickup truck on Route 608 around 9:15 last night when he lost control, ran off the road and overturned several times.
His 16 year old brother, Lawrence Edward Hartless, died at the scene.
Michael was treated and released from the hospital. Neither were wearing a seat belt.
Michael is charged with driving under the influence.

[Iraq]


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Top members of the Bush administration say they're confident Iraq's transfer of power will be soon pass on.
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Speaking on "Fox News Sunday'' from France, National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice said while some drafting matters remain, she's confident an agreement can be reached by all Security Council members in the next few days.
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((THE STRONGEST MESSAGE THAT COULD BE SENT TO THEM IS A UNIFIED MESSAGE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY, THAT THIS GOVERNMENT IS SUPPORTED, THE MULTINATIONAL FORCES SUPPORT IT, AND IRAQ'S FUTURE IS WELL ON ITS WAY. THAT'S WHY IT'S IMPORTANT TO HAVE A SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION. AND I HAVE NO REASON TO BELIEVE THAT WE'RE NOT GOING TO VERY SHORTLY))
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In a separate interview on C-B-S's "Face the Nation," Secretary of State Colin Powell said he's encouraged by the international community's willingness to set aside sharp differences over the war -- and work together to support the new government in Iraq.
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[Unborn-Abduction]


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A Columbian woman has been arrested for kidnapping an UNBORN baby.
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The woman allegedly drugged a pregnant woman at a health clinic, and then led her to a nearby house, where she cut open her womb with a kitchen knife. Left for dead, the mother was able to crawl from the house to find help before losing consciousness. Columbia authorities later arrested the alleged kidnapper and recovered the eight-month developed baby -- who is now in the hospital with his mother. The suspect told police the baby was hers.
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[SoCal-Fires]


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The summer months usually mean wildfires in Southern California, and this year is no different.
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More than six thousand acres have burned since yesterday. Hundreds of homes are evacuated near Santa Barbara where a wildfire has closed a stretch of the highway and is threatening two oil refineries. Officials say the fire is only two miles from former President Ronald Regan's, Rancho del Cielo (RAN-cho DEL cee-AY-lo), but the house itself is in little danger because it has advance fire suppression systems to protect it from brush fires.
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[J-Lo]


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It's back down the wedding aisle for actress and singer Jennifer Lopez.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape;]

Lopez reportedly married her boyfriend, Latin singer, Marc Anthony in a small ceremony Saturday at her home. It's the third time around for Lopez. Anthony just divorced his wife, former Miss Universe Dayanara Torres last week in the Dominican Republic. The Lopez-Anthony relationship has been much more low-key than Lopez's engagement to Ben Affleck, which ended just six months ago.
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Still to come on the newscast, a long running Roanoke tradition wraps up for another year, we'll tell you whether organizers think it was a success. And...
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think you can saw logs with the best of them? We'll tell you why these folks are catching some Z's in public in just a little bit.
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[NICU-Party]


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One park in the Roanoke Valley was home to a different sort of graduation today.
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One year olds, their parents, and families with former graduates from Carilion's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit celebrated a special birthday party in Vinton. The annual event is held for the parents of children who were born prematurely or in need of special attention, who now have a healthy one year old son or daughter thanks to the N-I-C-U.
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((CHRISTINA NIMMO/MOTHER OF GRADUATE:THREE AND A HALF MONTHS YOU LIVE WITH THESE PEOPLE, YOU BREATHE WITH THEM, YOU GET UP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT AND GO TO THE HOSPITAL AND YOU SEE THEM. SO THEY'RE PART OF YOUR FAMILY, I TELL EVERYBODY THAT WE WENT THROUGH WITHDRAWALS WHEN WE GOT HOME BECAUSE WE DIDN'T HAVE ALL THESE PEOPLE AROUND US.))
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[OUT Q=all these people around us.]
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Games, cake, and other fun activities kept the children busy while parents were able to reunite with the nurses that helped them through their turbulent new born year.
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[Poker-Run]


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Normally a ride on your motorcycle wouldn't include a game of poker. But in Salem, riders across the region had just that opportunity.
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Law enforcement agencies from around the region hosted its annual poker run today. The event was held to raise money for the Special Olympics. This was only the second year of the poker run. However, the officers are expecting to raise more than double what was brought in last year. The event was part of a national effort known as the Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics. Virginia alone will donate around 700-thousand dollars this year.
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[Festival-Park]


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A Roanoke Valley tradition has packed up its bags for another year.
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The 35th annual Festival in the Park celebration wrapped up tonight. Thousands gathered in Elmwood Park to take in the sounds of the Dave Matthews Cover Band. Organizers say they are pleased with how this year's festival turned out. Weather washed away much of last year's festivities.
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Coming up, Mark Martin wins a wild MBNA 400 at Dover, Uva's baseball season comes to a close, and a tour of the newest golf course in Amherst, but first tonight's extra point,
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[SUPER=03-Cincinnati, OH/Fox-OH; :00]


The Reds Ken Griffey, Junior homered not once but twice this afternoon, number 497 and 498 for his career. Cincinnati rallied with three runs in the ninth to beat the Expos 6-5. Griffey now has 50 multi homer games.
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[S-UVA]


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The most successful season in UVA baseball history has come to a close tonight in Charlottesville after the Cavs bowed out of the NCAA regional.
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[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Tigers vs. Cavaliers; :00]


The day started off well enough for the Hoos against Princeton as Joe Koshansky lined an RBI single to right good for his 67th run batted in this season, which set a new school record.
The Cavs were up 7-nothing by the 5th and,
starting pitcher Matt Avery did the rest, going the distance,
[SUPER=34-Princeton/0/Virginia/9/;]

giving up just 4 hits and striking out 7 as UVA won it 9 to nothing.
UVA then faced Vanderbilt in another elimination game.
Matt Street's sac fly to right field in the bottom of the first scored Ryan Zimmerman for a 3-all tie, but it was all Commodores from there.
[SUPER=34-Vanderbilt/7/Virginia/3/;]

Vandy outscored Virginia 4-nothing the rest of the way to win it 7-3, ending UVA's season with 44 wins and 15 losses.
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[SUPER=01-Brian O'Connor/UVA Head Coach; :05]
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[OUT Q=all year and today."]
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[S-Race]


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Mark Martin survived a rash of wrecks and got a huge break in ending a long losing streak today in the MBNA 400 at Dover.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Dover, DE/FX; :00]


Early on, Elliott Sadler got the nudge from Kurt Busch and scooted up the banking and into Brendan Gaughan to bring out the day's second caution.
With just over 50 laps remaining, following a restart Dave Blaney clipped Michael Waltrip who was a lap down, triggering a 19 car pileup. Blaney's Dodge spun into turn 3 damaging plenty of racecars and even more egos. The race was red flagged for nearly 20 minutes.
Kasey Kahne appeared headed for his first career victory but the rookie ran thru an oil slick laid down by the car of Casey Mears with just 18 laps to go ending his shot at the historic win.
That handed the victory to Martin who held off Tony Stewart for the checkers.
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[S-Snead]


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Sam Snead may be gone but his legacy lives on in Amherst with his final golf course design at Poplar Grove. Steve Mason hits the links on the course that opened on May 29th.
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[OUT Q=........News 7 sports"]

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[WIPE TO ENG!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Dublin, OH/The Memorial; :00]


Ernie Els tuned up for the US Open in two weeks by winning the Memorial today at Muirfield. Els outdueled Tiger Woods and Freddie Couples on the back nine today, firing a final round 6-under 66 to win by two shots at 17-under.
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[S-VHSL]


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The Blacksburg Bruins won another Regional soccer title tonight, but not without a fight from Jefferson Forest. The Cavaliers led Blacksburg 2-nothing within the first 20 minutes at Bill Brown Stadium. But the Bruins rallied for a 3-2 win and will now host Graham in one state quarterfinal on Tuesday night. JF will hit the road for Martinsville.

[Snoring-Contest]


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Not too many people actually like to admit that they snore -- and they definitely aren't proud of doing it in public.

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[NATS OF SNORING IN @ :04]
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[SUPER=03-Bloomington, MN;]
Not the case, though, for some folks in Bloomington, Minnesota, where folks took part in a snoring CONTEST at one hote

l. Participants gathered in the lobby of the hotel and got comfy on a featherbed that the hotel says it will place in all of its rooms, which are being renovated. The prize for winning the snoring contest was a queen-sized featherbed.
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