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Greenwich Library Teen Programs in January

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This month, students looking to fund college can learn how to complete the FAFSA and gamers can enjoy special gaming iPads and the new Xbox One. Teens can stay later and study longer for exams during midterms week at the Library and also get valuable volunteer hours by joining the Student Leadership Council, now meeting twice each month. The Library's regularly scheduled student programs, including Friday Night Chess and Middle School Book Club meet monthly and are open to all without reservation or charge unless otherwise indicated. 

Friday, January 2 at 7 p.m., Friday Night Chess 
National Master Rich Jackson will provide instruction, supervise play and challenge students to an occasional match. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Bring a love of the game or a desire to learn. 

Thursday, January 8 at 7 p.m., FAFSA 101 
Whether your student is in 8th or 12th grade, it's never too early or too late to start planning for college costs. Daniel Patti, CFP will discuss why everyone should complete the FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid, which documents are required and important deadlines. 

Thursdays, January 8 and 22 at 7 p.m., Student Leadership Council Meeting 
Students in grades 7-12 gather at Teen Central on the second floor to brainstorm about using library resources to initiate and execute projects relevant to their peer group in exchange for community service hours. The group now meets twice each month. Refreshments will be served. 

Wednesday, January 14 to Thursday January 22, Extended Hours for Midterm Exam Week 
The Main Library will remain open from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Wednesday, January 14 and Thursday, January 15 (no extended hours on Friday & Saturday that week; regular schedule applies), and from Tuesday, January 20 through Thursday, January 22 for public and private school exam weeks. In addition, the Library will remain open on Sunday, January 18 from 1 to 9 p.m. Note that the Library is closed on Monday, January 19 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The Library Café will extend its hours until 7 p.m. on exam weekdays for students to purchase study break snacks, but will not be open on Sunday, January 18. As always, Library staff will be available to assist with reference questions.

Saturday, January 17 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Gaming Day
Join us for Gaming Day at Greenwich Library. There will be video games, board games and LEGOS available for all ages. Also check out the Gaming iPads and the new Xbox One! Refreshments will be served. 

Thursday, January 22 at 4:30 p.m., Middle School Book Club 
Middle School Book Club is for literature fans in grades 6-8. This month's title is The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde. As magic fades from the world, Jennifer Strange is having trouble keeping her magician employment agency business afloat, until she begins having visions that foretell the death of the last dragon and the coming of Big Magic. Register for the program and pick up a copy of the book at the 2nd floor reference desk. 

Saturday, January 31 - March 7 at 2 p.m., Learning Java Series (Registration begins January 15) 
This is an introductory Java design course held in six one-hour weekly installments for students in grades 7-12 interested in coding. By the end of the course students will be able to create basic graphic designs by applying their knowledge of code to access the Java application programming interface. Classes begin January 31 and end on March 7. Presented by the Greenwich Library Student Leadership Council. Class size is limited. Required registration for the six session course begins January 15 at 9 a.m. through the Library's online calendar.

Other Library programs of interest to students & parents: 
On Thursday, January 15 at 7 p.m., Cult Films presents the subculture slacker classic, Repo Man (1984, rated R) with Emilio Estevez. 
On Thursday, January 22 at 7 p.m., a special panel will discuss the topic "Maximizing Your Child's Athletic Potential: Expert Advice on Training Smarter and Preventing Injuries" for preteens/teens and their parents. 

For more information about Greenwich Library programs for students in grades 6-12, email Teen Services Librarian Ed Morrissey, call (203) 622-7918, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/teens.

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At the Technology Training Center in January

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The Technology Training Center staff at Greenwich Library has a great line-up of classes planned for January. Library patrons can kick off the New Year by exploring health related technologies for seniors, learning about Apple TV, brushing up on basic computing skills and discovering email marketing. 

All year long, Greenwich Library training staff is available to help you explore new technologies and develop the skills to make your online life more productive and enjoyable. Classes are offered in a comfortable environment for all participants, regardless of level, and are open to the public at no charge. All classes are 55 minutes with no registration unless otherwise noted. 

Monday, January 5 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., All-day eBooks 
New eReader for the holidays? Never fear, our all-day walk-in eBook marathon help session will teach you how to load Library audio and eBooks onto your eReader or tablet. What to bring: your eReading device (all devices including laptops); USB cords; all user names and passwords for your Amazon Kindle and App/Google Play Store accounts. Also, don't forget your Library card and four digit PIN (personal identification number). 

Wednesday, January 7 at 11 a.m., Trending Monthly: Health for Seniors
Explore health and wellness for seniors using the technology you already have. Trending Monthly is a new program designed to improve quality of life by introducing and demonstrating what's hot and trending in Technology - ranging from productivity, personal and family use, safety and security. Instructor, Lance Pendleton, Director of Education, MacInspires. 

Monday, January 12 at 2 p.m., Apple TV for Education & Entertainment 
Apple TV is the next big thing combining the Internet with on demand TV for movies, educational videos, photos and more. Instructor: Gary Krause, Computer Training, LLC. 

Wednesday, January 14 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., Career Coach: Microsoft Excel Training 
Sponsored by Southwestern CTWorks, the Career Coach is offering two, 2-hour Microsoft Excel training sessions. Level 1 training is at 10 am and level 2 at 1 pm. The Coach bus is fully equipped with 10 PC work stations and Internet access and is parked outside the Library's West Putnam Avenue entrance. Arrive early to sign-up. 

Friday, January 16 at 2 p.m., Basic Computing 
These classes will assess the needs of attendees then review basic computer and Internet use, including search, email, creating documents and file management. Newbies are welcome. 

Wednesday, January 21 from 11-12:30 p.m., Introduction to iPhone/iPad 
Beginner's tips and tricks to simplifying your life with your iPhone/iPad. We'll look at little used applications that will help you save time and get organized. Instructor, Lance Pendleton, Director of Education, MacInspires. 

Monday, January 26 from 6:30-8 p.m., Introduction to Email Marketing 
In this introductory workshop, attendees will gain enough information and confidence to begin sending campaigns and announcements by email. The workshop will introduce strategies for using email campaigns in conjunction with social media for maximum effectiveness. This TTC program is co-sponsored with the Peterson Business Programs and is presented by Robert Clark of LucidPointe, LLC. 

Saturday, January 31 - March 7 at 2 p.m., Learning Java Series (Registration begins January 15) 
This is an introductory Java design course held in six one-hour weekly installments for students in grades 7-12 interested in coding. By the end of the course students will be able to create basic graphic designs by applying their knowledge of code to access the Java application programming interface. Classes begin January 31 and end on March 7. Presented by the Greenwich Library Student Leadership Council. Class size is limited. Required registration for the six session course begins January 15 at 9 a.m. through the Library's online calendar.

Regular Library Technology Training Center Programming 
The Library's regular Drop-in Computer Lab is offered three times each week: on Saturdays and Tuesdays at 11 a.m., and Thursdays at 3 p.m., from January 6-31. (No drop-in lab on January 3.) Get hands-on assistance with new gadgets, downloading eBooks and audiobooks using OverDrive, Library databases, Microsoft Office, Internet search, email, online forms, social media, job search, basic computing and more with Library staff. Use your own device or practice with ours. 

For more information email Training Center staff, all (203) 625-6508, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/TechnologyTrainingCenter.aspx.

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Greenwich Library Health Programs in January

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Greenwich Library staff have planned two special health events for January. This month the Library is offering a health technology for seniors program on January 7. Then on January 22, in partnership with The Junior League of Greenwich, an expert panel will discuss preventing sports injuries in children. 

The Greenwich Library Health Information Center provides privacy and access to resources and information on a variety of health related topics. The Center houses more than 100 reference books, 40 periodicals, four medical databases, a health-focused bulletin board and two dedicated printer-enabled workstations. A full-time Health Librarian is available to help patrons utilize Library resources. 

Wednesday, January 7 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., Trending Monthly: Health for Seniors 
Come to the Technology Training Center to learn about health and wellness tools for seniors using the technology you already have. No registration required. Trending Monthly is a new program designed to improve quality of life by introducing and demonstrating what's hot and trending in technology. Presented by Lance Pendleton, Director of Education, MacInspires. For more information contact Training Librarian Michele Martin at mmartin@greenwichlibrary.org. 

Thursday, January 22 from 7-9 p.m., Maximizing Your Child's Athletic Potential: Training Smarter 
Do you wonder if your kids in sports are a stride, a catch, or jump away from an injury? Spend an evening with a panel of experts who work with professional athletes to learn how to help your preteen/teenager train smarter and avoid injuries. Panel members include: Andy Barr, Director of Performance and Rehab, NY Knicks; Mubarak Malik, Head of Strength and Conditioning, NY Knicks; Dr. Demetris Delos, Orthopedic Surgeon, ONS (Orthopaedic & Neurosurgery Specialists) and formerly of the NY Giants. Event co-sponsor: The Junior League of Greenwich. 

For more information about health programming or resources, email Health Librarian Sandra Chan, call (203) 625-6549, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/health.

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Greenwich Library Business Programs in January

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Greenwich Library has two exciting financial and business programs planned for January. On Thursday, January 8 at 7 p.m., Teen Services is sponsoring a workshop on how to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Then on Monday, January 26 at 6:30 p.m., the Library's Technology Training Center and Peterson Business Series have teamed up to introduce budding entrepreneurs and nonprofits to email marketing. Both programs will be held in the Greenwich Library Meeting Room. 

Knowledgeable Greenwich Library staff members are available to help you navigate the Library's extensive databases, directories, investor information and nonprofit resources via email or in person. 

Thursday, January 8 at 7 p.m., College Financial Planning: FAFSA 101 
Whether your student is in 8th or 12th grade, it's never too early or too late to start planning for college costs. Daniel Patti, CFP will discuss why everyone should complete the FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid, which documents are required and important deadlines. For more information email Margaret Walsh at mwalsh@greenwichlibrary.org. 

Monday, January 26 from 6:30-8 p.m., Introduction to Email Marketing 
In this introductory workshop, attendees will gain enough information and confidence to begin sending campaigns and announcements by email. The workshop will introduce strategies for using email campaigns in conjunction with social media for maximum effectiveness. This TTC program is co-sponsored with the Peterson Business Series and is presented by Robert Clark of LucidPointe, LLC. 

Bloomberg Terminal - Daily 
Patrons can sign up to use the Bloomberg Professional Service computer at the Main Reference Desk or sign up in advance by calling (203) 622-7910. 

These programs are made available to Library patrons at no charge through the support of the Greenwich Library Board of Trustees and contributions by generous donors. For more information email Business Librarian Mary Cuff, all (203) 622-6560, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/business.

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Librarian Ed Morrissey's new monthly film series is devoted to bringing patrons classic cult movies from Hollywood, Europe and the rest of the world. On Thursday, January 15 at 7 p.m., Cult Films will screen the universally acclaimed Repo Man. Special guest speaker Everett Perdue will discuss the film's back story and its impact on audiences then and now. Both film buffs and ingénues are welcome. 

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In Repo Man, an aimless young punk Otto (Emilio Estevez) takes a job with Bud (Harry Dean Stanton) repossessing cars after learning that his hippie parents have given the money for his education to a crooked televangelist. One day Otto, other repo men and government agents race all over Los Angeles to find a certain Chevy Malibu, which may or may not have dead aliens from outer space in the trunk. This wild, almost surreal comedy-thriller by writer-director Alex Cox never lags in its pacing. 

Entertainment Weekly ranked the film seventh on their list of "The Top 50 Cult Films" for its gritty depiction of an LA subculture and its unconventional (hard to define) genre. Is Repo Man sci-fi, punk rock or comedy? This color film is rated R for violence and language, and is 92 minutes long. 

In the course of the series, Morrissey will cover a wide sweep of genres, comedies, crime noir, horror, thrillers, musicals, spaghetti westerns, Hitchcock, Fellini and more. It's these so-called fringe or over the top movies that Greenwich Library Cult Films, through the Library's extensive catalog, intends to expose to a much wider and appreciative audience. Patrons interested in cult films should visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/CultFilms.aspx to read some of Ed's deep dives into the world of cult films in his blog, and for a complete list of upcoming films in this new series. 

Up next: mark your calendars for the 1963 Bond film From Russia with Love on Thursday, February 19 at 6:30 p.m. 

This series is open to all at no charge and will be held in the Meeting Room. For more information email Ed Morrissey or call (203) 622-7918. Don't forget, thousands of film titles are available in the Library's DVD collection, and online through the Library's new hoopla service.

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The technology training staff at Greenwich Library has a great line-up of classes planned for December. This month, job hunters can enjoy Microsoft Word training, plus a 90 minute workshop on mastering LinkedIn. Technology buffs can learn what's trending in the world of digital dictation and Apple TV. 

All year long, Greenwich Library training staff is available to help you explore new technologies and develop the skills to make your online life more productive and enjoyable. Classes are offered in a comfortable environment for all participants, regardless of level, and are open to the public at no charge. All classes are 55 minutes with no registration unless otherwise noted. 

Monday, December 8 at 2 p.m., Apple TV 
Apple TV is the next big thing combining the Internet with on demand TV for movies, educational videos, photos and more. Instructor: Gary Krause, Computer Training, LLC. 

Wednesday, December 10 at 11 a.m., Trending Monthly - Apple Dictation
Why type when you can talk? This session will discuss how to use dictation on all your Apple devices. Trending Monthly is a new program to introduce, discuss and demonstrate what's hot and trending in Technology - ranging from productivity, personal and family use, safety and security. All designed to improve the quality of life through technology. Instructor, Lance Pendleton, Director of Education, MacInspires. 

Monday, December 15 from 2 to 3:30 p.m., Mastering LinkedIn for Career Success 
LinkedIn is one of the few platforms that ranks in equal importance to the resume when it comes to your career. It has become the essential social media platform for anyone looking to land a job, network or share industry expertise. Learning how to use and master this platform is a critical strategy for anyone looking to proactively manage their career. Instructor: Noelle Gross, Noelle Gross Career Strategy.

Friday, December 19 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., Career Coach: Microsoft Word Training 
Sponsored by Southwestern CTWorks, the Career Coach is offering two, 2-hour Microsoft Word training sessions. Level 1 training is at 10 am and level 2 at 1 pm. The Coach bus is fully equipped with 10 PC work stations and Internet access and is parked outside the Library's West Putnam Avenue entrance. Arrive early to sign-up. 

Regular Library Technology Training Center Programming 
The Library's regular Drop-in Computer Lab is offered three times each week: on Saturdays and Tuesdays at 11 a.m., and Thursdays at 3 p.m., from December 2-20. (No drop-in labs from December 23 through January 3.) Get hands-on assistance with new gadgets, downloading eBooks and audiobooks using OverDrive, Library databases, Microsoft Office, Internet search, email, online forms, social media, job search, basic computing and more with Library staff. Use your own device or practice with ours. 

For more information email the Training Center, call 203-625-6508, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/TechnologyTrainingCenter.aspx.

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Events for Teens in December

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This month, students can get valuable volunteer hours at the Library by joining the Student Leadership Council, (now meeting twice each month), and challenge our resident Grand Master to a chess game or two. The Library's regularly scheduled student programs, including Middle School Book Club, meet monthly and are open to all without charge unless otherwise indicated. 

Thursday, December 4 at 7 p.m., Student Leadership Council Meeting 
Students in grades 7-12 gather at Teen Central on the second floor to brainstorm about using library resources to initiate and execute projects relevant to their peer group in exchange for community service hours. Refreshments are served.

Friday, December 5 at 7 p.m., Friday Night Chess 
National Master Rich Jackson will provide instruction, supervise play and challenge students to an occasional match. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Bring a love of the game or a desire to learn. No registration required.

Saturday, December 6 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Student Leadership Council Debate Program 
Greenwich Library's Student Leaders will give middle school students and underclassmen in high school the opportunity to learn about debate. We will provide a lesson for the first half hour on a skill used in one or both of the two kinds of debate that high school Connecticut debaters participate in. For the rest of the time, we will either break off into teams or will stage a debate with the students, depending on the size of the group. This opportunity will give future varsity-level debaters the skill-set, confidence, and understanding necessary for success. For local students in grades 8-12

Thursday, December 18 at 4:30 p.m., Middle School Book Club 
Middle School Book Club is for literature fans in grades 6-8. This month's title is "One for the Murphys" by Lynda Mullaly Hunt. This story follows the experiences of foster kid Carley, who uses humor and street smarts to cope with her unpredictable life until the loving, bustling Murphy family offers her more stability and a greater sense of belonging than she ever thought possible. Register for the program and pick up a copy of the book at the 2nd floor reference desk. 

Other Library programs of interest to students: 
Thursday, December 11 at 7 p.m., AuthorsLive goes hipster with Amanda Petrusich, music and culture writer for Spin, Buzzfeed and The New York Times

For more information about Greenwich Library programs for students in grades 6-12, please visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/teens, call (203) 622-7918 or email the Teen/YA Librarians.
 
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Winterfest Fun in the Children's Room on December 13

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Join Greenwich Library for a Winterfest celebration on Saturday, December 13 from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Start the Winterfest fun with Sing, Move and Play with Marta at 10:30 a.m. in the Children's Room. Ages 2-5 will enjoy festive singing, music and movement. The program is limited to 20 children and their caregivers. Come early to sign-in at the Children's Desk. 

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Then drop-in to the Children's Room anytime between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Family Winterfest Crafts and create something special for the holidays with a selection of winter-themed crafts suitable for all ages. 

Join us for a Frozen Sing Along from 1-3 p.m. and experience this delightful movie like never before in an all-new, full-length sing-along edition. Join Anna as she sets off on an epic journey, teaming up with mountain-man cutie Kristoff and summer-loving snowman Olaf, to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter. Relive the magic of this heartwarming story as you sing along to your favorite, super-catchy Frozen songs. Refreshments will be served after the film. 

Winterfest programs are open to all at no charge. For more information, email the Children's Room, call (203) 622-7940 or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/children.

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AuthorsLive@Greenwich Library will present a reading and listening event with music writer Amanda Petrusich on Thursday, December 11 at 7 p.m. in the Meeting Room. Brooklyn-based Petrusich will discuss her latest book, Do Not Sell At Any Price: The Wild, Obsessive Hunt for the World's Rarest 78rpm Records

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Says Rob Sheffield, author of Love Is a Mix Tape, "This is American history as the tale of an American obsession - the record collectors, be they scholars, scroungers, hoarders, or heroes. In this brilliant book, Petrusich hits the road with these junk-shop blues Ahabs around the country - she makes you feel the frenzy of the chase, on a crazed, loving quest to rescue lost music from oblivion." 

Amanda Petrusich is a contributing writer for Pitchfork and a contributing editor at The Oxford American, and her music and culture writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Spin, BuzzFeed, and elsewhere. Her other books include, It Still Moves: Lost Songs, Lost Highways, and the Search for the Next American Music, and Pink Moon. Petrusich has an M.F.A. in nonfiction writing from Columbia University and presently teaches writing and criticism at NYU's Gallatin School. 

This program is open to all at no charge. For more information click here, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/authorslive.

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Events for Teens in November

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This month, students can get valuable advice on how to interview for college and how to complete the FAFSA. Teens unsure about which college assessment test is best can learn how to succeed on both the ACT and the SAT. Student gamers can help celebrate at a special 5th anniversary International Games Day. The Library also offers a slew of regularly scheduled student programs including the Student Leadership Council, Friday Night Chess and Middle School Book Club, all of which meet monthly. All events are open to all at no charge unless otherwise noted. 

Saturday, November 1 at 11 a.m., College Interview Workshop 
College Interview Counselors (CIC) will help students learn how to have an impressive interview with college admissions representatives. This interactive workshop includes interviewing tips, mock interviews, audience critique and a discussion of revealing interviewer comments about actual candidates. No registration required. This program is open to high school students and their parents at no charge.   

Monday, November 3 and Wednesday, November 12 at 7 p.m., FAFSA 101 
Start planning for college costs now. This program will cover why everyone should complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), what documents are required, key dates and how to improve your chance of getting aid. Open to parents and students in grades 8-12. The program on each date is identical. No registration required. Presented by Daniel Patti, CFP of Janney Montgomery Scott. 

Thursday, November 6 at 7 p.m., Student Leadership Council Meeting 
Students in grades 7-12 gather at Teen Central on the second floor to brainstorm about using library resources to initiate and execute projects relevant to their peer group in exchange for community service hours. Refreshments are served. 

Friday, November 7 at 7 p.m., Friday Night Chess 
National Master Rich Jackson will provide instruction, supervise play and challenge students to an occasional match. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Bring a love of the game or a desire to learn. No registration required. 
 
Saturday, November 8 from 11 a.m to 12:30 p.m., Success on the ACT and SAT 
Dr. Mark Yin of the Greenwich Tutor Center and former high-school English teacher Ms. Anna Warm will present an information session on these standard college entrance exams, including how to prepare and how to get the best scores possible. No registration required. 

Saturday, November 15 from 1:30-4:30 p.m., International Games Day 
Celebrate our 5th annual International Games Day with a Candy Crush competition. Come show off your skills for a chance to win a prize and enter our raffle for another chance to win. There will be video games, board games and LEGOS available for the entire family. Snacks and refreshments will be served. 
 
Thursday, November 20 at 4:30 p.m., Middle School Book Club 
Middle School Book Club is for literature fans in grades 6-8. This month's book is Insignia by S.J. Kincaid. In this story, Tom, a fourteen-year-old genius at virtual reality games, is recruited by the United States Military to begin training at the Pentagon Spire as a Combatant in World War III, controlling the mechanized drones that do the actual fighting off-planet. Register for the program and pick up a copy of the book at the 2nd floor reference desk. 

Other Library sponsored programs of interest to high school students
On Wednesday, November 5 at 6:30 p.m., Cult Films screens spaghetti western, Fistful of Dollars. 

For more information about Greenwich Library programs for students in grades 6-12, please visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/teens, call (203) 622-7918 or email the Teen/YA Librarians.
 
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