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Scholarship Opportunities

Jefferson County is a generous community which provides numerous scholarship opportunities for high school graduates pursuing a college education.  Shawe Memorial faculty, students, and parents are grateful to the businesses, foundations, organizations, families, and individuals who make such investments in the future education of our students.

Shawe Tuition Scholarships

About Friends of Shawe & Pope John Schools, Inc.

 

Amounts reflect scholarships awarded in May 2018.  Scholarship amounts vary each year.

 

Friends Scholarships for Grades 7 – 12

 

Friends of Shawe and Pope John Annual Scholarship Awards

 

Shawe Memorial Honors Day Scholarship Awards

 

$2,500 Paul and Joy Buchanan Memorial Scholarship.

Awarded to a Shawe 7th grade student planning to attend 8th grade at Shawe. Student should be passing all subjects, have financial need and demonstrate character of being inclusive of others as evidenced by teacher or staff testimonial.  Requires one page essay about what it means to them to be an American.

 

$500 Sr. Thomasita Hayes Honorary Scholarship

Criteria: Scholarship should be presented to a Shawe Memorial junior who has taken math in all years of their high school career and will take math during their senior year. Recipient should demonstrate a genuine love of math, solid participation in class, have achieved at least a “C” grade in all the high school math classes taken to date and whose family is in need of tuition assistance.

 

$100 Class of ‘81/Elizabeth Hoffman Memorial Scholarship

Criteria: awarded to a Catholic, 8th grade, Shawe Memorial student who is planning to attend Shawe Memorial for 9th grade and who has shown academic excellence and a warm hearted spirit.

 

$900 Matthew and Clara Hoffman Memorial Scholarship

Criteria: awarded to a Catholic, underclassman, Shawe Memorial student who is in good academic standing and whose family is in need of tuition and fee assistance.

 

$1,750 Class of 1956 Honorary Scholarship

Criteria: awarded to a member of the 8th grade Shawe Memorial student body who will attend Shawe Memorial High School 9th grade. One who participates in all school activities, shows true school spirit, and has given back by way of time or talent to the school.

 

$1,200 Grace Rose Stem Memorial Scholarship

Criteria: Essay required - awarded to a Shawe Memorial sophomore student who is planning to attend Shawe Memorial for the junior year/grade. Scholarship selection will be based on an application process with emphasis on having fun with reading. Students will choose three books from the list provided by the Dean of Studies and write a 5 page essay; deadline March 5.

 

$500 Herman and Rozella Hoffman Memorial Scholarship

Criteria: awarded to a junior, Shawe Memorial student who shows distinguished involvement in community service, the recipient must exemplify and consistently ask. “What can I do for you?” while demonstrating Catholic values in their daily life.

 

$2,000 Marge Schafer Tandy Memorial Scholarship

Criteria: awarded to a Catholic, 8th grade, Shawe Memorial student who is planning to attend Shawe Memorial for 9th grade, who has shown true school spirit, who has given back to their school through their time and talent and whose family is in need of tuition assistance.

 

$1,750 Ted Winkel and Cathy Winkel Annual Scholarship

Criteria: awarded to a member of the 8th grade Shawe Memorial student body who will attend Shawe Memorial High School for 9th grade, one who participates in all school activities and has given back by way of time or talent to the school.

 

$1000 Phil and Sharon Kahn Family Memorial Scholarship

Criteria: awarded to a member of the Shawe Memorial Junior/Senior student body who will be attending Shawe Memorial High School the following year, one who participates in all school activities, shows true school spirit, and has given back by the way of time or talent to the school.

 

$2,000 Dr. William E. and Mrs. Rose Mary Stucker Scholarship

Criteria: awarded to a Shawe Memorial student in grade 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11 who is planning to return to Shawe Memorial in the fall, who has shown true school spirit, who has given back to their school through their time and talent.

 

Harold VandeWater Memorial Scholarship $1,000 Selection

Criteria: awarded to a Catholic undergraduate student, who demonstrates hard work and a love for the schools, someone who is mechanically inclined or fixes things at home or school, someone who volunteers to help without being asked and whose family is in need of tuition assistance.

 

Shawe Memorial Senior Scholarships

 

$200 Jim and Nancy Sedam Family Scholarship

Criteria: awarded to a graduating, Shawe Memorial senior who has an excellent school attendance record

 

$2,000 John and Mary Dierkes Memorial Scholarship

Criteria: awarded to a graduating member of the Shawe student body who will be pursuing a post high school education of any type.

 

$2,500 Karen Dierkes Ihle Memorial Scholarship

Criteria: Scholarship is awarded to a graduating Shawe Memorial senior who has displayed the highest academic achievement, determined by an extensive application process to include academic, church, community, athletic involvement. Some years the market will support more than one scholarship and a higher first award.

 

$200 Fr. Charles Walsh Memorial Scholarship

Criteria: awarded to a Catholic, graduating, Shawe Memorial student who has high academic achievement and has proven quality citizenship standards.

 

 

Scholarships for Seniors

The Dean of Studies assists students in the scholarship application process by announcing local scholarships available and coordinating the availability of applications (paper & electronic applications).

The following list of local scholarships is based on scholarships provided in recent years.  The availability of scholarships is determined each year by scholarship providers.  Scholarship criteria will be announced in the monthly Senior Newsletter (link).

Students and parents may also conduct their own scholarship searches online.  There are many scholarships available on the regional and national-level for those willing to put the time and energy into the search and application process.  Students should never pay for a scholarship search or to apply for a scholarship.

The largest amount of scholarship monies awarded to Shawe graduates is usually from colleges and universities.  These merit-based or academic scholarships are most often granted to students who meet GPA and test score criteria.  Students should refer to the Admissions or Financial Aid section of college websites or contact the Office of Admission at their colleges of choice for details on scholarships available.

 

Local Scholarship List

 

 

Following is a listing of scholarships that were recently available to Shawe seniors.

Note that the criteria, requirements and deadlines can change at the discretion of the scholarship provider. This listing is meant to be a resource for planning, not a guarantee of availability.

 

 

Local Scholarships:

 

The American Legion Jefferson Post 9 will award up to five $500-scholarships to Shawe seniors.

The applicant must be the son, daughter, grandson or granddaughter of a veteran who served during the eligibility dates for the American Legion. Must present completed application along with: 1) proof of eligibility such as a copy of the veteran’s DD214 or Honorable Discharge certificate; 2) evidence of acceptance as a full-time student at an accredited college, university or technical/trade school; 3) a one-page typed essay on “What being an American means to me.”  Due in April.

 

American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship Jefferson Unit 9 is available to seniors pursuing post-secondary education. Eligible students must be the son, daughter, grandson, granddaughter, great-grandson or great-granddaughter of a Jefferson County, Indiana veteran. Amount $200.  Due in March.

 

Badger & Spiller Orthodontists offers a $2,000 scholarship to a patient who pursues a college education.  Application includes essay & photo. Due May.

 

Bethany Circle of the King’s Daughters & Sons Scholarship is available to any graduating senior who has an interest in pursuing further education leading to a career in the field of health care. Criteria evaluated include financial need, demonstrated academic ability, and demonstrated concern for school and community. Requires a 250-word essay describing why you are interested in a health career, three letters of recommendation and a minimum 3.0 GPA. Use the Jefferson County Common Application (available from Mrs. Miller if you haven’t already completed one for another scholarship).

 

John and Freda Bott Memorial Scholarship: Multiple scholarships available for seniors in the top third of Shawe’s graduating class. Must be a good citizen; attend any college, university or vocational/technical school in the U.S.; and not receiving full scholarships at the time of the award. If funds are available, recipients may reapply for scholarship assistance for each school year. Due in February.

 

Community Foundation Scholarships: Applications submitted online at www.cfmjc.org  Due January.

 

Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship applications are available online in October.  Deadline in December.  Eligible applicants will be Jefferson County residents, with a minimum 3.0 GPA, who plan to attend a full-time, four-year degree program at an Indiana college or university.  One scholarship will be awarded in Jefferson County. The scholarship covers full tuition for four years of undergraduate study at an Indiana college or university. Sponsored by the Community Foundation of Madison and Jefferson County. Also requires a completed College Cost Estimator, included with the application. If you live outside Jefferson County, contact the Community Foundation in your county.

 

Cam Car Club offers a $500 scholarship to student pursuing a degree or certificate in Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology, Collision, Repair or Refinishing, or other programs related to the automotive industry.  Criteria evaluated:  Financial need and academic performance. College Cost Estimator required to be completed.

 

Jefferson County 4-H Scholarship: Graduating seniors or recent graduates from any Jefferson County high school who have completed four years of regular 4-H. Intended to help students finance post high school education programs at vocational schools, colleges, etc. Criteria evaluated: 4-H participation, scholastic and community activity, and financial need. Apply through the Jefferson County Extension Office.

 

Broadway School Alumni Scholarship: Graduating Jefferson County seniors. Criteria evaluated: financial need, demonstrated academic ability, and demonstrated concern for school and community. Required: 200-word essay on the role the Broadway High School (that was located in the 600 block of Broadway, the first commissioned colored high school in the state of Indiana) played in the history of our area. There are books and information available at the Madison-Jefferson County library about Broadway School.

 

Hall Family Scholarship ($250): Shawe Memorial High School graduating seniors attending college or vocational school. Criteria evaluated: financial need, good citizenship, and motivation to obtain a higher education.

 

Ralph & Robyn Jones Family Memorial Scholarship ($600): Jefferson County high school graduating seniors with a GPA of less than 3.7 and a family adjusted gross income of $30,000 to $50,000 per year. Those with higher incomes may be considered if extraordinary financial need can be demonstrated.

 

Charles H. & C. Chris Keller Scholarship: Madison Consolidated or Shawe Memorial High School graduating seniors with a 2.0 or higher GPA who plan to attend an accredited technical or trade school or two-year college.

 

George and Jean Kirk Scholarship is coordinated through the Community Foundation of Madison & Jefferson County.  Application is online at www.cfmjc.org  Any graduating senior with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 to 3.5 who demonstrates financial need and will pursue a four-year program at any public Indiana college or university is eligible. Due Feb. 17th by noon.

 

Father Hilary G. Meny Scholarship ($500): Shawe Memorial High School graduating seniors attending college or vocational school. Criteria evaluated: financial need and grade point average of not less than 2.0 or more than 3.0.

 

The Wood Memorial Scholarship: Graduating high school seniors who live in the Ryker's Ridge community. Criteria evaluated: academic standing and financial need. For tuition at any accredited school, including colleges and universities, trade schools, etc.

 

Madison Chautauqua Scholarship for the Arts. Jefferson County residents who wish to further their education in the visual or performing arts. All art forms are eligible, including the visual and performing arts and photography. Required: Letter of recommendation from a person knowledgeable about your talent and accomplishments in your art form, along with a sample of your work in the form of slides, cassette, CD, or videotape, with a maximum of 3 slides and one 3-minute tape or CD. Note: This scholarship has its own application online at www.cfmjc.org.  Due February.

 

Molly Dattilo Follow Your Dreams Scholarship is given in recognition of Molly’s caring spirit and willingness to help others as well as her determination to work towards her personal goals. To be considered, an applicant must be a graduating senior who has participated in track, cross-country or swimming. Requires one letter of recommendation and completed application. Due in April.

 

Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) John Paul Chapter offer a $250 scholarship.  Application includes essay “What in your background demonstrates that you are committed to promoting the fundamental ideas for which our country stands.” Application due in March.

 

Delta Kappa Gamma Award is for $100 to a senior pursuing a degree in Education.  Recipient must have a B average or above, be of good character, outstanding attitude, and extracurricular involvement. No application. Selection by Scholarship Committee.

 

Louis A. Ernst Family Scholarship is a $2,000  scholarship established for attendance at preferably Indiana schools but other colleges outside the state are eligible. Scholarships are awarded to students with reasonable prospects of success in college and with financial need being the primary requirement. There may be multiple scholarships available for Shawe seniors based on decision of the trustees of endowment. Due in February.

 

Friends of Shawe & Pope John Schools, Inc. awards the following scholarships ( amount  of scholarship award subject to financial market fluctuations):

 

Karen Dierkes-Ihle Memorial Scholarship and John and Mary Dierkes Memorial

Scholarships are open to every senior pursuing a college education.  This application must be completed in the student’s writing and requires a short essay on a specific topic.  Criteria also include academic achievement, church, community, & extracurricular  involvement Applications are due to Mrs. Miller in a sealed envelope. Due in March. No late applications will be accepted.

 

Fr. Charles Walsh Memorial Scholarship  awarded to a Catholic, graduating, Shawe Memorial student who has high academic achievement and has proven quality citizenship standards.  No application. Selected by scholarship committee.

 

Jim and Nancy Sedam Family Scholarship  awarded to a graduating, Shawe Memorial senior who has an excellent school attendance record. No application

 

 

John & Maureen Galvin / Historic Madison, Inc.  offers a $1,000 scholarship to a senior pursuing a degree in historic preservation, architecture, American History or related field.  Application includes 2 letters of recommendation & essay.  Due in February.

 

Ivy Tech Community College offers several scholarships. See Mrs. Miller for the Ivy Tech Scholarship Guide and application.

 

International Order of the King’s Daughters and Sons Southeastern District Scholarship. Each high school will receive one $200 scholarship. Any senior planning on earning at least an associate’s degree will be eligible to apply. Requires three recommendations (one each from applicant’s school, church and community), transcript, and completed application. Applicants will be judged on good grades, character, extra-curricular activities and community involvement. Requires a sponsoring member’s signature; Marty Hoying, Annie Schroeder and Leslie Grote are three members you can try.  Due in April.

 

Jefferson County Extension Homemakers will award a $300 scholarship to one student at each of the following: 1) Madison Consolidated High School, 2) Southwestern High School and 3) Shawe Memorial, Christian Schools or homeschool. Any student in Jefferson County attending an Indiana college to study consumer and family sciences (home economics), health or a related field is eligible. Other majors may also apply and can be considered. Student may reapply every year they are attending university, however the award will be given to a qualified senior first. Tuition payments will be made directly to the school/college after official notice of acceptance to the school is presented by the applicant to the Homemakers’ Council Treasurer. Application requires 3 letters of recommendation (one from school; two from community). Due in May.

 

Jefferson County Farm Bureau Inc. offers a $300 scholarship to a senior from Shawe, SW and MCHS. Eligible students may attend any sort of college or technical school after high school; may major in any subject and do not need to be a Farm Bureau member. Complete the Farm Bureau application, write a 150-300 word essay about why they chose their major, and attach a letter of recommendation from one of their teachers or someone who knows them well. Due in April.

 

Jefferson County Retired Teachers’ Scholarship: $200. One recipient will be chosen from each of the three county high schools. Applicants must enter some area in the field of education, attending a fully accredited post-secondary institution.  Use Jefferson County Common Application. Due in February.

 

Kiwanis Club of Madison offers two scholarships for graduating Shawe seniors planning to attend college. Due in March.

 

Knights of Columbus Scholarship ($300)  is open to senior boys and girls who are Catholic. To apply, use the Jefferson County Common Application. (If you have already filled one out, just make a copy and fill in the scholarship name.)  Due in April.

 

Knights of Columbus Indiana State Council Outstanding Catholic Youth Award ($400) is awarded to one Shawe senior.  Nomination by faculty.  Application including essay required.  Due in Feb.

 

The Knights of Columbus Essay Contest is open to all seniors graduating from a Catholic High School. The local Knights of Columbus, the Father Riehl Council, will award $250 to Shawe’s winning essay. See your religion teacher for the guidelines and deadline. The essay topic is: The Responsibility of the Catholic Citizen in a Free Society.  Also open to 8th grade ($200).  Due in Spring.

 

Teresa Koxzergo Memorial Scholarship is offered in loving memory of 1976 Shawe graduate Teresa Koczergo by her family. This scholarship is offered to a student(s) planning to major in special education, with consideration also given to applicants pursuing degrees in education or a field related to assisting special education needs. No application required.  Inform Mrs. Miller if you are pursuing a career in Special Education.  Due in April.

 

The Lide White Memorial Boys & Girls Club scholarships. The John H. and Sue Paul Scholarship ($500) was established in 1987 by Mr. Frank Paul to honor and recognize his parents for the many years of service they both gave to the community and to the LWB&GC. The Robert and Virginia Klopp Scholarship ($500) was established in 1999 by Robert Klopp to honor his first wife and to demonstrate their love, care and commitment to the youth of Madison and surrounding communities. New scholarships include the Courtney and Cole scholarships.  Also an opportunity to be nominated for the Indiana Boys & Girls Club Scholarship and a $1,000 Presidential Freedom Scholarship. Must be current LWB&GC members in good standing, must be graduating seniors that have applied and been accepted by an accredited college, university, vocational or trade school. Must volunteer 50 hours at LWB&GC during senior year.  If membership has lapsed you may renew.

 

The Madison Elks Lodge offers Vocational Grants for seniors planning to attend a two-year or less educational/technical program. Applications available in guidance office or at www.elks.org/enf/scholars.

 

The Madison Elks Lodge Most Valuable Student Scholarship: Eligible: Any high school senior who is a U.S. citizen who will attend a four year university or college. Application is online at www.elks.org/enf/scholars.  Due Nov.

 

The Madison Elks Lodge Legacy Scholarship: The Legacy award is for a child or grandchild (or step-child or step-grandchild) of an Elk. Application is online at www.elks.org/enf/scholars

 

Madison Lions Club “We Serve Award” seeks to recognize the outstanding graduating senior at each of Madison Consolidated, Shawe Memorial and Southwestern who has exhibited leadership, service and academic achievement with a $500 cash award to be used toward college or vocational educational expenses. All graduating seniors who feel they exhibit these characteristics are invited to submit an application. Minimum 3.0 GPA required. Demonstrated leadership and service to school and community will be given more weight.  Due in April.

 

Madison Precision Scholarship  open to children of employees of Madison Precision wanting to pursue post-secondary education. GPA, extra-curricular and community activities considered.

 

Madison Rotary Club offers multiple scholarships to Jefferson County seniors. Completed application, an essay [250 words or less explaining why you want to go to college or vocational school and why you chose the school(s) you are interested in] and guidance counselor page. Due in March. Students chosen for interviews will be notified as to when interviews will be held. Winners will be announced at the Rotary Scholarship Banquet to be held in May. Invitations will be sent.

 

Madison RibberFest Scholarship Opportunity: A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a Jefferson County student who has been accepted into or is attending a post-secondary program. Priority consideration will be given to a student pursuing a career in a RibberFest related field of study, such as agriculture, culinary arts, music, event planning, etc. A minimum of 2.5 GPA is required but grades are not the primary criterion. Consideration will be given for leadership potential, volunteerism in community activities, ambitions and financial need. The application must include two faculty/mentor letters of recommendation and an essay detailing the applicant’s strengths, goals, hobbies and experiences. Please indicate in this essay how your field of study ties into the Madison RibberFest theme. A personal interview with finalists may be required. Due in April.

 

Miss Madison Regatta Scholarship Pageant offers one $1,000 scholarship to the winner of their June 29 pageant. The pageant and scholarship is sponsored by the Xi Beta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. A contestant must be: female, unmarried, never married or given birth, a high school graduate by Labor Day, 18 years of age by June 1 and not older than 26, of good character possessing poise, charm , personality, intelligence, self-confidence and the ability to communicate.

 

The Mount Joy Family Scholarships were established from the estate of Martha Elizabeth “Betty” Lynn in memory of her family. Multiple scholarships available to seniors with a 2.0 or above GPA planning to attend an Indiana four-year college or university in Fall 2009. Financial need is one consideration. Use the Jefferson Co. Common Application. Due in April.

 

Phi Beta Psi Sorority offers a $250 scholarship to a Shawe senior planning to pursue a career in the field of medicine. Requirements include a 2.5 minimum GPA, must be accepted at an accredited college or tech school, two letters of reference, a completed application, and a one-page essay explaining why you would like to receive this scholarship. Due April.

 

Pilot Club of Madison is offering a $500 scholarship for a graduating senior interested in a career dealing with brain-related disorders. This could include, but is not limited to, physical, occupational, speech or recreational therapy; nursing; neurosurgeon; psychology; special education or any related area. Applicants must have a 2.0 or above GPA. The scholarship may apply toward either college or vocational training. Get application from Mrs. Miller. Due in April.

 

Lucille Pratt Memorial Scholarship: Seniors entering college in Fall 2009 are eligible for a $1,000 scholarship offered by the family of the late Mrs. Lucille Pratt. Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Lucille Pratt’s three children (Cynthia, Bob and  Ralph Jr.) attended Shawe Memorial and graduated in the mid-1970s. Due in May.

 

German American Bank AIM $500 scholarship criteria: Graduating senior who will attend a college, technical or vocational school; a good school citizen; a student who is involved in the school and/or community; C+ or better (2.3 or above) GPA; based on need; not receiving much additional local or scholarship assistance. Use Jefferson County Common Application; must also attach a brief statement about yourself, your career goals and why additional scholarship assistance is necessary for you. Due in April.

 

SEI Communications: Offers scholarships in two different areas --1) SEI Data will award two $500 scholarships. As of February 1, the graduating senior’s principle residence must be with the parent or guardian who is a member/customer of SEI Data. Must have a minimum GPA of 2.75.  2) SEI Rural Telephone will award five graduating seniors with a $500 scholarship. As of February 1, the graduating senior’s principle residence must be with the parent/guardian who is a member/customer of SEI Telephone. Phone numbers will begin with 667, 744, 839 or 873. Must have a 2.75 minimum GPA. Due in April.

 

Shawe French Club will award a scholarship to a senior who was a contributing member of the French Club.  Application available from French Club officers.

 

Sons of American Legion Squadron 9 presents scholarships to graduating seniors who are the sons, daughters, grandsons or granddaughters of veterans. Amount: $500.   Due in April.

 

Southeastern Indiana Solid Waste District (SISWD) offers several scholarships for the seven-county area. Amounts range from $500 to $2,000.  Application includes essay. Due April.

 

VanWye Family offers the Arts & Theatre Scholarship and the Florence VanWye Memorial Scholarship.  No application.  Individuals determined by the donor make selections.

 

Vehicle Service Group will offer a $1,000 scholarship to a Shawe graduating senior with at least a 3.0 GPA. The winner will be selected based on a number of criteria, including a commitment to his/her education, participation in extra-curricular activities (including employment) and/or community service involvement. In other words, a well-rounded individual who may not be a straight A student, but one that dedicates him or herself to being the best they can be, and who takes an active role in school, church, community or job. Requires 100-word essay explaining why you feel you deserve the scholarship. Share any situations or circumstances that might be relevant to determining eligibility/need (i.e., devastating family illness or injury, need for applicant to work outside of school, etc.).  Due in April.

 

Theta Mu Chapter of Phi Beta Psi Sorority offers a renewable $750 scholarship to a Shawe senior planning to pursue a career in the field of medical technologist, medical laboratory technologist, radiology technologist, cytotechnology or nuclear medicine technologist. This sorority was formed to help find a cure for cancer, and this scholarship is one way they try to help. Requirements include: a completed application; two letters of reference; and a one-page essay stating applicant’s ambitions, plans for education, and why he/she feels qualified for the scholarship. Due March.

 

Tri Kappa Beta Omega Chapter Four-Year Academic Scholarship: The number of scholarship awards varies and dollar amounts vary among individual winners. Minimum 3.3 GPA required. Requires essay, two letters of reference and a photograph. Follow all detailed instructions! Finalists must be available for interviews which will be scheduled for the week of April 20. Students receiving scholarships will be asked to attend a reception the evening of May 3. Applications due in March.

 

Tri Kappa Beta Omega Chapter Two-Year Associate Technical/Vocational Scholarship: The number of scholarship awards and dollar amounts vary. Minimum 2.5 GPA required. Requires transcript, two letters of reference and a photograph. Follow all detailed instructions! Finalists must be available for interviews which will be scheduled for the week of April 20. Students receiving scholarships will be asked to attend a reception the evening of May 3.   Applications due in March.

 

Tri Kappa Alpha Associates Mental Attitude Award recognizes a senior with outstanding attitude.  No GPA requirement. No application. Selection by  Shawe Faculty.

 

Xi Beta Upsilon offers a scholarship. No application. Organization will make selection.

 

Yunker Foundation  – multiple scholarships available. To be used by a student to attend an accredited college, or vocational school. To be based upon financial need and the probability of successfully completing a course of studies in college. Application will not be considered unless it is completed including student’s signature and student’s parent/guardian. Due April.

 

 

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