Be the Change Weekly Community Update August 6, 2021


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Simply Living Expanding Sustainable U Offerings
Jeff Sharp, former chair of the Simply Living Board and current chair of the OSU School of Environment and Natural Resources, has volunteered to lead a discussion course on Voluntary Simplicity. The 6 week EcoChallenge course is based on the book: A Different Way: Living Simply in a Complex World. Start date is Wednesday, September 29 at 7 pm. Details and location forthcoming.

More EcoChallenge courses are planned. Learn more about them here.

TOURS! Learning tours are in the mix… we’re planning trips to SWACO, Rumpke, Water Treatment plants, and more.

The class below tells the remarkable story of Randall Loop’s success in overcoming credit card debt. The Zoom presentation and Q&A stands alone by itself but some may be inspired to take a future course that explores in depth how to “align the spirit of living and money.”


Aligning the Spirit of Living and Money
Wednesday, August 18 at 7 pm

Virtual Event Registrants will receive link via email.

One of the largest questions coming out of the COVID-19 Pandemic is, “DO I HAVE TO CHOOSE BETWEEN MY LIFE AND MONEY? In this instance “Life” can mean many things but, what comes rising to the surface is the fear of losing one’s Existence to the Virus and or one’s Freedom by stepping back into the rat race of work.

Randall Loop, long time Simply Living supporter and previous board member has used the 9 Steps of Your Money or Your Life (YMOYL) to create a sustainable living since 2004. He has facilitated the course since 2006 and has literally assisted hundreds to create the same for themselves. Join us for a brief introduction of the mindsets and methods of the program that was originally created by Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin. Randall’s presentation will be followed by Q&A discussion.

Get started on the journey today with the YMOYL Book (amazon) If you prefer to pay a little more instead of supporting Amazon, you can buy it at a local Columbus bookstore or you can buy it online at Bookshop.org, which donates money to local bookstores.


Simply Living will have a table at EcoFest this year. Stop by and meet Cathy Cowan Becker, our new director, and other volunteers!
Gather with friends and neighbors in Town Center Park (Park Street and Arbutus Avenue) for this waste-less event.
Visit the Art & Kids Zone featuring hands-on, recycling activities, arts, crafts and games. Discover eco-practices and learn to reduce and reuse household and work items in the Sustainability Zone. The Health and Wellness Zone highlights local businesses demonstrating green products, services and wellness programs. Pick up a Keep Grove City Beautiful event passport and collect stamps at the various activities for a prize.
Register to drive an electric vehicle: Drive Electric Columbus Ride & Drive.
Add shopping and dining in historic Grove City Town Center to your EcoFest visit. For more information or to register for an event, visit the EcoFest website at ecofest.grovecityohio.gov or call 614-277-3058.

The New Corporation: The Unfortunate Necessary Sequel
Film + Q&A Sat-Sun August 28-29
Co-Sponsored by Simply Living and the
Ohio Community Rights Network

Sunday, August 29, 2021, 2:00 PM EST
Join us for the live Q&A following the film with Move to Amend Outreach Director, Greg Coleridge
Greg Coleridge
The New Corporation ​reveals how the corporate takeover of society is being justified by the sly rebranding of corporations as socially conscious entities. From gatherings of corporate elites in Davos, to climate change and spiraling inequality; the rise of ultra-right leaders to Covid-19 and racial injustice, the film looks at corporations’ devastating power. Countering this is a groundswell of resistance worldwide as people take to the streets in pursuit of justice and the planet’s future.

The link and password to view the film will be sent out Saturday, August 28. The film will be available for a 24 -hour period before the Q&A, which starts promptly at 2:00 pm EST on Sunday the 29th.

Register here.

“Every business must now ask not only ‘how can we reduce our emissions as quickly as possible,’ but also ‘how can we use our full resources, scale, influence, the passion of our employees, and our broader community to help build a world where all living things can thrive?’” ~ Jamie Alexander, Drawdown Labs




HIGHLIGHTS FROM SIMPLY LIVING’S BE THE CHANGE COMMUNITY CALENDAR


When the Biomass Hits the Wind Turbine*, with Annie & Jay Warmke (walking the talk—with sustainable pioneering—goats, renewables, earthen dwellings, spirituality). A serious, but not too serious, discussion of the realities of sustainable living, heard on Fridays at 11:30 am and Saturdays 8:30 am. Listen to archives from this nationally syndicated podcast from Blue Rock Station website.

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The month is young… enjoy the August Happiness Calendar


Sat Aug 7th 9:00am – 1:00pm
Sat Aug 7th 9:00am – 12:00pm

Tune in Fri, Aug 6, 5pm to #GrassRoot_Ohio radio, 94.1FM & streams @ #WGRN.org; Sun, August 8, 2pm on 92.7/98.3 FM & streams @ #WCRSFM.org. Details and FB here.
Carolyn Harding with Jonathan Beard and David Harewood, organizers with the Columbus Police Accountability Project, “To provide information for empowered citizens to learn more about how to exercise our collective power to ensure police accountability. Finally..”
More info and bios here.


Let’s connect the dots between protecting our planet, racial justice, and the power structures that continually bring injustice to the people of Ohio. Register at http://bit.ly/environmentaljusticeppp .
Expert panelists:
JOCELYN TRAVIS – Central Region Organizing Manager of the Sierra Club, connecting Racial and Environmental Justice.
SANDRA STEINGRABER Ph.D. – Biologist, author, and cancer survivor, writing about climate change, and ecology, connecting human health and Environmental Justice.
ANNETTE MCCOY – President of Trumball County NAACP, connecting legislation/policy and Environmental Justice. More here.

Sat Aug 7th 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Join Jonathan Gustin, founder of Purpose Guides Institute
Terry Patten, author of A New Republic Of The Heart
for a LIVE, FREE, Video-Zoom gathering
Working together, we can awaken the human soul to meet climate change.
Working together, we can use our “dark adjusted eyes” to see climate change as a spiritual calling from soul.

Java Central is located at 20 S. State St. in Uptown Westerville. Friday nights always draws the local musicians for an Open Mic.
Check out the Live Music Lineup on Saturdays in August.

Herbs for Vitality in Aging Wed Aug 11th 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Join Lily Kunning, Community Herbalist, Haven Herbs, and Cancer Support Community for the Natural Living Series! This Free class may be in person or it may be on Zoom. Register here by Tues, August 11 to get a Zoom link sent to you. More info here.

All Ages Free
VIP Tickets Available
Grand Mallway

ProMusica SummerFEST Concert at Franklin Park Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
A Classical Evening Wednesday Aug 11 – 8pm
Marc Moskovitz, cello; David Danzmayr, conductor
The Art of Tango Thursday, Aug. 12 – 8:00 PM
Katherine McLin, violin; David Danzmayr, conductor
Gates open at 6pm and the concerts are from 8-9:15pm. One hour before each concert, there will be music and garden inspired children’s activities behind the stage on the Wolfe Terrace. Guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs and picnic blankets. More info here.



The Web of Meaning: Integrating Science and Traditional Wisdom to Find Our Place in the Universe. Wed Aug 11th 10:00pm ET More
Author and integrator Jeremy Lent investigates the underlying causes of our civilization’s existential crisis and explores pathways toward a life-affirming future. His work weaves together findings from modern systems thinking, evolutionary biology, and cognitive neuroscience with insights from Buddhism, Taoism, and Indigenous wisdom to more fully explore how humans make meaning. Learn more about Jeremy’s new book, The Web of MeaningREGISTER

Thu Aug 12th 1:00pm – 3:00pm Eastern Time
This conversation is a step toward cultivating a nourishing and intentional workplace where inclusivity, social and emotional well-being, equality, and justice are available to everyone. More info & Registration here.

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NEWS + RESOURCES
FOR LIVING LOCAL


Crop man cutting green leaves while preparing healthy food in kitchen
Local chef cooks and delivers meals

Ellen Baumgartner’s son-in-law. Paul Brown, is not only a noted musician and teacher of guitar, but an excellent chef-grade cook! He does part-time work cooking, fixing meals and delivering them. So if anyone has a need for meals – or knows someone who does, you may contact him preferably by texting him at 614-623-9933, calling and leaving a message, or email at sciencegravy@yahoo.com.


Local Arts and Culture
Phil Sorensen’s Art Show at Cultural Arts Center
Art of Yoga classes at Bridge Gallery at 400 Rich St
Sacred Ground: SUNDAY MORNING MINDFULNESS SERVICE
Vaughn Wiester’s Famous Jazz Orchestra at Clintonville Woman’s Club
35th Annual Music on the Lawn @ Grandview Public Library
Local Author Nita Sweeney’s Calendar of Literary Events
Shadowbox Live: Leather & Lace and Let’s Get It On


How can we stop big banks from financing fossil fuels and the destruction of our planet? We have the answer: Watch our new two-minute video to learn about our new Fossil Free Federal Reserve campaign and how you can help:

350.org’s new 2 minute video explains how the Federal Reserve finances the Big Banks fossil fuelish investments here.

Reclaim Democracy to End Corporate Control of Fossil Fuelish Energy Policies… This recent blog promotes the approach of Move To Amend. A letter in the Dispatch by Greg Coleridge explains how we can end the power of First Energy and more! Read it here.

TOXIC TRESPASS. The Ohio Community Rights Network has the latest information on radioactive wastewater or “brine” and a script for how citizens can make a difference with effective actions. Check it out here.

NEW FEATURE!
August Tree of the Month, Eastern Cottonwood

Eastern Cottonwood (Populus deltoides)
by Martin (Mort) Schmidt for Simply Living
Excerpts below – see the full post here.

Cottonwood leaves and bark. Photos by Mort Schmidt. 

Eastern cottonwood and sycamore are the giants of creeks and floodplains. Cottonwood is easy to spot from a distance because of its large size and because its leaves quiver in the slightest wind, like it’s close relative quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides). Cottonwood has little commercial value today, but it played an important role in American history. 

The cottonwood tree does not provide food for humans, but like other poplars and the closely-related willows (genus Salix), cottonwood is a source of salicylic acid, the active ingredient of aspirin. Consequently, the native Americans extracted substances from cottonwood leaves to reduce pain and swelling, and as a treatment for a snakebite (Fred Hageneder – The Meaning of Trees). 

A cottonwood tree was also used in the sacred Sun Dance ceremony of the Sioux Indians. A tree was selected a year before the ritual, and shortly before the ritual, cut down and placed into a hole at the ceremony grounds. Celebrants danced around the tree for 4 days and nights, and some chose to have their chest pierced with an eagle claw and attached to the Tree of Life with rope. The Sioux also saw the rustling of cottonwood leaves as a sort of prayer (Hageneder).  Read the full blog post on the Simply Living website here.


Bigelow Cemetery State Nature Preserve
Is A Wildflower Wonderland

The best time to visit to catch the flowers in bloom is July-August.
Before Ohio was full of corn and soy fields, it was home to beautiful prairies.

The Darby Plains were full of prairie grasses, beautiful prairie wildflowers, and a variety of wildlife. As European settlement increased, the prairies of Ohio were slowly lost. Now, only small pockets of these once vast fields exist. One of these pockets is the Bigelow Cemetery State Nature Preserve. The half acre park has never been plowed or grazed and it boasts some beautiful and rare species. The largest population of the threatened royal catchfly can be found here, along with the ruby-throated hummingbirds who you’ll frequently find near those flowers. The park is small but the scenery is worth it. Read more here.
Bigelow Cemetery State Nature Preserve is located at 600 Rosedale Rd, Irwin, OH 43029, about 35 minutes outside of Columbus. For more information, you can visit the Ohio Department of Natural Resources website.



Reconnect With Nature And Chase Waterfalls
At Rock Stalls Natural Sanctuary In Ohio

One of the most little-known areas of Ohio’s Hocking Hills is arguably Rock Stalls Natural Sanctuary, (also known as Rockstall Nature Preserve), in Logan. If you’ve yet to explore this quiet preserve, you’re truly missing out. Home to all of the things that making Hocking Hills so beloved—rugged cliffs, waterfalls and interesting rock formations—it’s an Ohio nature lover’s paradise.

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.
~ Albert Einstein
Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.

~ Lao Tzu

COMMON GREENS OHIO

National Farmers Market Week is an annual celebration of farmers markets coordinated by the Farmers Market Coalition, a membership-based nonprofit organization that supports farmers markets nationwide through training, technical assistance, and network-building. This year, the campaign is centered around the essential role that farmers markets play in our local food systems and in developing local resilience in communities as hubs for connection.

Common Greens Farmers Market UPDATES: Week of August 2-8
Special Events, New Producers, Announcements & More!
 ALL MARKETS: Kids scavenger hunt! “I LOVE Farmers Markets” temporary tattoos! Whole Foods coupons available! Visit the market tent for info!
Upper Arlington: Musical entertainment by Steven Foster. Beechwold Baked Goods pops up with crepe cakes and mini cream puffs! NEIGHBOR FOODS program: buy a veggie, donate a veggie to a neighbor in need. 
Producer list & market map.
Bexley: Musical entertainment by Jordan Lynch. Food truck: Red Barn Chili. Producer list & market map.
Clintonville: Ohio WIC Program coupon distribution event! Musical entertainment by Anna & The Consequences. Food truck: Broke Johnny.  Producer list & market map.


From the Bexley Natural Market. More here.

Sustainability and conscious leadership
Can we actually reverse climate change? Where should we be focusing our attention for a regenerative future? And how do we fight against discrimination toward the queer community? Project Drawdown’s Senior Director of Research & Technology, Chad Frischmann, recently appeared on the Live Wide Awake podcast to discuss moving beyond silver bullet answers and towards systems of solutions.

More Inspiring Climate News from Project Drawdown

• Climate Solutions 101 is the world’s first major educational effort focused solely on climate solutions. Course unit videos are now available with Spanish subtitles!
• Walkable cities serve as a potent climate solution as well as an approach that improves the psychological quality of people’s daily lives. Here’s an effective visual example, courtesy of TikTok.
• A slew of emerging technology solutions offer several pathways to significantly reduce the emissions impact of this building block of modern life—and perhaps even “make concrete a climate solution, rather than a climate problem.”
• Education is a climate solution. Here’s how investing in the next generation of leaders pays off.

Tom and Jocelyn offer eco-conscious and award winning service in Clintonville.

“Every business must now ask not only ‘how can we reduce our emissions as quickly as possible,’ but also ‘how can we use our full resources, scale, influence, the passion of our employees, and our broader community to help build a world where all living things can thrive?’” ~ Jamie Alexander, Drawdown Labs

Vilvi Vannak, director of the Care & Share Time Bank, wants to make sure everyone reads this GREAT article in The Columbus Dispatch by reporter Allison Ward!

Excerpt: In the time bank, people build up equity by doing tasks – rides to medical appointments, pulling weeds, French lessons – for others in the group. Then they can spend that same amount of time “hiring” one of the 300 members to do something for them.  

“It’s good old-fashioned neighbor helping neighbor. It’s just a little more organized,” said Vilvi Vannak, current president of Care and Share. “And you’re not just bartering back and forth with each other. You have 300 people to choose from.” 

Read the article: https://www.dispatch.com/…/time-banks-like…/7936290002/

Randi Cohen, left, helps Donna Greenman with a computer problem through the Care & Share Time Bank. Photo Courtney Hergesheimer/Columbus Dispatch

LAWNCARE MYTHS

Many common lawncare practices create extra work for you and can actually damage your lawn and harm the environment. Let’s debunk three common practices so you can grow a healthier and more earth-friendly lawn with less effort. The truth could set your Saturdays free. more…

Ovens Off: Plant-Based Recipes, No Heat Required

Does the hot weather make cooking or baking unappealing? These no-heat plant-based recipes offer inspiration for delicious, planet-friendly, hot-weather treats. more…

Join #CutOutCutlery in Reducing
Single-Use Plastic Waste

Many restaurants hand out single-use plastic and paper items with the food order even if you don’t request them. Learn how you can help stop this practice and reduce waste. more…

How To Combat the Urban Heat Island Effect at Home


Structures like buildings and roads that we make out of asphalt, concrete, and steel absorb heat and warm the air around them. In urban areas, the resulting heat islands can be downright dangerous when summer temperatures soar. Learn how to reduce your home’s contribution to the urban heat island effect.
more…


Simply Living’s newest business member helps businesses create effective websites. Starburst Media is based in Columbus and serves clients worldwide. More here.

The Columbus Free Press Network includes two awesome community radio stations! WGRN.org 94.1 and WCRSFM.org 92.7 / 98.3
Listen on your radio or online anytime!


CALENDARS!
LIVE LOCAL, BUILD COMMUNITY #SIMPLYLIVING


Columbus on the Cheap
Good, Cheap, Fun

Holistic Horticulture is practiced by Simply Living’s newest member.
Check out Wes Williams and the landscaping services he offers:
https://www.plantconnections.net/

COLUMBUS UNDERGROUND
Mega Weekend
An Outdoor Weekend with Art, Music, and More!

There are lots of fun events happening outdoors this weekend! Photo by Leah Kelley from Pexels.

Here’s a rundown of fun things to do this weekend. Have you ordered your CU 20th anniversary ice cream with Charlotte + Olivia’s? It’s called Sparkling Platinum Dust and you’ll love it! The French Dispatch, the newest Wes Anderson movie comes out this fall and has a fun promo where you could win a magazine. Enjoy your weekend!

Music & Nightlife & Comedy

Dublin Irish Days are here!
The Heritage Music Festival returns Thursday with Thumpdaddy.
Tickets are available for Thursday night’s comedy show, Friend/Off.
Learn about some Weird Science with Rob Pyatt.
Small Black Tour comes to Ace of Cups.
The What? Music and Arts Festival is this weekend.
The Navigators play a free concert at Columbus Commons on Friday night.
Double Happiness has a hiphop and r&b party called Orange Soda.
Poindexter Village hosts a Drum Circle on Saturday.

Fun Things to Buy and Eat

Land Grant has a shopping popup event on Friday.
Jeni’s launches Golden Nectar.
Shop some deals at the Wexner Center Store sale.
Find out how to harvest herbs and what to do with them.
Prologue Bookshop and Bookspace have book sales.
Lobster rolls have returned to Hills Market Downtown! (preorder, call to check Saturday availability).
Shop the Love Local Market at Trove.
Columbus Brewing Company starts Brewery Tours.

ENJOY EXPLORING ART

You’ll want to be sure to catch Stephen King’s Carrie at the Garden Theatre.
Eurydice continues at Schiller Park Amphitheater.
BAM Thursdays continue at the Columbus Museum of Art.
Tonight there is a mural dedication for Pursuing Good Together in the Hilltop. Everything Counts opens at Blockfort.
This week’s CAPA Summer Movies features Pinocchio and more.
Watch Remember the Titans downtown outside.
There is a special dedication for The Makers Monument during Saturday’s Gallery Hop. Live mural project Summer Spray also kicks off in the Short North on Saturday on Goodale behind Hyde Park.
The Women and Girls’ Fest starts Saturday at MPACC.

WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO
THIS WEEDKEND?

Speak Easy returns with a live show.
Columbus Clippers take on Omaha Storm Chasers all weekend with fireworks on Saturday. Columbus Crew takes on Atlanta.
Congrats to everyone raising funds for the Pelotonia Ride.
Enjoy a Rise & Grind workout!
It’s tax-free weekend for clothes and back to school stuff!

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Private equity firms avoid paying taxes to the tune of $75 billion in lost revenue. First they pillage communities, then they shift the tax burden to the rest of us. That’s the private equity playbook. ~ Americans for Financial Reform


GET ACTIVE!  Items below are selected from the Columbus Peace Newsletter 
edited by Connie Hammond (pictured above).
Email cmhammond11@att.net to subscribe to her Community Calendar or share meeting info. 

Friday, August 6, 2021, 5:00 – 5:30 PM.  GrassRoot Ohio With Carolyn Harding.  Our mission is to profile every-day people working on important issues and to connect them with other folks who want to help. Conversations with every-day people, working on important issues here in Columbus and all around Ohio Justice: environmental, social, racial, economic, w/ folks on the front lines. LISTEN TO 94.1 FM and stream US online at WGRN.com.  You can find all GrassRoot Ohio podcasts/shows on Soundcloud:  https://soundcloud.com/user-42674753. Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/grassroot-ohio/id1522559085 and YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAX2t1Z7_qae803BzDF4PtQ

Saturday, August 7, 2021, 12:00 – 1:00 PM.  Occupy for Our Revolution.  Join Our Revolution each Saturday at the intersection of North Broadway and High Street to demonstrate for peace and justice. Bring a mask and a sign or two in solidarity. 

Sunday, August 8, 2021, 2:00 PM.  GrassRoot Ohio With Carolyn Harding.  Our mission is to profile every-day people working on important issues and to connect them with other folks who want to help. Conversations with every-day people, working on important issues here in Columbus and all around Ohio. Justice: environmental, social, racial, economic, w/ folks on the front lines. LISTEN TO 94.1 FM and stream US online at WGRN.com.  You can find all GrassRoot Ohio podcasts/shows on Soundcloud:  https://soundcloud.com/user-42674753. Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/grassroot-ohio/id1522559085 and YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAX2t1Z7_qae803BzDF4PtQ

Monday, August 9, 2021, 7:00 PM.  Nagasaki/Hiroshima Remembrance Program.  New Hampshire Peace Action is pleased to host Alicia Sanders-Zakre for a special program in remembrance of the bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima by the United States 76 years ago.  Alicia will talk about the human toll of nuclear weapons and talk a little about the difference between their destructive power, now and then. She’ll discuss the size of the US arsenal and global totals, and she’ll talk about how much the nuclear weapon states, how that money could be better spent elsewhere in the US, and the importance of the TPNW as a means to shift global norms. There will be a Q&A at the end of the program. Alicia Sanders-Zakre is the Policy and Research Coordinator at the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. She directs and coordinates research on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons and general nuclear weapons policy.  More information and registration here

Tuesday, August 10, 2021, 7:00 – 8:00 PM.  Intersect:  Bring the Power Back to the People: Map Drawing and Redistricting Reform.  Intersect is the Ohio Council of Churches’ webinar series which explores the intersectionality between faith, policy and racism.  Register here

Monday, August 9, 2021, 7:00 PM.  Nagasaki/Hiroshima Remembrance Program.  New Hampshire Peace Action is pleased to host Alicia Sanders-Zakre for a special program in remembrance of the bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima by the United States 76 years ago.  Alicia will talk about the human toll of nuclear weapons and talk a little about the difference between their destructive power, now and then. She’ll discuss the size of the US arsenal and global totals, and she’ll talk about how much the nuclear weapon states, how that money could be better spent elsewhere in the US, and the importance of the TPNW as a means to shift global norms. There will be a Q&A at the end of the program. Alicia Sanders-Zakre is the Policy and Research Coordinator at the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. She directs and coordinates research on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons and general nuclear weapons policy.  More information and registration here

Monday, August 9, 2021, 08:00 PM.  Ohio Poor People’s Movement Central Regional Meeting.  Register here

Thursday, August 12, 2021, 7:00 PM.  Worthington Interfaith Neighbors (WIN) Community Book Discussion of Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson.  Bring your own lawn chair!
(Bathroom facilities will not be available.)  In the event of inclement weather on the 12th, join us on the 19th. If the weather is unfavorable on both dates, the program will be rescheduled.  Location:  On the front lawn of Worthington Presbyterian Church, 773 High Street, Worthington or Thursday, August 19 at 7 PM, on the front lawn of All Saints Lutheran Church, 6770 N. High Street.

Saturday, August 14, 2017, 7:00 PM.  Columbus Free Press Second Saturday Salon.  Since we aren’t getting together in person, we can gather for a couple hours on the second Saturday night of each month. Join Zoom Meeting. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83906590837. Meeting ID: 839 0659.


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