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2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Community Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to our 2015 scholarship recipients

For the next 14 weeks, the Hoffman DiMuzio Community Service Scholarship Foundation is dedicated to highlighting two students from each Gloucester County High School who embody the service ideals of the new “Gift of the Heart” scholarship program. Hoffman DiMuzio hopes its scholarship program encourages students to activate their passion to serve the greater good by making gifts of the heart to others. The two recipients from each high school (prioritized alphabetically by school name) will be announced weekly together with a short biography of the students.

Gloucester County Recipients

    • Clayton High School

      Sarah Landis

      If you ask Sarah, why she does community service, she will tell you, helping others, giving back to the community is a way to make others feel good as well as yourself. Her favorite charity, the one closest to her heart is the Clayton High School Food Pantry.

      The School Pantry Program offers families living in Clayton with school-aged children the opportunity to receive monthly food distributions the first Tuesday of each month once they are registered. Sarah is responsible for setting up the food as well as leading others to do the same. The Clayton School pantry program is a part of the Food Bank of South Jersey organization.

      Sarah works hard both in school and out. She participates in numerous walks for charity such as Live Strong, Diabetes, and Buddy to name a few.

      If Sarah had to choose her second favorite community service project, it would definitely be the S.U.R.E. Mentor program. This program helps students of Elementary, Middle and High transition between the schools through interactive meetings and programs.


      Kevin Milligan

      It can be said there are different roads leading to the same place. Kevin Milligan first got involved in giving back to the community handing out water to the runners/walkers in the Live Strong programs coordinated by his mother. As he got older, Kevin continued to participate in Live Strong walks and drives.

      Kevin and his friends like to have fun in giving back to the community. Kevin says it was his family and friends that spurred him on in giving back to others.

      As a conscientious member of the Boy Scouts for nine years, he has learned much and helped many through the various Scout projects and programs. Through the Boy Scouts, Kevin has helped others at the community, state and national level.

      Kevin is also a proud member of the Clayton high School’s JROTC program. This program motivates students to be better citizens, and encourages leadership. Kevin, as a veteran JROTC member has conducted himself to bring credit to his family, country, Clayton High School and his Corps of Cadets.


    • Clearview High School

      Madison Ginotti

      There just aren’t enough hours in the day for Madison’s community service. She has been involved with Girl Scouts, Gloucester County 4H, and figure skating. Scouting at the Ambassador level, Madison has received her Bronze award while co-leading a troop of ten Cadet level girls. In 4H, she serves as the Vice President of the Tastebuds Cooking Club and the community service organization, Senior Council.

      As a figure skater of nine years, Madison has dedicated much of her time not only to training but to volunteering to coach beginning skaters at the Hollydell Ice Arena and helping to raise several thousand dollars through “Skate for a Cure,” a fundraising event for the American Cancer Society.

      In school, Madison is a member of the Autism Awareness Club, Key Club International, Interact Club, Heal Club and Sure Club, all of which serve the community through varying forms of outreach. She serves two Trinity Church nurseries and their Sunday school.

      A favorite is when Madison works with her beloved dog Abby twice a month in a Pet Therapy program “Furever as Friends” as part of the Silent Mentors in Literacy Education program. Madison credits this therapy program for leading her to pursue a career working with children as she plans to attend college in the fall.


      Dominic Clark

      Dominic is a senior planning on attending college in the fall with his intended major being Business Administration. Like Madison, his volunteer work reflects his personal interests. Dominic serves as the president of Key Club International. Under his strong leadership, the club has completed projects such as the 4H Club Fall festival, the “Be-YOU-tiful” day camp for students with disabilities and the Key Club Talent show. Membership increased substantially and fundraising revenue was increased by sixty percent each fiscal year during his tenure.

      In student government, Dominic served as vice president all four years at Clearview. In his position, he’s responsible for planning and preplanning Homecoming, Pre-prom, and Prom. Most notably, Dominic organized the Babe’s Kids Dodgeball event, recruiting community businesses to donate money to a teen with medical needs in the district.

      In school, Dominic is a member of Interact club, National Honor Society, DECA, and Heal club, all of which are involved in numerous community outreach activities. He is also a STAR mentor, who serves as a mentor for an at-risk 9th grader. Dominic was also selected to participate, as Clearview’s representative in Boys State, a program focusing on government, leadership and character development.


    • Delsea Regional High School

      2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Recipient Morgan Epley from Delsea High School

      Morgan Epley

      Morgan has multiple community service activities on her resume. However if asked which is her favorite, the answer invariably will be GlamourGirls hands down. In 2013, Morgan organized a local chapter of GlamourGals at Delsea Regional High School. GlamourGals is a not for profit organization whose mission is to inspire teens to provide ongoing companionship and complimentary beauty makeovers for individuals living in senior homes. Morgan has been the chapter president since its inception.

      Morgan organizes monthly visits to Cardinal Village Senior Living Community in Sewell, NJ. She enjoys seeing the smiles on the faces of the residents when they come in. Morgan believes the students get as much from the experience as the people they are helping. She believes the little things they do can have a huge impact on their world!


      2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Recipient Philip Quinn from Delsea High School

      Phillip Quinn

      Phillip is an active member of the Saint Michael’s Parish youth group. He does a variety of community service through his church all year long. He has participated in road cleanups, food pantry assistance, bake sales, as well as help set up for special events such as the annual Easter egg hunt. He also helped to create 24,000 meals for children in Africa at Youth Congress.

      Phillip is also an active member of the Key Club at Delsea High School. As part of Key Club, he participates in the annual Thanksgiving dinner for area seniors. Phillip rides on the bus with the seniors and also wraps up food for them to take home. He greatly enjoys being part of the group of students who help out on the Thanksgiving holiday.


    • Deptford Regional High School

      Elizabeth Stefanou of Deptford High School – 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Recipient

      Elizabeth Stefanou

      Elizabeth has always maintained sound principles; choosing a path of helping others. During her high school years she has not only demonstrated the utmost dedication to her studies, and participated in dance but has served as an avid member of St. Thomas Greek Orthodox Youth of America, also known as GOYA. Through GOYA, Elizabeth has taken those less fortunate under her wing and helped to navigate them through their difficulties.

      Elizabeth is also an active member of the St. Thomas Greek Orthodox Church, where she has participated in many service projects both at church and within the community. Elizabeth was front and center with a ready smile as she volunteered at soup kitchens, pediatric hospitals and senior citizen homes.


      Gianluca Solari of Deptford High School – 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Recipient

      Gianluca Solari

      Gianluca can easily be described as a problem solver and a leader. One of his most positive attributes is his desire to participate with others in community projects. Gianluca is involved in a variety of clubs at Deptford High School. He performs good works as an active member in the National Honor Society. He is also a member of the NJROTC: drill team, color guard, cyber patriot team and air rifle team. Belonging to the Deptford Police Explorers, he assists members of the community.

      Gianluca is undaunted by the challenges of his rigorous academic schedule. He has especially excelled in science classes such as Honors Chemistry and AP Physics. Highly motivated, Gianluca is a problem solver whose perseverance helps him solve the most challenging problems confronting him.


    • Gateway Regional High School

      Congratulations to Gina Torres of Gateway High School – One of the 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Fund Recipients

      Gina Torres

      Gina Torres loves kids. After graduation, she will attend college to become a teacher. While it is true her volunteer service is numerous, two service programs grab her heart. The first is Adorable Doors, where Gina helped to decorate classroom doors and give out treats to disabled children who are trick or treating from door to door in the school.

      Gina is also a strong advocate and supporter for PAWS, which is the umbrella agency known as the Philadelphia Welfare Society. Gina works on projects such as Deck The Paws and Mutt The Strut. These programs, through animal education, encourage adoption of shelter animals thereby minimizing animal euthanasia. Gina also participates in drives for blankets, food and other needed items for the animal shelters.

      Gina was first introduced to PAWS through her participation in her school’s book club where she has been a member for all four years of high school. Gina is also a member of the National Honor Society and Future Educators of America.


      Congratulations to Kyle Bright of Gateway High School – One of the 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Fund Recipients

      Kyle Bright

      For Kyle, cancer hit close to home as he lost his very young friend Bradley in 3rd grade. Kyle’s service is tied to the memory of his friend Bradley, the local charity known as Bradley’s Buddies. Bradley’s Buddies is a nonprofit organization that assists families of children who have cancer by raising money through charitable activities.

      As an avid tennis player, Kyle also volunteers six hours per week as a Quickstart Tennis Instructor at Moorestown Tennis Club. He assists young children with learning the fundamentals of tennis. Kyle also volunteers as an umpire for the Wenonah Little League. He is in his third year as a member of the National Honor Society. Kyle is also in his fourth year of participating in mock trial.


    • Glassboro High School

      Congratulations to Allison Gilbert of Glassboro High School

      Allison Gilbert

      Allison is active in and out of school and fondly credits her mother for showing her just how important “service” is. In school, Allison serves as the student government Executive Secretary and the Class of 2015 Secretary. She is Vice President of the Tri M Music Honor Society as well as Treasurer of the National Honor Society. As a member of the Glassboro Fine and Performing Arts Academy, she studies violin and plays in a quartet, which volunteers their time performing in the community. Allison also volunteers her time tutoring math students.

      As a Girl Scout for 12 years, she has participated in numerous community service projects outside of school such as community cleanups, book drive, planting flowers and Girl Scout Cookie manager with her Mother. Her favorite charity is helping the National World Wildlife Fund. Funds are raised through bake sales, craft fairs and yard sales.

      Allison profoundly believes that animals are an important part of our eco-system, she is happy to help endangered species from all over the world with her service!


      Congratulations to Andrew Bernard of Glassboro High School – One of the 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Fund Recipients

      Andrew Bernard

      Like Allison, Andrew credits his mother for introducing him to his favorite service project. As President of the National Honor Society, Andrew with the support of his mom, created a chapter of Teens For Jeans. The Glassboro National Humor Society collected jeans for needy teens across the country. He strongly encourages and hopes this program will continue even after he graduates this June.

      Andrew has always been a strong, dedicated student and extremely active in many service projects in the community. He helps to weed and harvest his church vegetable garden, which in turn helps to supply food to an area Samaritan center. He has raised funds for world hunger, visited a Camden neighborhood center to volunteer his time with the children as well as serve them lunch. Andrew helped victims of Hurricane Sandy and has maintained the Glassboro Little League complex while working as a helper for the Buddy and Me baseball league.


    • Gloucester County Institute of Technology

      Congratulations to Gabrielle Bing of GCIT – One of the 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Fund recipients

      Gabrielle Bing

      Gabrielle Bing not only gives from her heart as one of the Hoffman DiMuzio Community Service recipients, but she has also received the 2014 NAACP Game Changers award for Gloucester County. Through her service to the community, Gabrielle has helped to change the lives of many for the better.

      She started “The Little Things” foundation, which helps members of the community to receive essential needs. Gabrielle is an avid speaker for the nonprofit “Success 1st,” a group that helps youth to make sound decisions. She also bakes regularly for the Saint Joseph’s shelter in Camden and interns with an organization entitled “Educating Communities for Parenting.” Gabrielle is a true winner in more ways than one!


      Congratulations to Vincent Feretti of GCIT – One of the 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Fund Recipients

      Vincent Ferretti

      Another shining star helping our community is Vincent Ferretti. Throughout his four years of high school, one common theme has been present, that is helping others. As a dedicated member of TOPSports, Vincent has helped children with special needs learn and play sports, rain or shine for several hours every week for the past four years. During his summers, two hours of every week was spent organizing and running children’s activities at SSL Campers Resort. He also helps with yard work for an elderly neighbor and volunteers to help clean up the local community.

      In addition to school demands in his senior year, Vincent coaches a wrestling clinic for tots and also acts as a referee for local wrestling tournaments. Both Gabrielle and Vincent, by their examples are paving the way for future generations to see what it means to give the gift of the heart through community service.


    • Kingsway Regional High School

      Congratulations to Kara Clark on receiving one of the 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Awards

      Kara Clark

      Kara has a favorite charity close to her heart. It is called the “Feed the Sheep” program. Kara spends her time feeding and clothing those in need as well as helping the homeless with spirituality. The program is located in the city of Camden, New Jersey. Kara has also participated in other community service activities. As a dedicated member of “Fleece for Keeps,” she sews fleece blankets for area foster children. Kara regularly volunteers for Head Start, an early child intervention-learning program. She has traveled to Kentucky, not for a spring break vacation, but to help repair homes in remote areas of known poverty.

      During the summer, Kara assists with vacation bible school, helping children learn about the Bible, while having summer fun with their classmates. Great work Kara!


      Ian Morrison of Kingsway High School, one of the 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Recipients

      Ian Morrison

      After losing a classmate early in the school year, Ian decided to act on the passing of his friend by serving the “Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.” Working with this organization was a wonderful way for Ian to honor his friend’s memory and to help many others suffering from this disease.

      Ian is also an active member of the Interact club. He regularly participates in Philabundance. Seeing the goodness in all humanity, Ian volunteers at a soup kitchen in Philadelphia. He participates in beautifying the community, planting trees. Ian regularly helps out at the local animal shelter. He is also active in both Swedesboro Day and Logan Day.

      Both Kara and Ian, by their examples, are paving the way for future generations to see what it truly means to give the gift of the heart through dedicated community service.


    • Paulsboro High School

      Congratulations to Haley Wellington, Paulsboro’s 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Fund recipient.

      Haley Wellington

      Service to others benefits the person providing the service, the person receiving the service as well as the overall community. Haley’s strong commitment to others brings enjoyment to those around her. She has participated in her school musical all four years of high school, entertaining local theatergoers in the Paulsboro area. She has supported her schools team as a Varsity cheerleader for all four years as well.

      Haley has served as the National Junior Honor Society Vice president and the National Honor Society President where both organizations provide good works through service oriented projects.

      Haley mentors others through the well- established Paulsboro High School’s Big Brother /Big Sister program. As if these projects alone were not enough, Haley finds the time to serve the Brotherhood Committee and her high school Key Club.

      Great work Haley!


      Congratulations to 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Winner Brian Zane from Paulsboro High School.

      Brian Zane

      Brian was also a member of the National Junior Honor Society and is a member this year of the National Honor Society, where as an active participant, he has helped others and maintained stellar grades. He serves as the Senior Class Treasurer as well. Brian is a committed “team” athlete. He has played football at the Varsity level for 4 straight years. He also has played varsity baseball for all 4 years too. Because Brian is a well- rounded athlete, he is able to participate with ABLE, which stands for Athletes Being Leaders Everywhere.

      Brian serves SADD, a group that works with and educates students against making poor choices or bad decisions. Additionally, he spends his time as a big brother involved in the Paulsboro High School’ Big Brother/Big Sister Program. The town of Bridgeport is most fortunate, where he is a volunteer Firefighter, risking his life to save others. Thank you for your stellar service, Brian!


    • Pitman High School

      Congrats Emily on receiving your scholarship award!

      Emily Sayer

      It is a widely known fact that the young can learn from the old. Emily, conversely, in frequently working with Senior citizens demonstrates that perhaps the old can also learn from the young, as she frequently volunteers with Senior citizens playing bingo. In spring, she also participates in the Spring Fling Dance for Elders, decorating, and mingling with area resident senior citizens.

      Additionally, Emily is a regular at Joe’s place, serving meals to the needy in Camden, New Jersey since entering high school. She has made cards for the hospitalized and collected coupons to benefit our soldiers. If you have participated in the Pitman High School Blood Drive this year, you may have met Emily, handing out snacks, checking people in and cleaning up at the end of the event, after making phone calls before to garner successful blood donor support. As you can see, helping others is Emily’s way. Great work Emily!


      Congratulations to 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Winner Giavanni Rizzo from Pitman High School.

      Giavanni Scaravaglione Rizzo

      Giavanni cares about his community and his volunteer service supports this. If you are familiar with Pitman High School’s tennis team, it is easy to see that Giavanni is a skilled member of the team, having received recognition playing varsity tennis throughout his years at Pitman High School. However what you might not know is that in addition to playing tennis, Giavanni has participated in the annual Pitman Tennis Court Cleanup, the Pitman Tennis Railroad Track Cleanup and regularly volunteers for the Pitman tennis concession stand. He also participates in the Pitman Food Pantry distributing food to those in need.

      Singled out as a leader in his community, Giavanni was selected to represent his school to work with the Gloucester Regional Addictive Substance Prevention Coalition, also known as GRASP, to educate others as to the dangers of drug abuse through various community projects. Giavanni is also a two -year member of the National Honor Society and Key Club, helping others while maintaining good grades. He would like to attend college and enhance his skills for community development. Thank you for your sincere commitment to your community Giavanni!


    • Washington Township High School

      Mahaa Ahmed, 2015 Hoffman DiMuzio Scholarship Recipient from Washington Township

      Mahaa Ahmed

      Mahaa has gained the respect of her peers and teachers alike at Washington Township High School. This is due to her commitment to serve, hard work and friendliness. Yet, what really sets Mahaa apart is her willingness to dedicate herself to helping others, both inside and outside the school setting.

      A participant of the prestigious Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology, Mahaa has utilized her skills working with girls entering the 6th, 7th and 8th grade to teach them the importance of math and science, especially when considering an engineering career. She has shared her love and talent of the violin through teaching privately and performing the violin as a Chamber Ensemble Member and as a Symphony Orchestra Member.

      Mahaa is also co-president of the Rotary Interact club, participating in Washington Township High School Football Concessions Sales and the Mums sale. She has served on the executive board and has been an active chair for numerous charity events, including the Buddy Walk for Down’s Syndrome, the Canned Food Collection, Fall Blood Drive Volunteer, Monzo Manzo Madness Dance Marathon for ALS just to name a few.

      As you can see, helping others is Mahaa’s way. Great work Mahaa! We thank you.


      James Doyle, Washington Township Senior Scholarship Recipient

      James Doyle

      For James Doyle, leadership and service go hand in hand. As a leader with an intended major in the medical field, James has volunteered for the past two years at the Ronald McDonald house helping families deal with childhood illness. He has participated for the past two years in the Cystic Fibrosis walk, the Buddy walk and humbly admits to donating blood at least 3 times a year. He has also helped out his community by participating in the Township Toys drive, providing toys for those who have not the means to purchase their own.

      For the past four years, James has served as an elected student class officer, coordinating events for the school. He also volunteers regularly as a religious education teacher since 11th grade. James has a genuine love of people; he has the ability to listen and a strong gift of connecting with others. Thank you James for sharing this gift in our community!


    • West Deptford High School

      Cara Jankauskas

      Cara is involved in both her school and community as she gives generously of her time to help others. Cara participates in many volunteer organizations including National Honor Society, Friends of Rachel and Key Club. Cara also serves as a middle school mentor through the high school’s Young Women Leaders Program. Cara has also been a member of the Girls Scouts during her fours years of high school.

      Cara’s favorite charity is the Ronald McDonald House Teen Advisory Council. Through her volunteerism, Cara has helped many families in need. When a child becomes ill, families stop their normal daily activities all in an effort to help their child get better. The Ronald McDonald House allows them to stay for free near where their child is receiving medical care.

      Each year this Council hosts an event called Spare Some Love, which is a bowling event to benefit the House of Southern New Jersey. This year over $20,000 was raised. Cara’s genuine personality and compassion for others have earned her the respect of her peers, faculty and community at large.

      Great work Cara! We thank you.


      Ryan Weikel

      Ryan is an outstanding student and gives generously of his time to various community service projects. He maintains a 4.0 GPA and ranks in the top 3% of his class. Ryan has been a valuable member of the marching band, jazz band as well as concert band. Ryan assisted on three National Honor Society blood drives and helped behind the scenes during the high school talent show.

      Ryan also serves as Vice President of the National Honor Society and is an active member of Key Club. The community service that has had the greatest impact on Ryan has been the Operation Blessing and Toy Drive event where he played Santa Claus for low-income families. This service was important for him because he could actually see the benefits of giving. The gift donations were going to those in his hometown and it was his picture as Santa Claus that would appear on the fridge with area children. Thank you Ryan for sharing your gifts with the community!


    • Williamstown High School

      Na’tiasia Morales-McClendon

      Na’tiasia started her own non-profit organization that raises awareness for Alopecia and Marfans Syndrome. She truly is an inspiration to those fighting these diseases. Through her non-profit organization, Na’tiasia has developed leadership skills that will serve her well in her future endeavors.

      Na’tiasia has volunteered at the local food bank and has spoken at numerous girls’ youth groups. She is a member of the Spanish National Honor Society, Student Council, WHS Dance, Class Senate, and S.A.V.E. also known as Students Protecting The Environment. In addition to this service, she is also a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and serves as her school’s basketball manager.

      Na’tiasia plans to attend college and major in speech pathology. Good luck and thank you for your service Na’tiasia.


      Timothy Fleisch

      Timothy has been extremely active in his church community. With his church, he has regularly helped to feed the needy throughout the poorest areas of Philadelphia. He is an avid, and talented, member of his church “Worship Band,” playing keyboard during church services and beyond.

      Timothy is also a member of the Leadership Team of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a group that helps others to improve their communication and decision making skills.

      In his high school, Timothy participates in the Spanish Honor Society, and the Italian-American Club. His future plans include attending college, where he plans on majoring in International Relations, and minoring in Economics. Ultimately, Timothy would like to practice Law. Thank you for your dedicated service to others, Timothy!


    • Woodbury Jr. Senior High School

      Tori Lugiano

      Tori is an energetic young woman whose dedication to her school and community is infectious. Dancing since the age of two, she has managed to combine her love of theater and dance with her compassion for her school and community.

      Tori has earned over 800 Service Learning hours that range from choreographing the Junior High Drama Club, Light a Stage for Cancer Benefit, volunteering with the Walnut Street Elementary School Craft Club, Woodbury High’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service and the Gloucester County Health Department Flu Clinic.

      Tori has been an active member in the Marching band for all four years of high school and was elected Drum Major during her senior year. Tori has also been a Varsity Cheerleader, involved in Interact Club, as well as Math League and Science League. Tori plans to attend the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia to major in Forensic Science. Nice work Tori!


      Justin Vera

      Justin is considered a leader within his school and has earned over 200 Service Learning hours. This includes serving as a counselor’s assistant at Camp YEY, a Sunday school teacher at Revival Center of Woodbury, and a student speaker at Woodbury High’s Martin Luther King Jr., Day of Service.

      Justin is currently a future teacher at Evergreens Elementary School and a tutor at West End Elementary School. Over the last four years, Justin has also committed his time and talent to the homecoming committee, yearbook club, ecology club, student council, interact club, world language club, S.U.R.E. club and is also a member of the National Honor Society.

      After graduation, Justin plans to attend Rutgers at New Brunswick and major in Language with a minor in Education. Thank you Justin!


    • Our Lady of Mercy Academy

      Emma Durham

      Emma is a wonderful young lady who is always willing to help. From an early age, Emma was taught that service is an integral part of living in a community. At the age of four, she began her community service career by visiting patients at Genesis Healthcare, in Millville New Jersey.

      Upon entering high school, Emma organized and participated in numerous community service projects including the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, The Saint Vincent DePaul Society, and area churches in Vineland.

      Emma stated that all the charities are close to her heart. However, she began helping the Atlantic City Rescue Mission by collecting clothing, baby supplies, toiletries and financial donations in honor of a good friend, Gabe Chiatello, who passed away unexpectedly and too soon at the young age of just 24.

      For the Saint Vincent DePaul Society, she helped to foster a partnership with Progresso Soups encouraging them to provide food to feed the displaced. During the winter months, area churches in Vineland open their doors to the homeless, especially during code blue times, where the temperatures may fall below freezing and become dangerously cold for those who are homeless.

      Emma, along with her sister Dana and her mother, collected blankets, and made many meals to feed those staying in the area churches during these times. As you can see, with Emma it’s a family affair, where giving of her heart to the community has been and will be a lifelong process. Emma plans to attend college in the fall. Thank you for your wonderful work Emma!


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