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July 2019


A Letter From Pastor Cindy


From My Heart to Yours,

Our new vision statement for the church says that "We are imperfect people called to love Jesus, serve others, and offer God's grace to all." The short version is "Love Jesus, Serve Others, Offer God's Grace To All." I love this statement because it clearly says what is important to us as believers and it calls us to get out there, roll our sleeves up, and serve those who are all around us. The Administrative Council of the church is using this statement to help guide us as we discuss the ministries of the church and as we look for new avenues through which to reach out to others. Let me encourage all of us to read over this Vision Statement, then pray over it and finally ask the Lord to show us where we may need to do a bit of extra work to actually be implementing what it proclaims. Deuteronomy 6: 4-5 can give us some insight as to what it means to love, serve, and offer grace. It says, "Hear, O Israel: The Lord is our God, the Lord alone. You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength." And then Jesus told us the following in Matthew 22: 37-38. He said, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all you soul, and with all you mind. This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is like it: 'You shall love your neighbor as yourself." These verses tell us that we are called to love God and serve others with all that we are!

May we, the people of FUMC, be bringers of positive change as we actively strive to be all that God has called us to be. To God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit be all glory, honor, and praise.

In Christ,

Pastor Cindy

Director of Programs / Music Director

FUMC Begins Going Green

                As the people of God, we are charged with the care of this amazing planet upon which we live.  God called it the garden in Genesis.  I wonder what he would call it now.  We are called to lead God’s people, not follow the crowd as we pollute the world we will leave to our children, grand children and generations to come.  In response to the incredible climate change we are witnessing and the amount of garbage that is filling our land and our oceans, FUMC is taking responsibility for the things we can control around our church. 
Many who work in the kitchen have been concerned with the use of Styrofoam products at meals and for take-out. Many crews have begun using the plates and cups we have in the cabinets in the kitchen which is really the best way to serve.  These need to be washed and put away, but we have a dishwasher and washing dishes together is an ages old family pastime.

      After a bit of research, we have begun the process of changing from foam, plastic and paper plates, cups and bowls that will take centuries to decompose in landfills to environmentally sound compostable products.  It’s going to cost more.  That’s a fact.  But the cost is not prohibitive and the cost to the future, if we do nothing, is overwhelming.  May God give us the wisdom and courage to do what is best for that which has been given to us to care for.
Patti is Heading for Kingdom Kamp
     Labor Day weekend has been Kingdom Kamp weekend for Patti for 17 years.  She honestly cannot remember what other people do and she is sure that whatever it is, it is not as much fun as Kamp!  Kingdom Kamp is a Kamp for adults (18 and over) who are mentally and physically challenged.  It takes place at Cathedral Oaks, a Rio Texas Conference facility outside of Schulenburg.  The staff is a great mix of young and old, men and women, retired and just starting out in business.  There is a Kamp Director and a Kamp Pastor, 2 incredible nurses, a 3 to 1 ratio of kampers to room-staff and support staff galore.  With up to 60 kampers at kamp, it takes 20 room staff, musicians, crafts people, lifeguards, support staff and nurses just to keep everything going.  The staff work hard to make the experience a great one for the kampers but ask any staff person and they will tell you that it is the staff that gets the most out of the weekend.  Registration for kampers and staff is still open.  If you would like to work on staff or if you know someone who might like to go to Kingdom Kamp please contact Patti.

                One of the things that Patti has worked on as a special project for years is the country store.  Kampers are given “Angel Bucks” whenever they are caught being an angel and they can redeem these bucks for all sorts of wonderful items in the store.  Patti is looking for new or gently used t-shirts (especially with Christian messages on them), gently used CDs (country and spiritual are the favorites), coffee mugs, writing paper and nice pens, coloring books, colors, anything that you wear when you dress up and basic hygiene products.  One of the most popular events at kamp is the DANCE!  Kampers get all dressed up for the dance and dance the night away with such joy and laughter, it is truly lovely.  Anything that is cowboy oriented like boots, hats, bolo ties, cowboy shirts, belts and long flowing skirts (like those broom skirts) are sure to find their way to the dance.  Hair bobs like barrettes, bows and boas, jewelry and fingernail polish are huge hits too.  If you have any of these things and could part with them for a very good cause, please bring them to the church office or Patti’s office anytime before August 30. 
Save the Date!
                Mark your calendars!  Save the date!  The FUMC Women’s Retreat is happening December 6 - 8, 2019.  More information will come in your August newsletter.
Movie Night        July 26, 2019


Tony and Elizabeth have it all---good jobs, a beautiful daughter, and their dream home. But their marriage is crumbling, and Tony is flirting with temptation. When Elizabeth meets her new client, Miss Clara, she's challenged to establish a "war room" and a battle plan for prayer. What will happen if she steps out in faith?
Rated PG. Dove faith-friendly.
Approx. 120 minutes.


Our Wesley Nurse
Sharlene Scheler RN BSN
July 2019

What High Blood Pressure Does to Your Body

High blood pressure, or HBP, pushes too hard on your artery walls. This damages the inside and causes fat, or 'plaque,' to collect

Artery Damage

Your arteries should be sturdy, springy, and smooth to move blood easily from your lungs and heart, where it gets oxygen, to your organs and other tissues. High blood pressure, or HBP, pushes too hard on your artery walls. This damages the inside and causes fat, or "plaque," to collect. That plaque makes your arteries more stiff and narrow, so they can't do their job as well.
It's when pressure pushes out a section of an artery wall and weakens it. If it breaks, it can bleed into your body, and that could be serious. It's possible in any artery, but an aneurysm is most common in your aorta, which runs down the middle of your body. If you have a damaged artery, you could get an aneurysm even if you don't have high blood pressure.
Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
CAD happens when plaque builds up in arteries close to your heart. This slows blood flow, which can bring chest pain or a strange heart rhythm (called an arrhythmia). A total blockage can cause a heart attack.
Heart Attack
When enough plaque builds up, or a clump of it comes loose, to completely block an artery to your heart, it can cause a heart attack. The blockage starves the heart muscle of oxygen and nutrients. That can hurt or destroy it.
You usually feel pressure or pain in your chest, but sometimes in your arm, neck, or jaw too. It might be hard to breathe, and you could be dizzy or nauseated.
Call 911 if you have any of these warning signs.
Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)
PAD is like CAD, but it affects blood vessels farther from your heart, like those in your arms, legs, head, or stomach. You might have pain or cramps in your legs, often when you walk or climb stairs. It can also make you tired. The pain may go away when you rest and come back when you move. Left untreated, PAD could bring more serious problems like stroke, ulcers, and loss of circulation in your legs, which can cause amputation.
Heart Failure
High blood pressure can cause your arteries to narrow. Over time, that can make your heart work harder and get weaker. Eventually, it gets so weak that it can't supply enough blood to the rest of the body. This is heart failure.
Enlarged Heart
As it works harder to move blood around, the muscle of your heart thickens. As a result, your whole heart gets larger. The bigger it gets, the less able it is to do its job, which means your tissues might not get the oxygen and nutrients they need.
High blood pressure is the top cause of stroke. There are two types:
  • Hemorrhagic: A weakened artery bursts in the brain.
  • Ischemic: A clump, or "clot," of plaque comes loose and blocks blood flow to brain cells.
Part of your brain starts to die when it doesn't get enough blood. This can hurt your ability to think, move, speak, and see. For symptoms, remember FAST:
  • Face drooping?
  • Arm weakness?
  • Speech problems?
  • Time to call 911.
HBP can cause plaque buildup in arteries that supply your brain. The clogging of those arteries can slow the flow of blood to the rest of your body. When it changes the way your brain works, it's called "vascular dementia."
It might affect how well you think, speak, see, remember -- even the way you move. This usually happens slowly over time. But if you have a stroke, you could notice symptoms very quickly.
Kidney Failure
High blood pressure is the second-leading cause of kidney failure. It narrows and hardens the blood vessels your kidneys use to help get rid of waste and extra fluid. That keeps special filters, called nephrons, from getting enough blood and nutrients. That can eventually shut down your kidneys for good.
Eye Problems
Over time, high blood pressure can slow blood flow to the retina, the light-sensitive layer of tissue at the back of the eyeball. It can also slow the travel of blood to the optic nerve, which helps send signals to your brain. Either may blur your vision, or in some cases make it go away. HBP might also cause fluid to build under your retina. That could scar the tissue and distort your vision.
Sex Problems for Men
High blood pressure can slow down blood flow anywhere in the body. Without enough blood to your penis, you may have problems getting or keeping an erection. If you thought you were healthy, this may be a sign that you need to see your doctor to check your high blood pressure and rule out related health issues.
Sex Problems for Women
Your body may respond differently because of less blood flow to your vagina, both before and during sex. You might not be as aroused when you want to be, and it could be harder to climax. High blood pressure can also make you more tired. It can ease your sex drive, too.
Bone Loss
People with high blood pressure often have more calcium in their urine. It may be that HBP causes your body to get rid of too much of this mineral that's so important to strong bones. This can lead to breaks or fractures, especially in older women.
Sleep Apnea
This makes your throat muscles relax too much and stops your breathing briefly, but repeatedly, as you sleep. High blood pressure seems to cause sleep apnea, which in turn appears to raise blood pressure. Work with your doctor to treat both conditions as soon as you can. It may prevent other health problems.


United Methodist Ladies
Our June meeting on Thursday the 13th was the best yet! (My opinion--Terry Carmack). We met in our newly designated and decorated room in the Church Education Building--Judy McAbee has done amazing work to paint it and decorate it and set it up for us; it is wonderful! It has a small library and reading area in addition to space for meetings.
11 members attended as we discussed UML business.  The up-coming Quilt Show and Fall Festival plans for Nov. 9th were presented by Terry Carmack who is in charge of the over-all event coordination this year; it will be held one day only, on Saturday from 9:00am to 4:00pm (lunch 11:00am-2:00 pm). If you have ideas to share or can contribute in anyway, here are contact people to talk to:
            Terry Carmack and Patti Herndon-- Publicity, Vendors/Artisans
            Finance Documentation/Records--Patti Herndon
            Quilt Show--Dianna Ewen and Heloise Long-Castles
            Lunch/Meal--MaryAnn Walborg
            Country Store--Kathleen Clock-Caso
            Entertainment Schedule Organization--David and Sandra Mohr
            Children’s Activities--Judy McAbee.
This festival will be very important for UML in raising funds for Student Scholarships (Cody Cyr will be receiving a UML scholarship from us as he begins college in Kansas this year), for our Adopt-a-Family program for Thanksgiving and Christmas once again, and other on-going programming we will be doing in the up-coming year.  We are hoping this will be a very fun event for our church and the Smithville community as it is being coordinated with the Chamber of Commerce as part of the Airing of the Quilts again this year.
            We had 9 well-known women from the Bible depicted by members in costume who presented the research they’d done on their assigned women and had those in attendance guess who they were.  It was really interesting and fun; MaryAnn and Heloise tied for the most correct guesses and won prizes. We have some real dramatists in our midst!  Attached pictures are of Terry Carmack with MaryAnn Walborg, Terry Conrad, and Heloise Long-Castles.  Can you recognize their characters?? ;-)

Kathleen Caso-Clock conducted a wonderful group participation activity on information she had on the importance of laughter and happiness on our over-all health and well-being. Her presentation was not only very interesting, but I think all who participated would agree it was a real “Hoot!”
Our next meeting will be on Thursday, July 11th.  We will meet at 2:00 pm at our church and car-pool to the UMC in Winchester for our meeting and short presentation. Afterwards we will enjoy ice cream at the Ice Cream Depot there.  All women from our church are encouraged to join us.

Smithville Methodist Men News

Our next meeting will be Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 6:00 pm, at SeaLand in La Grange, TX.
Team Leader, Paul Todd along with Bob Lury, Bobby McVey, Joe Milner, Larry Maguns, and Ben White will be in charge of this meeting.
  • Glynn Hill will be contacting each of you on the list to see if you will be attending this meeting.  If you say "Yes" and cannot attend, please call (512) 575-7061 before July 15th.  I need to give SeaLand  the number of people that will be coming.

Youth update from the Upper Room:
Our youth department is still moving along, and making strides.  We have had a steady 3 count for the most part, and ended our last Wednesday with 5 youth.  Please keep praying for the youth of Smithville, along with the youth present and future of SFUMC.  We had our first Youth Group Summer Bash, and it was a GREAT success!!!  We actually lost count, which is a good problem to have.  We had between 17 and 20 young people show up, and 6 adults came to help out.  It was AWESOME to see that many young people on our campus playing basketball, volleyball, cornhole, washers, Spoons, Bellz, laughing and cutting up, eating, and having wholesome family friendly fun.  We put the word out, and it worked!!!
Youth involvement in the church:
Our youth have not only been going to youth group, but they’ve been actively involved in church activities.  In June, our youth were active by helping serve meals on Wednesday nights, reading scripture in Sunday services, picking up church attendance sheets, turning off lights, blowing out candles, and most recently taking up the offering.
Youth on the move:     
These young people have very active lives, and stay busy in school and in their extra-curricular activities, and the summer is no different.  One of our young people was involved in one more round of band competitions, one graduated high school, and was recognized at the All Star Preps All-Centex banquet at the Palmer Event Center put on by the Austin American Statesman, and one just took their first ever ACT and got a 21.
A word from the Director of Youth Ministries:
I wanted to again personally thank each and every one of you for being active in the lives of these young people.  You at the least have been praying for them and myself, some have given of your time, others have given money or donated specific items to provide every single item on our wish list to help us get started with a bang.  With your help, we have put the word out to our community that young people are valued and welcome at our church.  What that has caused to happen is having not one, but two big events where we were pushing 20 or more young people on our campus, and we have had a steady at least 2 up to 7 young people on Wednesday nights, just since April.  That’s not bad for just getting started.  If you’re Safe Gatherings certified, and you’d be willing to come up for one of our Wednesday night lessons, please get with me, so we can get you put on the calendar.

Gordon Cyr, Director of Youth Ministries
(832) 859-2331 cell or office (512) 237-3325

Diabetic Bingo on Tuesday's from 2pm to 4pm, at the First United Methodist Church’s Family Activity Center.

The cost is FREE.

The winnings will be food, household needs like dish soap, laundry detergent. It is a come and go bingo. Come and join the fun. You do not need to be diabetic to play and win.

For questions call Sharlene Scheler RN Wesley Nurse at 210-259-3733 or email Look forward to seeing you and having fun.

Walk to Emmaus News
July’s monthly gathering is scheduled at

Schulenburg UMC on Tuesday 7-16-19;
Pot luck dinner at 6:30pm followed by Worship with a 4th day speaker and communion and wonderful music!

Please plan on attending and participating as:

Smithville FUMC hosts the August Cathedral

Oakes Emmaus Community Gathering at 6:30 pm,


Terry Carmack will be giving the 4th Day talk in August. It would be very nice if we could provide special music to have during communion. I would like to make some simple table centerpieces for tables for the pot luck meal, if anyone would like to help me? I have “stuff” to make them with. Guests interested in finding out about The Walk to Emmaus are welcomed to attend.

The September Men’s Walk in La Grange had to be postponed for a year and is now scheduled for September 10-13, 2020 in La Grange. They were unable to get all the team together and have the preparation time necessary for this September.

The next La Grange Women’s Walk is scheduled for March 19-22, 2020 and Heidi Stone will be the Lay Director of that Walk.

De Colores! 

Terry Carmack (512)237-0087(texts preferred or email:


VBS 2019
The story of Jonah
Monday, July 15 –Wednesday, July 17
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
FUMC Smithville
Early registration @ 512-237-3325


  Food Pantry:
  Needs volunteers on Wednesday mornings.  

Church Office:

Needs 1 volunteer each Wednesday from 10-12 to cover the phone during the weekly staff meeting.
Drivers Needed:
For rides to church and doctor appointments.  If you would be willing to serve Christ in this way, please call the church office at 512-237-3325.
Smithville Community Clinic:

We are always looking for volunteers to help out to do basic office/receptionist duties. Please contact Brianna Temby at (512) 237-0647.

New Hope Respite:
  Needs volunteers on Thursdays in the FAC.
July Observances & Fun Facts

                                July 2017 is Observed as

  • National Parks Month
  • National Picnic Month
  • UV Safety Month

                                 July Birthstone

  • Ruby and Onyx

                                 Fruit & Veges for the Month of July

  • Papaya Mango
  • Nectarine
  • Garlic

                                 July Flower

  • Larkspur & Water Lily


                                 Other Notable July Dates & Events

  • July 29: National Lasagna Day





WEDNESDAYS @ 9:30 am


Prayer is a sacred practice that works in ways we can’t even begin to comprehend. As Christians, we have faith in God’s plan, but can you explain the peace or comfort you experience in the midst of grief or trials? Do you ever need a moment in the middle of your busy-ness week to pause and recharge? Come to the chapel and quiet your heart. Prayer is personal. Prayer is powerful. You will find your life enriched as you pray. Suzanne and Neta meet each Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. Come as you are, come when you can.

26 Likewise the Spirit helps us in our weakness; for we do not know how to pray as we ought, but that very Spirit intercedes with sighs too deep for words. 27 And God, who searches the heart, knows what is the mind of the Spirit, because the Spirit intercedes for the saints according to the will of God.  Romans 8:26-27 NRSV

New Hope Respite 

10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Thursdays

 FUMC Family Activity Center

Volunteers are needed

Birthdays & Anniversaries

  • Molly Todd, July 6th
  • Bill Chess, July 8th
  • Oscar Outlaw, July 8th
  • Karen Boehk, July 10th
  • Huey Liles, July 10th
  • Dianna Ewen, July 14th
  • Justin Krueger, July 15th
  • Lora Lewis, July 16th
  • Louise Ingels, July 21st
  • Dolores Johnston, July 21th
  • Landon Bales, July 25th
  • Jeff Meuth, July 25th
  • Ted Krueger, July 28th

Ken & Renee Blaschke
July 8th

Gene & Carol Evans
July 8th

Lou & Cherrell Rose
July 21th



Sunday, July 7, 2019
  • 2 Kings 5:1-14
  • Psalm 30 (UMH 762)
  • Galatians 6:(1-6) 7:16
  • Luke 10::1-11, 16-20
Sunday, July 14, 2019
  • Amos 7:7-17
  • Psalm 82 (UMH 804)
  • Colossians 1:1-14
  • Luke 10:25-37
Sunday, July 21, 2019
  • Amos 8:1-12
  • Psalm 52 or Psalm 82 (UMH 808)
  • Colossians 1:15-28
  • Luke 10:38-42
Sunday, July 28, 2019
  • Hosea 1:2-10
  • Psalm 85 (UMH 806)
  • Colossians 2:6-15 (16-19)
  • Luke 11:1-13
July 21, 2019 

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May 28, 2019
Council Members Present:
Gordon Cyr
Pastor Cindy Layton
Judy McAbee
Trisha Menasco
T. K. Orsak
Julie Smith
Non-Council Members Present:
Courtney August
Marcia McClure
Mitch Smith

  1. Julie Smith called the meeting to order and offered the opening prayer.
  1. Treasurer’s Report – Courtney August sent the presented the Treasurer’s Report, a copy of which is attached hereto and made a part of these minutes.  She presented available funds in General Funds and Gifts & Memorials along with a Profit & Loss statement.  There being no questions, Pastor Cindy Layton made a motion to accept the report, seconded by Trisha Menasco. Motion passed. 
  1. Approval of Expenditures in Excess of $500 – None.
  1. New Business – Pastor Cindy gave an update of status of Boy Scouts. So many kids that they are using all of the rooms in the education building. They now have 6-7 dens. They would like to use the FAC building when they have pac meetings. FUMC will look at the calendar and if the FAC is not scheduled, possible arrangements can be mad to have pac meetings only in the FAC. Judy McAbee made a motion that to let the Cub Scouts us the FAC when needed for pac meetings and that the FAC should look the same after the meeting as it did before the meeting. Trisha Menasco seconded. Motion passed.

    Gordon Cyr asked the church to adopt the football team for the next year. Every Thursday game, the church will provide a meal (10 total) to just the boys. The families will not be included. Judy McAbee recommended that Gordon get donations from food establishments such as Subway. FUMC will provide the 1sst and last meal.They will use the FAC. More information to come closer to school starting. Judy made the motion that FUMC provide the space for 10-12 weeks. Trisha Menasco seconded. Motion approved.

    Pastor Cindy and Gordon brought up that they would like to set up picnic tables under the Education Building carport. It would be a Hot Spot for web for youth to meet. Gordon Cyr motioned that a Blessing Box and Hot Spot be put under the carport. Judy McAbee seconded. Motion passed.

    In April, the Board talked about seeing a quarterly financial report so that if something needs to be addressed the Board can handle it then. The group discussed the pros and cons of receiving a quarterly report. Pastor Cindy motioned to ask Courtney to send a quarterly report electronically a week before the meeting. Trisha Menasco seconded. Motion approved.
  1. Trustee’s Report – No report.
  1. SPRC Report - Judy McAbee told the board that a biannual assessment will be filled out with 13 questions on Pastor Cindy. It will go out the first half of June and members could come one weekday morning to meet and then meet with Pastor Cindy to go over the results. Pastor Cindy also fills out a survey. Judy advised that this is an informal survey and a formal one will be done in November.
  1. Pastor’s Report – Pastor Cindy advised that we need to encourage members to come to church in the summer if they are in town. Pastor Cindy told of her mission and Kairos Outside weekend experiences. She also attended the Five Who Care Awards Ceremony where our New Hope Respite Center was recognized.  Other activities in the life of the church were also pointed out and can be read in the Pastor’s Report attached to these minutes. Tom Bettes, Julie Smith and Pastor Cindy will be attending Annual Conference in June. VBS will be July 15-17.
  1. Director of Youth Ministries Report – Gordon Cyr advised that the youth have been actively involved in helping with events at the church such as meals and the Eggstravaganza. The youth are on the move with extracurricular activities such as band, baseball, golf and track. Gordon thanked the church for the support and prayers for the youth. There will be a big Summer Bash on June 21.
  1. Director of Programming Report – No report given.
  1. Old Business – Foundation Fund moved to next meeting. Marcia McClure led a discussion regarding the Prayer Garden. The question had been brought by Lynne Dale if there is money still in the Prayer Garden Fund account for upkeep of the garden. Marcia advised that revised bids will be taken for work on the garden sprinkler system, fountain etc.
Next meeting will be Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.
Meeting was adjourned at 8:00 p.m. Pastor Cindy offered the closing prayer. 
Minutes taken and recorded by TK Orsak.
FUMC's Calendar
Upcoming  Calendar events:

Thursday, July 4, 2019
Independence Day
Office Closed

Saturday, July 6, 2019
Memorial Service, Sharon & Ray Johnson 10:00 

Thursday, July 11, 2019
Methodist Ladies 2:00 - Meeting at our church, carpooling to Winchester UMC

Monday July 15, 2019
VBS 9:00 - 11:30 FAC

Tuesday, July 16, 2019
VBS 9:00 - 11:30 FAC
Methodist Men 6:00 - SeaLand LaGrange
Emmaus 6:30 Schulenburg UMC

Wednesday, July 17, 2019
VBS 9:00 - 11:30
No Food & Fellowship or Prayer & Praise

Saturday, July 20, 2019
Cub Scout Water Day 10:00 - 2:00

Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Administrative Council Meeting 6:30

Friday, July 26, 2019
Movie Night
  • Gordon Cyr
  • Richard Pifer-Friend of Karen Boehk
  • Katherine Temby
  • Cherrell Rose
  • Brent Bigbee – Friend of Jessica Meuth
  • Charles Keathley
  • Buddy Turner- Friend of Kathleen Caso - Clock
  • Patricia - Sister of Suzanne Hinnant
  • Ann Isaac - Friend of Penny Ackerman
  • Preston & Ellie Kyle - Robin Barton’s friends      
  • Ted Krueger
  • Ken Harris
  • Leticia Walborg - MaryAnn Walborg’s daughter-in-law
  • Clients of Food Pantry
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Your Church Staff

Rev. Cynthia Layton
Patti Herndon, Director of Programs
Sandra Mohr, Secretary
Courtney August, Treasurer
Gordon Cyr, Director of Youth Ministries

Phone: (512) 237-3325
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