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  Project Description Position Location Time Slot Positions Available
A Wider Circle Issue area: Children & Families At A Wider Circle, they believe that if one child is in poverty, every child is in poverty. If one mother is in poverty, every mother is in poverty. That is why they provide beds, dressers, and other basic need items to families that are moving out of shelters or living in neglected neighborhoods. It is why they run after-school programs in low-income schools and why they teach health and wellness classes at shelters and public housing facilities. Projects include: ● Sorting donated goods and cleaning storage area ● Assisting clients in picking out furniture and loading it into their cars Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 9159-C Brookville Rd. Silver Spring, MD Metro: No Parking: There is limited parking available in the surrounding business park A Wider Circle 9159-C Brookville Rd. Silver Spring, MD Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM9
Atlas Performing Arts Center Issue area: Arts/Neighborhood Revitilization Located in a historic movie theatre complex on H Street in Near Northeast D.C., a once-vibrant corridor of the city that was devastated by riots in 1968, the Atlas Performing Arts Center ("the Atlas"), the only community-based performing arts center in Washington. Projects include: ● Volunteers will participate with general maintenance, interior painting, and invasive ivy removal Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 1333 H St. NE, Washington, DC 20002 Metro: Florida/New York Ave- 20 minute brisk walk. Parking: Limited Parking is available Atlas Performaing Arts Center 1333 H St. NE, Washington, DC 20002 (Metro: Florida/New York Ave- 20 minute brisk walk) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM7
Boys and Girls Club - ARC Issue Area: Children Overview: The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington is to help boys and girls of all backgrounds, especially those who need us most, build confidence, develop character and acquire the skills needed to become productive, civic-minded, responsible adults. Projects include: Volunteers will participate in history lesson including Creating an American Flag Magnet, 9/11 Memorial Ribbons, a US History Quiz, and “Name that US State!” Volunteers will also engage the kids in movement activities depending on time. Location: 1901 Mississippi Ave SE. Washington DC. Metro: Southern Ave Parking: Yes, parking lot and street parking Boys and Girls Club - ARC 1901 Mississippi Ave SE. Washington DC (Metro: Southern Ave) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM2
Boys and Girls Club - Mary & Daniel Loughran Clubhouse #10 Issue Area: Children & Families Overview: The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington is to help boys and girls of all backgrounds, especially those who need us most, build confidence, develop character and acquire the skills needed to become productive, civic-minded, responsible adults. Projects include: Volunteers will participate in history lesson including Creating an American Flag Magnet, 9/11 Memorial Ribbons, a US History Quiz, and “Name that US State!” Volunteers will also engage the kids in movement activities depending on time. Location: 2500 14th Street Northwest, Washington, DC Metro: Columbia Heights Parking: Yes, parking lot and street parking Project Size: 15 volunteers Boys and Girls Club - Mary & Daniel Loughran Clubhouse #10 2500 14th Street Northwest, Washington, DC (Columbia Heights Metro) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM2
Boys and Girls Club – Alexandria, VA Issue Area: Children & Families Overview: The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington is to help boys and girls of all backgrounds, especially those who need us most, build confidence, develop character and acquire the skills needed to become productive, civic-minded, responsible adults. Projects include: Volunteers will participate in history lesson including Creating an American Flag Magnet, 9/11 Memorial Ribbons, a US History Quiz, and “Name that US State!” Volunteers will also engage the kids in movement activities depending on time. Location: 401 North Payne Street, Alexandria, VA Metro: King Street Parking: Yes, Parking lot Project Size: 15 volunteers Boys and Girls Club – Alexandria, VA 7800 Belford Dr, Suite 100, Alexandria, VA Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM5
Capital Area Food Bank Issue Area: Hunger Overview: The Capital Area Food Bank is the largest, public nonprofit hunger and nutrition education resource in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area. Each year the CAFB distributes 20 million pounds of food, including 6 million pounds of fresh produce, to over 700 partner agencies. The Capital Area Food Bank was founded on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, January 15, 1980. Indoor projects include: ● Volunteers are needed to sort, package, organize and bag groceries that are distributed throughout our nation’s capital. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 645 Taylor Street, NE, Washington, DC Metro: Yes, Brookland-CUA Parking: Limited Parking is available Capitol Area Food Bank 645 Taylor Street, NE, Washington, DC (Metro: Brookland CUA) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM1
Carpenter’s Shelter Issue area: Homelessness For twenty years, Carpenter’s Shelter has helped homeless children, families and adults stabilize their lives, overcome homelessness, and become contributing members of their community. Its programs include a day shelter for the chronically homeless adults; emergency, temporary and transitional housing; comprehensive case management; life skills and educational classes for current residents and shelter graduates; and an education fund. Outdoor projects include: ● Volunteers will be revitalizing the playground at Carpenter’s Shelter. Come prepared to pull weeds, remove unwanted brush, spread mulch and plant perennials! Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 930 N. Henry St., Alexandria, VA Metro: Yes - Braddock Road Metro on the blue and yellow line, walk 2 blocks east on Madison St, then left on Henry St for 2 1/2 blocks. Parking: limited parking is available in the shelter parking lot Carpenter's Shelter 930 N. Henry St., Alexandria, VA (Metro: Braddock Road + 5 block walk) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM3
Central Fairfax Services Issue area: People with Disabilities It is the mission of CFS to enable people with developmental disabilities to achieve greater self-sufficiency and independence. This shall be pursued by providing services that emphasize opportunities to learn habilitation skills. Services will honor the uniqueness of individuals and will be based upon the principles of accessibility, health, safety, meaningful relationships and maximum participation in decisions that affect their lives. CFS will work proactively with organizations that enhance the quality of life for persons with developmental disabilities and will educate and inform the public about fulfilled lives for people with developmental disabilities Projects include: ● Volunteers will be painting a number of well-used rooms and hallways Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 6860 Commerical Drive, Springfield, VA Metro: N/A Parking: Parking is available, but limited. Please carpool if possible. Central Fairfax Service's 6860 Commerical Drive, Springfield, VA Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM19
Crossway Communities Issue area: Education / Environment Crossway Community, Inc. is an entrepreneurial, non-profit organization with a mission to promote learning, creativity, and community for all families. After renovating an abandoned school located on fourteen acres in Kensington, MD, Crossway Community, Inc. opened its doors in the summer of 1990. Since then, Crossway has offered a continuum of integrated educational and supportive services for families of all ethnic and economic backgrounds with a focus on outreach to low-income, at-risk families. Crossway Community services at-risk single mothers and their children with a community wide Montessori School and Community Learning Center. Outdoor projects include: ● Crossway Communities sits on 8 acres along a Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Starting in January, they began to clean up the watershed area. Volunteers will be working with landscaping tools helping to make the center a beautiful place for kids to grow, learn and play. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 3015 Upton Drive, Kensington, MD Metro: Wheaton Parking: Limited Parking is available Crossway Communities 3015 Upton Drive, Kensington, MD (Metro: Wheaton) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM29
Department of Veterans Affairs Issue area: Veterans Components of thsi project are well-suited for history afficionados and veterans. Projects includes: ● Volunteers will engage the veterans in an arts/crafts project. They will be paired one on one, and together they’ll be painting large flower pots for display on the patio. Flowers will be planted at the conclusion of the proejct. ● Volunteers will also paint murals with the veterans to be on display in the hallways, and in their rooms. ● 5 volunteers with a love of history will interview veterans, capturing their stories for the Library of Congress archives. ● Lastly, a Birthday Party from 11AM - 1PM will happen for a veteran who will be turning 103 years old! Volunteers will be setting up for this party. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 50 Irving Street, NW Washington, DC. (It can be a little tricky to find the Department of Veterans Affairs) Volunteers will be meeting in the lobby - please look for the Greater DC Cares sign. Metro: Columbia Heights/Brookland (1.1 Miles) Parking: Parking is available Department of Veterans Affairs 50 Irving Street, NW Washington, DC. (It can be a little tricky to find the Department of Veterans Affairs) Volunteers will be meeting in the lobby - please look for the Greater DC Cares sign. (metro:Columbia Heights/Brookland, 1.1 Miles) Sep 11 2010 11:00AM - Sep 11 2010 3:00PM2
Family Crisis Center Issue area: Domestic Violence The Family Crisis Center provides numerous programs to meet the needs of women and children that are experiencing domestic violence in intimate partner relationships. Indoor project include: ● Volunteers will paint a number of rooms in the Family Crisis Center facility, landscape and garden the outdoor area, organize donations and assemble/move office furniture Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 3601 Taylor Street, Brentwood, MD (right over DC border) Metro: N/A Parking: Parking is available Family Crisis Center 3601 Taylor Street, Brentwood, MD (right over DC border) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM43
For Lands and Water at Kimball Elementary School Issue Area: Education Projects Include: ● Students at Kimball Elementary School are working on greening projects on their school grounds in an effort to curb stormwater run-off and provide native habitat for local wildlife. These restored areas are then used as “living classrooms” for students and teachers. The schools could use a hand in maintaining the sites, including weeding, mulching, and watering. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 3375 Minnesota Avenue SE, Washington, DC Metro: N/A Parking: Street parking is available For Lands and Water at Kimball Elementary School 3375 Minnesota Avenue SE, Washington, DC Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM16
Groundworks Anacostia Issue area: Environment To provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. Groundwork Anacostia ULI carries out its mission locally by sharing best practices, building consensus, and advancing solutions through its educational programs and community outreach initiatives. Projects include: ● Volunteers will be working on a trail that connects the community to the metro rail making it a safer place for residents. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: Corner of 42nd St. and Foote St. SE. Washington Metro: Minnesota Ave Station Parking: Limited Parking is available Groundworks Anacostia Corner of 42nd St. and Foote St. SE. Washington (Metro: Minnesota Ave) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM11
Heurich Park Clean Up Issue area: Environment Projects include: ● Volunteers will be cleaning up Heurich Park to help beautify the city of Hyattsville Date: September 11, 2010 Location: Heurich Park, Ager Road & Nicholson Street, Hyattsville, MD Metro: West Hyattsville Parking: Parking is available Heurich Park Clean Up Heurich Park, Ager Road & Nicholson Street, Hyattsville, MD (Metro: West Hyattsville) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM63
Historic Congressional Cemetery Issue Area: Historic Preservation Although Congressional is the country's first national cemetery, it is not exclusively military or official. It is foremost a public cemetery within which are federally designated areas. The names listed in this report, while significant, represent fewer than 200 of the 60,000 people interred in Congressional. People from all walks of life -- Cabinet members, Generals, merchants, indigents; native Americans and foreign diplomats; from the earliest residents of the city to the present day, all lie here side by side. The Congressional Cemetery Association was formed in 1976 to administer what then was a cemetery nearly abandoned and bankrupt with 33 acres in great disrepair. Gradually, the Association has been able to upgrade the grounds and to restore the Chapel. A great deal remains to be done. Outdoor projects include: ● Volunteers will be helping to restore this historic cemetery that sits on 33 acres of land in the heart of DC. Volunteers will landscape the grounds, removing weeds, pruning bushes, trimming brush, uplifting headstones. Come and volunteer at this historic site, and be part of history! Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 1801 E Street SE, Washington, DC Metro: Yes, Potomac Avenue Parking: Street parking is available Historic Congressional Cemetery 1801 E Street SE, Washington, DC (Metro: Potomac Ave) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM17
Historic Woodlawn Cemetery Issue area: Environment/Historical Preservation Nestled in the heart of Ward 7 in Washington, DC, historic Woodlawn Cemetery sits on 22.5 acres, serving as the final resting place for more than 36,000 individuals. While walking through the rolling hills of Woodlawn Cemetery visitors will find many recognizable individuals who contributed to local and national history. Woodlawn Cemetery has not been an active cemetery since 1970. Over the years, the site has eroded, filled with overgrowth, and headstones have been damaged or sunk. The all-volunteer associations of Woodlawn Cemetery are dedicated to restoring the cemetery, preserving historic records, and sharing all that we learn along the way. Projects include: ● Volunteers will divide into teams of 4 to cut through unwanted brush and weeds. ● Volunteers will also erect a flagpole at the top of the hill. ● Volunteers will remove weeds/debris from around headstones. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 4708 Benning Road, SE Washingotn, DC - NOT EXACT ADDRESS, BUT LOCATED ACROSS THE STREET FROM CEMETERY ENTRANCE Metro: Benning Road Station Parking: Parking is available Historic Woodlawn Cemetery 4708 Benning Road, SE Washingotn, DC - NOT EXACT ADDRESS, BUT LOCATED ACROSS THE STREET FROM CEMETERY ENTRANCE (Metro: Benning Rd Station) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM102
Homeless Children’s Playtime Project @ DC General Issue area: Health/Children & Families The mission of the Homeless Children's Playtime Project is to nurture healthy child development and reduce the effects of trauma among children living in temporary housing programs in the District of Columbia Projects include: ● Volunteers will be painting 2 playrooms through the Homeless Children’s Playtime Project at DC General. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 1900 Massachussetts Ave SE. Washington, DC 20003 Metro: Yes, Stadium-Armory Parking: No Homeless Children’s Playtime Project @ DC General 1900 Massachussetts Ave SE. Washington, DC 20003 (Metro: Stadium Armoury) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM1
Maryland Umbrella Group Issue Area: Children and Families The Maryland Umbrella Group provides an umbrella of social entrepreneurial services through public/private partnerships, community outreach, and human service development that provides an enhanced quality of life for the people of Maryland. Projects Include: ● Volunteers will be gardening, landscaping, constructing benches, painting blacktop games and painting interior halls and rooms. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 409 Addison Rd. South. Seat Pleasant, MD. 20743 Metro: Addison Rd/ Seat Pleasant Station Parking: Parking is available Maryland Umbrella Group 409 Addison Rd. South. Seat Pleasant, MD. 20743 (Metro: Addison Rd/ Seat Pleasant Station) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM15
Maya Angelou Public Charter School Issue Area: Education Maya Angelou Charter School’s mission is to create learning communities in lower income urban areas where all students, particularly those who have not succeeded in traditional schools, can reach their potential and prepare for college, career, and a lifetime of success. At Maya Angelou our students develop the academic, social, and employment skills they need to build rewarding lives and promote positive change. Indoor projects include: ● Maya Angelou's primary need is making their rundown hallways, classrooms, locker room's, etc. a more inviting space. Primary goals are the painting of classrooms and the cleaning of locker rooms and hallways. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 5600 E. Capitol St. NE. Washington, D.C. 20009 Metro: Yes, Capitol Heights Parking: Parking is available Maya Angelou Public Charter School 5600 E. Capitol St. NE. Washington, D.C. 20009 (Capitol Heights Metro) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM11
Metropolitan Branch Trail/DC Preparatory Academy Issue area: Environment The Metropolitan Branch Trail serves commuters and residents for cycling, walking, rollerskating, or just sitting and people watching. Projects include: ● Volunteers will engage in general trail maintenance, maintenance and upgrading of a community garden behind DC Prep along the trail. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 707 Edgwood St NE Washington, DC Metro: Brookland Parking: Limited Parking is available Metropolitan Branch Trail/DC Preparatory Academy 707 Edgwood St NE Washington, DC (Brookland Metro) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM26
National Park Service - Washington Circle Issue area: Historic Preservation Officially established in 1965, National Mall and Memorial Parks actually protects some of the older parkland in the National Park System. Areas within this premier park provide visitors with ample opportunities to commemorate presidential legacies; honor the courage and sacrifice of war veterans; and celebrate the United States commitment to freedom and equality. Outdoor Projects include: ● Painting and staining benches and lamp posts at Washington Circle Date: September 11, 2010 Location: Corner of 23rd Street and K Street NW Metro: Yes, Foggy Bottom National Park Service - Washington Circle Corner of 23rd Street and K Street NW (Foggy Bottom Metro) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM5
Park View Recreation Center Issue area: Children and Families The Rec Center aims to serve the Park View Neighborhood by providing a safe space for recreation, including soccer, baseball and swimming. Projects Include: ● Paint mural with Parkview Recreation Center and GDCC logo Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 693 Otis Pl. NW Washington, DC Metro: Georgia Avenue-Petworth Parking: Yes, street parking is available Park View Recreation Center 693 Otis Pl. NW Washington, DC (Metro: Georgia Ave-Petworth) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM5
Prevention Works! Issue area: Health Washington, DC has the highest rate of new AIDS cases in the country with an estimated 1 in 20 residents living with HIV. Over the past decade, PreventionWorks has evolved from a needle exchange organization into a critical part of the District of Columbia's HIV prevention strategy. PreventionWorks today offers tools and information for leading healthier lives and provides access and referrals to drug treatment, medical, and social services. With the opening of a neighborhood harm reduction center in the coming months, PreventionWorks is transitioning into a full service HIV prevention and health advocacy group Indoor Projects Include: ● Volunteers will assemble safer-sex kits Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 2501 Benning Rd NE, Washington, DC Metro: N/A Parking: Parking is available Prevention Works! 2501 Benning Rd NE, Washington, DC Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM7
Ron Brown Middle School Issue Area: Education Ron Brown Middle school is committed to maximizing the academic and intellectual development of all students. Students and teachers work together to create an interactive, engaging and productive learning environment. Projects Include: Volunteers will engage in a variety of painting activities. They will be painting blacktop games including four-square, hopscotch and basketball courts as well as painting concrete blocks with bright colors and designs to be placed around trees and bushes in the front of the school. Exit and entry doorway painting will also be repainted Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 4800 Meade St. NE, Washington, DC 20019 Metro: Deanwood Metro Station Parking: Back parking lot of school is available Ron Brown Middle School 4800 Meade St. NE, Washington, DC 20019 Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM9
Sharpe Health Sharpe Health School Issue Area: Education/People with Disabilities Sharpe Health School is a school that services about 113 students with multiple disabilities. Most of the students receive certificates of completion. Their program services students beginning at age three through age 22. Much of their program is developed to support independent living skills and work experiences that will transition their students to retain employment once they leave Sharpe Health. Projects Include: ● Volunteers will help with landscape, painting indoor murals and outdoor games, and the construction of benches. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 4300 13th Street Northwest, Washington, DC Metro: Georgia Ave/Petworth Parking: Parking is available Sharpe Health School 4300 13th Street Northwest, Washington, DC Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM4
Springhill Lake Elementary School Issue Area: Education Springhill Lake Elementary School enrolls close to 700 students in Greenbelt, MD. It serves a culturally diverse community with as many as 70 different countries represented. Projects include: ● Volunteers will be painting a variety of blacktop games. Basketball courts, Four-Square and hopscotch will all be created. They will also be involved in a variety of landscaping projects. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 6060 Springhill Drive, Greenbelt, MD. 20770 Metro: Yes, Greenbelt Parking: Street parking is available along with a small school parking lot. Springhill Lake Elementary 6060 Springhill Drive, Greenbelt, MD. 20770 (metro: Greenbelt) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM11
The Washington Home Issue area: Senior Citizens Since 1888, The Washington Home has upheld their founding values while growing to meet their mission of providing provide quality health care and end-of-life services with compassion and innovation for those they serve. This growth has enabled The Washington Home to provide a continuum of care with unparalleled experience. While they take pride in the long-term care services that they have provided to the community for more than a century, they are equally proud of their excellent rehabilitation services, care of those with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, and hospice care for our long-term care residents. This continuum of care is very important to residents and their families. Projects include: ● Volunteers will interact with the residents of the home by playing games, singing, and partaking in general conversation ● Volunteers will do facilities projects around the Home, including sprucing up and rededicating the 9/11 Memorial on the grounds Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 3720 Upton St. NW Metro: Van Ness/UDC Parking: parking is available The Washington Home 3720 Upton St. NW (Metro: Van Ness/UDC) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM1
Trinidad ANC - Neighborhood Revitalization Issue area: Neighborhood Revitilization The ANC 5B08 is dedicated to serving this besieged neighborhood and representing its interests in front of the City Council. Projects include: ● Volunteers will execute a number of projects to beautify the Trinidad neighborhood, including picking up trash, removing graffitti, weeding, and light landscaping. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: North side of Bladensburg between Oates and Levis. Metro: No Parking: Street Parking is available Trinidad ANC Neighborhood Revitalization North side of Bladensburg between Oates and Levis Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM19
Friends of Upshur Park Issue area: Children and Families Projects include: ● Volunteers will paint wall art, painting basketball court area, improving soccer field, building benches, improving interior of the Upshur recreation center. Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 4300 Arkansas Ave. NW Metro: Georgia Ave./Petworth Parking: Street Parking is available Upshur Park 4300 Arkansas Ave. NW (Metro: Georgia Ave - Petworth) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM16
Whitman-Walker Clinic Issue area: Health/HIV/AIDS WWC’s mission is to be the highest quality, culturally competent community health center serving greater Washington’s diverse urban community, including individuals who face barriers to accessing care, and with a special expertise in LGBT and HIV care. Indoor Projects includes: ● Volunteers will assemble safer-sex kits Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 1701 14th St., NW, Washington, DC 20009 Metro: U Street Parking: Limited Parking is available Whitman-Walker Clinic 1701 14th St., NW, Washington, DC 20009 (Metro: U Street) Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM1
YMCA Ayrlawn Program Center Issue Area: Children and Families The YMCA of Metropolitan Washington fosters the spiritual, mental and physical development of individuals, families and communities according to the ideals of inclusiveness, equality and mutual respect for all. Together, the nation's 2,617 YMCAs are the largest not-for-profit community service organization in America, working to meet the health and human service needs of 20.2 million men, women and children in 10,000 communities in the United States. Projects include: ● Volunteers will stain furniture, benches and picnic tables ● Volunteers potentially will paint a mural Date: September 11, 2010 Location: 5650 Oakmont Avenue, Bethesda, MD Metro: N/A Parking: Yes, parking is available YMCA Ayrlawn Program Center 5650 Oakmont Avenue, Bethesda, MD Sep 11 2010 8:30AM - Sep 11 2010 12:30PM10






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