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December 1, 2016

Shabbat This Week
Friday, December 2

7:15 p.m. 
Shabbat Through the Arts 

Ice Cream Social oneg hosted by Rabbi Greg - thank you!

For more details about the potluck and activities preceding the service, please click

Your turn to host an oneg could be as soon as next month!  See the available dates and sign-up at this link.  Consider making the date special by gathering friends for Shabbat, or by hosting in honor or in memory of a loved one, or to mark an important anniversary or lifecycle event.  Additional questions?  Contact Merry Draffan by clicking her name.

Saturday, December 3
9:00 a.m. Torah Study

10:00 a.m. Shabbat Morning Service

A haftarah reader is needed for this Shabbat!  Also, Torah reading opportunities are available later in the month.  Please sign-up now at this link.  If you have questions, or need assistance with preparation, contact Virginia Lantry by clicking her name.

Torah Notes

Genesis, Parashat Toldot, 
  25:19 - 26:22 
  • Rebekah has twins, Esau and Jacob
  • Esau gives Jacob his birthright in exchange for some stew
  • King Abimelech is led to think that Rebekah is Isaac's sister and later finds out that she is really his wife
To learn more about this week's Torah portion, or to read supplementary commentary, please visit, or attend CBH Torah Study on Saturday mornings at 9:00 a.m. in the Library.

Friday, December 2, 2016

"Shabbat Through the Arts" Returns; 4th - 7th Grade Focus
5:30 p.m., pizza/veggie potluck dinner and sing-a-long in the Social Hall,
6:15 p.m., arts activities in the Social Hall, 
7:15 p.m., service in Sanctuary

While especially suited for 4th through 7th grade families, ALL CBH partners are invited and guaranteed a good time!  The program includes a short service, songs with Dan Tennenbaum, crafts, a game of Jewish trivia and the opportunity to write your own Shabbat prayer with songwriter/musician/CBH partner Dave Nachmanoff.  Pizza dinner and ice cream social oneg provided; bring veggie potluck salads and sides.  Come together to make Shabbat special!  This will be the only service this Friday night.

4th through 7th grade families are asked to RSVP by TODAY, Thursday, December 1 to  For more information, contact the CBH office at

Fridays, December 23 and 30, 2016

Save-the-Date For TWO Special Hanukkah Shabbat Celebrations!

Friday, December 23:  
  • Veggie Shabbat Potluck and Hanukkah Sing-a-Long, 5:30 p.m. in the Social Hall, featuring special guest musician Marshall Voit, guitarist and vocalist.
  • Kabbalat Shabbat Service, 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary, also featuring special guest musician Marshall Voit, guitarist and vocalist.
  • School-age children will enjoy "Chanukkah Cookies For a Cause" earlier in the afternoon; click here for details.

Friday, December 30:

  • Share the light of the seventh night with your friends!  Bring your hanukkiah at 5:45 p.m. to the Social Hall and illuminate it along side your community.
  • You'll also deLIGHT at the large-scale, handcrafted, forged metal hanukkiah presented to CBH last December by our friends at Adat Or Israel, a community of Spanish-speaking & bilingual Jews in Santa Maria, CA.  It was made by a congregant's father in Mexico, in appreciation of our gift of a Torah to Adat Or Yisrael when we finished scribing a new Torah to mark our 50th anniversary in Decemeber 2012. Learn more about CBH's special relationship with Adat Or Israel here.
  • Kabbalat Shabbat Service, 6:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary, followed by the "Pot-Latke" oneg!  Bring a plate of latkes to share; CBH will provide the sour cream and applesauce.  

For more details about either Hanukkah celebration, please check in with the CBH office at or 530-758-0842.
Yahrzeits - December 2 - 8
Saturday, December 3
Bud Lauck, stepfather of Virginia Lantry

Tuesday, December 6
Michelle Thompson, daughter-in-law of Audrey and Joe Green

Wednesday, December 7
Josh Halperin, stepbrother of Steve Cohan
Wednesday, December 7, continued
Murray Lazarus, father of Nancy Lazarus
Thursday, December 8
Hilda Rollman-Branch, grandmother of Eric Liederman
Clara Stoessler, grandmother of Dotti Egel
Turn Up the Light, Tone Down the Heat
As the autumn colors fade from the trees and the darkness of winter looms just around the corner, there seems to be a lot more heat than light in the world these days.  Just when we are in desperate need of the light of understanding and compassion, the temperature continues to rise in the tone and tenor of how we talk about and with one another.

In the wake of the elections, conversations are filled with concern and worry about the direction of our country.  And rightly so.  However, the polarization and vitriol that has been such a part of the recent presidential election that has divided our nation, communities and even families, threatens to continue to tear us apart rather than bring us together.  While clearly there continue to be fundamental and very deep differences of opinions among those across our country and here at home, we must always remember that we are all human beings deserving of respect, and we should never dehumanize those who disagree with us as “other.”  This is especially true in our own congregation where all should feel safe and at home. 

We need only look to Israel to see the recent destructive impact of a hatred burning out of control.  Just last week, there was a horrible graffiti attack on one of our reform synagogues in Ra’anana.  Even worse, death threats by Jewish extremists were made at the same time against Rabbi Gilad Kariv, the executive director of the Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism; Rabbi Rick Jacobs, the president of the Union for Reform Judaism here in the U.S. and Anat Hoffman, head of the Women of the Wall activist group (you can read an article about this incident by clicking here).

If that is not enough, the worst wild fires in Israel’s history have been ravaging the north of the country.  Since last Tuesday, 110 different fires have been identified and tens of thousands of homes have been destroyed.  In Haifa, the largest city affected, more than 1,000 homes were

destroyed and more than 60,000 people were displaced.  While only a small percentage of these fires may actually have been set purposefully as an act of terror, these flames rage as a powerful metaphoric reminder of the destructive power of hatred to consume everything in its path. 

And yet each crisis carries the seeds of redemption. So many around the globe have stepped up to aid Israel in fighting this natural disaster.  Jordan, Greece, Turkey, the Palestinian Authority and the United States have all sent firefighting support to put out the fires and prevent them from spreading further across the region.  If you would like to be a part of the support efforts, you can click here to add your light and fight the fire with a donation to ARZA (American Reform Zionist Association)

Just as in Israel people have come together to work towards our shared humanity, so, too, can all of us be a shining source of light and inspiration.  Dr. Moti Zeira, the director of the Educational Center for Israeli Judaism, wrote these uplifting words:  “These are troubling and disheartening times in the world, and I know that sometimes it feels as if the forces of hatred, intolerance and violence threaten to overcome our rational and civil societies.  Yet before we despair, I suggest we draw inspiration from the Israeli novelist Haim Hazaz: ‘There is no darkness that can extinguish a candle, but one candle illuminates all darkness.’  We must illuminate the darkness and amplify the light within us and the world.” 

As Hanukkah approaches, let us all consider what we can do to fight the darkness in our world by deciding to be that source of light that will be a beacon of hope, shining the way to a brighter future.

News From Rabbi Greg
THIS SUNDAY, December 4, 2016
Post-Election Davis Community Gathering
3:00 - 5:00 p.m., Davis Senior Center,
646 A Street, Davis

How will we move forward in the current political climate?  The new administration poses several challenges for our communities, our nation and our planet.  A series of open meetings will address how we will meet these challenges together.  This first meeting of the series will focus on communities under immediate threat.  Participants will help to define the topics for upcoming meetings.

In addition to Rabbi Greg, this first meeting also will include Davis Mayor Robb Davis,  Councilman Lucas Frerichs, Yolo County Supervisor Don Saylor and other representatives of local community and faith organizations in an engaging agenda:
  • Presentations by leaders of communities under threat:  immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQIA and African-Americans
  • A workshop to share resources and plan solutions
  • An opportunity to network around these issues.  

Please RSVP by phone at 530-304-0548 or online at  Indicate if you need child care services; child care is available upon request.  Questions?  Send an email to Gloria Partida by clicking her name.

This event is sponsored by Davis Phoenix Coalition, Yolo Interfaith Immigration Network, the Celebration of Abraham, the Culture C.O.-O.P., Lutheran Church of the Incarnation, the Service and Justice Ministry of the Davis United Methodist Church, the Social Justice Coordinating Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis and Yolo MoveOn

NOW through Saturday, December 24, 2016
Giving Tuesday Campaign at Bet Haverim
Nearly $1,000 Already Donated by CBH Partners Toward the $5,400 Goal

While hundreds of millions of dollars have been raised worldwide during past Giving Tuesday campaigns, Bet Haverim has set a rather modest goal of $5,400 to benefit synagogue operations for our first-ever Giving Tuesday effort, which began two days ago and continues through Saturday, December 24, the first night of Hanukkah.  

Please help to make this a true season of light for our Jewish community!  Click here to donate via PayPal, Visa or MasterCard , and select from the following gift options, each representing an offset of operational expenses at CBH during 2016-2017:

  • $36 buys supplies for a Haverim K'tanim/Young Families activity
  • $72 buys challah for Shabbat and Sunday School for two weeks
  • $108 keeps the lights on in the Social Hall for a month
  • $360 sends a child to Religious School or Hebrew School who otherwise cannot afford to enroll
  • $540 brings a special speaker or musician for an evening or weekend
  • $720 provides security personnel for the High Holy Days
  • A gift to your community of any amount!

Make your gift extra meaningful by contributing in honor or in memory of a loved one.

Should you prefer to donate via check, please deliver your donation to the CBH office before December 24, and include "Giving Tuesday" in the memo.

Questions about the campaign?  Please contact
Joy Cohan, Communications Specialist, by clicking her name, or phoning 530-383-1814.

The Future of the Bet Haverim Community Is In Your Hands...Join Your Haverim Who Are Already
Assuring Jewish Tomorrows
Make a Legacy Commitment This Fall or Winter and help CBH to Earn a $2,500 Grant
This Fall, one CBH legacy donor, or pair of donors, will be profiled each week.  The concept of CBH as family motivates Joy and Steve Cohan, this week's featured partners.  CBH partners for 20 years, Joy and Steve have educated three sons in the Religious School who have participated in both Gan Haverim and the Keshet and Confirmation teen programs, as well.  They have each served the synagogue as Board officers, with Steve currently presiding as co-president.  In addition, Joy has been involved in multiple CBH fundraising efforts, led the Tree of Life 50th Anniversary Celebration and is now employed by CBH as the Communications Specialist.
“To leave a legacy to Bet Haverim is an expression of the deep commitment and love we have for this community.  It is a part of our family, so we want to provide for it similarly when we pass on.  The founding generation invested both time and treasure to create what we enjoy today; it is our generation's turn to deepen and continue that investment.”
See a full list of the more than 50 CBH Legacy Donors by clicking here.  To create your Jewish legacy, contact Michael Bobell, CBH Life and Legacy Coordinator, by clicking his name, or by phoning 530-400-7031.  The commitment deadline to assist with CBH's incentive grant eligibility is Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
Hanukkah Is Almost Here!  
Benefit CBH by Shopping "Amazon Smile" and World of Judaica
Thanks to a partnership with's "Amazon Smile" program, CBH is guaranteed a 0.5% return on all eligible purchases you make using this link. Just make purchases as you normally would from Amazon, as often as you wish.  Use of the link ensures that CBH will receive the rebate.
In addition, all Judaica and holiday items that you buy from the CBH Online Gift Shop, powered by World of Judaica, earn CBH an impressive 11% or more every time you shop.  Remember to use this dedicated link!  Israeli products, jewelry, foods and more are just a click away, and will be conveniently delivered to your home.
Questions?  Contact the CBH office at, or 530-758-0842.
More Events News Coming Soon
Kids, Teens and Families News
Shabbat Safari, a Haverim K'tanim event
Saturday, December 17, 2016, 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., North Classroom

In preparation for the eight nights of Hanukkah, we will create a Hanukkah craft, sing and dance Hanukkah songs and blessings and hear the story of the Maccabees.  We will also visit the Sanctuary to see the Torah during Shabbat Morning Services, followed by kiddush with challah and grape juice.

Haverim K'tanim ("Little Friends") events are for children under age six and their parents, grandparents or other family members.  To RSVP (by Thursday, December 15), or for more information, please contact Shayndel Adler-Eldridge by clicking her name, or call the CBH office at 530-758-0842.  To view a complete schedule of all Haverim K'tanim events for 2016-2017, click here.


Octopretzel Children's Hanukkah Concert
Saturday, December 18, 2016, 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Social Hall

Octopretzel's show is as exuberant as their whimsical name, and Bet Haverim is so fortunate to welcome the band for back for another magical holiday concert!  Through engaging music, these skilled musicians inspire children's curiosity, wonder and appreciation for the world we live in.  The result is a danceable, singable and super-fun experience for the whole family.

Tickets are available at the door only; cash and checks, no credit cards.  $8 for adults and $5 for children 2-12.  Children under 2 are free.  Come early to avoid the line!  Pizza and beverages also will be available for purchase.

To learn more about Octopretzel, please click here.  For more information about the event, contact the CBH office at, or call 530-758-0842.



Chanukkah Cookies For a Cause:  Mini-Mitzvah Afternoon for School-Age Children Friday, December 23, 2016, 2:30 - 4:30 p.m., Social Hall 

Calling all school-age kids!  School's out early on this day, so let's get together with friends to decorate Chanukkah cookies for a cause. We'll decorate edible dreidels and chanukkiahs to take home, and also for the guests that week of the Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter (IRWS). 
Please bring with you a clean, new or gently used scarf, pair of gloves or hat to add to our gift bags for the IRWS guests.  Small donations to cover the cost of the cookie materials are appreciated.  Either cash or checks made to the Rabbi's Discretionary Fund are acceptable.

This event is appropriate for children in Kindergarten or older.  Children need to be accompanied by a designated, supervising adult.  For more information, please contact CBH Partner
Sharon Richman by clicking her name.  

Also, plan to stay for the potluck, Hanukkah sing-a-long and Shabbat service following this activity; see more details



Religious and Hebrew School News
The magic of Camp Newman comes to morning services THIS SUNDAY, December 4, as camp song leader Toby Pechner is set to add a bit of Summer to a chilly morning.

Also, the 6th Grade Family Program is THIS SUNDAY, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., in the Social Hall.


Other dates for your calendar:

  • Sunday, December 11:  School-wide Hanukkah Celebration - NO Morning Services!  Begin in classrooms at 9:30 a.m., all are invited to a special assembly 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. in the Social Hall.
  • Sundays, December 18 and 25, 2016 and January 1, 2017:  NO RELIGIOUS SCHOOL due to Winter Break.
  • Wednesdays, December 21 and 28, 2016 and January 4, 2017:  NO HEBREW SCHOOL due to Winter Break.
To contact Malka Sansani, Education and Youth Director, for more details about Religious and Hebrew School activities, send a message to, or call

Keshet and Confirmation Teen Programs Meet THIS SUNDAY

If your teen is not yet registered, please see more information and a registration form at this link, or contact Sarah Turtletaub, Teen Engagement Coordinator, at

Davis Reform Temple Youth (DRTY) Celebrates Hanukkah!
Sunday, December 11, 2016, 5:00 - 9:00 p.m., Social Hall  

8th - 12th graders, come join in baking Hanukkah cookies, making holiday cards and friendship bracelets for children in need, learn about how other cultures celebrate and play games!  Hanukkah sweaters/hats/attire encouraged, but not required.

The event will conclude with a "Hanukkah Harry" gift exchange.  Created by the DRTY board, this is similar to a "White Elephant" gift exchange.  To participate, please bring a small gift approximately $5 in value.

RSVP by THIS TUESDAY, December 6 to Sarah Turtletaub at  Please also contact Sarah with any questions.

Calling all Middle Schoolers to West Coast Party, Jr.
Friday, January 13 - Monday, January 16, 2017, URJ Camp Newman

An exclusive weekend for 6th - 8th graders from across the Western U.S.!  It's the best Jewish party in the West, held over the Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend at URJ Camp Newman.  Kids can reunite with and meet new friends, dream about how to make our world a better place, play sports, create art, enjoy a magical camp Shabbat, discover the fun of Jewish camping and NFTY678 teen-powered regional youth groups.

Early bird registration opens THIS MONDAY, December 5, 2016.  Fees are $300 if paid by December 14, or $350 up until the January 6, 2017 registration deadline.  To enroll, or for more information, please see
this link.


To learn more about all of the CBH programs for teens, including fee and registration information and a calendar, please click here.  Questions?  Please contact Sarah at, or by phoning 530-758-0842.

Graduating high school seniors who have lived in Yolo, Sacramento, Placer or El Dorado Counties for at least two years may be eligible to apply for a Schwab-Rosenhouse Memorial Scholarship, if they plan to attend a college within 100 miles of Sacramento.  For more details, see this link.
Gan Haverim Preschool News
by Rhoda Rohnstock, Director

In November, the children had an opportunity to taste pomegranates, thanks to one of our dads who brought in several varieties and helped the children extract the seeds to sample them.

We also had an eagerly-anticipated visit from a local firefighter crew.  They showed the children the gear they wear in a fire, as well as the supplies that they keep on the fire engine.

In December, the preschoolers will be getting ready for Hanukkah by making their own hanukkiahs to take home, as well as some tasty  holiday treats.

We always welcome visitors, so please stop in anytime.  We offer a play-based curriculum with a warm nurturing environment.  For more information about the school and enrollment, please contact me at 530-758-0842, ext. 105, or at
THIS SUNDAY, December 4, 2016
Israel Matters Presents:  Magan David Adom, the Emergency Medical Services of Israel 
3:00 - 5:00 p.m., Social Hall
Brooke Spenser, Development Coordinator of American Friends of Magen David Adom, will be speaking about the remarkable work of Magan David Adom (MDA) in Israel.  

Israel Matters' fundraising efforts for 2016-2017 will benefit MDA. Additional information coming soon.  To learn more in the interim about MDA, please click 

George Rooks, Israel Matters Committee chairperson, can provide details about both the presentation and the fundraising plans at
THIS TUESDAY, December 6, 2016
ChaverSangha Meditation Group 
7:00 - 8:30 p.m., Sanctuary

Rabbi Seth Castleman will lead the group in meditation in a new, permanent meeting location in the Sanctuary.

ChaverSangha is a meditation and spiritual practice group with an emphasis on Buddhist and Jewish meditation.  The usual meeting schedule is the first and third Tuesday evening of each month.  All group activities are free and open to the entire community, regardless of religious affiliation or experience with meditation.  First-timers definitely are welcome!

For more information, please contact Rabbi Seth at or 617-935-9697.
THIS WEDNESDAY, December 7, 2016

Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region Presents:  
Jewish Family Service Caregivers' Support Groups at CBH 
10:00 - 11:30 a.m., 6:30 - 8:00 p.m., Room locations available upon registration

Spouses, adult children, family members and friends who are acting as caregivers for a loved one are invited to participate.  Facilitated by CBH Partner Jane Zeiger, LCSW, the groups provides a warm environment offering support and strategies to address the unique needs and stresses of caregiving.  

A new morning session has begun, and will meet on following five Wednesday mornings:  December 7, December 28, January 4, January 18 and February 1.  
The evening session meets again on Wednesday, December 7.  A new session is beginning on Wednesday, December 28 and continues on January 4, January 18, February 1, February 15 and March 1.  The evening group has a special emphasis on adult children caring for aging parents

The Federation charges a $60 fee for either series; drop-ins are welcome at $10 per session with advance notice.  For more information, or to RSVP, contact Jewish Family Service Community Social Worker Rebecca Ray at 916-205-0688. 
Sunday, December 11, 2016
Israel Peace Alternatives Presents:  "Gett:  The Trial of Vivian Amsalem" Film Screening and Discussion with May Pundak of the New Israel Fund
2:00 - 5:00 p.m., Social Hall
In Israel, rites of passage—including conversion, marriage, and divorce—are the sole domain of the Orthodox Rabbinate. To divorce, part of that process involves a gett (the document that releases a wife from marriage).  In order to obtain a gett and finalize a divorce, some Jewish women have been compelled to give up parental rights or pay large sums of money.

Join IPA for the only Sacramento-area screening of this celebrated film, which tells the story of one woman’s pursuit of a gett, followed by a presentation and conversation with the New Israel Fund’s May Pundak, an Israeli civil rights attorney and activist. 

Pundak will offer insights into the state of marriage and divorce in Israel, as well as a new campaign by NIF’s New Generations (young adult group) calling on Israel to enact legislation guaranteeing marriage equality in Israel.

To learn
about the screening at CBH, the film and related topics, please click here.   CBH Partner Sarah Pattison also can assist by clicking her name, or phoning 530-220-5042.  The screening is free of charge and open to the public.
Tuesday, December 13, 2016
A Taste of Yiddish Study Group 
10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Library

Do you have childhood memories of hearing Yiddish?  Are you curious about Yiddish in Jewish culture?  This group of approximately 10 welcomes new members, and functions in a "book group" format, sharing copies of stories, songs and jokes in Yiddish, that are then translated and discussed in English.

It is ideal for participants to know the Hebrew alefbet before attending, however, help is available for those needing assistance.  This is NOT a drop-in group; regular attendance on the second and fourth weeks of the month is necessary in order to build skills from one meeting to the next.  Please contact Zipi Mor at or 530-792-8917 if you plan to join the group, or if you need additional details.
Sunday, December 18, 2016
Israel Matters Presents:  Randy Neal of Christians United for Israel
3:00 - 5:00 p.m., Social Hall
CBH welcomes back Randy Neal, speaking on "From Christian Replacement Theology to the U.N.'s Erasement Theology."  Randy intends to, "connect the dots between Christian denominations which deny a link to Judaism, with the United Nations, many of whose organizations seek to erase Jewish history in Israel completely, " he says.

This event will be free of charge and open to the public.  For more information about this program, or Israel Matters Committee activities in general, please contact
George Rooks, chair, by clicking his name.
Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Davis Community Meals Needs YOU!
Bet Haverim Sets-Up and Serves Every Third Tuesday
4:30 - 7:30 p.m., St. Martin's Church, 640 Hawthorn Lane, Davis
Bet Haverim has an opportunity every month to make a difference in the lives of the hungry in our community, by making a warm meal in a sheltered setting possible.  Volunteers of all ages are welcomed and encouraged.  Can you help on Tuesday, December 20, or another upcoming third Tuesday of the month?

Thanks to the sign-up link, you can indicate your availability for this month or future dates in advance.  If you are able to come for only a portion of the three hour period, your help still is valued; please indicate your exact availability when you sign-up.  

Additional questions?  Please contact CBH Partner Shoshana Zatz at  

SPECIAL HOLIDAY MITZVAH OPPORTUNITY!  Davis Community Meals will serve a Christmas meal on Saturday, December 24, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.  For more information and to volunteer to assist, please click the name of the meal above.
Week of Sunday, January 8 - Saturday, January 14, 2017
CBH Host Week
To Shelter the Homeless
All Week, Social Hall
Would you like to make a tangible difference in the lives of the homeless population in our town?  Would you like to teach your children about tikkun olam and tzedakah in a very real and enjoyable way?
You can help by driving, cooking and/or serving food for the guests of the Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter at CBH.  This mitzvah opportunity is appropriate for children 9 years or older with adult supervision.  This is a great group or family activity.  It's easy to sign up, just click on
this link.
Thank you for your support!  If you have questions or need help coordinating a group, please email CBH Partner
Sharon Richman by clicking her name.
Items for the Weekly e-tone must be submitted by the Monday prior to publication to:

The e-tone usually is published on Thursdays. Submissions meeting the following criteria will be considered for publication:
  • Reminders about approved CBH programs and events 
  • Meeting notices for CBH groups and committees
  • Religious school and/or CBH youth groups notices 
  • Ritual information (i.e., holiday and Shabbat schedules and details)
  • Updates from CBH clergy
  • News about partners' lifecycle events (b’nai mitzvahs, births, marriages, deaths) 
  • Items from Hillel, the Sacramento Jewish Federation and the URJ may also be included.  
All submissions must include contact information, and may be edited for length, clarity, readability and compliance with CBH editorial style.  The placement and frequency of submissions within the e-tone will be at the discretion of the Communications Specialist and/or the Executive Director. No item will be included more than four weeks prior to an event/meeting date, although exceptions may be made for CBH fundraisers.
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