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Congregation Agudath Sholom Shabbat Bulletin

Congregation Agudath Sholom
Shabbat Bulletin
August 26, 2017
4 Elul 5777
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Mincha7:00 PM
Candle Lighting7:19 PM
Shacharit7:00 AM
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Torah Before Tefillah7:40 AM
Coffee & Commentary8:45 AM
Latest Shema9:35 AM
Shiur10:30 AM
Tot Shabbat
Mini Minyan
10:30 AM
Latest Shacharit10:42 AM
Daf Yomi6:25 PM
Code of Jewish Law6:25 PM
Mincha7:15 PM
Maariv8:13 PM
Shabbat Ends8:18 PM
Shabbat Shalom
How Jerry Lewis Changed My Life
I will never forget how Jerry Lewis changed my life at the young age of 10.
Jerry Lewis's dedication to the cause of muscular dystrophy was legendary. As chairman of the MDA beginning in 1966 and hosting the annual Labor Day weekend telethon, he helped raise over $2 billion over the course of the 40 years. When I heard about his death, the first memories that came to mind were not "The Nutty Professor" but his inspiration to me when I was a boy growing up in Atlanta, Georgia.
I vividly remember watching the telethon and the excitement to do my best to increase the tally on the board for "Jerry's Kids." On the Sunday of Labor Day weekend, I would walk around the neighborhood, going door to door to collect money for the children. Rather than write a check (which I did not have) or take only my own small amount of money, I was motivated to move outside my comfort zone and approach neighbors who I did now know for a cause I believed in.
The Torah teaches that one act of kindness can reverberate for generations. I do not know what was in Jerry's heart when he spoke to me but he did once share, "I am probably the most selfish man you will ever meet in life. No one gets the satisfaction of the joy that I get out of seeing kids realize there is hope."
He instilled within me the possibility that everyone can make a difference. I remember counting each coin, not with joy for what I would get personally but for what I would give. I learned from Jerry that it is not enough to wish for a better world but for each us to do our part to make it so.
The story is told about Elijah the prophet walking in the market place and commenting that two people earn a share in the next world. One of the people is a comedian who uses his humor not to downgrade others but uplift, not to hurt another but to instill hope.
Many of the obituaries and tributes are highlighting Jerry's impact on comedy. He influenced such people as Jerry Seinfeld, Billy Crystal, Richard Pryor and Carol Burnett. In the words of Steven Spielberg, "Jerry went back to the silent era and he brought visual sight gags back to the American movie theaters." That is only part of his legacy.
Jerry gave millions of children with muscular dystrophy hope. He taught me and many others of my generation to pray with our feet and lead lives dedicated to harnessing all of our potential to share and inspire light in the world.
May his memory always be a blessing and may he rest in peace.
Wishing you and your families a Shabbat Shalom,
Rabbi Daniel Cohen
Welcome new members Tzvi & Emily Dubitsky and David & Mila Khaimov and their families.
New to Stamford? Learn the benefits of CAS membership. Contact our Director of Operations, Matt Feinberg at or sign up for membership click here.
Rabbi Cohen's Elul Shabbat Challenge Thank the Police officer on duty when you arrive in shul and tell Rabbi Cohen his name at the Kiddush.
Welcome Tal Ambar and Sivan Alkobi who are the Banot Sherut Leumi at BCDS this year.
Take a Minute to Support Israel Supporting Israel isn't hard -- there are many things that you can do that take literally one minute. The Israel Committee now has a website built on this idea. Go to for simple things that you can do, from calling your Congressional representatives to social media posts, that take only a minute or two. Check back frequently for updates and ideas for things you can do!
This Week in Jewish History is on hiatus for the remainder of the Summer. But catch up on the series Just click here to view the YouTube Channel
Kosher Alerts The OU reminds you to always check the label before purchasing any item that needs kosher certification! And for the latest corrective actions, stay up with the latest OU KOSHER CONSUMER ALERTS & ADVISORIES...just click here
Kosher Advisory Breaking news from the OU - newly certified items! to check out the list click here
LIPS product of the week Check out our new Love Israel Products Blog (LIPS) for the latest ways to support Israel! Thank you to Lola Halperin and Aaron Goldenberg for organizing.
CAS 5778 High Holiday Information
Yizkor Book
If you received an email reminder for the 5778 Yizkor Book, please respond via email or letter you received.
If you would like to place an entry in the Yizkor Book,
Questions? Call Kim or Matt in the office
CAS High Holiday Reserved Seating
Please confirm your 5778 High Holiday Seating Needs this week! Contact Matt at
Complete CAS High Holiday Schedule
CAS 5778/2017-18 Calendar
Shabbat Topics & Participants
Torah Before TefillahRabbi Daniel Cohen
Coffee & CommentaryRabbi Daniel Cohen
ShiurAaron Israel: Courts and Monarchy
SermonRabbi Daniel Cohen
Daf YomiMark Wagshul
Seudat ShlishitRabbi Daniel Cohen
Torah ReaderJay Jubas
Weekday Schedule
ShacharitShacharit: Sunday 7:15 AM/8:30 AM, Monday-Friday 6:30 AM/7:30 AM
MinchaMincha: Sunday-Thursday 7:20 PM, Friday 7:00 PM
Late MaarivMonday-Thursday: The Learning Center, 1766 Bedford Street, 8:45 PM
Candles Friday7:08 PM
Mazal Tov
  • to Joyce & Barry Chavkin on the birth of a grandson, born to Chana Rivka & Dovid Chavkin
  • to Anna & Paul Felix on the birth of a baby girl
  • to Phyllis Brodsky on the marriage of her son Steven to Leah Weinstein
  • to Vince Lanci on the recent Bar Mitzvah of his son Dylan
  • to Shani Soloff and Michael Weinberger on Remi's Bar Mitzvah
  • to Aaron Liebskind, son of David and Indra, on winning the gold medal in the 14 and under competition at the Maccabi Games.
Celebrate with the family! Make a donation in their honor and we will send an acknowledgement to the family. Just click here
Thanks To Our Sponsors
Shabbat Shalom Hospital PackagesHoward and Stephanie Fogel in memory of Sam Fogel and in thanks to Rabbi Cohen and the Linda Beson Nursing Education Fund
Library KiddushHecky and Rochel Attar in honor of their milestone wedding anniversary.
Chapel Kiddushby the Baer Family in memory of Irv Neitlich and Sylvia Baer
Sanctuary KiddushThe Sternlicht Family in honor of Mark Sternlicht, z"l
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Email Matt and he will contact you or see Hecky or Irwin to arrange a Kiddush.
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CAS Israel Advocacy Update
Be one of fifteen teens to be selected for a free trip to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee Policy Conference, March 4th-6th, 2018 in Washington DC. The trip will include registration, travel and hotel and the winners will join the Agudath Sholom AIPAC delegation. The participants will also be required to attend the Stamford JCC Speak Up for Israel program. To be one of the fifteen selected, submit a 500 word essay: "WHY DOES AIPAC NEED YOU?"
If you could lobby the members of Congress on Capitol Hill, what would you say? What case would you present about the issues affecting the United States and Israel? Essays will be evaluated by a local and national panel of AIPAC supporters.
Submit to Rabbi Cohen at The deadline for submissions for the Rosalie Aberman AIPAC Fellows Program has been extended for a final submission to September 10th.
Open to 9th-12th graders from CAS. We are grateful to Stephanie and Bob Sherman for sponsoring the fellowships in memory of Stephanie's mother, Rosalie Aberman, Michael and Sandra Kamen,Susan and Len Mark and Veronica and Erwin Reich in memory of Esther and Ernest Reich. We are deeply appreciative of their generosity. If you would like to enable more teens to attend the AIPAC Policy Conference through a contribution to our AIPAC Teen Fund, please be in touch.
Am Yisrael Chai!
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Joseph And Julia Macy Memorial Lecture:  Featured Speaker Rabbi Saul Berman
Topic: Forgiveness for Failings in Friendships.
Rabbi Saul J. Berman, a leading Orthodox teacher and thinker has made extensive contributions to the role of social ethics in synagogue life and to the understanding of the applicability of Jewish Law to contemporary society. He will be the featured speaker at a pre-Rosh Hashana lecture. His topic will focus on the obligation of forgiving individuals before the High Holidays.
Legacy Seminar with Rabbi Daniel Cohen
Thursday, September 14 - 7:15 PM
Legacy Seminar with Rabbi Daniel Cohen
Based on the roadmap in Rabbi Cohen's recent book, "What Will They Say about You When You are Gone: Creating a Life of Legacy", he will conduct a self reflection workshop on becoming your best self this coming year! The seminar will includes dinner from 613 and the cost of the seminar is $15 per person. RSVP is required by Tuesday, September 12.
Sukkot Across Agudath
Shabbat, October 7 - 12:00 PM
Sukkot Across Agudath
On Saturday, October 7th the Sisterhood wants everyone in our congregation enjoying their shabbat afternoon having Sukkot lunch with other members of our shul, at homes across the community.

Come be a part of Sukkot as it's supposed to be...within the beauty and spirituality of the sukkah, enjoying friends, old and new.

This event is FREE.

Host families will provide food for the meal.

Guests will be asked to bring wine, challah, and pareve dessert (more details when you sign up!)

Sign up deadline Sunday, September 24.
CAS Classes
Week of August 27
MondayBob Abrams: Tanach - The Book of Kings - 10:15 AM
WednesdayRabbi Oran Zweiter: Weekly Haftorah - 9:00 AM
ThursdayRabbi Oran Zweiter: The Lonely Man of Faith - 9:00 AM
FridayRabbi Daniel Cohen: The Pre-Shabbos Torah Taste - 8:15 AM
Monday-FridayDr. Jeff Cahn: Mishna Berura 6-6:30 AM
CAS Young Families
Toddler Time Playgroup Tuesdays, 3:30 pm. Please join us for an hour of free play for children 1 to 4 years old and their caregivers. Facilitated by two moms of toddlers, this drop-in group meets weekly at CAS in the downstairs children's classroom. No cost, a light snack provided. Info: Jessica Furmansky
CAS High Holiday Classes
Get Ready for the Holidays at CAS
Special Programs
  • Joseph and Julia Macy Memorial Lecture with Rabbi Saul Berman Tuesday, September 12, 7:30 PM. He will speak on the topic "Forgiveness for Failings in Friendships". For more info visit
  • Pre Rosh Hashanah Apples, Honey and Wine Tasting with Rabbi Daniel Cohen Wednesday night, September 13 at 8 PM. Enjoy a taste of the sweet New Year with fellow High Grove residents and neighbors. The event is hosted by our members, Justin and Sarah Breiner and Shushana and Ari Yasgur. RSVP appreciated to
  • Legacy Seminar with Rabbi Daniel Cohen: Realize Your Divine Potential in the New Year Thursday evening, September 14 at 7:15 PM until 9 PM at CAS. Based on the roadmap in Rabbi Cohen's recent book, "What Will They Say about You When You are Gone: Creating a Life of Legacy", he will conduct a self reflection workshop on becoming your best self this coming year! The seminar will includes dinner from 613 and the cost of the seminar is $15 per person. RSVP is required by Tuesday, September 12. Register online at
  • Sparks of Growth and Inspiration Saturday, September 16 at 9 PM prior to the 10:00 PM Selichot Service. Have you ever read a poem, a book, seen a movie or a work of art or heard a song that awakened within you the voice of God beckoning you to become a better you? Share your experience. Rabbi Kook describes Teshuvah as return to self, your soul. We never know what experience will awaken us from our spiritual slumber and motivate us to grow in our relationship to humanity and God. Join us for an evening of inspiration. We want to hear from you. To sign up to share your source of inspiration, contact Rabbi Oran Zweiter at
  • Sounds at the Sound Sunrise Service Sunday morning, September 17 at 6:10 AM. Meet us at the Stamford Cove for our annual sunrise service. It is one of the best ways to get into the spirit of the season. Recite the prayers as the sun is rising and join in song. Light refreshments following minyan. Open for men, women and children. Please RSVP your attendance to Rabbi Cohen at
Special Holiday Learning Series
Classes with Rabbi Cohen
  • The Depth of Genesis Tuesdays, September 12, 19 and 26 at 8:15 AM - 9:00 AM
  • The Mysticism, Mystery and Meaning of Sukkot Tuesdays, September 12, 19 and 26 at 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM
  • Parsha Perspectives Tuesdays, September 12, 19 and 26 at 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
  • The Light of Psalms: Discover King David's Path for Leading an Inspired Life Tuesday, September 19 and 26 at 7:30 PM
Classes with Rabbi Zweiter
  • Explore the Haftorot for the Holidays Wednesday, September 13 and 27 at 9 AM- 9:45 AM
  • Rabbi Joseph Solveitchik on Repentance Thursday, September 14 and 28th at 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM
Save the Dates
  • Ten Days to Greatness The Ten Chapters on Repentance from Rosh Hashanah until Yom Kippur
  • Shabbat Shuva Drasha with Rabbi Cohen - Shabbat, September 23rd
CAS Announcements
  • YOU'RE INVITED! Seudat Shlishit on 9/9 for a sheva brachot for Sara Malka Cohen and Avi Petrushka. If you would like to sponsor, contact the office at 203-358-2200.
  • MEN'S CLUB EVENT PLANNING MEETING - Sunday, Sept 10th at 10am. Help plan and organize our Stamford Mayoral Debate (10/29) and the next few events for this year. Bagel, Lox & Cream cheese enticement. Be there or be nowhere!
  • CONCEPTIONS, MISCONCEPTIONS AND MISSED CONCEPTIONS: A REVIEW OF THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICAL LAWS OF GETTING TO THE MIKVAH Monday night, September 11th at 8:15 PM at CAS. A Program of the Minnie Manger - Marcia Lieberman Mikvah open to all women in the community. Whether you've recently gotten married, had a baby or just feel like you could use review or inspiration, come out for a refresher and Q and A on the laws of Niddah with Dena Block our CAS Steinmetz, Bernstein, Alexander Yoetzet Halacha. RSVP recommended for the class to Jessica at We welcome Dena, her husband Rabbi Avi Block and their family on their recent move to Stamford. As always, Dena is available for any questions or consultation and can be reached at 201 921 8992 or
  • IMPORTANT HARVEST NOW GARDEN UPDATE This season we were unable to complete our harvest in the garden but we want to make we do not miss the opportunity to provide fruits and vegetable for the local food bank. Last year, we delivered 300 pounds of produce to help our community. We need YOU! We are asking for about 10-15 volunteers to go to a local farmer's market in the next few weeks and purchase approximately 20 pounds of produce. Take it to the Lower Fairfield County Food Bank on 461 Glenbrook Rd. For more info visit Let them know you are bringing the produce on behalf of Agudath Sholom. If you can participate in this mitzvah project, contact Rabbi Cohen at
  • SAVE THE DATE for our Apples and Honey Tasting with Rabbi Cohen at Highgrove on Sep. 13th. This is an outreach event for unaffiliated Jews in Stamford, hosted by our members, Justin and Sarah Breiner and Shushana and Ari Yasgur. If you know someone who might like to attend, please contact Sarah
  • WE ARE GRATEFUL to the Fried and Dayan families for commissioning a Torah to be housed at Agudath Sholom in honor of Max's upcoming Bar Mitzvah. Save the date of Friday, September 15th at noon for the Hachnasat Sefer Torah dedication and celebration.
  • YOUTH SOCCER TEAMS FOR SHABBAT OBSERVANT KIDS We are soliciting interest for a soccer team/teams that do not practice or hold games on Saturdays, and can participate as part of the Stamford youth soccer league. The teams are for boys and girls ages 4-19. If interested, please e-mail with your child's/ children's gender, birth year and whether you are interested in a competitive ("Travel") team or recreational ("House") team. For more info, please visit the Stamford youth soccer website at
  • SHABBAT, SEPTEMBER 23RD - THANK LOCAL HEROES SHABBAT AT CAS Join us on Shabbat morning to express our gratitude to our city's first responders. Members of our local fire and police departments will be at services and Kiddush. We will make a brief presentation to them at the end of davening and there will be a Q-and-A with the officers following Kiddush.
  • HEALING VISITS MITZVAH UPDATE - Thank you to all of our volunteers on our healing visits team. The healing visits team is a group of men and women in our shul who visit people in the hospital, facilities or at at home. It a very meaningful way to lift people's sprits and make a difference. You can offer as much or as little time as you have for each person is world unto themselves are your warmth lights up their day. Every week we send out a healing visit update. To join the team, contact Rabbi Cohen at
  • CAS FREE MEZUZAH CAMPAIGN IN FAIRFIELD COUNTY, CT Bringing Blessings to Jewish Homes. Do you know a neighbor or a friend who lacks a mezuzah? CAS offers a free mezuzah and home visit to post this sacred scroll at the entrance to all Jewish homes in the area. For more info, contact Rabbi Cohen:
  • JOIN THE CHEVRA KADISHA We need new volunteers for the Chevra - those willing to perform a tahara. Info: Please contact Rochel Attar at
  • IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING We need you to help secure our Synagogue. As you come to the building, please be aware of your surroundings. If you see something out of the ordinary, please let someone know about it. This will keep everyone safe.
  • WELCOME TO OUR SYNAGOGUE PROGRAM Every Shabbat we station ushers at the doors in the sanctuary to welcome people, assist them and enhance the service. We are expanding the usher roles to include a greeter in the lobby from 9-10:30 am. Please join the usher team. We need you and your smile. Info: Mitchell Bell.
  • COMMUNITY CHESED HELPERS An important role of the Chesed committee is outreach to the Shul's elderly and homebound, who are often isolated and lack a lifeline to our synagogue. Volunteer to reach out and identify needs, visit, or give a ride. Even small gestures mean a great deal Interested? Vivian Weiss at 203-323-0909 or If you are aware of elderly or homebound members in need of outreach, please notify Rabbi Cohen.
  • WE WANT YOU FOR BINGO! Players AND volunteers needed. Join in on the fun we have every MONDAY at 6:00 PM


Open on Sunday from 10 am - noon

We need volunteers! Please call Julie at (203) 321-6460 or Anne at (203) 321-5072

Community Announcements
  • END OF SUMMER BARNYARD BASH! Come celebrate the end of summer and make new friends at this FREE, fabulous family event hosted by Bi-Cultural Day School. For Jewish families everywhere, with children ages birth to 6 (older siblings welcome) the 'End of Summer Barnyard Bash' will take place on Sunday August 27, from 3-5pm, on the Bi-Cultural Day School field. Featuring the wonderful Runaround Farm, a petting zoo, with a wide range of farm animals for the children to meet and touch, plus pony rides for everyone! Your kids will love the child-friendly, fun-filled activities and entertainment, including an oversized bounce house and inflatable slide, exquisite face painting, balloon animals, parachute and field games, animal-themed arts & crafts, the children's playground, live music, delicious snacks, our very own ice-cream truck and much more! BYO picnic blankets and chairs and join us on the Bi-Cultural Day School field. From our Bi-Cultural family to yours, we look forward to welcoming you for what promises to be a fantastic, family event! Please RSVP to as soon as possible so we can confirm numbers for catering purposes. Kosher Dairy snacks/drinks will be served.
  • INSPIRICA ONE STEP CLOSER TO HOME WALK-A-THON to raise awareness about homelessness in our community in which we live and work. The 5k run/walk will take place on Sunday, September 24 at 10:00 am and together, 200+ friends of Inspirica will join to support our mission to permanently break the cycle of homelessness. Lace up your sneakers and hit the pavement with us! All funds raised support Inspiricas mission and the need for Inspiricas services is greater than ever. We are seeing more and more men, women and children come into our shelters. Our One Step Closer to Home event sheds light on prevalence of homelessness in our community and works to help our clients live healthy, dignified lives. To register, please visit:
  • JHSC OPEN HOUSE on Sunday, October 29 from 1:30 - 4:00 pm (1937 West Main Street, Stamford). Come and learn about our unique value proposition, our UConn ECE Program, our 2018 tuition initiative, our international mathematics program, physics first STEM program and our individualized Judaic tracks. For more information or to RSVP, please contact Sarah Rich - or 203-357-0850.
  • BECOME A READING PARTNER Do you love to read? Do you enjoy being with children? Would you like to be instrumental in improving a childs reading skills? If the answers are "Yes!:", then weve got a match. Reading Partners is a volunteer program sponsored by UJF and this is our 19th year of servicing the Stamford community. Our corps of 100 readers go to all 13 Stamford Public Schools and 2 community centers to read with students in grades K-3, during the school year. The commitment is one hour a week. You will read with 2 students for ½ hour each. Training will be late September and reading will begin in early October. We hold literacy workshops, put out a newsletter and have a robust support system at each school. Find out more! Go to and then contact Marlyn Agatstein: 203-321-1373 x 115 or email to Join the other volunteers who say this is the BEST day of their week!
  • DO A MITZVAH! CONSIDER SUPPORTING THE JFS KOSHER FOOD PANTRY by purchasing Mitzvah Baskets and/or Mitzvah Centerpieces instead of flowers for your next simcha at CAS. Distributions from the JFS Kosher Food Pantry have increased by more than 1000 since the recession. With this tremendous upsurge in use, JFS is constantly challenged to keep the food pantry full. Your generosity enables JFS to help those in our community in their greatest moments of need.
  • HAVE AN EXTRA COAT IN YOUR CLOSET? Schoke Jewish Family Service Kosher Food Pantry is collecting new or gently used winter gear for our food pantry clients. Coats, hats, scarves, gloves and mittens for adults and children Or donation of retail gift cards (e.g. Old Navy, Target, Kohl's, etc.) Donations can be dropped off Monday - Friday between 9 am - 4 pm at Schoke JFS, 733 Summer Street, 6th Floor, Stamford. For additional information, please contact Rebekah Kanefsky at 203-921-4161 or
  • SCHOKE JFS LIFE TRANSITIONS, beginning Wednesday at 4 pm. Support group, meeting weekly, for unemployed facing the emotional challenges of finding employment at the Stamford Schoke JFS office, 733 Summer Street, 6th Floor. Contact Anne Birchenough at 203-921-4161 or
  • LETS TALK (FREE) Thursdays, 11 am at the Stamford JCC, 1035 Newfield Avenue, 1 pm at the Westport Senior Center, 21 Imperial Avenue, and 12:45 pm at the Bigelow Center for Senior Activities, 100 Mona Terrace, Fairfield. Seniors talk about common interests and concerns, facilitated by a Schoke Jewish Family Service counselor. Contact Anne Birchenough at 203-921-4161 or
  • LETS TALK Fairfield, starting in February 23rd at 12:45 pm at the Bigelow Center for Senior Activities, 100 Mona Terrace, Fairfield. Seniors talk about common interests and concerns, facilitated by a Schoke Jewish Family Service counselor. Contact Rebekah Kanefsky at 203-921-4161 or
  • NOT ENOUGH MONEY FOR FOOD? Schoke JFS will provide information and eligibility assistance for financial help to purchase food. For a consultation, please contact Rebekah Kanefsky, Schoke JFS Case Manager at 203-921-4161 or email
  • SCHOKE JFS BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP, meets weekly, Thursdays at 10:30 am, at Congregation Bnai Israel, 2710 Park Avenue, Bridgeport. Gather to share feelings and exchange ideas in a non-judgmental environment that provides emotional, practical, and spiritual support for grieving the loss of a spouse or significant other. Contact Amanda Geffner, Schoke JFS therapist at 203-921-4161 or
We Wish A Speedy Recovery To
  • Aaron ben Chunah Mayer Friedel
  • Avraham ben Frances
  • Dov ben Pnina
  • Eliezer Yitzchak Dovid ben Miriam Rivka
  • Gershon Avraham ben Devorah Breina
  • Ida bat Hanna
  • Ina bat Rivka
  • Moshe Elya ben Chana
  • Nissan Sholom ben Ben Zahava
  • Pesach ben Rochel Basya
  • Refael Ephraim ben Sima
  • Shelamet D'vorah bat Chaya Faygel
  • Shoshana bat Etel
  • Tveil Malka bat Bas Sura
  • Yehudit bat Rochel
  • Yitzchak Asher ben Chana Sheva Chaya
  • Zev Mordechai ben Chaya Gittel
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