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Reserve the Date Sunday, September 22, 2019
Smoke Rise Baptist Church
Anniversary Celebration 9:00 AM: Open House 10:30 AM: Worship 1:00 PM: Lunch at Evergreen (Stone Mountain) $20 per adult â&#x20AC;˘ $10 per child (12 and under) â&#x20AC;˘ $50 Family Max
7:00 PM: Sanctuary Piano Rededication Concert Joseph Martin, Guest Artist For more information contact:
Martha Abner at 404.754.9455 mjabner @gmail.com -orDebbie Scott at 770.633.0494 email@example.com
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B e c k y C a s w e l l - S p ei gh t Minister to Families with Children firstname.lastname@example.org 678.533.0546
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Jeremy Colliver Minister of Communications, Missions and Youth email@example.com 678.533.0551 Kat hy D obbi n s Minister of Spiritual Formation firstname.lastname@example.org 678.533.0548 Chris G e o r ge Senior Pastor email@example.com 770.469.5856 Bart McNiel Associate Pastor firstname.lastname@example.org 678.533.0540 Danny Va n c i l Minister of Music & Worship email@example.com 678.533.0560
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In April, Michael announced his resignation from Smoke Rise Baptist Church, effective on May 31. It was not an easy decision for him. If you speak with Michael, you will discover his work at Smoke Rise was more than merely a job; it was a calling and a ministry.
The Tijuana Mission Team thanks everyone who "adopted" a book for the library at Centro Shalom Tijuana (CST) at our "Give More Store" last December. Sixty-five books have been shipped to First Baptist Church Lemon Grove in San Diego, who has a partnership with CST.
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We are excited about the work of God that will be enabled by our giving in the fiscal year ahead. Pledge your support and join with us as we celebrate 50 years of faithful stewardship and service at Smoke Rise.
A B O UT S M O K E RIS E 5901 Hugh Howell Rd. Stone Mountain, GA 30087 Tel: 770.469.5856 Fax: 770.498.3598 Office Hours M-F 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Smoke Rise Baptist Church is a loving and caring faith community where people come to grow spiritually, worship communally and serve faithfully. We are committed to fostering authentic relationships and engaging in meaningful ministry in our congregation, our community and around the world. We partner with others in an effort to be about Godâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work. We commit to love God with all our hearts, all our souls, all our minds and all our strength and to love our neighbors as we love ourselves. We seek to proclaim the Good News of Christ in all that we say and do.
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FR O M T H E PASTO R CH RIS G E ORGE - Senior Pastor
In September 2009, Michael Danishek arrived at Smoke Rise Baptist Church as our Manager of Multimedia. He had just completed a meaningful mission trip to Tijuana and felt led to serve, not only overseas, but also in our congregation. For nearly 10 years, he has shared his audio/visual and technological expertise with us and enhanced the communications, programming, and worship at our church. In March, in a sermon entitled “Who We Are and Where We Are Going,” I proclaimed, “We are doing things today that people could not have imagined in the past. Good things. People are being reached who were previously unreachable. Do you know, right now, 25 folks are at Park Springs Retirement Community worshipping with us through streaming? Did you know that there are people at home in the Atlanta Metro area who can no longer get out on Sunday morning, but are faithfully watching our service each week? Did you know that sometimes 150-200 people are streaming our service or watching through Facebook?” Do you know who made this possible? Michael Danishek. He was hired to help with sound, but found a way to make our worship accessible to people around the community, the country, and the world. He has shared with us his photography skills, capturing memorable moments that we will always treasure. He has created videos that tell the stories of the missions and ministries of our church. Michael has not only been a part of our staff, but also a beloved member of our faith family. His smile has brightened the halls of the church and his sense of humor has lifted our spirits. In 2017, Michael agreed to serve as a deacon, loving the families of our congregation and providing support to those who were sick or recovering from surgery. If you talk to Michael, he will not speak of his accomplishments, but rather express gratitude and thanks for the many volunteers who have worked with him. But, it is those very volunteers that recognize his value. Bill Blanton who serves on the sound committee wrote, “I hesitate to think where our church would be without the expertise of Michael Danishek. His leadership of our audio/visual program has taken it to a very high level. His knowledge of streaming has allowed our church services to be experienced by anyone with an electronic device. His videos have added another dimension to our worship services. Michael possesses the technical skills needed to serve our church; but first and foremost, he has a heart that strives to honor the Lord in all that he says and does.” In April, Michael announced his resignation from Smoke Rise Baptist Church, effective on May 31. It was not an easy decision for him. If you speak with Michael, you will discover his work at Smoke Rise was more than merely a job; it was a calling and a ministry. After prayer and discernment, Mike and his wife, Alecia, have sensed a new calling and will be moving to Waco, Texas this summer. They look forward to being closer to Alecia’s family, having more time to spend with their precious son Joseph, and welcoming a new little one into the family in the Fall. With gratitude for Michael’s service and with deep love for this family, we express to them our appreciation for their service and pledge to them our love, prayers, and support in this next chapter of their lives and ministry.
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WOR S H IP I N G AT S M OK E R I SE DA NNY VA NC IL - Minister of Music Dear Smoke Rise Congregation,
It is with sincere regret that I share the retirement announcement from organist, Mary Lynn Weatherly. Mary Lynn has been committed to the excellence of our church’s music and worship ministry as evidenced her diligent work and sweet spirit. She has spent countless hours in thoughtful preparation for the weekly Dear Smokeby Rise Congregation, services as well as for funerals and weddings. It is with sincere regret that I share the retirement announcement from organist, Mary Lynn Weatherly.
As is custom, the Personnel Committee will be presenting Mary Lynn with a special gift. If you would like to extend your Mary Lynn has been committed to the excellence of our church’s music and worship ministry as evidenced by her diligent work best youShe may card orhours letterin to: MLW preparation c/o Lynnefor Ginn, Smoke Rise as Baptist 5901 Hugh Howell Road, andwishes, sweet spirit. hassend spent acountless thoughtful the weekly services well asChurch, funerals and Stone Mountain, Georgia, 30087. weddings. As is custom, the Personnel Committee will be presenting Mary Lynn with a special gift. If you would like to extend your best
wishes, you may to send a card or own letter Judy to: MLW c/o Lynne Rise Baptist Church, 5901organist. Hugh Howell Road, We are blessed have our Parker whoGinn, willSmoke be serving as the interim Judy hasStone graciously agreed to serve Mountain, Georgia, 30087. during the transition time while a search committee is formed and the search process takes place. We are blessed to have our own Judy Parker who will be serving as the interim organist. Judy has graciously agreed to serve during the transition time while a search committee is formed and the search process takes place.
In the meantime, I ask that you be in prayer for Mary Lynn and her family during the coming weeks of transition. I am In the mean time, I ask that you be in prayer for Mary Lynn and her family during the coming weeks of transition. I am grateful grateful that Mary Lynn and Tommy will remain at Smoke Rise and that Mary Lynn is willing to assist us as a substitute in that Mary Lynn and Tommy will remain at Smoke Rise and that Mary Lynn is willing to assist us as a substitute in the future. the future. In Christ, Danny
In Christ, Danny DearSmoke Smoke Members and Staff, Dear RiseRise Members and Staff, IIwish to to thank all ofall you thefor pastthe six past and asix-and-a-half half years of opportunity play the wonderful sanctuary wish thank offor you years oftoopportunity to play the wonderful sanctuary pipe organ in worship with you at Smoke Rise. I thought I had retired before I came here to play, and pipe organ in worship with you at Smoke Rise. I thought I had retired before I came here to play, and when the the job, at most thought I would be a part ofbeyour musicofministry for about three for about three whenI accepted I accepted job, at Imost I thought I would a part your music ministry years. However, the experience has been abundantly joyful in so many ways, and I have stayed as long years. However, the experience has been abundantly joyful in so many ways, and I have stayed as long as as possible. I love planning, preparing, playing, and glorifying God through music in worship with all of possible. I love planning, preparing, playing, and glorifying God through music in worship with all of you. you. Your warmth, kindness, and support have been amazing.
Your warmth, kindness, and support have been amazing. Stepping into the sanctuary to practice in the silence and aesthetic
Stepping into the sanctuary to practice in the silence and aesthetic beauty of the empty space has been an unparalleled spiritual beauty offorthe empty hasprayers been an unparalleled spiritual experience for inspired me. I have saidGod many prayers experience me. I have space said many of gratitude that I have been so privileged and to honor through musicof gratitude that have been so privileged and inspired to honor God through music in this Additionally, theworshipful joy I have experienced in inI this place. Additionally, the joy I have experienced in rehearsal with Danny’s humor and place. ability to lead singers into rehearsal with Danny’s humor and ability to lead singers into worshipful choral sounds has been a tremendous blessing. choral sounds has been a tremendous blessing.
I Ihave been playing organorgan or leading music worship over fiftyfor years, of those years were in full years time music have been playing or leading musicforworship overand 50many years, and many of those wereministry in full-time music positions. I now need some rest. My service to churches has often come first, with my family kindly supporting those efforts. ministry positions. I now need some rest. My service to churches has often come first, with my family kindly supporting those However, with changes in circumstances involving four immediate family members currently in assisted living of varying levels, I efforts. However, with changes in circumstances involving four immediate family members currently in assisted living of need to put their needs first for now. It is excruciatingly painful for me to say farewell as organist, and I ask for your prayers and varying levels, I need to put their needs first for now. It is excruciatingly painful for me to say farewell as organist, and I ask for understanding of my decision to retire from this position that I love very much. I will continue to teach in the academy, and my your will prayers andmembership understanding of myatdecision to retire from this position that I love very much. I will continue to teach in the family continue and worship Smoke Rise.
academy, and my family will continue membership and worship at Smoke Rise.
Your frequent expressions of appreciation have been gracious and heartwarming, and I appreciate all of you. Please pray for me and myfrequent family as we experience this time of transition. Your expressions of appreciation have been gracious and heartwarming, and I appreciate all of you. Please pray for
me and my family as we experience this time of transition. Sincerely, Mary Lynn Weatherly Sincerely,
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GROW IN G AT S M O K E R I SE K ATHY D OBBIN S - Minister of Spiritual Formation
SRBC Women’s Retreat at Stone Mountain Inn September 13-14, 2019 Speaker: Darlene Swanson
Smoke Rise Travel Team Fall Sneak Preview: 1) Pews & Pulpits Tour A scenic bus tour through rural Georgia to see historic churches tucked away but not forgotten. October 11, 2019 2) Tour of Chick-Fil-A headquarters decorated for Christmas. Followed by lunch at the Capital City Club. December 3, 2019 Registration forms for these events will be available this summer.
Leading us again by popular demand, Darlene has over 20 years of professional speaking experience and serves as a speaker, teacher and preacher for Christian retreats, events and church services. This year’s retreat is designed for the convenience of all women with inspiration, great fellowship and food! Look for more details soon!
Grand Ole Opry at Smoke Rise! We didn’t need to go to Nashville to see a great show in the much-loved tradition of the Opry! It was a perfect evening with a fried chicken dinner and outstanding performances on March 26.
Rediscovering the Bible: The Acts of the Apostles Chris and Bart will lead us in a two-week study of the book of Acts. Wednesdays at 6 pm in Fellowship Hall May 1 & 8 6 | S MOKE RIS E BAPT IST.ORG
S ERVIN G ON M I S SI ON J E R E MY C OLLI V ER - Minister of Communications, Missions and Youth
"Give More Store" Purchases 65 Books for Tijuana Library The Tijuana Mission Team thanks everyone who "adopted" a book for the library at Centro Shalom Tijuana (CST) at our "Give More Store" last December. Sixty-five books have been shipped to First Baptist Church Lemon Grove in San Diego, who has a partnership with CST! Staff members will take the books across the border to CST, where they will be placed in the library collection in the Manna Before and After School program.
The children in this program have little access to quality books and these titles are either Spanish-English or entirely in Spanish. The children are elementary to middle school age and the books target this range, along with a few adult titles for the workers and young adult staff at CST. Each book has a book plate with the donor's name, along with an explanation (in Spanish) that the book was donated by a member of Smoke Rise Baptist Church. If you are unable to remember the title(s) that you donated, please contact Karen Bates (firstname.lastname@example.org), and she will gladly send you a reminder message.
MAY 19 - 25
MEN'S APPALACHIA TRIP $300
JULY 13 - 20
TIJUANA MISSION TRIP $500 plus airfare
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This project exceeded expectations and the Tijuana Mission Team is extremely grateful for your response to this exciting addition to CST. Thank you for your dedication to mission projects. Our team hopes to continue supporting the Tijuana library and to construct a portable library cart during a future mission trip. - Karen Bates and Charlene Echols
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NEW YORK MISSION TRIP $300 plus airfare
CEL EB R AT I N G K ATHY DOBBI NS Rev. Kathy Dobbins has served faithfully as our Minister of Spiritual Formation for the last 19 years. Kathy came to Smoke Rise with a background in ministry and business. After a successful career in commercial real estate, Kathy followed the leadership of the Spirit in her life and went into the ministry. Kathy was nurtured for ministry in a church that fully affirmed women in ministry and after completing her theological education and garnering valuable ministry experience, she was called to Smoke Rise. Kathy recalls her first thoughts when the possibility of fulltime ministry stirred in her. “People like me don’t go into professional ministry,” she thought. “One day I was reviewing the journal I kept at the time and came across an entry dated two years earlier in which I had written the word ‘ministry’ with a question mark beside it. As I entered my new ministerial role, it was like slipping my hand in a glove. The last piece of the puzzle fell into place for me. I had come to love the work of the church and was finally able to see that God used the people of the church, the desires of my heart, and the circumstances that lined up just right to communicate my calling.” “There are so many areas of service where Kathy’s diligent work behind the scenes was key to our success as a church,” said Bart McNiel. "One of the areas where Kathy’s absence will be felt is on the pastoral care front. Kathy was also faithful in covering hospital visits each week and at other times. I will miss working with her.” During her time at Smoke Rise, Kathy has brought leadership and support to Sunday school, the women’s ministry, “Prime Time” events, special-themed events, and retreats. Under her guidance, Wednesday evening studies have been diverse and engaging each week. During her time with us she also developed discipleship and leadership training programs, as well as a “living room” to promote and teach people prayer practices designed to lead them into deeper fellowship with God. When she first arrived, Kathy oversaw outreach of the church and teacher training events. For special worship events, she provided set up and support. In her early days, she helped start a class for young singles, and the faith and issues class that she helped to form will continue to meet each week for Sunday School when she retires. “Over the last 19 years, I have continued to discover in others and in myself the way God never stops working to help us become the people we are called to be,” said Kathy. “My ministry has largely been one of equipping God’s people for service, and I am grateful for each day of service at Smoke Rise. I learned my calling through the encouragement of a local church, and it is wonderful to be part of a church like Smoke Rise that affirms my giftedness for ministry.” We invite you to stop by the church office to leave a card or personal note for Kathy as she prepares to retire. Following retirement, Kathy will be taking some personal time away, but plans to come back to Smoke Rise as her church home. Join us on June 2, 2019 at noon in the Fellowship Hall immediately following worship. as we celebrate Kathy’s ministry and honor her on the occasion of her retirement.
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CARIN G AT S M O KE R I SE BART McN IE L - Associate Pastor
Welcome New Members
Gleason and Janet Benford Joined March 17
Gerry McKinney Joined March 17
LaWanna Goodman Joined March 17
Dan and Wanda Stephenson Joined March 17
New Volunteer Ushers Needed Our usher teams for the 11am worship are in need of new volunteers to greet worshippers, hand out orders of service and help receive the offering. New volunteers will be asked to serve once each month with occasional requests to serve two Sundays when we have a "fifth Sunday" month. Because ushers rotate, it is a simple way to serve at our weekly worship and to get to know fellow church members. We are looking for volunteers with warm smiles and willing hearts. If you are interested in serving on one of our usher teams, please email Teri Moore at email@example.com or call the church office to leave contact information for an usher leader to get in touch with more details. 9 | S MOKE RIS E BAPT IST.ORG
Donate to the Blessing Bag Project in May The Good News Class has partnered with the Smoke Rise Benevolence Team to package and sell "Blessing Bags" for distribution to the homeless. Blessing Bags contain travel-sized basic care items, a blessing card and a $5.00 gift card for food. Blessing Bags can be easily stored in your car in a glove box or seat pocket for easy access to give to people in need as you are out and about. The Good News Class members are are excited about this project, and look forward to making the bags for sale over the summer. All proceeds from the sale of the bags will benefit the SRBC benevolence fund. Good News Class members include: Sandra McNiel, Bob Cox, and Joanna Ripley. If you see one of the Good News class team members, let them know how much we appreciate their thoughtful mission project! Items for Blessing Bags: travel-size toiletries (toothbrush and paste, antiperspirant, shampoo, tissues, floss or flossers), bars of soap, disposable razors, combs, lip balm, washcloths, gum or hard candy, snack crackers or granola bars, and 1 gallon Ziplock freezer bags.
Smoke Rise Baptist FamilyMy heart is filled with excitement and love but also sadness as my family transitions to a new season of life. The move to Texas was always in my families future but with the exciting (but unexpected) news of another baby on the way, the future became the present and an opportunity to move in July completed God’s plan. As Winnie the Pooh says, “How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.” The past 10 years have been an amazing journey both personally and professionally. You have taught me what it means to be the hands and feet of Christ. You have loved my family and taught us to love others as Jesus loves. I am forever indebted to you and humbled to have been able to serve along side you. If my time at Smoke Rise has only taught me one thing, it’s that Smoke Rise is full of the most amazing and talented people. You are who I have made video’s with and photographed loving others. Whether you are a staff person or church member we worked together to enhance programs, ministries and worship. And I stood beside you when “technology isn’t working right” occurred. Thank you for ministering to me and my family in so many special ways. It is a gift I could never repay, a love that will never fade and memories that will not be forgotten. With Much Love and Appreciation, Michael, Alecia and Joseph Danishek We already know and love her and are very excited that Stacey McNiel has agreed to be our director of the Weekday School. Stacey has been our Assistant Director for the past two years and brings stability and consistency to our head office. Stacey received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Mobile where she was valedictorian of her class. She continued her education by earning a Master’s of Science from Florida State University. She has been in the education field for over 25 years. Stacey brings a strong background in math and science to our Weekday School program. Away from the Weekday School, Stacey stays busy raising two wonderful girls: Mattie and Evie. Stacey is the wife of our Associate Pastor Bart McNiel and together they enjoy going on day trips with their girls. The Weekday School Board is excited and knows Stacey will continue to do a wonderful job at the school. Be sure to congratulate Stacey on her new position when you see her around church. Weekday School Board: Jenny Dodson, Lisa Mixon, Carol Ann Fulgam, Patricia Heys, and Becky Caswell-Speight 10 | S MOKE RIS E BAPT IST.ORG
GENERO S I T Y Dear Smoke Rise Church Family We are pleased to report that the response to our Remember Tomorrow pledge campaign has been strong. On Pledge Sunday, March 24, 2019 we received 178 pledges towards our 2019-20 fiscal ministry plan and budget. We continue to receive pledge cards and to date we have received 229 pledges totaling $1,289,406.36. Through the generosity of our members, we are looking forward to another year of shared worship, fellowship, mission, and ministry as a family of faith. We want to be sure that we have a record of all members who are pledging an amount in support of our ministry plan in the new fiscal year. If you have not submitted a pledge card, we are asking you to prayerfully consider joining in our shared commitment to Remember Tomorrow with joyful gratitude for what God has done in the past, is doing in the present, and will do in the future through the life of our church. If you misplaced a pledge card or have not received one, please contact the church office, and we will make arrangements to get you a card to complete. Be sure to include your name or identify your household on the card when you fill it out. You may mail your pledge card to us or you may place it in the offering plate when you join us for worship. We would like to receive all our pledges by May 12. We will announce and celebrate the total pledge amount on Sunday, May 19. We are excited about the work of God that will be enabled by our giving in the fiscal year ahead. Pledge your support and join with us as we celebrate 50 years of faithful stewardship and service at Smoke Rise. In Godâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Peace, Chris Allison Stewardship Chair
MONTH OF MARCH Amount Given $165,785.39
Amount Spent $212,957.98
Negative Balance ($47,172.59)
REFRESH REPORT Pledged $1,346,104.00
Received Current Balance $1,019,082.76 $249,396.51
FISCAL YEAR-TO-DATE (APRIL 1, 2018 - MARCH 31, 2019)
Amount Given $2,091,157.32
Amount Spent $2,204,759.50
Negative Balance ($113,602.18)
NEXT PROJECT Fellowship Hall Audio/Visual
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FA M ILY M I N I ST RY AT SM OK E R I SE I’ve been teaching in the Pre-K and Kindergarten Sunday school class for a few years now. I really enjoy getting to work with the kids, especially when it means that I am lucky enough to form a connection with them that lasts even after they move on to older classes. One such connection I have made is with Caiden Wilkes. He’s a really sweet kid. When he came to Sunday school he was always the first one to help with anything he could. We would sit together during circle time and play statues afterwards while we were waiting for the parents of the kids to come. Caiden and I share some interests from wrestling to Georgia Tech, and this helped to cement our connection. Eventually, Caiden moved on to the grade-school department of Children’s Ministry, and I graduated high school and moved on to Georgia Tech’s campus. Still, whenever I come home, I make an effort to find him and say, "hi." A short time ago, Caiden had a brief stay at the hospital. I’m glad I was able to go for a visit to brighten his day some and give him a gift. - V. Alex Burton
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YOU TH AT S M O KE R I SE J E R E M Y C OLLI V ER - Minister of Communications, Missions and Youth
Congratulations 2019 Graduates
Chris Chandler Graduating from Faith Academy Chris plans on pursuing welding after graduation.
Dean Shaffer Graduating from Brookwood High School Dean will attend Western Kentucky University where he will pursue a degree in Sports Management.
WITS WEDNESDAYS IN THE SUMMER
May 15 Yonder May 15 Sing-and-Serve Bahamas Fundraiser after Yonder May 19 Graduate Recognition Sunday Carter Martin Graduating from Brookwood High School Carter will be attending Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)
Cameron Orr Graduating from Parkview High School Cameron will attend Lagrange College after graduation. 13 | SMOKE RIS E BAPT IST.ORG
May 22 Last Day of School June 5 WITS June 7-17 Sing-and-Serve Bahamas June 19 WITS June 23-28 Passport Choices
MO N TH LY S N A P S HOT
EASTER PICTU RES
WEEKLY S C H EDUL E
Sunday 9:00 AM - Worship in the Chapel 9:45 AM - Sunday school for all ages 11:00 AM - Worship in the Sanctuary 4:00 PM - Liturgical Dance 5:00 PM - Youth Choir 5:45 PM - Youth Dinner 6:00 PM - Youth Vespers
13 Car show
Wednesday 4:45 PM - Dinner in the Fellowship Hall 6:00 PM - Journeys, Children's Activities, Youth in the basement 7:00 PM - Sanctuary Choir
5 Children’s Sunday 5 Church in Conference 5 Children’s Musical 15 Yonder and Youth Choir Fundraiser 19 Graduate Recognition Sunday 19 New York Bake Sale 19-25 Men’s Appalachian Mission Trip
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OLD FASHIONED SING-A-LONG WEDNESDAY MAY 15TH 6:30 CHAPEL
PIEÂ & ICE CREAM FUNDRAISER following Yonder to support the Youth Sing and Serve Tour to the Bahamas
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