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MONTE MATTERS - Monte Sant' Angelo Mercy College
HOUSE CAPTAINS
                                          2019 COLLEGE ATHLETICS CARNIVAL

                  MONTE MATTERS
                  31 MAY 2019 / TERM 2, WEEK 5

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

FROM THE PRINCIPAL                               3

FROM THE HEAD OF HSIE                            5

SR LECIA’S THOUGHTS                              7

FROM THE PARENTS AND FRIENDS ASSOCIATION         8

CAREER INSIGHTS EVENING                          9

SPORTS REPORT                                    10

NOTICES                                          12
1. AUTHOR TALK AT MONTE - LEIGH SALES
2. MONTE CELEBRATES MUSIC: TICKETS NOW ON SALE
3. CAREER INSIGHTS EVENING
4. YEAR 10 DRAMA NIGHT
5. YEAR 12 DRAMA NIGHT
6. BIAMUNGA YARN-UP AND MARUKU MARKETPLACE
7. MONTE FOUNDATION - RUGBY LUNCH
8. HOLIDAY ILLUSTRATION CAMP
9. HOLIDAY WRITING CAMP
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FROM THE PRINCIPAL

                                                                       “It is the generous giving of
                                                                       ourselves that produces the
                                                                       most harvest. ”     Orison Swett Marden

Dear Parents and Friends of Monte,

Last Saturday the College had much to celebrate with more            and locally. This year we have seen meaningful commitment
than 800 girls participating in multiple performances under          and contribution to the students of Colegio Infante De Sagres
the joyous creative direction and leadership of our Year 11          in Maliana, Timor-Leste as well as the personal tutoring of
students, the emerging leaders of the Senior School. Mercy           younger students both here at Monte and at local schools. The
leadership was epitomised in the way that the Year 11 students       Monte community again demonstrates our version of Mercy
developed their relationships with their peers. It was inclusive,    leadership as together we actively work towards the equality
service driven, motivating, spirited and a great deal of fun.        of opportunity for all people.

The incredible accomplishment of House Plays would also not          As we recognise National Volunteer’s Week, the College wishes
be possible without the extraordinary support and guidance           to acknowledge those who have generously given of their time
of Ms Jacqueline Magurren, Deputy Principal Pastoral Care,           to our Monte community to assist us in our mission of caring
as well as the scores of teachers, parents and friends who           and educating young women. Our volunteers are the shining
contributed countless hours and skills to ensure House Plays         lights that guide our mission and lead others to join the same
was an overwhelming success.                                         path of Mercy.

It was wonderful to see College events such as House Plays, and      God Bless,
this week’s College Athletics Carnival, which are testament to       Mrs Nicole Christensen
the strength of ‘sisterhood’, of our girls supporting their peers,   Principal
as they displayed effusive joy in validation of the symphony of
student talent across all Colour House ‘families’.

The greatest rewards are to be found when our girls
generously share their gifts, whilst also sharing in the talents
and achievements of others. College Captain, Adelaide Hayes
described these rewards in an address to the students earlier
in the year: “In encouragement, we find strength and cohesion.
In supportiveness, we find connection and trust.”

We can be proud that our students and staff continue
to develop a prodigious ethic of encouragement and
supportiveness as they care for communities both globally

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FROM THE PRINCIPAL

   2019 HOUSE PLAYS

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FROM THE HEAD OF HSIE

                     Mrs Patricia Smith
                     Head of HSIE Department

WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU LEARNT SOMETHING NEW?
In HSIE, students are always learning something new, whether
they realise it or not. A major contributor to deep learning for
students studying HSIE subjects is the excursions outside the
classroom. This helps to bridge the gap between classroom
and hands-on experiences.

Year 7
History students mummified apples to gain a sense of how
Egyptians did it.

Year 8
History students met presenters from Living History Australia,
they investigated what it was like in medieval times through
interactive and engaging activities with stories and artefacts
such as armour and clothing.

                                                                   Geography students went to Camp Kendron where they
                                                                   engaged in fieldwork, looking at aspects of the bush, including
                                                                   foliage cover, soil depth and heights of trees.

                                                                   Year 9
                                                                   History students travelled to the Quarantine Station in Manly.
                                                                   This was an extremely valuable learning experience and
                                                                   allowed the girls to further develop their knowledge of ‘The
                                                                   Movement of Peoples’ and settlement in Australia.

                                                                   Geography students embarked on a field trip to Kurnell
                                                                   Peninsula, Botany Bay. They investigated the importance of
                                                                   oysters for maintaining and supporting the wetland biome.

                                                                   They journeyed to the mudflats and explored the juvenile and
                                                                   mature mangroves where people literally got stuck in the mud.
                                                                   The students worked on developing geographical skills by
                                                                   using a light metre to measure the amount of light in juvenile
                                                                   and mature mangrove sites. They also used refractometers to
                                                                   test the salinity levels of salt, fresh and estuary water.

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FROM THE HEAD OF HSIE

Year 10
Long Reef Beach was the destination for Year 10 Geography
students. Here they investigated environmental changes
that have occurred over time and learnt how sand dunes are
formed.

Students undertook field work such as plant identification
using a dichotomous key, measured the wind speed using an
anemometer, and also measured the angles of the sand dunes
using clinometers and tape measures.

                                                                  mangroves; learning all about their functions and purpose.
                                                                  Throughout the day they learnt many new field techniques
                                                                  such as testing the pH levels of water and the humidity levels
                                                                  in the atmosphere.

                                                                  Year 12
                                                                  HSC Legal Studies recently spent the day observing a range
                                                                  of criminal matters before the Supreme, District and Local
                                                                  Courts to supplement their understanding of the core topic
History students visited the Sydney Jewish Museum where           of Crime. They experienced a range of matters, from high
they were privileged to hear from a Holocaust survivor. The       level and technical appeals on the severity of sentences for a
girls valued the opportunity to learn the personal stories and    murder conviction, to the somewhat more trivial matter of an
memories of a Jewish boy growing up in the 1940s.                 alleged theft of a pair of socks from Woolworths. Justice Bellew
                                                                  of the Supreme Court and Deputy Chief Magistrate Mottle
                                                                  spoke with our students and gave them the opportunity to ask
                                                                  questions about the operation of the courts; adding another
                                                                  dimension that cannot be obtained in the classroom.

                                                                  Upcoming Excursions and Events
                                                                  3 June	Year 7 Geography - Lavender Bay and
                                                                          Wendy’s Secret Garden

                                                                  3 June Year 7 History - Nicholson Museum

                                                                  5 June Year 9 Commerce 200 Hours - North Sydney Council

                                                                  7 June		IB DP History and Modern History - Study Days
Students in Commerce visited Parliament House where they          17 June 		Year 11 Business Studies - Sydney Tower Restaurant
experienced both the lower house and upper house, and role-
played debating a Bill.                                           Participating in the same activity, day in and day out, is not
                                                                  an option for our students. The HSIE teachers seek new
This was followed by a visit to the Crime Museum at the Justice   challenges for all courses so students can develop their visual
and Police Museum, where they were involved in a mock-            literacy and “learn by doing” as they engage with people, places
trial learning about historical crimes such as the Pyjama Girl    and buildings in new ways.
Murder, which took 10 years to solve.

                                                                    We invite members of the Monte community with
Year 11                                                             expertise or interest in the HSIE subject portfolio who
Geography students embarked on an excursion to Sydney               would like to speak with students, or share ideas on
Olympic Park to undertake field work relevant to the unit of        places of interest for student excursions to please
study, Biophysical Interactions. Students explored within the       contact me psmith@monte.nsw.edu

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ASCENSION

SR LECIA’S THOUGHTS                                                    “Men of Galilee, why gaze
                                                                       in wonder at the heavens?
                                                                       This Jesus, whom you saw
                     Sister Lecia Coombe RSM
                                                                       ascending into heaven will
                                                                       return as you saw him go.
                                                                        (Acts 1: 11)
Dear Readers

Ascension Day is celebrated in Australia on the seventh Sunday         The Gospel Acclamation Matthew 28 : 19, 20 also applies to
of Easter, which is 2nd June this year. Last night I watched           us: “Go and teach all people my Gospel. I am with you always,
“Call the Midwife” and cried all through it, at one with those         until the end of the world.”
witnessing the unbearable sadness of a beloved midwife
passing away. Perhaps The Apostles wept too, when the risen            The Gospel Luke 24: 46-53 gives the Apostles and us a resume
Jesus finally slipped away from them.                                  of Jesus’ purpose on earth. Then as Jesus blesses them, he is
                                                                       lifted up to Heaven. Remembering his promise, they return to
After the event, these Apostles were reminded by “two men in           Jerusalem to make the first ever Christian Retreat of ten days,
white” (angels?) that this Jesus, who had been taken up from           awaiting the enabling power of the promised Holy Spirit.
them into Heaven will come back the same way they saw him
go. See First Reading Acts 1 : 1-11.                                   We may wonder how they spent these days. As well as going
                                                                       daily to the Temple to praise God, they shared their memories
Psalm 41 says: “God mounts his throne to shouts of joy: a blare of     of Jesus, guided by Our Blessed Mother Mary (whose beautiful
trumpets for the Lord”. The Apostles would eventually clap their       month of May has just concluded). I imagine she cared for
hands in joyful praise of the Lord, now reigning over the whole        their needs, delighting them with her beautiful presence,
world from his heavenly throne.                                        sharing her style of prayer with them, building up their faith,
                                                                       hope and love to prepare their body, mind and heart, for the
The Second Reading Hebrews 9: 34-38, 10 : 19-23 reminds                momentous event of receiving power from the Holy Spirit to be
us that in Heaven, Jesus now pleads on our behalf. When he             faithful witnesses of Jesus, even to the ends of the earth.
comes the second time, it will not be to deal with sin, but to
reward with salvation those awaiting him. Meanwhile, we too            Perhaps we could make next week special by setting aside
must guard our hearts, minds and bodies: “hearts sincere and           a time and place each day for prayer with Mary, maybe in a
full of faith; minds sprinkled and free from any trace of bad          Church, opening our hearts to the Spirit who empowers us
conscience; and bodies washed with pure water. Let us keep             also, but I quote G.K. Chesterton: “Visiting a Church does
firm in the hope we profess, because the one who made the              not make you a Christian, any more than standing in a garage
promise is faithful”.                                                  makes you a car!” It is always the sincerity of a faithful heart
                                                                       that counts.

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FROM THE PARENTS AND FRIENDS ASSOCIATION

                                             TERM 2 UPCOMING EVENTS
 Date                                          Event                                                       Host

                                               Year 12 Mothers & Carers Weekend in the Southern
 Saturday 1 June - Sunday 2 June                                                                           P&F
                                               Highlands

 Monday 3 June                                 Year 12 Drama Night                                         College

 Wednesday 5 June                              Monte Celebrates Music Awards Night and Concert             College

 Tuesday 11 June                               Year 11 2020 Parent Subject Selection Information Evening   College

 Wednesday 12 June                             Year 11 Academic Conference                                 College

 Thursday 13 June                              Year 10 Play Night                                          College

 Friday 14 June                                Year 7 Grandparents Day                                     College

 Friday 14 June - Sunday 16 June               Year 11 Mums & Carers Escape to Bowral                      P&F

 Tuesday 18 June                               Year 7 Reporting Information Evening                        College

 Wednesday 19 June                             Career Insights Evening                                     College

 Friday 21 June                                Year 7 Father Daughter Pizza Night                          P&F

 Tuesday 25 June                               Maruku Marketplace and Biamunga Yarn-Up                     College

 Wednesday 26 June                             Year 10 Academic Conference                                 College

 Friday 28 June                                Last Day of Term 2                                          College

 Monday 22 July                                First Day of Term 3                                         College

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CAREER INSIGHTS EVENING

                     Mrs Naomi Welsh
                     Executive Officer, Monte Alumni

DON’T MISS OUR FLAGSHIP CAREER INSIGHTS EVENING
REGISTER NOW!
On behalf of the Alumni Committee, I am delighted to welcome     Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to network with
all students from Years 7-12, together with their parents and    leading female role models in their particular field.
carers, to our 2019 Career Insights Evening to be held at the
College on Wednesday, 19 June from 5pm- 8pm.                     Monte Alumni are proud to support the next generation of
                                                                 Monte leaders.
The evening showcases 38 inspirational Monte Alumni from a
broad range of industry sectors.                                 Register for this FREE event today, we look forward to seeing
                                                                 you there!
This year we are delighted to hear Alumni insights from
diverse careers such as Human Rights, Forensic Psychology,
Viticulture (wine maker), Paediatrics, Environmental Activism,
                                                                                        REGISTER HERE
Archaeology, Spatial Science and Policing, just to name a few.

                      TOGETHER WITH

                      MONTE’S HIGHER EDUCATION                                 CHOOSE FROM A DIVERSE
                      AND CAREERS OFFICE                                       RANGE OF SPEAKERS
                                                                               This is your opportunity to hear from inspirational

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                      Invite Years 7-12 Students and Parents to our            Monte Alumni representing a wide variety of

                                              CAREER
                                                                               industries. During each 25 minute session,
                                                                               speakers will share their professional and personal
                                                                               insights about their career and answer questions
                                                                               from the audience.

                                              INSIGHTS
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                                                                               VENUE
                                                                               Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College
                                                                               SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

                                              EVENING
                                                                               5.00pm - 7.00pm Speaker presentations
                                                                               7.00pm - 8.00pm Stand-up networking supper
                                                                               RSVP
                                                                               www.trybooking.com/BCDMH By Monday 17 June 2019

                      WEDNESDAY 19 JUNE
                                                                               ENQUIRIES
                                                                               alumni@monte.nsw.edu.au

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2019 COLLEGE ATHLETICS CARNIVAL

                                                                   Good Luck
SPORTS REPORT                                                      •	To the Monte Cross Country Team competing at the CGSSSA
                                                                      Cross Country at Bicentennial Park, Homebush on Friday
                                                                      31 May. Girls who place in the top 6 in each age group will
                                                                      progress to the CCC Championship in June.

                                                                   •	To Monte Rep Tennis Team who will compete in Bathurst
                                                                      on Monday for bragging rights as the best Catholic
                     Mr Michael Vandervelde                           Schools Tennis Team at the NSWCCC Schools Team Tennis
                     Sport Program Manager                            Championships.

                                                                   •	
                                                                     To the girls competing in the CGSSSA Gymnastics
                                                                     Championship at Rooty Hill on Wednesday 5 June.

                                                                   •	To Ashley Hughes (Year 12) and Lara Halmarick (Year 11)
Congratulations                                                       who are representing CGSSSA at the NSWCCC Football
                                                                      Championships next week.
•	To all the competitors in the Monte Athletics
   Carnival. Results will be published next week and               •	To Isabella Morgan (Year 11) who will be competing at the
                                                                      NSW All Schools Selections for Basketball.
   acknowledgments will be made at the College
   Assembly next Thursday. A massive thank you to                  •	
                                                                     To Monte Dancers competing at the Extreme Dance
   staff for running the day and to students for your                Eisteddfod at Abbotsleigh this weekend.
   participation, great attitude and competitive spirit.
                                                                   •	Kate Barry (Year 12) who is competing at Nationals in
                                                                      Acrobatics next week.

                                                                   •	To the girls going on the Duke of Ed Practice Journey next
                                                                      weekend. Nominations and the permission note are on
                                                                      MonteConnect and all students have been notified of the
                                                                      closing dates.

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SPORTS REPORT

  Monte Active                                                                WINTER SPORT: TERMS 2 AND 3
  Monte Active classes continue. Students can join at                         IGSSA and Invitational Basketball: Terms 2 and 3
  any time. Students can try their first session for FREE.                    Mr Matthew Rowan mrowan@monte.nsw.edu.au
  All the details are on MonteConnect/Monte Active.
                                                                              Rugby 7s Training: Term 2
  Yoga – Tuesday pm & Friday am (OR401)
                                                                              Mr Matthew Rowan mrowan@monte.nsw.edu.au
  Zumba – Wednesday pm (CMP)
                                                                              NSFA Football: Terms 2 and 3
  Fitness – every Morning (Monte Gym)
                                                                              Mr Michael Vandervelde
                                                                              mvandervelde@monte.nsw.edu.au
  Gymnastics
  Students interested in representing Monte at the CGSSSA                     SEHA and IGSSA Hockey: Terms 2 and 3
  Gymnastics Carnival are to contact                                          Mrs Liz Morgan lmorgan@monte.nsw.edu.au
  Mr Michael Vandervelde in the Sports Office.
                                                                              Norths Netball: Terms 2 and 3
  Students must be currently participating in Gymnastics L3                   Ms Katie Barton kbarton@monte.nsw.edu.au
  WAG or above and be ready to compete at a representative
  level (must be training in an outside club L3-10 WAG program).              Mrs Tania Dorahy tdorahy@monte.nsw.edu.au

  The Championships are on Wednesday 5 June.                                  Cross Country:
                                                                              Mrs Tania Dorahy tdorahy@monte.nsw.edu.au
  Netball Umpiring                                                            Monte Active:
  Congratulations for gaining umpire qualifications in Round 6:               Ms Katie Barton kbarton@monte.nsw.edu.au.
  Alannah Jolic - Junior Level 1.
                                                                              Snow Sports
  Swimming at Monte                                                           Monte enters skiers and snowboarders into the
  Monte offers Swimming Squads for fitness and/or for                         Sydney Interschools Snowsports Championships
  competition throughout the whole year. The Swim page                        held at Thredbo 16-20 July. Entries close this week.
  on MonteConnect contains all the information.
                                                                              Any students wishing to enter need to contact Ms
  Contact Mr Jon Bell jbell@monte.nsw.edu.au
                                                                              Katie Barton urgently kbarton@monte.nsw.edu.au.
  Sporting Acknowledgements
  If your daughter is involved in any significant sporting events or
                                                                              Tennis - Winter Training
  achievements please let us know so she can be acknowledged.                 Spaces still available for winter training in Term 2 on
                                                                              Wednesdays at the Ridge Street courts. Details are
  Sports Department Staff                                                     posted on MonteConnect. The cost is $100 per term.
  Please contact the Sports Department on 9409 6420
  or email mvandervelde@monte.nsw.edu.au                                      Water Polo - Winter Training
                                                                              Spaces available for winter training in Term 2 on Thursday
                                                                              Mornings 6:45am – 8:00am in the College Pool. Details are
                                                                              posted on MonteConnect. The cost is $100 per term.
Representative Events
 Event                                                         Date                Time                    Venue
  CGSSSA Cross Country                                         31 May              8:00am-3:30pm           Bicentennial Park, Homebush
  Extreme Dance Competition                                    2 June                                      Abbotsleigh
  NSW All Schools Basketball Selections                        3 June                                      Terrigal
  CCC Tennis Teams Championships                               3 June              8:00am-4:00pm           Bathurst
  CCC Football Championships                                   4 - 5 June          8:00am-6:00pm           Valentine Park
  CGSSSA Gymnastics                                            5 June              7:00am- 2:00pm          SAGC
  Duke of Ed Practice Journey                                  8 - 9 June          10:30am- 2:00pm         Berowra
  CCC Cross Country                                            14 June             8:00am-3:00pm           Eastern Creek
  CCC Open School Teams Basketball Championships               24 - 25 June        8:00am-4:00pm           South Windsor
  Snow Sports Sydney Regional Championships                    16 - 20 July                                Thredbo

The Sport Department conducts and publicises trials for these Monte Representative Teams. Check with Sport staff if you are unsure.

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NOTICES

   LIBRARY EVENT

   IN CONVERSATION
   WITH LEIGH SALES
   Date:             May 31st                                     Venue:       ACC

   Time: 	12:45pm - 1:30pm                                       Bookings: www.trybooking.com/502625
           (Please be seated by 12:40pm)

                                                                                     THE CONCERT WILL FEATURE ALL
     MONTE CELEBRATES MUSIC                                                          MONTE ENSEMBLES AND THE
                                                                                     ANNUAL MUSIC AWARDS

   DATE:		               Wednesday 5 June 2019                    GUEST SPEAKER: Dr Anna Reid,
                                                                  		             Head of School and Dean of the
   TIME:		               5:00pm Welcome drinks and canapes        		             Conservatorium of Music
   		                    5:45pm Concert and awards
                                                                  TICKETS:        $10 per guest
   VENUE:		              O'Regan Arts and Cultural Common (ACC)
   		                    128 Miller Street, North Sydney
                                                                                  BOOK NOW

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TOGETHER WITH

MONTE’S HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAREERS OFFICE

Invite Years 7-12 Students and Parents to our

20                  CAREER
                    INSIGHTS
19
WEDNESDAY 19 JUNE
                    EVENING
CHOOSE FROM A DIVERSE                  VENUE
RANGE OF SPEAKERS                      Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College
This is your opportunity to hear
                                       SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
from inspirational Monte Alumni        5.00pm - 7.00pm
representing a wide variety of         Speaker presentations
industries. During each 25 minute      7.00pm - 8.00pm
session, speakers will share their     Stand-up networking supper
professional and personal insights
                                       RSVP
about their career and answer          www.trybooking.com/BCDMH
questions from the audience.           By Monday 17 June 2019

                                       ENQUIRIES
                                       alumni@monte.nsw.edu.au
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2019
              B I A M U N G A YA R N - U P A N D
              MARUKU MARKETPLACE

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2019 Monte Rugby Lunch
           FRIDAY 9 AUGUST

           SUPPORT MONTE’S
           Bursary Blue Ribbon Appeal
           Join us for the most anticipated fundraising
           event in the College calendar!
           Proceeds raised will go to the Bursary Blue Ribbon Appeal, providing
           a Mercy education for young Monte women in financial need.

           DATE                              VENUE
           Friday 9 August 2019              Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College
           12:00pm for a 12:15pm start       McQuoin Centre / 128 Miller Street, North Sydney

                                             CORPORATE TABLE PACKAGES
                                             To book a corporate table please email

              SAVE THE DATE                  – development@monte.nsw.edu.au

                                             CALLING FOR DONATIONS
               Tickets will be               If you have a product, service or experience you can donate

             released for sale               please email – development@monte.nsw.edu.au

                                             VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
            on Thursday 20 June              If you can volunteer to assist on the day please email
                                             – development@monte.nsw.edu.au

           ENQUIRIES: CONTACT THE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE ON 9409 6200

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Monte Sant'
                                              Angelo College
                                             128 Miller St, North Sydney

                                                 16 Jul to 18 Jul
                                                      2019

                                             The camp
                                             facilitator is:
                                             Serena Geddes
                                             Serena is an International
                                             book illustrator with over fifty
                                             titles published in Australia
                                             and overseas.

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Monte Sant'
                                              Angelo College
                                             128 Miller St, North Sydney

                                                 16 Jul to 18 Jul
                                                      2019

                                             The camp
                                             facilitator is:
                                             Brian Falkner
                                             award winning author of 18
                                             books including Northwood,
                                             Brainjack and Shooting
                                             Stars.

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