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Week of 24 February, 2018
Saturday - 2/24
8:00 AM - 10:00 AMMormor Crepes

Contact  Annie Parker
Aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesKitchen


9:00 AM - 12:00 PMKM

Contact  Robert Gayer
robertgayer@me.com
Available Rooms & SpacesWalden Room


Those interested in joining this intermediate meditation group should contact Bob Gayer at robertgayer@me.com.


10:00 AM - 12:00 PMDIG (Doing It Green) Work Day

Contact  Robert Blinn
robertcblinn@gmail.com

DIG, our “Doing It Green” volunteer church grounds-keeping team, schedules work days every second Thursday and every last Saturday of each month. Everyone welcome! Bring work gloves.


10:00 AM - 12:00 PMKol Ami Shabbat

Contact  Herb Cooper-Levy
herbcl1@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel
Youth Room


10:00 AM - 4:30 PMBangla School

http://dcbanglaschool.org/
Contact  Shamim Chowdhury
bccdi@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10
Room 5
Room 6
Room 7
Room 8


The Bangla school offers classes to Bengali and non-Bengali families and individuals interested in learning about Bangla culture and heritage. 


10:30 AM - 12:00 PMEnglish Improvement Class

Contact  Ric Blacksten
hricblacksten@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 12


The UUCA ESOL program provides free classes and conversation sessions geared to adult foreigners who are fairly proficient in English speaking and writing but seek language enrichment, grammar improvement, accent reduction, plus increased knowledge of American culture and idioms. Teacher-led classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Conversation-only sessions are offered on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. 

 ESOL includes an email-based English Writing Improvement Program assigns English writing coaches to those wishing to have their writing reviewed and improved. This is an evolving program that might include face-to-face meetings in person or via the Internet.

 ESOL also serves to introduce students to Unitarian Universalism and its place among other religions. ESOL students sometimes attend UUCAVA events and have even become members or friends.

 ESOL volunteer teachers and facilitators find their participation a joy rather than a burden, but occasionally we experience the need for new volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering in any way, please contact Ric Blacksten (ESOL Chair), 703.980.5899, hricblacksten@gmail.com.



12:00 PM - 4:30 PMBangla School

http://dcbanglaschool.org/
Contact  Shamim Chowdhury
bccdi@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


The Bangla school offers classes to Bengali and non-Bengali families and individuals interested in learning about Bangla culture and heritage. 


4:30 PM - 11:00 PMChalice Theater Tech Week and Opening Weekend Greenroom

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room


7:30 PM - 10:00 PMChalice Theater Performance of Peter and The Starcatcher

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3323720
Contact  Tom O'Reilly
toreljr@gmail.com

Chalice Theater presents Peter and the Starcatcher over three weekends, including both matinees and evening performances: February 23/24/25, and March 2/3/4 and 9/10/11. 

The show was nominated for nine Tony Awards in 2017, winning in the “best original score” category. It also won ”Favorite Play” in the Broadway.com “Audience Choice” awards. The family-friendly story provides a hilarious look at the century-old story of The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up (a.k.a. Peter Pan), complete with bumbling pirates, hula-dancing mermaids, and a Neverland filled with surprises. 

Chalice Theatre is a program within the Creative Arts Ministry of UUCA. Peter and the Starcatcher is the 22nd major production; other shows include such musical favorites as Oklahoma!, Children of Eden, and Seussical, the Musical, to name just a few.

Tickets are available at: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3323720



8:00 PM - 9:30 PMAA

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room


Sunday - 2/25
9:15 AM - 1:00 PMSunday Connections Circle

Contact  Sarah Masters
dircl@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room


Quiet, informal alternative to Coffee Hour in Fellowship Hall.  Volunteers can answer questions about Unitarian Universalism, UUCA, and activities.  Great for newcomers and those who want a chance to visit in a calmer environment.



10:30 AM - 11:00 AMChalice Choir

Contact  Bea Ann Phillips
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


10:30 AM - 11:15 AMBellissimo Handbell Choir Rehearsal

Contact  Ken Bissell
ken.bissell@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesMusic Studio


Bellissimo is a multi-generational group open to everyone Grade 3 through adult, and no previous handbell experience is required. 



11:15 AM - 12:30 PMSunday Worship & Religious Education

http://www.uucava.org/
Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary


11:15 AM - 12:30 PMYouth Group

http://www.uucava.org/
Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room


12:30 PM - 1:00 PMTrUUbadours

Contact  Bea Ann Phillips
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


12:30 PM - 3:00 PMYoung Adults Brunch

Contact  Rev. Julian Adams
JulianA@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room


1:00 PM - 1:45 PMYouth Choir

Contact  Bea Ann Phillips
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


3:00 PM - 4:30 PMASPAN Bagged Lunch Program

Contact  Ken Perkins-Gough
ken.perkins-gough@comcast.net
Available Rooms & SpacesKitchen


3:30 PM - 6:00 PMChalice Theater Performance of Peter and The Starcatcher

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3323720
Contact  Tom O'Reilly
toreljr@gmail.com

Chalice Theater presents Peter and the Starcatcher over three weekends, including both matinees and evening performances: February 23/24/25, and March 2/3/4 and 9/10/11. 

The show was nominated for nine Tony Awards in 2017, winning in the “best original score” category. It also won ”Favorite Play” in the Broadway.com “Audience Choice” awards. The family-friendly story provides a hilarious look at the century-old story of The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up (a.k.a. Peter Pan), complete with bumbling pirates, hula-dancing mermaids, and a Neverland filled with surprises. 

Chalice Theatre is a program within the Creative Arts Ministry of UUCA. Peter and the Starcatcher is the 22nd major production; other shows include such musical favorites as Oklahoma!, Children of Eden, and Seussical, the Musical, to name just a few.

Tickets are available at: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3323720



5:00 PM - 6:30 PMKol Ami Purim

Contact  Herb Cooper-Levy
herbcl1@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesFellowship Hall


6:00 PM - 7:30 PMSunday Sanity Meeting

Contact  Donnice Benford
703 568 9122
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room


7:30 PM - 9:00 PMAA
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 12


Monday - 2/26
 NEWSLETTER DEADLINE @ NOON

Contact  Mary Ann Bolton
maryann@uucava.org

How to submit an announcement to UUCA's Connections newsletter: 
  • Deadline is noon each Monday. Publication is on each Wednesday.
  • Please put "Connections" or "newsletter" in the subject box.
  • Send announcement (150 words or fewer) in body of email or Word doc attachment.
  • Images and attachments accepted, though no guarantee of publishing
  • Send announcements to pubasst@uucava.org.
  • Questions about Connections? Contact MaryAnn@uucava.org.

See our newsletter archive here.



6:30 PM - 7:30 PMYoga Class

Contact  Rita Naomi Moran
info@ritanaomi.com
Available Rooms & SpacesFellowship Hall


This class offers a form of movement that is particularly well-suited for meditation.  You'll explore practices that will energize and strengthen you, help you release deep-seated tension and cultivate a sense of presence and well-being. The class is designed to be inclusive for all levels of yoga, from new to experienced. 

Class begins as 6:30 and ends at 7:20, giving you time to gently transition to the guided meditation with Jonathan at 7:30.

This class is offered freely so that no one is denied access to the practices. Your donation helps cover the cost of the room and supports the teacher.

Contact Rita Moran at 301-452-8924 or info@ritanaomi.com



6:30 PM - 8:00 PMS.M.A.R.T.
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10


7:00 PM - 8:00 PMDebtors Anonymous (DA)

Contact  Barbara Gilligan
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)


7:00 PM - 8:00 PMSilent Meditation

Contact  .Sue Ellen Swatt
Available Rooms & SpacesWalden Room


7:00 PM - 8:30 PM5th Grade OWL Parent Orientation

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room


7:00 PM - 9:00 PMAllyship Planning Meeting

Contact  Alex Ziehm
alexandraziehm92@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room


7:30 PM - 9:00 PMBuddhist Meditation Class

Contact  Bob Gayer
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary


meditation mindfulnessClasses focus on sitting and walking meditation, different aspects of the Buddha’s teachings, and how to bring the practice into everyday life. Classes generally include a guided meditation, a dharma talk and/or experiential exercise. While the classes complement one another, they are also structured as independent from each other – i.e., whatever class you are able to attend should be informative and useful in and of itself. No fee, but donations accepted. Instructor is Jonathan Foust of the Insight Meditation Community of  Washington. See Jonathan's website for more information and class schedule here.


8:45 PM - 9:30 PMBuddhist After-Class Discussion and Mindful Dialog Group

Contact  Bob Gayer
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom


Ray Manyoky and Tara Cassidy host a discussion group right after class.  This is a wonderful way to reflect and share on your personal practice and connect with like-minded people.  The group starts about 8:50 and ends by 9:30. 



Tuesday - 2/27
10:00 AM - 12:00 PMSoul Matters and Gentle Yoga with Dana Cook and Laura Mazzarella

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.



6:00 PM - 6:50 PMCrescendo Handbell Choir Rehearsal

Contact  Ken Bissell
ken.bissell@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesMusic Studio


Crescendo is an intermediate ensemble open to everyone with handbell experience. Anyone interested should contact the Director of Handbells, Ken Bissell at 703 622-2849 or by email at kenbhandbells@aol.com

 

 



6:00 PM - 8:00 PMCovenant Group Facilitator Strategy Team Meeting

Contact  Nancy Schroll
nschroll07@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room


7:00 PM - 8:30 PMPolymnia Handbell Choir Rehearsal

Contact  Ken Bissell
ken.bissell@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesMusic Studio


The Polymnia Handbell Choir is a more advanced group of handbell ringers who ring for our services and concerts, as well as for other churches and organizations. They also regularly attend festivals sponsored by the Handbell Musicians of America and other organizations. 


7:00 PM - 9:00 PMAllyship In Action Covenant Group with McGennis Williams and Alex Ziehm

Contact  Alex Ziehm
alexandraziehm92@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)


We are excited to be opening up registration for our three Allyship in Action (AIA) covenant groups which will start in January. These groups are only available to people who have taken the Allyship Workshop, and there are a limited number of spaces available since each of the groups will be capped at ten people.

Service Never Sleeps (SNS) developed this AIA group model to facilitate a broader and deeper dive into Allyship. Joining an AIA group will provide you with the opportunity to proactively exercise Allyship in a structured group setting of accountability and support. UUCA will be offering three AIA groups which will be focused on using Allyship to dismantle white supremacy. The AIA groups will be led by UUCA members who have been trained by SNS to lead AIA groups. The AIA groups will last for six months, and are expected to engage at least monthly. Together, you and your AIA group will grow in your ongoing Allyship journeys, and drive effective action towards anti-racism. In addition to the monthly AIA group meetings, there will be an AIA kickoff meeting on Sunday, January 14th from 1-5pm at UUCA which will provide a deeper dive into white surpremacy, and will allow AIA groups to start discussing what you want to accomplish on your Allyship journey over the next six months. 



7:00 PM - 9:00 PMBeer, Pizza, Questions about the Universe

Contact  Julian Adams
juliana@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesFellowship Hall


7:15 PM - 9:15 PMSoul Matters with Gerda Keiswetter and Mary Pike

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 19 - OWL Room


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.



7:30 PM - 9:00 PMEnglish Improvement Class

Contact  Ric Blacksten
hricblacksten@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 12


The UUCA ESOL program provides free classes and conversation sessions geared to adult foreigners who are fairly proficient in English speaking and writing but seek language enrichment, grammar improvement, accent reduction, plus increased knowledge of American culture and idioms. Teacher-led classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Conversation-only sessions are offered on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. 

 ESOL includes an email-based English Writing Improvement Program assigns English writing coaches to those wishing to have their writing reviewed and improved. This is an evolving program that might include face-to-face meetings in person or via the Internet.

 ESOL also serves to introduce students to Unitarian Universalism and its place among other religions. ESOL students sometimes attend UUCAVA events and have even become members or friends.

 ESOL volunteer teachers and facilitators find their participation a joy rather than a burden, but occasionally we experience the need for new volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering in any way, please contact Ric Blacksten (ESOL Chair), 703.980.5899, hricblacksten@gmail.com.



7:30 PM - 9:00 PMNominating Committee Candidate Interviews

Contact  Bill Turner
dc_billturner@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 16


7:30 PM - 9:00 PMTransmissions

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary


A healing service and sound meditation for reflection and spiritual deepening. Come for an evening of contemplative meditation, with music, chanting, and silence. Attendees may bring a yoga mat, pillow, or blanket. Freewill donations accepted. ($20 suggested) 



8:00 PM - 9:00 PMAA
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room


Wednesday - 2/28
10:30 AM - 12:30 PMPACE #945

Contact  Judy Itkin
pace.registrar@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


1:00 PM - 2:00 PMStaff Meeting

Contact  Tamara Srader
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom


3:00 PM - 4:00 PMWorship Team

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom


7:00 PM - 8:30 PM5th Grade OWL Parent Orientation

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room


7:00 PM - 9:00 PMMusic Committee Meeting

Contact  Phyllis Liner
pgl1226@aol.com
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room


7:00 PM - 10:00 PMThe Soul of Aging

Contact  David McTaggart
dmctagg@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room


"The Soul of Aging"

The Soul of Aging is a 10-session small-group reflection group for people who wish to explore, understand and be transformed by the aging process. The Soul of Aging is an offering of UUCA's small-group ministry. It comprises of 10-12 meeting in covenant doing reflective inner work around the challenges, joys, and possibilities of aging. Twenty-three UUCAers have completed the program thus far, and virtually all of them have found it to be richly rewarding. The sessions are on Wednesdays beginning February 7. For details on the program and dates, click here. Register with David McTaggart at 703-835-6944 or dmctagg@gmail.com.



7:15 PM - 8:45 PMSoul Matters in Spanish with Rony Mohram

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.



7:30 PM - 9:00 PMEnglish Improvement Class

Contact  Ric Blacksten
hricblacksten@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 12


The UUCA ESOL program provides free classes and conversation sessions geared to adult foreigners who are fairly proficient in English speaking and writing but seek language enrichment, grammar improvement, accent reduction, plus increased knowledge of American culture and idioms. Teacher-led classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Conversation-only sessions are offered on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. 

 ESOL includes an email-based English Writing Improvement Program assigns English writing coaches to those wishing to have their writing reviewed and improved. This is an evolving program that might include face-to-face meetings in person or via the Internet.

 ESOL also serves to introduce students to Unitarian Universalism and its place among other religions. ESOL students sometimes attend UUCAVA events and have even become members or friends.

 ESOL volunteer teachers and facilitators find their participation a joy rather than a burden, but occasionally we experience the need for new volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering in any way, please contact Ric Blacksten (ESOL Chair), 703.980.5899, hricblacksten@gmail.com.



7:30 PM - 9:00 PMSilent Meditation

Contact  Jim Strube
emacs.1@juno.com
Available Rooms & SpacesWalden Room


Thursday - 3/1
10:30 AM - 12:00 PMQigong

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


Qigong is an ancient approach for achieving balance and vitality. The movements are gentle and can be done sitting, standing, or lying down. Qigong will meet in the Center from 10:30-Noon on Thursdays. Wear comfortable clothing. $10 suggested donation. Instructor: Carol Baker, Registered Nurse. No registration required, but appreciated. For more information, contact Carol at Bakerstrac@aol.com.


5:00 PM - 9:00 PMPrivate Guitar Lessons with Eric Waters

http://www.watersguitar.com/
Contact  Eric Waters
info@watersmusicdesign.com
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room


7:00 PM - 8:00 PMPasta-Making Class with Kate Gallup

Contact  Kate Gallup
gallupk@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 6
Room 8


7:15 PM - 9:00 PMClerestory Choir Rehearsal

Contact  Mimi Bornstein
mimib@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary


Clerestory Choir Rehearses regularly on Thursdays at 7:15 p.m. For more information, contact UUCA Director of Music Mimi Bornstein at mimib@uucava.org.


7:30 PM - 9:00 PMEnglish Improvement Class

Contact  Ric Blacksten
hricblacksten@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 12


The UUCA ESOL program provides free classes and conversation sessions geared to adult foreigners who are fairly proficient in English speaking and writing but seek language enrichment, grammar improvement, accent reduction, plus increased knowledge of American culture and idioms. Teacher-led classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Conversation-only sessions are offered on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. 

 ESOL includes an email-based English Writing Improvement Program assigns English writing coaches to those wishing to have their writing reviewed and improved. This is an evolving program that might include face-to-face meetings in person or via the Internet.

 ESOL also serves to introduce students to Unitarian Universalism and its place among other religions. ESOL students sometimes attend UUCAVA events and have even become members or friends.

 ESOL volunteer teachers and facilitators find their participation a joy rather than a burden, but occasionally we experience the need for new volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering in any way, please contact Ric Blacksten (ESOL Chair), 703.980.5899, hricblacksten@gmail.com.



7:30 PM - 9:00 PMSoul Matters with Linda Battaglini and Pam Huffman

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 14


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.



Friday - 3/2
12:30 PM - 2:30 PMMoroccan American Community Organization
Available Rooms & SpacesFellowship Hall


7:30 PM - 10:00 PMChalice Theater Performance of Peter and The Starcatcher

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3323720
Contact  Tom O'Reilly
toreljr@gmail.com

Chalice Theater presents Peter and the Starcatcher over three weekends, including both matinees and evening performances: February 23/24/25, and March 2/3/4 and 9/10/11. 

The show was nominated for nine Tony Awards in 2017, winning in the “best original score” category. It also won ”Favorite Play” in the Broadway.com “Audience Choice” awards. The family-friendly story provides a hilarious look at the century-old story of The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up (a.k.a. Peter Pan), complete with bumbling pirates, hula-dancing mermaids, and a Neverland filled with surprises. 

Chalice Theatre is a program within the Creative Arts Ministry of UUCA. Peter and the Starcatcher is the 22nd major production; other shows include such musical favorites as Oklahoma!, Children of Eden, and Seussical, the Musical, to name just a few.

Tickets are available at: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3323720



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