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Bundaberg QLD 4670
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19 August 2019

Principal’s Reflection

Principal’s Reflection

I was lucky enough to spend last weekend in Brisbane with about 90 of our students who were participating in the Catholic Schools Music Festival. This is a huge annual event which features Choirs, Ensembles, Orchestras, Rock Bands, Marching Bands and so much more. It is a fantastic event. Our students, again, were magnificent and a credit to the talented staff who work so hard with them. The Music Department at Shalom is one of the real gems of the College. At events such as the Catholic Schools Music Festival it is very evident that our students are able to achieve standards that are very comparable to students who attend so many schools perceived as being more prestigious in Brisbane and beyond. It was a reminder to me to the great opportunities our students at Shalom are regularly offered. It is also a reminder of what a good town Bundaberg is in which to live. Without having to outlay the costs of schooling considerably greater than the fees at Shalom or deal with the frustrations of metropolitan traffic or having to travel great distances to participate in sporting and cultural activities, our young men and women have so much on offer in Bundy. It is a great place to raise a family. I have often sung the praises of the music staff at Shalom. The weekend past is certainly another reminder of how lucky we are to have such a great group of professionals who work with our students and who seem to just love what they do. In a similar vein, if you are able to drop into the Bundaberg Art Gallery over the next few weeks, there will be some wonderful Art Works on display from Shalom students and secondary students throughout the region at the ‘Emerge’ exhibit. The opening of this event will be Friday night from 5.30pm. Great work to all involved.

I was lucky enough to spend last weekend in Brisbane with about 90 of our students who were participating in the Catholic Schools Music Festival. This is a huge annual event which features Choirs, Ensembles, Orchestras, Rock Bands, Marching Bands and so much more. It is a fantastic event. Our students, again, were magnificent and a credit to the talented staff who work so hard with them. The Music Department at Shalom is one of the real gems of the College. At events such as the Catholic Schools Music Festival it is very evident that our students are able to achieve standards that are very comparable to students who attend so many schools perceived as being more prestigious in Brisbane and beyond. It was a reminder to me to the great opportunities our students at Shalom are regularly offered. It is also a reminder of what a good town Bundaberg is in which to live. Without having to outlay the costs of schooling considerably greater than the fees at Shalom or deal with the frustrations of metropolitan traffic or having to travel great distances to participate in sporting and cultural activities, our young men and women have so much on offer in Bundy. It is a great place to raise a family. I have often sung the praises of the music staff at Shalom. The weekend past is certainly another reminder of how lucky we are to have such a great group of professionals who work with our students and who seem to just love what they do. In a similar vein, if you are able to drop into the Bundaberg Art Gallery over the next few weeks, there will be some wonderful Art Works on display from Shalom students and secondary students throughout the region at the ‘Emerge’ exhibit. The opening of this event will be Friday night from 5.30pm.

Great work to all involved.

Mr Dan McMahon
Principal
McmahonD@shalomcollege.com

Newsletter Articles

Shalom Day

Shalom Day is on this Thursday 22 August. Have you asked your grandparents to come along? The arrangements for the day have changed as Bishop Michael is keen to attend. The Liturgy, that grandparents are invited to, will now be at 10 am. This will be followed by Morning Tea and the Jazz Band performing their favourite pieces.

Students are able to wear free dress for the day as there will be no classes. We ask that everyone bring a gold coin for the privilege and this money will go to charities and causes decided by each House. Appropriate dress please – no short shorts, crop tops or singlet tops. Closed in shoes need to be worn also.

Program for Shalom Day

8:40 to 9:50

House Dance Practice

10:00 to 11:00

Liturgy followed by plaque presentations

for long serving staff

11:00 to 11:30

Distribution of Cake then tuckshop will be open,

drinks and muffins will be available for purchase

(no hot food will be available until second break)

and the Jazz Band will entertain us.

11:30 to 12:30

Shalom’s Got Talent

12:30 to 1:00

Lunch (Pizza will be available

to purchase from the tuckshop)

1:00 to 1:50

House Dance Practice

1:55 to 2:50

Dance Competition

8:40 to 9:50

House Dance Practice

10:00 to 11:00

Liturgy followed by plaque presentations

for long serving staff

11:00 to 11:30

Distribution of Cake then tuckshop will be open,

drinks and muffins will be available for purchase

(no hot food will be available until second break)

and the Jazz Band will entertain us.

11:30 to 12:30

Shalom’s Got Talent

12:30 to 1:00

Lunch (Pizza will be available

to purchase from the tuckshop)

1:00 to 1:50

House Dance Practice

1:55 to 2:50

Dance Competition

Date changes

Due to changes that had to be made within our academic program we have moved the date of our Academic Awards evening to Wednesday 13 November.

The Year 12 Graduation Liturgy and Morning Tea is as stated in the calendar, Thursday 14 November. Traditionally we have started the Liturgy at 9am but this year we will commence at 10 am, followed by a Morning Tea in the Performing Arts Precinct.

The Year 9 and 10 Reflection Days, with David and Katie Kobler from Choicez, are now on 4 and 5 September and the Parent Information Night is Wednesday 4 September. Year 10 will attend on 4 September and Year 9 on 5 September.

Mrs Mary Taylor
Assistant Principal – Mission
Mary_Taylor@shalomcollege.com

Curriculum

Year 8 and 9 students and their parents

Date claimer

The 2020 Middle School Subject Selection evening will be held on Tuesday 20 August.

The meeting for students and parents of Year 9 students selecting choices for Year 10 2020 will commence at 6pm.

The meeting for students and parents of Year 8 students selecting choices for Year 9 2020 will commence at 7pm.

Ms Katherine Nelson
Assistant Principal – Curriculum
nelsonk@shalomcollege.com

Year 11 ACTS Camp

On 7 of August, 4 year 11 Shalom College students, Jasmine, Brooklyn, Rylee and myself commenced the beginning of the three-day leadership camp known as ACTS, meaning A Chance To Serve. Before we even arrived at camp we met new friends when we picked up the students from Chanel College in Gladstone. The intention of this camp was to develop and refine the qualities and aspects of becoming a leader in preparation for year 12 next year. Over the course of the three days, we all had the opportunity to participate in a series of activities, games and lectures promoting the change in perspectives of what it means to work as a team and furthermore what it really means to be a leader.

Throughout the camp, each of our skills were put to the test as we applied different methods of teamwork and collaborative approaches to tasks and challenges. Through these tasks/activities we learnt many very valuable lessons. For example, through a team lego-building activity (which was harder than it sounds) we discovered the true role of a leader – that “leaders are those who build”, that leaders must build themselves up, their own confidence, persistence and strengths and then build up those around them to be successful. We also learnt that to build yourself up you need to spend time with people who encourage you to be a better person and who make you feel good, people that build you up and don’t bring you down.

But it wasn’t all hard work and serious sessions; we also got to have heaps of fun with loads of new friends our age from across the diocese, be that playing table tennis, chatting at meal times (which by the way, included great food and at dinner included a special visit from Bishop Michael himself) or having an impromptu rave outside the cabins. And even though ACTS is primarily about leadership, we also had some great opportunities to reflect and connect with our faith and share with those around us.

ACTS was truly an amazing experience and us year 11s that attended really cannot recommend it enough – to the future year 11s, please do yourselves a favour and grab this opportunity with both hands. Already, what we’ve learnt has been helpful in our everyday lives and will hopefully continue to shape us as leaders as we move into year 12.

So on behalf of all four of us who attended this year, I’d like to thank Mr McMahon, Mrs Taylor, our teachers and our bus drivers Mr Aplin and Mr Earnshaw, all staff involved with the planning, organisation and smooth running of the camp and last but not least the amazing Mrs Petersen – thank you for taking such good care of us. We are so grateful for this wonderful experience; I know it’s one we will all remember and cherish for many years to come.

Shalom and Chanel

Bishop Michael

Brooklyn, Eryn, Jasmine and Rylee
Year 11 Students

Absentees

FOR ALL ABSENTEES

Preferred option is Email absentees@shalomcollege.com or Phone Absentee line 41558181

ALL student absentees should be notified to the office by 9am each day. If no notification has been received, an absentee text message will be sent out to parents to advise of the student’s absence.

Readers Cup Competition

A great day was held at Gin Gin SHS on Friday with the Wide Bay competition (Years 9 and 10) for the Children’s Book Council of Australia’s Readers Cup Competition.

Two Shalom teams competed

Shalom Black – Lucy Alcorn, Maegan Bowden, Charlie Aslett and Aleisha Woodcroft
Shalom Red – Caila Maracic, Flynn Ingall, Lana Vollmerhause and Ethan Sologinkin

After 6 very competitive rounds there was a tie for first and a tie for second. Shalom Red was tied for second so the competition went to a knockout round where Shalom Red were narrowly beaten by half a point into fourth place by Isis SHS. First was James Nash and second Xavier College.

Both teams had worked really hard, represented the school beautifully and were a credit to all of us here at Shalom.

In preparing over the last 8 weeks the students have read five set novels:

Catching Teller Crow, The Book of Dust, Lenny’s Book of Everything, The Undercurrent and The Things That Will Not Stand.

Congratulations to all students involved for giving up many lunchtimes and much of their spare time to devote to reading and discussing these books in great detail.

Shalom Black

Shalom Red

Miss Wendy Davis
Librarian/English Teacher
Wendy_Davis@shalomcollege.com

Pathways

Try A Trade Day

Last Tuesday a number of students from Years 9 & 10 participated in a Try A Trade day held at the Bundaberg TAFE College along with students from other schools in the Bundaberg region. The objective of day was for students to rotate through a number of practical experiences from Bricklaying, Electrical, Plumbing and Carpentry areas. 'Tradies' demonstrated the various trades, then students 'worked' in the respective areas using a variety of tools and equipment associated with that particular trade area.

Through the link developed with Construction Skills Queensland it was possible for the students, who attended, to gain a valuable insight to some of the trade areas which will allow them to make a better choice for their future career path.

Thank you to Mr Mick Zardus for his supervision and the Manual Arts Department for recruitment of students.

Students thinking about going into a trade, should involve themselves in some work experience during their school holidays to develop skills and really find out what the trade area is like. Work experience is an opportunity to gain industry specific skills, employability skills and to build their resume. The work experience booklet will provide instructions and guidance on securing work experience placements.

Literacy and Numeracy Skills for Australian Apprenticeships & Traineeships

When starting an apprenticeship or traineeship, you won’t be expected to have specific skills and experience in the industry – you learn this on the job and through your training. However, this doesn’t mean you don’t need any skills at all before starting!

Literacy and numeracy skills are important for everyone, but they are sometimes underrated by people looking at apprenticeships and traineeships. The training for Australian Apprenticeships requires both literacy and numeracy, but in ways that are specific to your job.

For example, someone starting a traineeship in retail will need to be able to deal with money, but in carpentry, you will need to understand lengths and angles. Different occupations might require different types of literacy numeracy skills. Across all areas, reading, writing and verbal communication will be important as you learn your job.

The Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service have developed short online quizzes to help you self-assess your literacy and numeracy skills. The questions are related to an industry you might be looking to do an apprenticeship or traineeship in. For example, you will get different questions depending on whether you do the Animal Care and Management quiz, compared to the Electrotechnology quiz.

These quizzes will help you understand the types of literacy and numeracy skills you might need when starting an apprenticeship or traineeship in the industry you choose. Once you finish the quiz you will see what questions you got right and wrong, and your score. You will also get information about what your next steps might be. This could include focusing on your literacy and numeracy skills or starting job hunting.

To explore these different tests and quizzes go to link below

https://www.aapathways.com.au/literacy-and-numeracy-quizzes

University News

Open Days

24 Aug University of Southern Queensland, Ipswich

https://www.usq.edu.au/events/2019/07/usq-open-days-2019

25 Aug James Cook University, Cairns

https://www.jcu.edu.au/open-day

The Pathways Team
Mrs Liza O’Donnell & Mrs Kathy Laing
Liza_ODonnell@shalomcollege.com
LaingK@shalomcollege.com

https://shalomcollegefamilyzone.eventbrite.com.au/

Quiet Achiever

Dylan Goni

Our quiet achiever in Lingiari this week is Year 12 student Dylan Goni.

Dylan is heavily involved with House Activities and all aspects of sport. Around the Lingiari area Dylan is respected as an individual who does not say much, but sets a fantastic behavioural and social example for the younger students. He takes his studies seriously and has been a great asset for Lingiari House for the past six years.

Mr Jason Baulch
Lingiari House Coordinator
Jason_Baulch@shalomcollege.com

Instrumental Music

QCMF (Queensland Catholic Music Festival)

There will be a report in the next newsletter.

You Raise Me Up Concert

The Shalom vocal ensemble is combining with Vocal Affinity, my community youth vocal group, to sing at a concert being organised by Suellen Cusack-Greensill. The concert will be in the Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 23 August starting at 7.00pm. Tickets are available from ‘Bout Time Music. This will be a beautiful concert of solos, duets and instrumental performances.

Shalom College vocal ensemble and Vocal Affinity who will perform at the You Raise Me Up Concert

Absenteeism

If your child/ren are unable to attend a rehearsal, please send an email to the conductor or to myself and I will forward. Thank you to parents who are very vigilant with this.

Please do not hesitate to contact me for any query in relation to the Instrumental Music Department.

Mrs Robyn Edgar
Instrumental Music Coordinator
edgarr@shalomcollege.com

Tourism Excursion

Is Noosa a sustainable destination? That was the driving question behind our recent Year 11 Tourism excursion which saw us investigate the sustainable model Noosa and the surrounding area is currently adopting. Some of their initiatives include:

Plastic free Noosa – working with stakeholders to reduce Noosa’s plastic footprint
Noosa Country Drive – dispersing visitors away from the main attractions of Noosa to bring economic growth to regional towns
Noosa Waste Warriors – educating tourists to divert waste from landfill
Noosa Biosphere – funding big projects to enhance biodiversity and conservation

Shalom students were treated to a wonderful presentation by Noosa Shire Council’s first and ONLY dedicated council sustainability department in Australia, along with a tour of the Noosa Visitor Centre and a talk with the Original Eumundi Markets administrators around their programs which include a worm farm run by the Eumundi State School and the ‘Back to Tap’ campaign which offers fillable filtered water stations for patrons of the market.

Overall, the students gained an understanding of eco-tourism principles and the growing trend towards sustainable and ethical tourism and extended their knowledge of the 3 Pillars of Sustainability (the Economic, Cultural and Environmental viability of tourism).

A big thanks to Mr Kaufusi for driving us down and entertaining us with his riddles and singing!

Students listening to the presentation by Noosa Shire Council

Eumundi Market

Noosa foreshore

Mrs Penny McKeown
Tourism Teacher
Penny_McKeown@shalomcollege.com

Chess Action

“Chess doesn’t drive people mad, it keeps mad people sane.” – Bill Hartston

On 13 August, Shalom sent two teams to compete in the Wide Bay North Inter-School Chess Challenge. Both teams enjoyed a fun day competing in the elegant yet sometimes brutal arena of chess.

The Shalom Black team of Josef Baumgartner, Nicholas Whitelum, Keagan Geyer and Lachlan McIntosh (pictured below), finished second overall on the day and were awarded silver medals for their impressive performances. In addition, Josef Baumgartner, Nicholas Whitelum and Keagan Geyer won Merit ribbons for their individual performances. Nicholas and Keagan both won 5 games out of 7 on the day while Josef won 4 games and played a draw.

Nicholas Whitelum, Josef Baumgartner, Lachlan McIntosh and Keagan Geyer

The Shalom Red ‘young guns’ of Kyan Kelly, Vivian Blemings, Jack Meissner and Seth Gayton competed valiantly with each winning their share of games. With three of these players in Yr 7 and the other in Yr 9, this will be a team of boys to watch in the future.

A chess competition is held every term with the Term 4 challenge being the ‘money round’ where prizemoney is awarded to winners. It is important to note, however, that this competition is designed for the development of players and hence caters for beginners as well as the more experienced player.

If you would like to be involved in the noble pursuit of chess, Chess Club is held every Tuesday in Beerarlem Library. We would love to see players of all abilities participate. We hope to see you there.

Mr Brendan Maher
Chess Coordinator
MaherB@shalomcollege.com

Gym Closed Wednesday Afternoons-Term 3

The gym will be closed to students of a Wednesday afternoon for the duration of Term 3. This is due to Oztag, All Schools Touch and Winter Sport commitments for coaches and supervisors. We do encourage students wishing to be active of a Wednesday afternoon to participate in the myriad of sports being offered at Shalom College. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

Mrs Kim O’Shea-Hard
Assistant Principal Administration – Staff
hardk@shalomcollege.com

Shalom Social

Ten Pin Bowling Inter School Challenge 2019

On Sunday 11 August 6 shalom students participated in the Ten Pin Bowling Inter School Challenge for 2019. Shalom’s two teams were:

Team 1Eamon Vincent, Seth Gayton, Jackson Rand
Team 2Devon Nierla, Ricky Holt, Adam Beveridge

Shalom Teams competed against 4 other teams in Bundaberg and a total of 23 teams across the state at various bowling centres. Cairns SHS / St. Mary’s Team won the state wide competition. Kepnock won the district competition and came 5th overall in the state. Our teams were listed 16th and 20th overall. Teams played 4 games of ten pin and had a good time. Great sportsmanship was displayed by all players on the day.

Jackson Rand, Seth Gayton and Eamon Vincent

Devon Nierla, Adam Beveridge and Ricky Holt

Mrs Debbie Bishop
Ten Pin Bowling Coordinator
bishopD@shalomcollege.com

Senior Girls AFL

On Thursday 8 August I accompanied the Senior Girls AFL team to Maroochydore to compete in the AFLQ Schools Cup finals. During 2nd Term the team had beaten Urangan State High in a close fought match, and continued training strongly to be ready for the State Finals.

The opposition we faced were way too strong, but the squad learned a significant amount about the game and themselves on the day. Maroochydore State High beat us soundly in the first game of the day and went on to win the carnival.

Our best players on the day were Breanna Ardente, Olivia Schneider, Sarah Nash, Makayla Matt-West, Safia Borg, and Kharla Hills.

It was a long but enjoyable day, and I would like to thank Mr Kaufusi for driving the bus and Mr Burnett for his help as Runner/Trainer. Next year the team promises to be more dominant, as we only lose Captain and Year 12 student Shaylee Rendell from a squad that will improve over the next couple of years.

Senior Girls AFL Team

Mr Jason Baulch
Shalom AFL Coordinator
Carlton Supporter!
BaulchJ@shalomcollege.com

Winter Sport

Netball

Shalom Red

Year 9 Shalom Red 16 def BSHS Yellow 6

MVP- Alani Morley

Mrs Melinda Pearson
Coach

Football

Shalom 2

The Shalom 2 side made it back to back wins after they defeated an under strength Kepnock side 11-1 at North State High School last Wednesday. With Kepnock playing their second game for the afternoon and down on numbers, some of the Shalom boys stepped up to fill in for Kepnock. In a high scoring match, Shalom certainly showcased their skill as they were able to put Kepnock under pressure early. While boasting plenty of club players, it was Year 7 student Caleb Lobegeier who took out the man of the match award thanks to his two goals for the afternoon, in what was his third game of soccer this year.

Simon Rathbone & Connor Van Kooten
Coaches

Years 7/8

  • Boys (Team 1)- Shalom VS Kepnock, 11-0, Shalom WIN
  • Boys (Team 2)- Shalom VS Kepnock, 11-1, Shalom WIN
  • Girls- Shalom VS Rosedale, 4-0, Shalom WIN

Years 9/10

  • Boys- Shalom VS St Luke’s, 1-1, DRAW

Years 11/12

  • Boys- Shalom VS St Luke’s, 2-2, DRAW
  • Girls- Shalom VS BCC, 2-0, Shalom WIN

Uniform Shop

Girls Socks

All girls socks are now in stock and are $8.50 per pair.

Appointments are now open for Year 9 girls to be fitted for their Senior Formal Uniform, please book online via the link below.

https://shalomcollege.youcanbook.me/

Payment options include: - Cash, Eftpos or Credit Card via phone.

Students will be emailed when their uniform is available for collection.
All enquiries please call Leanne on 41 558 121 at the Uniform Shop.

Mrs Leanne Barker
Uniform Shop Manager
barkerl@shalomcollege.com

Date Claimers

Tuesday 20 August

2020 Middle School Subject Selection Information Evening

Wednesday 21 August

Winter Sport – Week 4

Thursday 22 August

Shalom Day

Friday 23 August

Saturday 24 August

Regional Opti-MINDS at Shalom

Sunday 25 August

Monday 26 August

Tuesday 27 August

Wednesday 28 August

Year 10 ACTS Camp

Winter Sport – Week 5

Thursday 29 August

Year 10 ACTS Camp

Friday 30 August

Wide Bay 13-19 yrs Athletics Nominations Close

Year 10 ACTS Camp

Monday 2 September

Year 12 QCS Test Briefing (P4)

Tuesday 3 September

QCS Test

David Kobler Parent Night

P&F Meeting

Wednesday 4 September

QCS Test

Winter Sport Week 6

Year 10 Reflection Day

Thursday 5 September

Year 9 Reflection Day

Wide Bay 13-19 yrs Athletics Carnival-Bundaberg

ICAS Science Competition

Friday 6 September

Wide Bay 13-19 yrs Athletics Carnival-Bundaberg

Term Dates for 2019

Term 1

29 January – 5 April

Term 2

23 April – 28 June

Term 3

15 July – 20 September

Term 4

8 October – 6 December

Breakfast

Breakfast is now available in the tuckshop for purchase each morning 8:00am – 8:30am.

Items include

  • Bacon & Egg Muffins - $3.50
  • Ham & Cheese Croissant - $3.50
  • Porridge & Cereal - $3 (self-service option with milk and bowl & cutlery are supplied)
  • Fresh Fruit - $1 (seasonal fruits such as; Bananas, Apples, Mandarins etc.)

Plus, the already available items of Yoghurt Pots, Up n Go drinks & Flavoured Milk

Students who train before school need to consider utilising the breakfast menu to replenish energy lost during their training sessions, however must be dressed appropriately before entering the tuckshop and must not be late for class.

Tuckshop Roster

Tuesday 20 August

Jeanette Tu

Wednesday21 August

Help Needed Please

Thursday 22 August

Merna Cook

Jacqueline Read

Friday 23 August

Help Needed Please

Monday 26 August

Help Needed Please

Monday 19 August

Tuesday27 August

Help Needed Please

Wednesday28 August

Help Needed Please

Thursday 29 August

Merna Cook

Help Needed Please

Friday 30 August

Jeff Freeman

Monday 2 September

Bethany Swadling

Tuesday3 September

Help Needed Please

Wednesday4 September

Tia Booth

Thursday 5 September

Merna Cook

Melanie Forey

Friday 6 September

Help Needed Please

Shalom Sunday Markets

New Stallholders Welcome – Please contact Peter Barone 0438 446 269

Markets Tuckshop Roster

We are in need of more volunteers for the Markets Tuckshop, if you are available to help out please contact Leanne via email – barkerl@shalomcollege.com

Sunday 25 August 2019

6:00am – 9:30am

Kate Rehbein

Craig Warner

9:00am – 12:30pm

Brendan/Astrid Clancy

Jo Medcalf

John Pappalardo

Vicki Saffioti

Tracey Shears

Sunday 1 September 2019

6:00am – 9:30am

Andrew Lucht

Janelle Test

9:00am – 12:30pm

Sharon Anderson

Katumaree Nabnili

Sunday 8 September 2019

6:00am – 9:30am

Mary Buchanan

Helen/Matthew Mader

Cassie Savage

Steven Schiffke

9:00am – 12:30pm

Katie Davis

Patricia Rochford

Sunday 15 September 2019

6:00am – 9:30am

Suzanne Brown

John Delaney

Mark Morris

9:00am – 12:30pm

Help Needed Please

Sunday 22 September 2019

6:00am – 9:30am

Lisa Andreoli

Christine Buwalda-Nicolson

Trish Sellers

9:00am – 12:30pm

Joanne Godfrey

Teresa Cowell

Markets BBQ Roster

Sunday 25 August

NET Team

Vince Habermann

Sunday 1 September

Blanket Buddies

B Donovan

Sunday 8 September

East Bundaberg Rotary

David Baldry

Sunday 15 September

Shalom Cricket

Vince Habermann

Sunday 22 September

NET Team - Ken Thompson

Vince Habermann

Sunday 29 September

Edmund Rice Camp

Mary Taylor

Sunday 6 October

St Joseph's P & F

Gemma Bush

Community Notice Board

Youth Group

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