Church Action eNewsletter Week of November 7, 2011

Regional Council of Churches of Atlanta God calls us to some things we cannot do alone
Thank you for participating in the survey pertaining to the Atlanta Center for congregations study. We need to hear from everyone. Every opinion is important. If you have not taken this very short survey, please give us your input at http://www.wellsyscorp.com/congregationsurvey/

Visit our website for a beautiful slide show of Regional Council of Churches member churches. www.rccatl.org

If you believe as we do that together we can make a greater difference for our neighbors and for God’s whole creation, join us -- application should take you directly to a membership application. Contact Johnnetta Morris, Membership coordinator, if you would like us to send you an application or have questions. jmorris@rccatl.org

1. Friday, November 11, is Veterans Day. Care for the Troops is dedicated to the mental health care of our returning troops and their families. In light of the recent announcement on bringing the troops home from Iraq and that Afghanistan will continue, our communities will continue to need help and churches are the right place to get it. There are 38 congregations in Georgia who have become designated as Veteran Friendly Congregations . Find out about Care for the Troops at their rich website and see a list of Veteran Friendly Congregations at http://www.careforthetroops.org/ Some volunteers are needed right now. Email Peter McCall at cftt.hq@gmail.com

At our website find a list of restaurants offering free meals and other special gifts for our veterans.

2. Dr. Amilia Platts Boynton Robinson will be the Presiding Elder for the 13 Moon Walk 4 Peace Peacemakers Honoree Ceremony. At 100 years young, she has dedicated 10 decades to the liberation and freedom. Friday, November 11, 7 p.m. at Morehouse College, Merrill Hall, Rm 111, 830 West-View Dr., SW Atlanta 30314 .

3. A reminder that the Peace Conference at Lake Junaluska featuring Dr. David Beckmann, President of Bread for the World, and Dr. Bob Edgar, President of Common Cause, begins this weekend. For information on registration visit www.lakejunaluska.com/peace.

4. Dueling Organists Concert, Sunday, November 13, 5 p.m., St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church, 1978 Mt. Vernon Road, Dunwoody. Clair Maxwell and returning favorite Chuck Goehring will “duke” it out in concert for an entertaining and exciting evening of music. Guests include Jill Hudson and Kelly Sloan as well as secret guest artists for an evening of musical shenanigans not to be missed! Child care will be provided, and a free-will offering will be taken. A great treat for all ages. For more information, contact Clair Maxwell @ 770.393.1424 or clairmaxwell@slpres.org

5. The New Era Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia, Rev. Dr. Arthur Carson Jr., president, will celebrate its 50th Anniversary at the Liberty Baptist Church in Atlanta and at the Hilton Atlanta Hotel beginning Sunday, November 13 at 7:00 p.m. and concluding Thursday, November 17 at 11:00 a.m. For more information contact NewEraConvention@bellsouth.net.

6. For 12 years Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School students, alumni, teachers, and parents have volunteered their time to sponsor Work of Human Hands sales, Every purchase enables an artisan or farmer to provide better for the basic necessities of life, to educate her or his children, and to work in a safe environment. Three opportunities during this holiday shopping season:

•Sunday, Nov. 13 from 8:30am - 7:30pm at Holy Cross Catholic Church, 3773 Chamblee Tucker Rd.

•Saturday, Nov. 19 from 9am till 3pm at St. Pius X Catholic High School, 2674 Johnson Rd. NE

•Sunday, Dec. 4 from 10am - 4pm in the old historic IHM church, 2855 Briarcliff Rd. NE. For more information contact Carmen S. Garcia, cgraciaa@ihmschool.org, 404-636-4488 ext. 237.

7. Explore Transportation Options Creation Care at North Decatur Presbyterian Church will offer an opportunity to learn about the impact of transportation decision making in metro Atlanta, the proposed Transportation Special Local Option Sales Tax (TSPLOST) that will come before voters next July, and other ways to get involved in shaping our region’s transportation future. Monday, November 14, from 6:45 to 8:00 p.m. at the church, 611 Medlock Road, Decatur 30033.

8. Luis Roberto Zamora Bolaños, Defending the Right to Peace, Monday, November 14, 6:30 – Reception, 7:00 – Roberto Zamora, followed by Q&A, Atlanta Friends Meeting House, 701 West Howard Avenue, Decatur 30030. Sponsored by Georgia Peace & Justice Coalition/Atlanta www.georgiapeace.org

9. Interfaith Children’s Movement General Meeting, Tuesday, November 15, 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., Druid Hills United Methodist Church, 1200 Ponce de Leon, NE, Atlanta 30306. State Senator Renee Unterman of the Georgia General Assembly will discuss poverty in Georgia and initiatives to address the problem. Please contact 770-498-2141 or e-mail info@interfaithchildrensmovement.org to let ICM know that you will be there.

10. If any in your congregation might be interested pass on this information. The final Save Your Home from Foreclosure information session for Fulton county residents this year will be Wednesday, November 16, Southwest Branch of the Atlanta- Fulton County Public Library, 1 - 2 p.m., 3665 Cascade Road SW. Information on options and counselors. For more information or if special accommodations are needed, call Audra Pender at 404-612-3024.

11. You’re invited to an inspiring and uplifting community celebration. The 7th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration at the Temple Kol-Emeth, 1415 Old Canton Rd., Marietta, Thursday, November 17 at 7:00 p.m. This event is supported by Baha’i, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, and Unitarian institutions. Contact 770-973-3533 for more information. Everyone is welcome. Donations will be collected for Atlanta Foodbank: Non-perishable food and Give-a-Gobble: Fund to buy turkeys for needy families.

12. A reminder of The Work of Our Hands Artists’ Market, November 17 – 20, the Cathedral of St. Philip, 2744 Peachtree Rd. in Buckhead. Read all about it at RCCAtl

13. Join DOOR Atlanta , Friday, November 18, at Atlanta Community Food Bank for an evening of entertainment and fellowship, fundraising and friendraising. Guests will learn more about the DOOR Atlanta programs, share delicious food, hear incredible performances and have a lot of fun! Partner agencies will be decorating a door and asking guests to vote for the best door. Votes are $1 each and the agency decorating the winning door gets to keep the money raised for their programs! Doors open at 7 p.m. Cash donations will be graciously accepted for beer and wine. Performances begin at 7:30 and will last until 9:30. Performers include Caroline Kelly, Dean Leeper and the Sweet Mountain Trio, and more. Donations will be welcomed to support Dwell Houses for the year. More information about DOOR Atlanta can be found DoorNetwork

14. Survivors of Suicide Day - Saturday, 19 November - a day of healing and hope for those who have lost a loved one to suicide, and a day of insight for those who want to know more about this traumatic life event. This is a faith-based program, engaging issues of faith and spirituality. The Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 4814 Paper Mill Road, Marietta, GA 30067 hosts this event, which will begin at 10:00 AM and end at 3:00 PM. Lunch will be provided. Contact Jerry Weyrauch, 770-992-0482, jerryweyrauch@comcast.net for information. A donation of $10.00 is requested. Please R.s.v.p. To Jerry Weyrauch.

15. Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church, RCCAtl member, will serve as New Baptist Covenant II’s anchor site, hosting worship services and breakout sessions that will be broadcast via satellite to various host cities across the nation. Host cities will provide additional programming and coordinate a day of local mission opportunities on November 19. Subscribe to the email newsletter to receive the latest updates. Click Here for Atlanta Event Details

16. Make a difference in your holiday giving this year! Mt. Carmel United Methodist in Norcross will host a Fair Trade Gift Sale using SERRV and Equal Exchange products. These unique and handcrafted items support artisans and farmers in developing countries. Fill your home and kitchen with authentic décor, handmade dishware, and stunning handcrafted baskets. Adorn yourself with gorgeous fair trade jewelry, scarves, and baskets. Indulge in delicious Divine Chocolate and Equal Exchange’s gourmet coffee (supports UMCOR Coffee Project). Sunday, November 20 from 2-5:30pm, Mt. Carmel UMC, 5100 South Old Peachtree Road, Norcross, 770-449-4498, www.mtcarmel-umc.org

17. For the fourteenth holiday season, The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany presents an exhibit of over 250 nativity scenes from around the world. Saturday, November 26 and Sunday, November 27 and from Wednesday November 30 through Sunday, December 4. Many of the nativities are accompanied by scriptural quotes and hymn texts. Admission: $5.00 for adults; $4.00 for Seniors & Students, Children under 12 free, 2089 Ponce de Leon Avenue, NE.

18. A Season of Hope in a Time of Despair is the theme of the Advent revival at Central United Methodist Church starting Wednesday, November 30 with Rev. Dr. Michael McQueen, St. James UMC, Alpharetta. On Thursday, December 1, Rev. Dr. Marvin Moss of Cascade UMC will preach. Friday Kevin Murriel from Antioch UMC in Fairburn will preach. All services begin at 7 p.m. Dinner will be served from 5-6:30, $5 adults, $4 children, $1 six and under with a family cap of $15. Central United Methodist Church is at 501-7 Mitchell St. S.W., Atlanta 30314. You can call the church at 404-524-4263

19. An interfaith meditation service will be held at Unity North Atlanta Church in Marietta, 4255 Sandy Plains Rd., November 30, 7:30 p.m. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about and then practice meditation in the Quaker, Sufi and Buddhist traditions. There will be a potluck dinner at 6:30pm for those wishing to bring a dish to share. Admission is by donation. Information at www.unitynorth.org.

20. The whole community is invited to a country music Christmas concert with popular singer/song writer Pat Terry on Sunday, December 4, at 7 p.m., Ray-Thomas Memorial Presbyterian Church, 4644 Sandy Plains Road, Marietta 30066. There will be a free will offering in support of the Community Food Bank at the church and any non-perishable food donations will be gratefully accepted. The ministry serves the Cobb-Fulton-Cherokee tri-county area and receives regular referrals from Cobb County school social workers, MUST Ministries and more. The church’s website is www.rtmchurch.org. Terry’s website http://www.patterryonline.com/ has a youtube page where you can hear a sample.

21. Georgia Alliance to End Homelessness 2011 Children and Youth Summit is coming up December 5. Critical Issues Facing Special Needs and At-Risk Children and Youth. Registration is at http://www.cviog.uga.edu/dbhdd/pss.php Select Homelessness & Youth: Trauma & Domestic Violence, Solutions to Reduce Homelessness on the form.

22. Presbytery of Greater Atlanta Eighteenth Annual Christmas Concert A Multicultural Celebration of Christmas will be on Sunday, December 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church, 1400 Killian Hill Rd. Lilburn 30047

23. Make Plans to Attend the Cobb Faith Partnership Holiday Meeting on Wednesday, December 14, at Turner Chapel AME Church, 492 North Marietta Parkway, Marietta. Lunch will start at 11:30a.m. …a special holiday meal with turkey and all the trimmings! Networking, information sharing, planning for the Annual Cobb Ministries Forum, recycle cellphones and ink cartridges and unneeded office supplies. For information email info@cobbfaithpartnership.org. CFP is now on Facebook.

24. The Cathedral Book Store is pleased to announce that Richard Rohr will return to the Cathedral of St. Philip on January 12, 2012. Mark your calendar for this lecture, discussion period, and book signing. The well known transformative author, speaker and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation has just published Falling Upward. More information closer to date.

25. Did you know that Georgia ranks sixth in the nation for men killing women? Save the date for Stop Violence Against Women Day, Feb. 2, Central Presbyterian Church, Georgia Coalition against Domestic Violence, Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault, Georgia Commission on Family Violence.

26. Cobb County Senior Services has a caregiver voucher program called Share The Care (STC). The STC program provides limited financial assistance to caregivers who are caring for a loved one medically diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or related Dementia. This program provides assistance with minor home repair, medical supplies and respite services. For more information please call Margie Castillo-Carbaugh 770-528-5364.

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Peace,

Ethel Ware Carter

Regional Council of Churches of Atlanta

404-538-0246

ecarter@rccatl.org

Week of November 7, 2011

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Thank you for participating in the survey pertaining to the Atlanta Center for congregations study. We need to hear from everyone. Every opinion is important. If you have not taken this very short survey, please give us your input at http://www.wellsyscorp.com/congregationsurvey/

Visit our website for a beautiful slide show of Regional Council of Churches member churches. www.rccatl.org

If you believe as we do that together we can make a greater difference for our neighbors and for God’s whole creation, join us -- application should take you directly to a membership application. Contact Johnnetta Morris, Membership coordinator, if you would like us to send you an application or have questions. jmorris@rccatl.org

1. Friday, November 11, is Veterans Day. Care for the Troops is dedicated to the mental health care of our returning troops and their families. In light of the recent announcement on bringing the troops home from Iraq and that Afghanistan will continue, our communities will continue to need help and churches are the right place to get it. There are 38 congregations in Georgia who have become designated as Veteran Friendly Congregations . Find out about Care for the Troops at their rich website and see a list of Veteran Friendly Congregations at http://www.careforthetroops.org/ Some volunteers are needed right now. Email Peter McCall at cftt.hq@gmail.com

At our website find a list of restaurants offering free meals and other special gifts for our veterans.

2. Dr. Amilia Platts Boynton Robinson will be the Presiding Elder for the 13 Moon Walk 4 Peace Peacemakers Honoree Ceremony. At 100 years young, she has dedicated 10 decades to the liberation and freedom. Friday, November 11, 7 p.m. at Morehouse College, Merrill Hall, Rm 111, 830 West-View Dr., SW Atlanta 30314 .

3. A reminder that the Peace Conference at Lake Junaluska featuring Dr. David Beckmann, President of Bread for the World, and Dr. Bob Edgar, President of Common Cause, begins this weekend. For information on registration visit www.lakejunaluska.com/peace.

4. Dueling Organists Concert, Sunday, November 13, 5 p.m., St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church, 1978 Mt. Vernon Road, Dunwoody. Clair Maxwell and returning favorite Chuck Goehring will “duke” it out in concert for an entertaining and exciting evening of music. Guests include Jill Hudson and Kelly Sloan as well as secret guest artists for an evening of musical shenanigans not to be missed! Child care will be provided, and a free-will offering will be taken. A great treat for all ages. For more information, contact Clair Maxwell @ 770.393.1424 or clairmaxwell@slpres.org

5. The New Era Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia, Rev. Dr. Arthur Carson Jr., president, will celebrate its 50th Anniversary at the Liberty Baptist Church in Atlanta and at the Hilton Atlanta Hotel beginning Sunday, November 13 at 7:00 p.m. and concluding Thursday, November 17 at 11:00 a.m. For more information contact NewEraConvention@bellsouth.net.

6. For 12 years Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School students, alumni, teachers, and parents have volunteered their time to sponsor Work of Human Hands sales, Every purchase enables an artisan or farmer to provide better for the basic necessities of life, to educate her or his children, and to work in a safe environment. Three opportunities during this holiday shopping season:

•Sunday, Nov. 13 from 8:30am - 7:30pm at Holy Cross Catholic Church, 3773 Chamblee Tucker Rd.

•Saturday, Nov. 19 from 9am till 3pm at St. Pius X Catholic High School, 2674 Johnson Rd. NE

•Sunday, Dec. 4 from 10am - 4pm in the old historic IHM church, 2855 Briarcliff Rd. NE. For more information contact Carmen S. Garcia, cgraciaa@ihmschool.org, 404-636-4488 ext. 237.

7. Explore Transportation Options Creation Care at North Decatur Presbyterian Church will offer an opportunity to learn about the impact of transportation decision making in metro Atlanta, the proposed Transportation Special Local Option Sales Tax (TSPLOST) that will come before voters next July, and other ways to get involved in shaping our region’s transportation future. Monday, November 14, from 6:45 to 8:00 p.m. at the church, 611 Medlock Road, Decatur 30033.

8. Luis Roberto Zamora Bolaños, Defending the Right to Peace, Monday, November 14, 6:30 – Reception, 7:00 – Roberto Zamora, followed by Q&A, Atlanta Friends Meeting House, 701 West Howard Avenue, Decatur 30030. Sponsored by Georgia Peace & Justice Coalition/Atlanta www.georgiapeace.org

9. Interfaith Children’s Movement General Meeting, Tuesday, November 15, 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., Druid Hills United Methodist Church, 1200 Ponce de Leon, NE, Atlanta 30306. State Senator Renee Unterman of the Georgia General Assembly will discuss poverty in Georgia and initiatives to address the problem. Please contact 770-498-2141 or e-mail info@interfaithchildrensmovement.org to let ICM know that you will be there.

10. If any in your congregation might be interested pass on this information. The final Save Your Home from Foreclosure information session for Fulton county residents this year will be Wednesday, November 16, Southwest Branch of the Atlanta- Fulton County Public Library, 1 - 2 p.m., 3665 Cascade Road SW. Information on options and counselors. For more information or if special accommodations are needed, call Audra Pender at 404-612-3024.

11. You’re invited to an inspiring and uplifting community celebration. The 7th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration at the Temple Kol-Emeth, 1415 Old Canton Rd., Marietta, Thursday, November 17 at 7:00 p.m. This event is supported by Baha’i, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, and Unitarian institutions. Contact 770-973-3533 for more information. Everyone is welcome. Donations will be collected for Atlanta Foodbank: Non-perishable food and Give-a-Gobble: Fund to buy turkeys for needy families.

12. A reminder of The Work of Our Hands Artists’ Market, November 17 – 20, the Cathedral of St. Philip, 2744 Peachtree Rd. in Buckhead. Read all about it at RCCAtl

13. Join DOOR Atlanta , Friday, November 18, at Atlanta Community Food Bank for an evening of entertainment and fellowship, fundraising and friendraising. Guests will learn more about the DOOR Atlanta programs, share delicious food, hear incredible performances and have a lot of fun! Partner agencies will be decorating a door and asking guests to vote for the best door. Votes are $1 each and the agency decorating the winning door gets to keep the money raised for their programs! Doors open at 7 p.m. Cash donations will be graciously accepted for beer and wine. Performances begin at 7:30 and will last until 9:30. Performers include Caroline Kelly, Dean Leeper and the Sweet Mountain Trio, and more. Donations will be welcomed to support Dwell Houses for the year. More information about DOOR Atlanta can be found DoorNetwork

14. Survivors of Suicide Day - Saturday, 19 November - a day of healing and hope for those who have lost a loved one to suicide, and a day of insight for those who want to know more about this traumatic life event. This is a faith-based program, engaging issues of faith and spirituality. The Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 4814 Paper Mill Road, Marietta, GA 30067 hosts this event, which will begin at 10:00 AM and end at 3:00 PM. Lunch will be provided. Contact Jerry Weyrauch, 770-992-0482, jerryweyrauch@comcast.net for information. A donation of $10.00 is requested. Please R.s.v.p. To Jerry Weyrauch.

15. Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church, RCCAtl member, will serve as New Baptist Covenant II’s anchor site, hosting worship services and breakout sessions that will be broadcast via satellite to various host cities across the nation. Host cities will provide additional programming and coordinate a day of local mission opportunities on November 19. Subscribe to the email newsletter to receive the latest updates. Click Here for Atlanta Event Details

16. Make a difference in your holiday giving this year! Mt. Carmel United Methodist in Norcross will host a Fair Trade Gift Sale using SERRV and Equal Exchange products. These unique and handcrafted items support artisans and farmers in developing countries. Fill your home and kitchen with authentic décor, handmade dishware, and stunning handcrafted baskets. Adorn yourself with gorgeous fair trade jewelry, scarves, and baskets. Indulge in delicious Divine Chocolate and Equal Exchange’s gourmet coffee (supports UMCOR Coffee Project). Sunday, November 20 from 2-5:30pm, Mt. Carmel UMC, 5100 South Old Peachtree Road, Norcross, 770-449-4498, www.mtcarmel-umc.org

17. For the fourteenth holiday season, The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany presents an exhibit of over 250 nativity scenes from around the world. Saturday, November 26 and Sunday, November 27 and from Wednesday November 30 through Sunday, December 4. Many of the nativities are accompanied by scriptural quotes and hymn texts. Admission: $5.00 for adults; $4.00 for Seniors & Students, Children under 12 free, 2089 Ponce de Leon Avenue, NE.

18. A Season of Hope in a Time of Despair is the theme of the Advent revival at Central United Methodist Church starting Wednesday, November 30 with Rev. Dr. Michael McQueen, St. James UMC, Alpharetta. On Thursday, December 1, Rev. Dr. Marvin Moss of Cascade UMC will preach. Friday Kevin Murriel from Antioch UMC in Fairburn will preach. All services begin at 7 p.m. Dinner will be served from 5-6:30, $5 adults, $4 children, $1 six and under with a family cap of $15. Central United Methodist Church is at 501-7 Mitchell St. S.W., Atlanta 30314. You can call the church at 404-524-4263

19. An interfaith meditation service will be held at Unity North Atlanta Church in Marietta, 4255 Sandy Plains Rd., November 30, 7:30 p.m. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about and then practice meditation in the Quaker, Sufi and Buddhist traditions. There will be a potluck dinner at 6:30pm for those wishing to bring a dish to share. Admission is by donation. Information at www.unitynorth.org.

20. The whole community is invited to a country music Christmas concert with popular singer/song writer Pat Terry on Sunday, December 4, at 7 p.m., Ray-Thomas Memorial Presbyterian Church, 4644 Sandy Plains Road, Marietta 30066. There will be a free will offering in support of the Community Food Bank at the church and any non-perishable food donations will be gratefully accepted. The ministry serves the Cobb-Fulton-Cherokee tri-county area and receives regular referrals from Cobb County school social workers, MUST Ministries and more. The church’s website is www.rtmchurch.org. Terry’s website http://www.patterryonline.com/ has a youtube page where you can hear a sample.

21. Georgia Alliance to End Homelessness 2011 Children and Youth Summit is coming up December 5. Critical Issues Facing Special Needs and At-Risk Children and Youth. Registration is at http://www.cviog.uga.edu/dbhdd/pss.php Select Homelessness & Youth: Trauma & Domestic Violence, Solutions to Reduce Homelessness on the form.

22. Presbytery of Greater Atlanta Eighteenth Annual Christmas Concert A Multicultural Celebration of Christmas will be on Sunday, December 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church, 1400 Killian Hill Rd. Lilburn 30047

23. Make Plans to Attend the Cobb Faith Partnership Holiday Meeting on Wednesday, December 14, at Turner Chapel AME Church, 492 North Marietta Parkway, Marietta. Lunch will start at 11:30a.m. …a special holiday meal with turkey and all the trimmings! Networking, information sharing, planning for the Annual Cobb Ministries Forum, recycle cellphones and ink cartridges and unneeded office supplies. For information email info@cobbfaithpartnership.org. CFP is now on Facebook.

24. The Cathedral Book Store is pleased to announce that Richard Rohr will return to the Cathedral of St. Philip on January 12, 2012. Mark your calendar for this lecture, discussion period, and book signing. The well known transformative author, speaker and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation has just published Falling Upward. More information closer to date.

25. Did you know that Georgia ranks sixth in the nation for men killing women? Save the date for Stop Violence Against Women Day, Feb. 2, Central Presbyterian Church, Georgia Coalition against Domestic Violence, Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault, Georgia Commission on Family Violence.

26. Cobb County Senior Services has a caregiver voucher program called Share The Care (STC). The STC program provides limited financial assistance to caregivers who are caring for a loved one medically diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or related Dementia. This program provides assistance with minor home repair, medical supplies and respite services. For more information please call Margie Castillo-Carbaugh 770-528-5364.

Join Twitter and follow us as we tweet the Bible one chapter at a time. We are @RCCAtl

Our magnificent mailing list services are now kindly donated by combinework.com

Peace,

Ethel Ware Carter

Regional Council of Churches of Atlanta

404-538-0246

ecarter@rccatl.org

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