Who is the AEGEE mem­ber of the year 2017? Which anten­na, which project was the best? What were the high­lights of the year? And what will 2018 bring? The Gold­en Times asked more than 80 local­ly or Euro­pean­ly active mem­bers. In this 11th edi­tion of the AEGEE-Europe review: read what Mari­na Klan­jčić, Pablo Her­nan­dez, Karoli­na Lapczyk, Kari­na Khais­aro­va, Bor­ja Tor­res and Stel­la Krok­ou said.

Mari­na (sec­ond from right) dur­ing the Ago­ra Fair in Cata­nia.

Marina Klanjčić, Network Commissioner, Liaison Officer towards BEST, Advisor of AEGEE-Zagreb

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Mari­na Klan­jčić: Since 2017 was a real­ly mem­o­rable AEGEE year for me, there were many high­lights to men­tion. EPM Zagreb is the most per­son­al one! Espe­cial­ly the open­ing and clos­ing cer­e­mo­ny, not just because I had to make a speech, but also because while the EPM was hap­pen­ing, I was deal­ing with seri­ous life sit­u­a­tions out­side AEGEE, so I was over­whelmed with emo­tions and expe­ri­enc­ing the most intense days of my life! My sec­ond high­light was speak­ing in front of the Ago­ra in Enschede about struc­tur­al changes in AEGEE while real­is­ing many mem­bers have the same feel­ing and real­ly want the change to hap­pen! Next thing I am real­ly grate­ful for is being elect­ed as a Net­com­mie in Enschede with a big major­i­ty of the votes! I still hope I will man­age to live up to the expec­ta­tions! In addi­tion to that, I have to men­tion my first Net­work Meet­ing in Ban­ja Luka. And final­ly, fin­ish­ing my term as a pres­i­dent of my own local one month ago with a huge num­ber of new­ly recruit­ed mem­bers and a great new board — I couldn’t have end­ed my pres­i­den­cy bet­ter! What a year!
Which mem­o­rable moments of AEGEE-Europe in gen­er­al in 2017 do you remem­ber most vivid­ly or was out­stand­ing?
Apart from every moment dur­ing EPM Zagreb, I have to men­tion see­ing the pro­mo video of a final­ly the­mat­ic Ago­ra in Kraków dur­ing the Ago­ra Cata­nia and being pos­i­tive­ly shocked and extreme­ly proud of this organ­i­sa­tion! My first com­ment was: final­ly, this is what AEGEE is real­ly about!
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
AEGEE has many out­stand­ing mem­bers each year, but this year marked a turn­ing point for me while think­ing about AEGEE, so I will men­tion just one mem­ber: Réka Sala­m­on. Every­one who attend­ed Ago­ra Enschede will under­stand why, but if some­one still doesn’t under­stand why and won­ders, just ask your­self if you would ever make such a sac­ri­fice for an NGO and keep stand­ing still dur­ing Ago­ra Enschede. Thank you Réka!
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
Again, there were many out­stand­ing anten­nae in 2017, but AEGEE has only three statu­to­ry events per year, and every­one who ever organ­ised an Ago­ra or an EPM knows what I am talk­ing about. Thank you to AEGEE-Enschede and AEGEE-Cata­nia for the amaz­ing job in han­dling the Ago­ras. AEGEE-Zagreb made the EPM pos­si­ble in the moment when there was no light at the end of the tun­nel, so once more I want to express my grat­i­tude to every­one involved in the EPM organ­i­sa­tion, start­ing from CD54 to the con­tent team, but espe­cial­ly to the core team one can only imag­ine: Vice-Coor­di­na­tor Vin­ka Suhin, HR Coor­di­na­tor Nika Krn­jak, FR Coor­di­na­tor Ves­na Mag­jare­vić, PR Coor­di­na­tor Tomis­lav Popović, Logis­tics Coor­di­na­tor Dominik Vukošić, Incom­ing Respon­si­ble Andrea Završ­ki, Con­tent Team Respon­si­ble Ana Drmić, EPM post-trip Respon­si­ble Ana Per­ić, Open­ing Cer­e­mo­ny Respon­si­ble Hrvo­je Kor­bar, the cre­ator of the EPM Zagreb idea Zvon­imir Can­ju­ga and out of this world helpers from all our Europe — with a spe­cial thanks to amaz­ing Dominic Dimi­an, Sven­ja Kup­ke, Fab­rizio Bel­li­cano and Patxi Isas­ti Otero. We made it, be proud and thank you!
What was for you the out­stand­ing Euro­pean project, work­ing group or inter­est group in 2017?
Europe on Track is to blame for this one. I remem­ber see­ing the pro­mo video for the fifth edi­tion at the Ago­ra Cata­nia, and I was like “Woah, this is huge!” It is amaz­ing how this project devel­oped through­out the years and I fore­see this edi­tion as the most impact­ful one! Hope­ful­ly, it will get a mean­ing­ful recog­ni­tion from the insti­tu­tions and munic­i­pal­i­ties in Europe. Also, I real­ly have to break the rules and men­tion the MyAEGEE heroes! We are noth­ing with­out you and thank you for all the hard work on the new AEGEE Intranet! Much love to my dear I-don’t-care-about-how-I-look-during-Agora Fab­rizio!
What do you fore­see as high­light or the big top­ic in AEGEE in 2018?
Major changes! A ful­ly the­mat­ic AEGEE, focused on hav­ing a big impact on the soci­ety while at the same time, being rec­og­nized as the best organ­i­sa­tion for self-devel­op­ment of an indi­vid­ual — of course, with the well-known amaz­ing fun part along the way! Just wait for Ago­ra Kraków! Not to men­tion that I also believe Ago­ra Istan­bul will be a sig­nif­i­cant event in the his­to­ry of our organ­i­sa­tion!
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
I strive for con­nect­ing, sup­port­ing and devel­op­ing all the locals in the “Baldria” dis­tri­b­u­tion area until the end of my Net­com term in May, as well as mak­ing the bond with BEST even stronger as the Liai­son Offi­cer until Octo­ber. In Zagreb, I will coor­di­nate Europe on Track, which I very much look for­ward to since I am strong­ly con­nect­ed to this years’ top­ic. The stop in Zagreb will be a big­ger event than usu­al, with an aim to reach out to the larg­er audi­ence and hope­ful­ly, hav­ing a valu­able impact on the soci­ety! One more thing that I real­ly look for­ward to is being avail­able to locals as a train­er since just recent­ly, I attend­ed a TNT by EGEA and became an offi­cial train­er after two years of non-offi­cial deliv­er­ing. After my terms end, I will focus entire­ly on devel­op­ing my skills and deliv­er­ing train­ings and I have to men­tion that I would like to see and attend an advanced Train­ing for Train­ers in AEGEE since I am sure there is a real­ly large audi­ence for it at the moment!
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
Away from the key­board and AEGEE! Sor­ry, not sor­ry!

 

Pablo Hernández, AEGEE-Alicante and AEGEE-Thessaloniki. Project manager of the AEGEE Day

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Pablo Hernán­dez: My per­son­al AEGEE high­light has been the Net­work Meet­ing Ali­cante. Both the con­tent and the organ­i­sa­tion of the event were won­der­ful. It was my 11th NWM and they man­aged to make me feel I was dis­cov­er­ing some­thing com­plete­ly new. I will also remem­ber this event for­ev­er as they made me hon­orary mem­ber of AEGEE-Ali­cante.
Which mem­o­rable moments of AEGEE-Europe in gen­er­al in 2017 do you remem­ber most vivid­ly or was out­stand­ing?
Ago­ra Enschede is what I will remem­ber the most of 2017. Apart from the soup and meat­balls, I think there was a great organ­i­sa­tion plus many things hap­pened dur­ing it with all the elec­tion ten­sions and all the action every spring Ago­ra brings.
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
Celia Riveres. She has been giv­ing an insane amount of ener­gy, love and ded­i­ca­tion to AEGEE. Every­one who has worked with her know how she makes things easy, so every­body can deliv­er the best of them­selves. Ele­na Agul­ló. She is a ris­ing star. She brings colour to every­thing she does and man­ages to per­form amaz­ing­ly with­out los­ing a smile on her face. Maria Balles­teros. It’s the sec­ond year I nom­i­nate her and it’s because she is just amaz­ing. Her vision and her reflec­tion capa­bil­i­ties are total­ly out­stand­ing, plus the time she has ded­i­cat­ed to AEGEE is price­less.
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
AEGEE-Ali­cante. This new gen­er­a­tion is total­ly beat­ing what the pre­vi­ous gen­er­a­tions achieved and the NWM is a clear exam­ple of how amaz­ing they are.
What was for you the out­stand­ing Euro­pean project, work­ing group or inter­est group in 2017?
Europe on Track. It’s the most impact­ful project and they man­aged to attract a lot of atten­tion.
What do you fore­see as high­light or the big top­ic in AEGEE in 2018?
I think the AEGEE Day will be again one of the high­lights of the year. We are prepar­ing a lot of sur­pris­es. This year we have a more defined top­ic which is called Step­ping Stones, focused on Youth Devel­op­ment. I expect great out­comes from it.
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
The AEGEE Day project will be my pri­or­i­ty num­ber one, but I am also strong­ly con­sid­er­ing join­ing the Acad­e­my.
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
I will go with some AEGEE friends to spend some days in Lviv.

 

Karolina Lapczyk, Coordinator of the Spring Agora Kraków 2018

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Karoli­na Lapczyk: It won’t be sur­pris­ing if I say that the whole sit­u­a­tion con­nect­ed with the Ago­ra in Kraków was my per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017. Through­out the year there were sit­u­a­tions which led me to this point where I am now.  I remem­ber the first talks about the idea of host­ing an Ago­ra, I remem­ber the first approvals and first objec­tions, the open space for dis­cus­sion and demo­c­ra­t­ic vot­ing for or against. I remem­ber the announce­ment of the results in Enschede and sign­ing the con­tract in Cata­nia. The moment in which I had a chance to stand on the stage and present the Ago­ra, the idea for a top­ic and the spe­cif­ic time just after the pro­mo­tion­al movie when I saw the reac­tion of peo­ple and the smile on the faces of mem­bers of AEGEE-Kraków. I felt a strong con­vic­tion that I’m in the right time in the right place with the right peo­ple.
Which mem­o­rable moments of AEGEE-Europe in gen­er­al in 2017 do you remem­ber most vivid­ly or was out­stand­ing?
Every moment I spend with AEGEEans, my friends or new peo­ple I recog­nise as a mem­o­rable moment. Those kinds of sit­u­a­tions fill me with the thought that I am a part of a big­ger soci­ety, which brings on change, which wants to act, realis­es ideas and is not afraid of obsta­cles. A more pre­cise moment, maybe again too per­son­al, was the sit­u­a­tion when we demon­strat­ed against the sign­ing of the new law on courts and the Nation­al Court Reg­is­ter in Poland. AEGEE took action and post­ed its offi­cial sup­port on Face­book, we also got a lot of mes­sages from dif­fer­ent coun­tries in which AEGEEans wrote us many nice words, which proved me that we are one Euro­pean fam­i­ly. There were also some dis­cus­sions about AEGEE iden­ti­ty. I have a feel­ing that 2017 was an impulse for action, to change more in the next year and engage more peo­ple.
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
The first per­son who comes to my mind is Mag­da Bar­winek, the cur­rent Pres­i­dent of AEGEE-Kraków. Her ded­i­ca­tion, the abil­i­ty to find the ide­al bal­ance between hard work, pro­fes­sion­al­ism and crazy par­ty is unbe­liev­able. It’s dif­fi­cult to men­tion just one thing which was done by her because all work con­sists of every­day small or big tasks which she does as a pres­i­dent of a local. Great work Mag­da! The next per­son is Nils Barkawitz from AEGEE-Aachen, whom I’ve met this year in Kraków dur­ing a Twin Anten­nae meet­ing: Lviv and Aachen. Since that time we had a lot of pos­si­bil­i­ties to meet again at many events and I am amazed how many things can be done by one per­son. Nils is present not only in Aachen but also in Ham­burg or in dif­fer­ent organ­i­sa­tions, he helps with the events organ­ised by local author­i­ties, he just starts work and always finds time for his friends. I have nev­er heard him com­plain about the lack of time. Absolute­ly Nils is a per­son worth to emu­late. I would like men­tion more peo­ple but I know there is no place for that. I’ll just write short­ly that I look up to all mem­bers of the core team of Ago­ra Kraków, you are amaz­ing! I also want to thank Mateusz Gier­czak and Grze­gorz Górzyńs­ki – they are my sup­port every time, not only in 2017!
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
I would like to men­tion AEGEE-Budapest, which organ­ised the out­stand­ing con­fer­ence „Edu­ca­tion for the present, democ­ra­cy for the future”. Tru­ly, in my opin­ion, they did a great job, the con­fer­ence was at the high­est lev­el, and along with every­thing they bril­liant­ly took care of the par­tic­i­pants with a friend­ly atti­tude and smile on their faces. The next local is AEGEE-Aachen, they are out­stand­ing because of their over­all activ­i­ty. When you spend with them some time, you can feel the engage­ment in many aspects of AEGEE. It is amaz­ing that many expe­ri­enced mem­bers are still involved in the life of the local and cre­ate their own projects, for exam­ple, Europe at Eye Lev­el.
I would like to also men­tion every local which organ­ised a statu­to­ry event: AEGEE-Zagreb, AEGEE-Enschede and AEGEE-Cata­nia.
What do you fore­see as high­light or the big top­ic in AEGEE in 2018?
In 2018 we will strong­ly focus on the exact way of action. In the whole Europe, we can observe some cri­sis, in every coun­try a dif­fer­ent one. It’s the rea­son why we as young cit­i­zens of Europe must show our uni­ty and coop­er­a­tion as an exam­ple for oth­ers that only togeth­er we can cre­ate a peace­ful future. Sure­ly, we will face a lot of obsta­cles but I know every one of us is aware how impor­tant our projects about civic edu­ca­tion is.
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
My per­son­al plans are to organ­ise a great the­mat­ic Ago­ra, which will have a true influ­ence on the soci­ety, not only in AEGEE but also out­side our organ­i­sa­tion. We plan to pre­pare some extra actions but for now it is a small secret and sur­prise for you… If you want to know more, please fol­low our Face­book page. And after Ago­ra — who knows, maybe the next project?
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
I don’t know yet, I have a few options, so I think I’ll choose dur­ing Christ­mas time.

 

Karina Khaisarova, President of AEGEE-Kyiv and Audit Comission, AEGEE-Kyiv member

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Kari­na Khais­aro­va: I can’t think of just one per­son­al high­light for 2017. A lots of things hap­pened and they were most­ly huge for my AEGEEni­verse, like becom­ing two-time Pres­i­dent or orga­niz­ing an SU.
Which mem­o­rable moments of AEGEE-Europe in gen­er­al in 2017 do you remem­ber most vivid­ly or was out­stand­ing?
In 2017 I was Ago­ra del­e­gate for the first time, so the most out­stand­ing thing was attend­ing it.
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
First­ly, and not because she is my friend, but because the work she’s done is as hard as incred­i­ble: Oksana Prokopchenko, founder of AEGEE-Sheffield. No need even to explain why. There are lots of those whom I admire but con­tin­u­ing that list would take too long. I might just say that a big part of them live in my coun­try and are mem­bers of AEGEE-Kyiv.
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
What can be more out­stand­ing then ris­ing from ash­es? AEGEE-Odessa, def­i­nite­ly.
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
As now I am a dou­ble Pres­i­dent: becom­ing a good one will be the most impor­tant for me.
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
The uni­verse is fun­ny in this sense. I was sup­posed to work on the 31 Decem­ber and then my moth­er decid­ed to come from my home town to spend some time with me. The very day she bought tick­ets, my com­pa­ny decid­ed to switch shifts and I got a free night! So now I can’t imag­ine where I might end up cel­e­brat­ing; I am plan­ning to make some­thing big for my mom!

 

Borja Torres Fuentes, Subcommissioner of the Network Commission, Action Agenda Coordination Committee, AEGEE-Bilbao

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Bor­ja Tor­res Fuentes: The best time I have lived in AEGEE this year was the EPM Zagreb 2017. In this event I had the oppor­tu­ni­ty to be part of the super team of ACTies 2016–17 and col­lab­o­rate in many activ­i­ties that were devel­oped in these five won­der­ful days. Anoth­er moment that I feel most proud of was the orga­ni­za­tion of the Net­work Meet­ing in Bil­bao. We had the oppor­tu­ni­ty to involve many new mem­bers in the anten­na. It was the first step of a gen­er­a­tional change of this anten­na, which evolves per­fect­ly and makes it one of the anten­nae with the biggest poten­tial in our asso­ci­a­tion.
Which mem­o­rable moments of AEGEE-Europe in gen­er­al in 2017 do you remem­ber most vivid­ly or was out­stand­ing?
The new strate­gic plan has been a key fac­tor in our asso­ci­a­tion. We have a roadmap to fol­low dur­ing the next three years that will help us achieve many goals and new oppor­tu­ni­ties.
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
Ale­jan­dra Piot from AEGEE-Coruña has been one of the best AEGEEans in this year. She is a hard-work­ing per­son and always works in an active, vol­un­tary and respon­si­ble way for this asso­ci­a­tion. Adrián Guer­rero from AEGEE-León: I believe he is a per­son with a lot of poten­tial. This year he showed his moti­va­tion; I think that he has acquired enough expe­ri­ence for the future in this asso­ci­a­tion. Also Celia Riveres from AEGEE-Zaragoza is out­stand­ing, there is no doubt. I start­ed work­ing with her through­out this year and I only regret not hav­ing begun work­ing with her before. She is orga­nized, respon­si­ble, self-crit­i­cal and proac­tive. I place a lot of hopes on her, as she starts her term as a new Net­com­mie. I know her ideas and I hope to being able to help her to cre­ate new projects.
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
AEGEE-Mala­ga is undoubt­ed­ly one of the best exam­ples of our asso­ci­a­tion. They start­ed from noth­ing and are evolv­ing in a sur­pris­ing way and with very inter­est­ing ideas. The way in which they con­tact dif­fer­ent locals to improve their own oper­a­tion and share their best prac­tices seems very inter­est­ing to me and is some­thing of which many of us should learn.
What was for you the out­stand­ing Euro­pean project, work­ing group or inter­est group in 2017?
From my point of view, the Civic Edu­ca­tion Work­ing Group has been the most out­stand­ing Euro­pean body. Activ­i­ties such as the debate in the EPM, the ECI com­pe­ti­tion and many oth­ers have been projects that had a great impact in AEGEE. In addi­tion, Europe on Track has worked active­ly in recent months, pro­mot­ing some very inter­est­ing top­ics that can help us to make our asso­ci­a­tion even more vis­i­ble. I have many expec­ta­tions placed on them!
What do you fore­see as high­light or the big top­ic in AEGEE in 2018?
It has been debat­ed if we should ded­i­cate more time and effort to the the­mat­ic part in AEGEE. I think that it is impor­tant not to lose our iden­ti­ty and con­tin­ue fight­ing for the pur­pos­es that our asso­ci­a­tion strives. There­fore, I believe that a new par­a­digm is about to be opened, where the way in which we will include all these new the­mat­ic ini­tia­tives will be debat­ed. Let’s fight for it!
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
This Sep­tem­ber I have begun to work in a more exhaus­tive way than oth­er years. Due to this, I won’t have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to be able to work enough for AEGEE as I would like. I will try to focus my atten­tion on help­ing main­ly as sub­com­mis­sion­er of the Net­work Com­mis­sion, being the main inter­locu­tor between AEGEE and youth coun­cils, advis­ing AEGEE-Bil­bao as Board Advi­sor and help­ing also AEGEE-Madrid.
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
Like last year, I will enjoy the end of the year in my small town lost in the north of Spain. I will share these good moments with my fam­i­ly and friends, being able to rest and dis­con­nect for a few days from the cur­rent lifestyle.

 

Stella Krokou, President of AEGEE-Thessaloniki

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Stel­la Krok­ou: 2017 start­ed with a big AEGEE chal­lenge for me as I was elect­ed Pres­i­dent of our anten­na, AEGEE-Thes­sa­loni­ki, and I set some real­ly high goals at that moment. After one pro­duc­tive year I can say that the results of our work as a board and the growth and strength­en­ing of our anten­na is my high­light for 2017. If I have to choose some­thing more per­son­al, the thing I most intense­ly enjoyed was being the main coor­di­na­tor of the spring Net­work Meet­ing Thes­sa­loni­ki “Find your Thess-aurus”, which was the best expe­ri­ence I had as an organ­is­er so far, giv­ing me the oppor­tu­ni­ty to devel­op myself in every way.
Which mem­o­rable moments of AEGEE-Europe in gen­er­al in 2017 do you remem­ber most vivid­ly or was out­stand­ing?
The moment I remem­ber most vivid­ly was the elec­tion of the new Pres­i­dent of AEGEE-Europe dur­ing Spring Ago­ra Enschede, although not for a good rea­son! On the oth­er hand, I am real­ly inter­est­ed in equal­i­ty issues, so I think that choos­ing Equal Rights as one of our four focus areas for the next peri­od made me even proud­er of our organ­i­sa­tion!
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
I will name the two peo­ple that came direct­ly to my mind. First of all, Spy­ros Papadatos from the Net­work Com­mis­sion, for his sup­port­ive, under­stand­ing and inspir­ing way and for being such a moti­vat­ed and active mem­ber involved in dif­fer­ent posi­tions and projects. Sec­ond, my “part­ner in crime”, Jor­di Gutier­rez Vene­gas from AEGEE-Barcelona, who was the main coor­di­na­tor of our crazy project Barceloni­ki, for his ded­i­ca­tion and for keep­ing such an active role on local and Euro­pean lev­el.
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
This is a dif­fi­cult one! I think AEGEE-Budapest is an anten­na that worked as an exam­ple for me this year, keep­ing not only the Euro­pean but also the local activ­i­ties on a high lev­el!
What was for you the out­stand­ing Euro­pean project, work­ing group or inter­est group in 2017?
My per­son­al favourite has always been the project Europe on Track, because it man­ages to involve so many Euro­peans, not only AEGEEans, and com­bines all the things AEGEE strives for: mobil­i­ty, active cit­i­zen­ship, Euro­pean bor­ders, edu­ca­tion, democ­ra­cy and much more. I think that the fourth edi­tion of Europe on Track was def­i­nite­ly the high­light of 2017, hav­ing a real impact! I can also say that, with such a great project team and so many inno­va­tions, Europe on Track 5 will be for sure the most out­stand­ing project of 2018, too!
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
The most impor­tant ones are that I will con­tin­ue as Pres­i­dent of our awe­some anten­na also in 2018, that I will be sub­com­mis­sion­er of Spy­ros for the “AEGE(E)AN Sea” and that I will chal­lenge myself once again being the main coor­di­na­tor of “Smart Cities: Can you hear the ECO”, the Open­ing Con­fer­ence for Europe on Track 5. P.S.: As for the sum­mer, after attend­ing the Mediter­ranean Dream, maybe it’s time to live the Transsi­ber­ian Dream at last!
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
I will be lucky enough to spend the New Year’s night here in my home­town, sur­round­ed by my favourite peo­ple!

 

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