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Michigan State Senator Goeff Hansen
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, and colleagues stand in the Senate chamber on Thursday in honor of National Skip the Straw Day, held every year on the fourth Friday in February. A student group at Whitehall Middle School known as the Coral Keepers - along with their advisor, Susan Tate - founded National Skip the Straw Day this year to encourage Americans to "give up the straw habit" and to help spread awareness about the damage caused by disposable plastic straws.
February 23rd 2017
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, stands in the Senate chamber with Muskegon County Prosecutor D.J. Hilson (right). Hilson joined Hansen for Gov. Rick Snyder's seventh State of the State address Tuesday night.
January 17th 2017
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed to the Michigan Capitol on Wednesday Pastor Casey Arnouts (back left) and his wife Tammy (second right) of Grace Assembly of God in Fruitport. Pastor Arnouts gave the invocation before the start of Senate session. Also pictured are the Arnouts' daughters Becca (left) and Katy.
November 10th 2016
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, on Thursday honored Peterson Farms of Oceana County and McDonald's USA for serving more than two billion sliced apple packages across the country. Pictured with Hansen are, from left: Sarah Schlukebir, vice president of sales and marketing for Peterson Farms; Earl Peterson, owner and CEO of Peterson Farms; Lori Schulz; and Matthew Schulz, Lori's husband and franchise owner of McDonald's restaurants in Hart and Ludington.
June 9th 2016
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, and his father, Don Hansen, paid tribute in the Senate Thursday to those who gave their lives defending our country. Don Hansen was the lawmaker's guest for the Michigan Senate's 22nd Annual Memorial Day Service. Each year, the annual ceremony honors the servicemen and women who fought with bravery to defend our nation's freedom.
May 26th 2016
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed 2015 Asparagus Queen Courtney Kokx and National Asparagus Queen Coordinator Christine Rickard to the Capitol on Wednesday. Kokx promoted the asparagus industry of Oceana County and provided each senator with a gift of locally grown asparagus. The National Asparagus Festival hosts an annual pageant in Hart, where the only asparagus queen in the nation is crowned. The visit was one of Kokx's final appearances of her reign as queen.
May 25th 2016
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed two Mears residents to the Capitol on Wednesday: Jake Whelpley, a former Golden Township zoning administrator (left), and Mike Cook, a member of the Golden Township Planning Commission and retired Air Force veteran. Cook and Whelpley each won a certificate to spend a "Day at the Capitol" with Hansen.
April 21st 2016
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, (right) attended a ceremonial signing Wednesday of Senate Bill 539 (Public Act 9 of 2016), his measure enabling the Michigan Department of Treasury to designate Newaygo County as one of ten Promise Zones in the state. Pictured with Hansen and Gov. Rick Snyder are Rep. Jon Bumstead, R-Newaygo, and elementary, middle and high school students from Newaygo County.
April 14th 2016
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed the Rev. Jennifer Holmes Curran and Curran's husband, the Rev. Tony Holmes Curran (left), to the Michigan Capitol on Tuesday. The Holmes Currans are co-pastors of New Hope Community Church in Shelby. Jennifer gave the invocation before the start of Senate session.
March 22nd 2016
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, speaks to reporters on the Senate floor after the Senate passed Senate Bills 710, 711, and 819 - 822, measures that would reform Detroit's public schools. Hansen is the lead sponsor of the legislative package designed to provide a fresh start for the more than 47,000 Detroit public schoolchildren who are part of a district that is among the worst in the nation.
March 22nd 2016
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, (second from right) listens as Oakridge Public Schools Superintendent Tom Livezey speaks at a press conference at the Capitol in support of a package of bills introduced on Tuesday to reduce red tape for schools. Hansen is the sponsor of Senate Bill 766. Also attending in support of the bills were Walled Lake Consolidated Schools Superintendent Kenneth Gutman (left) and Sen. Mike Shirkey, R-Clarklake.
February 9th 2016
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, testified on Thursday before the Senate Government Operations Committee on Senate Bills 710 and 711, legislation he sponsored to reform Detroit Public Schools.
February 4th 2016
Sens. Tonya Schuitmaker (second from left), Judy Emmons (sixth from left), Arlan Meekhof (seventh from left), Jim Stamas (eighth from left), Peter Macgregor (ninth from left), Rick Jones (seventh from right), Margaret O'Brien (fifth from right), and Goeff Hansen (right) joined other members of the Legislature and Gov. Rick Snyder at a bill signing for the $28 million appropriations supplemental to support efforts in Flint.
January 29th 2016
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, and Dr. Phil Stella (left), representing the Michigan Society of Hematology and Oncology, testified on Wednesday before the Senate Insurance Committee in favor of Senate Bill 625, sponsored by Hansen. The bill would ensure access to all forms of chemotherapy for patients, regardless of how it is administered.
January 27th 2016
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, stands at the Senate rostrum with Muskegon Area Career Tech Center Principal Kyle Fiebig (right). Fiebig joined Hansen for Gov. Rick Snyder's sixth State of the State address Tuesday night.
January 19th 2016
Governor Rick Snyder (seated) on Wednesday signed Senate Bill 427, now Public Act 209 of 2015, sponsored by Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, (second from right). Joining Hansen at the bill signing were (from left) Tom Schmiedeknecht, president of Pro-Med, and Damon Obiden, director of operations of Kent County EMS, Inc.
December 16th 2015
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed Dan Smith (center) and Smith's wife Nancy to the Michigan Capitol on Tuesday. Smith is pastor of Jibson Immanuel Baptist Church of Ravenna and gave the invocation before the start of Senate session.
November 10th 2015
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed Courtney Kokx to the state Capitol on Wednesday. Kokx was crowned the Asparagus Queen at the 2015 National Asparagus Festival in Hart. She was in Lansing for the annual Royal Luncheon hosted by the Michigan Festivals and Events Association on the Capitol lawn.
June 18th 2015
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed Duane E. Bennett (left) to the Michigan Capitol on Wednesday. Bennett is pastor of Mount Zion Church of God in Christ of Muskegon and gave the invocation before the start of Senate session.
June 10th 2015
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, a member of Michigan's Third Grade Reading Workgroup, speaks about the report the group issued Wednesday suggesting strategies to improve reading proficiency in Michigan's children.
June 3rd 2015
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, spoke to nearly 500 seniors Tuesday on the Capitol lawn as part of Older Michiganians Day, an annual event that brings together seniors, aging service providers and senior advocates from across the state to express to the Legislature the concerns and challenges of older adults.
June 2nd 2015
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, spoke to nearly 500 seniors Tuesday on the Capitol lawn as part of Older Michiganians Day, an annual event that brings together seniors, aging service providers and senior advocates from across the state to express to the Legislature the concerns and challenges of older adults.
June 2nd 2015
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed 2014 Asparagus Queen Danielle Kokx to the Capitol on Wednesday. Kokx promoted the asparagus industry of Oceana County and provided each senator with a gift of locally grown asparagus.
May 21st 2015
Sen. Goeff Hansen stands in the Senate chamber Thursday with his uncle, Walter "Stretch" Hansen (right). Walter, a former Army sergeant from Holton, was the lawmaker's guest for the Michigan Senate's 21st Annual Memorial Day Service.
May 21st 2015
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, (center) received the 2014 Healthcare Worker Safety Award for his work promoting staff and patient safety in health care. Dr. Michael Sinnott, co-founder of StaffAndPatientSafety.org, (left) and David W. Baetens, director of marketing for OakMed Products in Clarkston, presented the award to Hansen.
March 18th 2015
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, stands in the Senate chamber with his brother, David Hansen (left). David joined Sen. Hansen for Gov. Rick Snyder's fifth State of the State address Tuesday night.
January 21st 2015
Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert P. Young (left) administers the oath of office to state Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart (right), while Hansen's family members look on.
January 14th 2015
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, stands in the Senate chamber holding a sample of the state's Breast Cancer Awareness license plate, which became available Wednesday.
September 17th 2014
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, speaks on the Senate floor regarding the brown paper bags that he and Sen. Dave Hildenbrand, R-Lowell, (right) distributed to each House and Senate office to help Kids' Food Basket, an organization aimed at ending childhood hunger.
September 9th 2014
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomes Pastor Christopher J. Murry (left) to the Michigan Capitol. Murry is pastor of Greater Harvest Missionary Baptist Church of Muskegon and gave the invocation before the start of the Senate session.
June 3rd 2014
Sen. Goeff Hansen stands in the Senate chamber Thursday with World War II U.S. Marine veteran Bob Lorenz of Hart. Lorenz was Hansen's guest for the Michigan Senate's 20th Annual Memorial Day Service.
May 22nd 2014
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, (center) and the state Senate honored the Muskegon High School boys basketball team and head coach Keith Guy (holding tribute) with a Senate tribute in celebration of their Class A 2014 state championship and undefeated season.
May 14th 2014
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, (center) stands on the Capitol steps with several Michigan families who have a family member diagnosed with Williams Syndrome, a rare genetic condition characterized by problems including cardiovascular disease, developmental delays and learning disabilities. Gov. Rick Snyder recently issued a proclamation recognizing May as Williams Syndrome Awareness Month, and Hansen welcomed the families to the Capitol for the occasion.
May 14th 2014
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed 2013 Asparagus Queen Amanda Dodge and National Asparagus Festival Secretary Christine Rickard to the Capitol. Dodge promoted the asparagus industry of Oceana County and provided each senator with a gift of locally grown and prepared pickled asparagus, asparagus salsa or asparagus guacamole.
May 8th 2014
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, testified on Thursday before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on the Department of Community Health. Gwen Williams (left) and Debbi Taylor, representing the Muskegon County Breastfeeding Coalition, joined Hansen in advocating for improved access to quality breast pumps for nursing mothers.
February 27th 2014
State Sen. Goeff Hansen invited Ken Hulka (left), managing director of the Muskegon County Road Commission, to provide testimony to the Senate Appropriations Committee on Tuesday. Hansen and Hulka offered comments in support of allocating additional road funding for local road agencies adversely affected by the recent winter storms.
February 18th 2014
Sen. Goeff Hansen (standing, holding the bill) on Tuesday was joined in Lansing by Gov. Rick Snyder (seated) and representatives from the 10 Michigan promise zones, including members of the Muskegon Promise Zone Authority, for the ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 312, now Public Act 210 of 2013. The law, authored by Hansen, R-Hart, provides increased access to higher educational opportunities for students in promise zones.
February 18th 2014
Fruitport Township Police Department Detective Lt. Bruce Morningstar (right) testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of Senate Bill 729, Sen. Goeff Hansen's measure that would help provide law enforcement agencies with more money to aid in the prosecution of certain crimes.
January 28th 2014
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, wore sneakers during Senate session Tuesday as part of the Coaches vs. Cancer campaign to raise awareness in the fight against cancer. Hansen, second from left, is joined by fellow senators and Senate staff members.
January 21st 2014
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, stands in the Senate chamber with his guests for Gov. Rick Snyder's fourth State of the State address Thursday night. Pictured left to right are Brenda Fowler, Olivia Fowler, Hansen, Nick Schanhals and Paul Meyers. Olivia, from Newaygo, and Nick, from North Muskegon, were among many bright students who entered Sen. Hansen's student essay contest. Olivia came with her stepmom, and Nick brought his grandfather.
January 16th 2014
Senator Goeff Hansen, welcomed Kalamazoo native, four-time Bassmaster Classic champion, seven-time Toyota Tundra Angler-of-Year and all-time Bassmaster money-winner Kevin VanDam to the Senate floor.
October 29th 2013
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomes Pastor Eric Strattan (right) to the Michigan Capitol. Strattan is pastor of Bridge Bible Church of Muskegon and gave the invocation before the start of the Senate session.
October 16th 2013
Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday signed Public Act 100 of 2013, sponsored by state Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart (second from left). The new law will promote the state's agriculture industry by allowing small winemakers to offer wine tastings at farmers markets. Attending the bill signing as Hansen's guests were the owners of Oceana Winery and Vineyard in New Era, Greg and Renae Goralski, along with their daughter Elise.
July 2nd 2013
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, speaks on the Senate floor about Senate Bill 79, his measure promoting the state's agriculture industry by allowing small winemakers to offer wine tastings at farmers markets. The bill has been sent to the governor to be signed into law.
June 12th 2013
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, hosted Kazakhstan Pentwater High School class of 2013 exchange student Azamat Tulepbergenov (far left), Tulepbergenov's host mom Lisa Wagner (second from left) and Tulepbergenov's sister Aia Tulepbergenov (far right) on their trip to the Capitol Wednesday.
June 5th 2013
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart (right); Jim Mathews (middle), chief operating officer for HomeTown Pharmacy; and Larry Wagenknecht, CEO of the Michigan Pharmacists Association, testify on Senate Bill 373 on Thursday before the Senate Committee on Health Policy.
May 23rd 2013
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, stands in the Senate chamber Thursday with Michigan National Guard Capt. Aaron Jenkins. Jenkins was Hansen's guest for the Michigan Senate's 19th Annual Memorial Day Service, which honored Michigan's military heroes who defended freedom and sacrificed their lives in the past year.
May 23rd 2013
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomes Pastor Mike Wetzig (left) to the Michigan Capitol. Wetzig is pastor of Ravenna Baptist Church and gave the invocation before the start of the Senate session.
May 14th 2013
Michigan state Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart (left) and Department of Natural Resources Director Keith Creagh outside the Senate chamber discussing Senate Bill 154, legislation sponsored by Hansen that would rename one of west Michigan's rail trails the William Field Memorial Hart-Montague Trail.
May 8th 2013
Mason County Group
April 2nd 2013
Oceana and Lake County Group
March 21st 2013
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, (left) and Rep. Marcia Hovey-Wright, D-Muskegon, (right) present Michigan state flags to international exchange students visiting the Capitol as Hansen's guests. Standing between the lawmakers are (from left) Asif Haider (from Pakistan), Kang You (South Korea), Devarsh Nareshabi Jani (India), and Syafiq Aizat Fitri Bin Khairul Azmi (Malaysia).
March 7th 2013
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, testifies Wednesday before the Senate Appropriations Committee in support of Senate Bill 233, which authorizes funding for emergency harbor dredging projects throughout Michigan.
March 6th 2013
Michigan senators, including Sen. Goeff Hansen (standing, left), R-Hart, look at a book of media clippings related to Senate Bill 154, sponsored by Hansen. The measure was being debated before the Senate Committee on Outdoor Recreation and Tourism.
February 21st 2013
New Era resident and long-time trail advocate Joel Mikkelsen testifies on behalf of Senate Bill 154, sponsored by Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart. Hansen's measure would rename the Hart-Montague Trail after the late William Field.
February 21st 2013
Michigan Senate Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Committee Chairman Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, addresses the media at a press conference announcing the Senate's plans to develop both short- and long-term solutions to the dredging and accessibility problems facing Michigan's waterways.
February 12th 2013
State Sen. Goeff Hansen (right), R-Hart, welcomes Kevin McCloud Jr., pastor of City of Love Outreach Ministries of Muskegon, to the Michigan Capitol. Pastor McCloud gave the invocation before the start of the Senate session.
February 7th 2013
State Sen. Goeff Hansen (left), R-Hart, looks on as Gov. Rick Snyder signs Public Act 322 of 2012 (Senate Bill 884) into law. Hansen sponsored the new law to help create more efficiencies in the state nursing home inspection process, which will save the state time, staff and money and protect the safety and care of nursing home residents.
October 11th 2012
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, testifies before the Senate Transportation Committee in support of his measure (Senate Bill 1180) allowing the secretary of state to use the Pure Michigan brand or a similar brand as part of the standard design for vehicle registration plates.
September 11th 2012
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, examines two "Pure Michigan" sample license plates.
September 11th 2012
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, and colleagues announce that they are seeking financial relief for Michigan's fruit farmers, who were devastated by this winter's early thaw and subsequent frost damage. Both the Michigan Senate and Gov. Snyder have urged President Barack Obama and the U.S. Agriculture secretary to declare southwest Michigan and all of Michigan's fruit-growing regions disaster areas in the wake of weather conditions that devastated fruit crops, particularly grape production.
June 5th 2012
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed local 4-H students from Bitely to the state Capitol on Tuesday, March 20. Pictured are Chance Sherretz, Nikki Fraiser, Tabitha Hibbard and Hansen.
March 20th 2012
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed Pastor Mark Looman of First Baptist Church in Hart to the state Capitol Tuesday. Looman led members of the Michigan Senate during the invocation.
March 6th 2012
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed Boy Scouts from the 34th Senate District to the state Capitol. The scouts joined Eagle Scouts from the Gerald R. Ford Council, including William Blynn (vice president of the program), to celebrate the 102nd anniversary of Boy Scouting and 100 years of the Eagle Scout award. The Boy Scouts of America, a community organization that offers effective character, citizenship, and personal fitness training for youth, was incorporated on Feb. 8, 1910. Since the Eagle Scout award was first awarded, more than 2.1 million scouts have earned the organization's highest honor.
February 8th 2012
State Sen. Goeff Hansen (left), R-Hart, and Gov. Rick Snyder hold Senate Bill 510, sponsored by Hansen, after it was signed into law. SBs 508 through 510 establish the Great Lakes Basin Aquatic Invasive Species Advisory Council. The council will help protect the state from an ecological catastrophe from aquatic invasive species and help prevent millions of dollars in lost revenue. The new laws are Public Acts 284 through 286 of 2011.
December 21st 2011
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, and Rep. Holly Hughes, R-Montague, welcomed Muskegon Community College President Dale Nesbary and the school's board of trustees to the Senate floor for a special presentation in celebration of its 85th anniversary. MCC plays a vital role in meeting the job training needs of employers in west Michigan. Students and faculty, who are proud to call themselves Jayhawks, play an integral part in the success and economic development of the community. Pictured, front row from left, are: Ann Oakes, vice-chair; Dr. Donald Crandall, chair; Dorothy Lester, treasurer; and Diana Osborn, trustee. Back row, from left: Sean Mullally, trustee; Nesbary; Hansen; Hughes; and Roy Portenga, trustee. Not pictured: MCC Board of Trustees Secretary Nancy Frye.
December 1st 2011
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, joined his Senate Republican colleagues to discuss passage of 18 Senate bills to help protect Michigans seniors, encourage increased reporting of elder abuse and strengthen penalties for those convicted of abusing a senior. Senate Bills 454-457, 459-468, 604-605, 706 and 777 have been sent to the House of Representatives for further consideration.
November 3rd 2011
Rev. Ron Baker of Trinity Christian Reformed Church in Fremont led the Michigan Senate Wednesday morning by giving the invocation. Baker was the guest of Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart.
November 2nd 2011
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, joined Gov. Rick Snyder Tuesday as measures banning partial birth abortion were signed into law. Public Acts 168 and 169 of 2011 (Senate Bill 160 and House Bill 4110) outlaw partial birth abortion in Michigan. Hansen helped lead the cause in the Senate to ban the gruesome acts
October 11th 2011
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, and Muskegon County Sheriff Dean Roesler testified on Sept. 13 before the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of Senate Bills 551 and 552. Hansen introduced the reform legislation upon the sheriffs request. The measures would prohibit the selling and possession of cellular phones by prisoners in local jails and correctional facilities.
September 13th 2011
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, left, welcomed Pastor Tim Cross of the Living Word Church in Muskegon to the Michigan Capitol on Aug. 24. Cross led members of the Michigan Senate during the invocation and afterward joined Hansen on the Senate floor for session.
August 25th 2011
Sen. Goeff Hansen places a folded American flag in a basket on the Senate floor in remembrance of a fallen soldier. Michigan's military heroes who defended freedom and sacrificed their lives the past year in the war on terror were honored during the Michigan Senate's 17th Annual Memorial Day Service.
May 26th 2011
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, right, and his staff, joined Oceana County Habitat for Humanity volunteers to organize a garage sale to help raise funds and awareness about a local build. The 34th District lawmaker is a strong advocate for Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization providing potential homeowners with an opportunity to build decent affordable housing.
May 17th 2011
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, and his Senate colleagues announce several key measures to cut the red tape binding Michigan job providers and help put people back to work. Hansen said the Senate bills will reduce burdensome regulations on individuals and businesses to help create jobs and boost Michigans economy.
March 16th 2011
Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, right was at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn when Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation that increases funding for the popular and productive Pure Michigan campaign. The 34th District lawmaker, who chairs the Senate Committee on Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, was a strong advocate of the measure and helped move the pro-jobs legislation through the Senate. The new law provides Pure Michigan with a more permanent funding stream. The award-winning radio and television promotion highlights Michigan as a travel destination and has garnered nationwide praise.
March 15th 2011
State Sen. Goeff Hansen kicked off March is Reading Month by visiting students in Mona Shores and Muskegon Heights on March 4. Reading to children at a young age has been shown to generate an interest in learning, a creative spirit and a confidence in academic ability later in life, said Hansen, R-Hart. It also provides an opportunity for families to communicate and bond with one another. In an effort to promote the importance of reading with children of all ages, Hansen will be reading to hundreds of students at local elementary schools throughout the 34th Senate District during March is Reading Month.
March 4th 2011
State Sen. Goeff Hansen, R-Hart, welcomed Pastor Lorraine Boucon of the Hart Congregational United Church of Christ to the state Senate on Thursday, February 10. Ms. Boucon delivered the invocation before Senate session.
February 10th 2011
Sen. Goeff Hansen (R-Hart) testifying in the Senate Judiciary Committee on legislation to allow Concealed Pistol holders and bail bond agents to possess and use Tasers.
February 1st 2011
Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert P. Young, Jr. administers the oath of office to Sen. Goeff Hansen during a ceremony at the state Capitol. Hansen's wife, Tami, was at his side. Other family members attending include Hansen's parents, Don and Beverly Hansen, his son Blake and daughter-in-law Falon.
January 12th 2011