Church Bulletin

 

 

WELCOME TO OUR EASTER JOINT WORSHIP SERVICE

Sunday March 27, 2016, 10:00 a.m.

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Gathering As God’s People

Prelude

Introit ~ Christ, we do all adore Thee

Lighting the Christ Candle

Christ is Risen! Christ is Risen Indeed!

Opening Prayer

Choir ~ Polish Easter Carol (Sing now, rejoice now)

Congregational Singing ~ Alleluia he is coming
 Jessie Tree

 

OUR LIFE TOGETHER

Affirmation of Deacons

Congregational Song

GM 265 In finstrer Gruft er lag (Low in the grave he lay)

(vs 1 English, vs 2 & 3 German)

Congregational Life & Prayer

Offering ~ Choir ~ O auferstandner Siegesfürst

 

Proclaiming God’s Word

Children’s Story

Choir ~ Crown Him King of Kings

Scripture Reading – Mark 16:1-8

Sermon ~ Very early on the first day of the week

 

Responding To God’s Word

Sending

Closing Song ~ HWB 280 Christ the Lord is risen today

Postlude

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Children’s Story/Sermon ~ Pastor Randy Hildebrand

Choir Director ~ Ed Hildebrand; Accompanist ~ Millie Hildebrand

Multimedia ~ Christina Giesbrecht

Offertory/Worship Music ~ Choir

Organist/Prelude/Postlude ~ Karen Peters

PA ~ Torsten Giesbrecht

Pianists ~ Millie Hildebrand, Jordan Hiebert

Song Leaders ~ Rudy & Henriette Schellenberg, Daryl Climenhaga,

June Snider; Jordan & Gillian Hiebert, Andrew Hiebert

Worship Leaders ~ Pastor’s Heiko Giesbrecht & Fernando Hiebert

Head Usher ~ Larry Thiessen

PRAYER & PRAISE

Please pray for:

s  Anne Unger in Bethesda Hospital

s  Hildegard Adrian in Bethesda Hospital

s  Sally Steingart in Bethesda Hospital (Rehab)

s  Peter Dyck in Vita Hospital

s  Erna Schroeder who is undergoing chemotherapy

s  Fernando & Jennifer Hiebert as Fernando’s father Hans Hiebert is dealing with health issues in Brazil.

Condolences and sympathies to Adela & Rudolf Froese and Crasila & Eldon Froese on the death of their mother Trudy Martens on
Mon. March 21.

I want to thank the church for your prayers and also for the food that was brought to me after my surgery.             Peter Toews

If you have a prayer request please contact our Prayer Chain coordinators Anne E. Froese, or
Lori Giesbrecht,

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CHURCH FAMILY INFORMATION

Deacon Affirmation: Adolf & Erna Bergen, Helga Froese, Hans & Wilma Giesbrecht, Ruben & Ursula Giesbrecht, Jac & Helen Harder, Sieg & Wanda Hiebert, Jacob & Susie Krahn, Jacob & Revita Schroeder, Bev Unger, Willie & Erna Wiebe

Susan Meszaros will be in the office until April 1st.

Rachel Klassen has sent a new newsletter.  You can pick it up in the foyer beside the Welcome Centre.

Our next Baptism & Membership Sunday will be June 5.  If you are interested in being baptized or transferring your membership to SMC please contact one of the pastors by Sun. April 3.

Women’s Retreat will be Sept. 23-25 at Camp Moose Lake. Registration will be in the foyer Sun. April 3 & 10.

Gym Comm. Contact this week: Henry Krahn

Volunteer Driver Contact: Dave Funk (March 22 – April 13)

SMC THIS WEEK

Today, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Family Volleyball

Mon. March 28, 6:45 p.m. Men’s Volleyball

Tues. March 29, 7:00 p.m. Women’s Volleyball

Sat. April 2, 7:45 a.m. Men’s Breakfast at Uncle Jake’s.
8:30 a.m. Sunbeams Birthday Breakfast at Smitty's.
9:30 a.m. Frauentreffen in the Kitchenette.

 

Nurture Schedule

College & Career – March 29, 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. Bible Study

Jr. Youth - Wed. March 30,  No Event this week – Spring Break

Sr. Youth - Thurs. March 31, No Event this week – Spring Break

 

COMMUNITY & CONFERENCE EVENTS

April 2, 7:00 p.m.  Eastman Male Choir Concert in Steinbach EMC.  See poster for details

April 3, 7:00 p.m. Vespers Service at Mennonite Heritage Museum

April 7, 7:00 p.m. CMU Spring Fundraiser.
 Dave & Lena Funk are going and have room for 4 more.

April 22 – 24, Man Camp 2016 at Roseau River Bible Camp.
Speaker: Steve Janz. Register at:
www.roseauriver.ca
For more info contact Pastor Heiko.

Hanover School Division will offer Religious Exercises & Religious Instruction where sufficient parents so request.  If interested, petition/permission slips are available at the Welcome Centre.  Deadline is Sunday, April 17.

 

 

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For the extended version of our bulletin visit www.steinbachmennonite.ca

Multimedia email address: multimedia@steinbachmennonite.ca

Sound Technician (P.A.) email address: sound@steinbachmennonite.ca

Please send all material/requests by Thursday 5:00 p.m.

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SMC VISION STATEMENT

Steinbach Mennonite Church is faithfully following Christ in worship and service by making disciples, building community and reaching out to the world.

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Welcome Visitors

Thank you for worshipping with us this morning. If you are visiting with us, we welcome you and would like to get to know you. We invite you to introduce yourself to us at the Welcome Centre. Some basic information about our church is available to you there.

 

April and May Sermon Series for both services will be Acts 1-10

Scripture Reading for this week is Acts 1

Mennonite Heritage Centre

Our 3rd Annual Dessert Fundraiser will be held Friday, April 8 at the MHC Gallery, in support of the ongoing work of the MHC’s archive program.  Andrew Wall, owner of Refuge31 Films and director of the Last Objector documentary about WWII Conscientious Objectors will speak about his interviews with COs and show a rough cut preview of his film.  Presentation at 7 PM, followed by coffee and dessert.

Mennonite Heritage Centre, 600 Shaftesbury Blvd, Winnipeg, CMU south campus.  RSVP to Connie Wiebe, 204 888 6781 x 194 or cwiebe@mennonitechurch.ca 

 

April 2   7:00 pm Eastman Male Choir Concert in Steinbach EMC.

 

 

·         Assembly 2016 Saskatoon – Plan to attend! Long Term International Witness workers from Germany, the United Kingdom, Thailand, South Korea, and the Philippines will be on hand to share about how they are being the hands and feet of Jesus. Register via home.mennonitechurch.ca/saskatoon2016/information

·         Follow Mennonite Church Canada Future Directions Task Force (FDTF) conversations at each Area Church gathering by visiting home.mennonitechurch.ca/FutureDirections. New this week is a summary from Mennonite Church Alberta and a commentary on the unexpected gift the FDTF process is offering, by Willard Metzger. 

·         Churches have been summoned by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada to engage the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. How will we do that?

"Wrongs to Rights" is a new conversation guide and study from Mennonite Church Canada's Indigenous Relations office, featuring 40 Indigenous, Settler, Christian and Traditional authors, poets and artists, to help your congregation begin the discussion. Individual orders via www.commonword.ca/go/507; Study group orders at a discounted price (minimum 7 copies) – www.commonword.ca/go/538.

 

·        Featured prayer request from the wider church (to receive regular prayer requests, subscribe to PrayerNet at: www.commonword.ca/go/96). Representatives from Mennonite Church Canada, Mennonite Church USA, and MennoMedia meet in Nashville, Tennessee March 28-29 as the steering committee for the development of a new Mennonite song collection (hymnal). Pray for God’s blessing on this project and those who are involved in it.

·         Webinar: Greg Boyd and Mauricio Chenlo, Mennonite Church USA denominational minister of church planting, discuss Neo-Anabaptist church planting efforts and innovative church planting in the Mennonite world. April 14, 2:00 p.m. EDT https://www.ambs.edu/churchleadershipcenter/Webinars.cfm
 

MDS Manitoba Fundraiser/Awareness Evening. Saturday, April 23, 2016 at 6 pm. Held at Winkler Bible Camp on Hwy 3, 3 miles north of the Junction of Highways 3 & 14. Come join us for supper, entertainment and report of what MDS is doing. Call 1-866-261-1274 for complimentary tickets.

 

MDS Family Project at Camp Assiniboia, Manitoba & Silver Lake Mennonite Camp, Ontario! MDS is partnering with these two Mennonite Camps to build cabins and other small buildings. Families with children of all ages are encouraged to come and learn from each other while serving others. In Ontario, food and camping sites are provided. In Manitoba food and camping sites are provided as well as some housing in the SS rooms of a local church. Cost is $75/family unit. Contact Evelyn Peters-Rojas at epetersrojas@mds.mennonite.net or 1-866-261-1274. 

 

You’re invited to A Fresh Look at CMU: A Spring Evening Fundraiser in support of Canadian Mennonite University. This year’s spring event is held at the university’s Shaftesbury campus.  

The evening will begin with your program choice in one of three different campus locations—Marpeck Commons, the Great Hall, and the Laudamus Auditorium, following which we will gather in the gymnasium.

Date:     Thursday, April 7

Time:    7:00 – 9:00 PM

Place:    500 Shaftesbury Blvd.

 

Part 1       7:00 pm  Looking In & Looking Out

·         Marpeck Commons:  Program features faculty members, Candice Viddal (Chemistry / Physics), David Balzer (Communications and Media), along with a student and alumnus

·         Great Hall: Program features  faculty members, Irma Fast Dueck (Biblical and Theological Studies), Jerry Buckland (International Development), along with a student and alumnus

·         Laudamus Auditorium: Choral music featuring the CMU Singers

Part 2        8:00 pm  CMU Pax Award          

·         Loewen Athletic Centre:  Program includes presentation of the 2nd annual CMU PAX Award in honour of a life of service, leadership and reconciliation in church and society. Recipient: Mr. Arthur DeFehr 

Part 3    9:00 – 10:00 pm Optional Bonus: After Hours Jazz in Marpeck Commons

·          For those wanting to relax with friends and great music 

Please RSVP by March 20 your interest in attending. Reply to me or email Joyce Friesen at jfriesen@cmu.ca or phone 204-594-0517, indicating your names, preferred location to start Part 1, and any special requests for whom you would like to be seated with for Part 2.  We will try and seat people with friendship groups.

Note:  Parking outside of Marpeck Commons is very limited.  Please park North of Founders Hall (500 Shaftesbury Blvd) or on CMU’s South Parking lot (600 Shaftesbury Blvd). 

Hors d’oeuvres and dessert , along with an offering in support of CMU, will be included in Part 2 of the evening. 

If you are unable to attend on April 7, but would like to make a gift to the university prior to CMU’s April 30 fiscal year end, please send a cheque to CMU or donate online at our website cmu.ca/donate.

 

With the arrival of thousands of Syrian refugees in Canada, Canadians are more curious than ever about the situation in the Middle East.  Who are these people?  Where do they come from?  What do they believe?  How can we relate to their past experiences?  How is their culture different than ours?  Can we ever understand each other?  Some of these refugees coming from Syria are Palestinian, having lived in Syrian refugee camps since 1948 when the state of Israel was established.  As the situation in the Middle East continues to deteriorate, what can we do about this in Canada?  How can we help? 

 

You are invited to participate in a workshop hosted by Steinbach United Church on Sunday April 3 from 7 pm to 9 pm

The event will be held at South East Helping Hands(Next door to the Church)

Please bring a tin for the bin

RSVP the Church office at 204-326-3713 or steinbachunited@mymts.net

The work shop is sponsored by UNJPPI

(United Network for Justice and Peace in Palestine/Israel)

www.unjppi.org

 

 

Three special courses are available during

our Spring/Summer course offerings!

Providence is offering spring and summer courses starting in May and running

through August. We want to direct your attention to three extra-special courses

and hope that you'll join us!

 

Please look in our Spring/Summer Course Offerings booklet

for a full course list and course details.

 

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The Book of Isaiah (Hybrid)

Online portion begins May 2, 2016  |  On-campus module May 24-27, 2016

  

Dr. Mark Boda joins us from McMaster Divinity College to explore what is often called The Fifth Gospel. An ordained minister and prolific author, Dr. Boda passionately teaches the Old Testament, showing its continuing relevance to today's Church. Dr. Boda's commitment to student formation makes his classes a heart-mind-action integrated experience.

  

To register, click the REGISTER NOW button below.

 

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Islam and Current Events

On-campus module May 2-6, 2016

  

We are privileged to have Dr. Nabeel Jabbour on our campus in the first week of May. Current events cause us to wonder about the influence of different religions, especially Islam. Dr. Nabeel Jabbour, an expert in Islamic fundamentalism, will help answer some of these questions or concerns you might have through the Islam and Current Events course.

 

This course is available for credit or for audit. 

View the event poster or visit nabeeljabbour.com for more information.

 

"I came to Providence in 2010 after 8 years of doing the ministry with Internationals in Vancouver. While studying, I sometimes wondered "why Providence? Why did God send me to Providence?". This question was clearly answered after I took the course, "the Islam and Current Events" in 2011 and 2012 by Dr. Nabeel Jabbour. I strongly sensed the reason God called me to Providence, and the place He is leading me to - the land of Palestine - after the chapter of my life in Otterburne is done." 

 

- Yu Jeong Cho, Providence International Enrollment Officer

 

 

To register, click the REGISTER NOW button below.

 

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The Gospel of Mark

On-campus module May 9-13, 2016

  

Dr. Ed Neufeld's faithful ministry at Providence Theological Seminary and in the local church, and his recent research on servant-discipleship provide deep contexts for servanthood. Dr. Neufeld's exploration of Mark will challenge your own discipleship, while deepening your understanding of Mark's message to the Church.

  

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For further information and registration, contact:

Dr. Lissa Wray Beal, Department Chair

lissa.wray.beal@prov.ca

 

To register, click the REGISTER NOW button below.

 

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Providence | 204.433.7488 | 
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Green thumb? The annual plant sale supporting the work of MCC will be held May 27-28, 2016. Please keep the sale in mind as you begin plants for the upcoming spring—vegetable and flowering plants are both appreciated! We are also looking for volunteers to help out at the event. For more info, contact Ron Dueck at 204-896-5057 or ronwendy@mymts.net.

Spring Concert - We hope you will join us for the Eastman Male Choir's spring concert, conducted by Ed Hildebrand. Proceeds from a freewill offering will support the work of MCC. Guests: Men's Choir from Steinbach Evangeliums Christen Gemeinde. Saturday, April 2 at Steinbach Evangelical Mennonite Church - 422 Main Street, Steinbach. 7:00 pm.

31 Days for Peace - During the month of March, MCC's Global Family is raising awareness and support for its peace education programs. Every new gift received towards Global Family peace education programs will be matched by a generous donor, up to $10,000! These peace programs are impacting the lives of over 16,000 students and teachers. For more information, please visit mcccanada.ca/31-days or call (204)261-6381.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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For the extended version of our bulletin visit www.steinbachmennonite.ca

Multimedia email address: multimedia@steinbachmennonite.ca

Sound Technician (P.A.) email address: sound@steinbachmennonite.ca

Please send all material/requests by Thursday 5:00 p.m.

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SMC VISION STATEMENT

Steinbach Mennonite Church is faithfully following Christ in worship and service by making disciples, building community and reaching out to the world.

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Welcome Visitors

Thank you for worshipping with us this morning. If you are visiting with us, we welcome you and would like to get to know you. We invite you to introduce yourself to us at the Welcome Centre. Some basic information about our church is available to you there.

 

 

 

The Luther College Choir from Regina, SK will present a concert on Wednesday, March 30, 7:00 pm, at St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 465 Henry Street, Steinbach. The choir performs a variety of music ranging from hymns to folk songs to vocal jazz arrangements. Everyone is welcome to attend. There is no admission charge.

1.       You’re invited to A Fresh Look at CMU: A Spring Evening Fundraiser in support of Canadian Mennonite University on Thursday, April 7 from 7:00 – 9:00 PM. This year’s spring event will be held at the university’s Shaftesbury campus. The evening will begin with your program choice in one of three different campus locations—Marpeck Commons, the Great Hall, and the Laudamus Auditorium, following which we will gather in the Loewen Athletic Centre. For more information go to cmu.ca/afreshlook.

2.      CMU Spring Break Open House: Students in grades 9–12 are invited to our Spring Break Open House! Stop by Marpeck Commons on March 30 between 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM to participate in a campus tour, bike-building and printing press workshops, enjoy free gelato, and discover all that CMU offers. For more information, visit cmu.ca/openhouse or call 204.594.0523. 

 

3.      Come and delve into the intersection of Arts and Peacebuilding with Dessa Quesada-Palm at the Canadian School of Peacebuilding, June 20-24, 2016. For more information, go to csop.cmu.ca or email csop@cmu.ca. Apply by April 1 to avoid a $50 late fee.

 

4.      The theme for CMU Vespers this month is “Psalms Are Us”. Vespers will be held Sunday, March 20 at 7:00 PM in the Laudamus Auditorium with Mel Braun conducting and Dietrich Bartel leading worship. All are welcome.

 

5.      You are invited to a public lecture on The Impact of Christian-Muslim Relations on World Peace with Dr. Mohammad Ali Shomali, Director of the Islamic Centre of England and the Founding Director of the International Institute for Islamic Studies on Wednesday, March 30 from 7:00–9:00 PM in Marpeck Commons, 2299 Grant Ave.

 

6.      Bells and Whistles with Strings Attached: Enjoy performances by the CMU Handbell Choir and the Guitar Ensemble on Sunday, April 3 at 7:00 PM in the Laudamus Auditorium. Admission $5.

 

7.      CMU’s Jazz ensembles, including the Wholly Jazz vocal ensemble and the CMU Jazz Band present Jazz at CMU on Wednesday, April 6 at 7:00 PM in the Great Hall. Admission $5.

8.      All are invited to the events of CMU Graduation weekend, including the following:

·         Spring Choral Concert: enjoy performances by the CMU Singers and the CMU Men’s and Women’s Choruses on Saturday, April 23, 7:00 PM at the Loewen Athletic Centre, 500 Shaftesbury Blvd.

·         Graduation Service: Sunday, April 24 at 2:30 PM, Immanuel Pentecostal Church, 955 Wilkes Ave. 

 

9.      Ignite your Passion at CMU Blazers Summer Sports Camps 2016!

·         August 15-19: Youth (grades 9-10) volleyball and basketball camps

·         August 22-26: Junior (grades 5-8) soccer, Junior & Youth ultimate (grades 7-10), and Junior High (grades 6-8) volleyball and basketball camps

For more details go to cmu.ca/sportscamps phone 204.487.3300, or email sportscamps@cmu.ca.

 

The Assembled News, a pre-Assembly 2016 newsletter, is now available from Mennonite Church Canada. Subscribe to regularly receive advance inspiration and information on the lead up to Assembly: www.commonword.ca/go/518.

·         Follow Mennonite Church Canada Future Directions Task Force conversations at each Area Church gathering by visiting home.mennonitechurch.ca/FutureDirections

·         Our 3rd Annual Dessert Fundraiser will be held Friday, April 8 at the MHC Gallery, in support of the ongoing work of the Mennonite Heritage Centre’s archive program.  Andrew Wall director of the Last Objector documentary about WWII Conscientious Objectors will show a rough cut preview of his film.  Presentation at 7 PM, followed by coffee and desserts from Goodies Bakery. Mennonite Heritage Centre, 600 Shaftesbury Blvd, Winnipeg, CMU south campus.  RSVP to Connie Wiebe, 204 888 6781 ext 194 or cwiebe@mennonitechurch.ca 

 

·         Churches have been summoned by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada to engage the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. How will we do that?

"Wrongs to Rights" is a new conversation guide and study from Mennonite Church Canada's Indigenous Relations office, featuring 40 Indigenous, Settler, Christian and Traditional authors, poets and artists, to help your congregation begin the discussion. Individual orders via www.commonword.ca/go/507; Study group orders at a discounted price (minimum 7 copies) – www.commonword.ca/go/538.

 

·         Featured prayer request from the wider church (to receive regular prayer requests, subscribe to PrayerNet at: www.commonword.ca/go/96). KyungHee Park, Mennonite Church Canada Witness Executive Assistant, is arranging itineration schedules for international Witness workers who will speak with Canadian congregations this summer. Pray for smooth logistics. May congregations and individuals be inspired by what God is doing through international ministries.

·         Starting on April 13, 2016, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary will offer an online, non-credit short course: Participation, Power and Process: Why Polity Matters. Sign up or encourage others in your congregation to join.

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Green thumb? The annual plant sale supporting the work of MCC will be held May 27-28, 2016. Please keep the sale in mind as you begin plants for the upcoming spring—vegetable and flowering plants are both appreciated! We are also looking for volunteers to help out at the event. For more info, contact Ron Dueck at 204-896-5057 or ronwendy@mymts.net.

 

Ø  Mennonite Women Manitoba is hosting the Sister Care Seminar on May 13 & 14 at the Bethel Mennonite Church in Winnipeg. Presenters are Carolyn Heggen and Rhoda Keener.  Register on-line at www.mennochurch.mb.ca/events.  For more information see poster or contact Kathy Giesbrecht at MCM kgiesbrecht@mennochurch.mb.ca

 

Ø  Help Camps with Meaning raise money to build 4 new cabins by supporting our Build A Cabin Song-a-Thon April 16th from 1-9 pm!  Be a part of the live audience at the Great Hall at CMU or watch the Song-a-Thon on your computer at home.  There will be great music all day long, interesting interviews and a few surprise guests.  To watch, donate, and learn more go to www.campswithmeaning.org/songathon.

 

Ø  Camps with Meaning is looking for health officers (RN/LPN/MD/EMR/EMT), kitchen helpers, and maintenance helpers to volunteer for a week of camp this summer! If you can fill any of these roles please contact our office at (204) 895-2267 or email camps@mennochurch.mb.ca.

 

Ø  This Sunday, March 20th there will be a service of Lament & Prayer for Pimicikamak Cree Nation (Cross Lake).   In the last two months, six members from this community have taken their lives, eighteen have attempted the same, and over one hundred and forty have reported suicidal ideation. There is a long and complex history behind these tragedies, but for now we hope to gather in solidarity and prayer for our sisters and brothers whose sorrows are profound and whose God-beloved lives are inextricably woven with our own.  The service will be held at Home Street Mennonite Church (318 Home Street, Winnipeg). Doors will open at 4:00 pm for silent reflection, prayer, smudging and drumming.  The service will begin at 5:00 pm.  A time of food and fellowship will follow (if you are able, please bring some squares, cookies or finger food to share).

 

 

Sunday, March 27, 7 am. - EastMan Choral Society - Easter Sunrise Service at Grace Mennonite Church, 430 3rd Street, Steinbach.  Celebrate our risen Saviour with choral music and the Winnipeg Brass Quintet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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