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SUMMER 2020 Trusting God "With unwavering faith, we will continue to teach our students to trust in God and His goodness in the midst of the trials we face." Dear Shiloh Family and Friends, The 2019 - 2020 school year was full of many blessings and many unexpected challenges. We didn’t know how blessed we were to have a full and “normal" fall semester, filled with countless Shiloh family events. Our students planned service projects, participated in programs and clubs, and competed on Shiloh's athletic teams. We also celebrated 30 years of Shiloh Football with a State Championship appearance. We sent our senior class on four amazing Global Mission Experiences across America and the world. We praise God for all He did during the fall semester. When the novel coronavirus interrupted our academic year in March, our teachers, staff, parents, students, and leadership team met the unprecedented shift to an alternative method of instruction with excellence, perseverance, and adaptability. Our Class of 2020 was given the opportunity to shine even though they experienced an abrupt ending to their time at Shiloh. We were happy to honor them in creative ways, and we were thankful to send them out into the next chapter of their lives as prepared, godly leaders. I’m honored to be a part of a school that took the overwhelming changes to everyday life and learning that a pandemic can bring -- and thrived, despite them. What an incredible place Shiloh Christian School truly is! We are pressing on toward another great year at Shiloh. As we trust God and His complete sovereignty, we will continue to seek Him for wisdom concerning how we will “develop Godly leaders who engage their culture and change it” in the unique situation we are facing. At Shiloh, we believe that a strong biblical worldview and a high regard for God’s truth is critical for the world today. So even during a global pandemic, with a world full of disunity and disruption we will continue to diligently learn, apply, and trust in God’s truths in every area of our school. With unwavering faith, we will continue to teach our students to trust in God and his goodness in the midst of the trials we face. It's a great day to be a Shiloh Saint! Ben Mayes President, Shiloh Christian School PRESIDENT'S LETTER 1

SHILOH TODAY Cover Feature: 2020 VISION 24 08 Shiloh – Past, Present & Future Since 1976, God’s faithfulness has been evident at Shiloh Christian School. He has allowed us to be a light in Northwest Arkansas for over 40 years. We have been blessed with continued growth in our student body, academic curriculum, and opportunities in the arts and athletics. He has brought us new families, teachers, and administration over the years to grow this special community we call the Shiloh Family. If we take an honest look at 2020, we see fear, worry, and chaos in the world around us. We are walking through a time in history, unlike anything we have ever experienced. We are left to wonder what the future will hold for our lives and for our school. I can’t help but go back to Proverbs 3:5-6 which says “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight.” Although we don't know what the future holds for our school or our nation, we can place our trust in the One who holds the future. He is able to accomplish His purposes in spite of unsettling events, wide-spread unrest, and countless unknowns. He will continue to be faithful in the future, and make our paths straight. He will continue to provide talented staff members to train and educate our students. He will continue to meet the needs of our school, and He will continue to give us wisdom as we seek to develop the next generation of Godly leaders. Sincerely, Alicia Brown Director of Admissions Class of 2000 2 CONTENTS Contents 04 Campus News 06 Elementary Student Council 08 Faculty Spotlight: Katerina Foley 10 Programs & Activities 12 Shiloh Christian Football: Decade 1 14 Shiloh Christian Football: Decade 2 ONLINE EDITION shilohsaints.org/shilohtoday FACEBOOK @ShilohChristianSchool 18 06 12

SUMMER 2020 32 28 Shiloh Today PRESIDENT Ben Mayes SECONDARY DEAN Keith McDaniel 30 ELEMENTARY DEAN Katerina Foley ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Jeff Conaway ADMISSIONS & PUBLIC RELATIONS Alicia Brown 04 MANAGING EDITOR Jenny Schisler COPY EDITORS Debbie Diehm, Mary Michels COVER & LAYOUT DESIGN Millie Cooper CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Anna Heil, Tom Kim, Andrew Albright, Bud Sullins, Bailey Moore, Greg Brown Craig Harper, Shiloh Christian Football Photostream 15 Shiloh Christian Football: Decade 3 18 GME Trips 20 20/20 Vision 24 Sports Summaries 28 Shiloh Security 30 Class of 2020 32 Anniversaries & Alumni Updates Springdale Campus 1707 Johnson Rd. Springdale, AR 72762 Pinnacle Hills Campus 5413 W. Pinnacle Point Dr. Rogers, AR 72758 © 2020 SHILOH CHRISTIAN SCHOOL INSTAGRAM @ShilohSaints TWITTER @ShilohChristian CONTENTS 3

SHILOH TODAY campus news 01 National Merit Finalist Congratulations Breanna Mapes - Finalist for the National Merit Scholarship Program! Over 1.5 million juniors in about 21,000 high schools entered the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the 2018 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®), which served as an initial screen of program entrants. The nationwide pool of Semifinalists, representing less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors, includes the highest-scoring entrants in each state. 02 Signing Days In the fall of 2019, four Shiloh Christian School seniors signed letters of intent to play baseball for institutions across the nation for the 2020 - 2021 academic year on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 including: Sawyer Duddleston (Arkansas Tech University), Marcus Brown (Oklahoma State Univer01 sity), Walker Williams (Arkansas State University), and Kellen Pate (Northwestern University). In the spring, five more seniors signed letters of intent to play sports at institutions across the nation on Tuesday, April 21 at a "drive-in" event due to COVID-19 including Keaton Carter (Samford University - Football), Dylan Gregory (Northeastern State University - Football), Cole Oswald (Henderson State University - Baseball), Grace Sluyter (John Brown University - Track & Field and Cross Country), and Truitt Tollett (University of Arkansas - Football). 03 Best of the Best Shiloh was voted 2019 Best of NWA Gold Medal Winner in Private School, Preschool, Elementary, Middle School and High School. The Private School division was added six years ago, and Shiloh has been blessed to win this honor six years in a row. 02 Thank you for helping us achieve this accomplishment! 04 Activity Bus In March of 2020, Shiloh purchased a 2016 Thomas Activity Bus, and in April the armored saint and SC logo were added to it. This bus seats 44 passengers and has heat and air conditioning. It will primarily be used to transport students to activities and field trips that require more passengers than a shuttle. It will also be used to take students to athletic events, and it will showcase the pride Shiloh has in its students and teams. 05 New Baseball Facility This year, after a fundraising campaign, the baseball team opened a new indoor hitting facility adjacent to the baseball field, and named it “Servant Indoor.” This 4,000 square foot facility includes central heat and air, a versatile cage system, and many other top-ofthe-line features and equipment. 05 04 03 4 CAMPUS NEWS

COMMUNITY OUTREACH Do Good December In December, all of Shiloh's leadership groups (SALT, Chick-Fil-a Leader Academy, Student Council, National Honor Society, and National Junior Honor Society) teamed up for a project called, "Do Good December" to provide 600+ playground balls for students at Tyson Elementary School. Shiloh students, families, and staff donated playground balls or monetary gifts that leaders used to purchase balls. The administration at Tyson Elementary also provided meals, candy, socks, gloves, and other necessities for the winter break as part of the outreach. This year, Shiloh's teams decorated and wrapped 600 hand-made ornaments for the bags, and the partnered with Tyson teachers to pack the bags. Our students shared God's love as they helped give the winter gifts to the children on the day they dismissed for Christmas break. Do Good December has become a tradition Shiloh's high school leadership groups have grown to love and look forward to each year. COMMUNITY OUTREACH 5

SHILOH TODAY Elementary Student Council By Katerina Foley Student council in elementary school gives students the opportunity to learn about community service, along with civics and government, in a student-friendly environment outside of normal classroom work. At Shiloh, fourth and fifth-grade students elect a student council at the beginning of each school year. Currently, the program is under the direction of Mrs. Rebecca Blount. In order to give more opportunities for leadership, the council is divided between the fall and spring. Each student who desires an office position gives a speech before the elections. During the speeches, projects are presented that students feel would be important and impactful. The projects that are chosen each year reflect the mission statement of the church, which is “to reach Northwest Arkansas, America and the world for Jesus Christ.” The fall student council chose to take on three major projects. In October, they hosted a coat drive for the children at a local public school, and they collected a total of 188 coats. The students were excited to deliver the coats to the school’s “Care Closet” that immediately began calling students in to fit them with a new or gently-used coat. In November, they collected lip balm and foot powder to support project R.E.D. Friday, an organization that honors servicemen and women by meeting their physical needs before deployment. For the final fall project, the council hosted a week of dress-up days to raise money to buy farm animals through Baptist Response. The generous gifts given this week allowed the council to purchase 3 cows, 3 sheep, 3 goats, 20 6 ELEMENTARY STUDENT COUNCIL chickens, and 2 water filters for this ministry. These gifts allow missionaries to share the gospel and provide training in life skills and nutrition. They also provide additional income to families who are struggling. After the spring officers were inducted, plans were made for three more ministry projects. In February, they chose to support Allison Harris, a third-grader at Shiloh. Allison designed a t-shirt for Kendrick Fincher Hydration for Life Foundation. Our students wore their favorite T-shirt and donated $1 that counted as a vote for Allison’s design. Shiloh donated a total of $315.00 to promote hydration and prevent heat-related illnesses. Miss Harris won the contest, and her shirt design was used at the organization’s annual fundraiser. Later in the month, the student council teamed up with Book Buddies, which provides fifth-grade reading buddies for our first-grade students, to provide new or gently used picture books for the kindergarten students at Knapp Elementary School. Students also enjoyed Book Character Day with an assembly hosted by a special guest book reader, Captain Hook, on donation day. 01

SUMMER 2020 02 01. Allison Harris with her t-shirt design for the Kendrick Fincher Hydration for Life Foundation. 02. Fall Student Council officers with the 188 coats collected for the coat drive. 03. Student Council officers planning a project during lunch. 03 The council’s on-campus projects were short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and transition to AMI learning in the state of sas. However, thanks to the use of technolstudents were still able to implement a up day to highlight foster care in Arkansas result of Skye Bowman’s “I Have a Dream” during the virtual Martin Luther King held on May 12. Students also participatnote-writing campaign to encourage the at the Washington County Correctional in April. The student council program at Shiloh students the opportunity to develop leadership skills and become more compassionate and confident adults. Members have real and timely opportunities to plan and execute projects. These opportunities prepare students for secondary school and their futures. As they leave elementary school, they are equipped to lead in what God has planned for them. For more information about the elementary student council program, contact Katerina Foley at katerinaf@shilohsaints.org. ELEMENTARY STUDENT COUNCIL 7

For the past 35 years, Mrs. Foley has impacted the education and spiritual lives of elementary students at Shiloh Christian School. She spent 15 years in the classroom as a kindergarten and first-grade teacher, before she became the Elementary Principal in 2000. For over 20 years she has taught creative and challenging weekly chapel lessons. She currently serves on Shiloh’s leadership team, and she is also a Regional Accreditation Council Commissioner for the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). KATERINA FOLEY 8 FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

What are three things you’ve learned in your career? 1. God is able. 2. God doesn’t need me to do His work. 3. Every person whom I meet (including children) has something to teach me. Who has impacted your life the most? A paragraph couldn’t hold the people who have impacted my life. My family has taught me how my Heavenly Father loves me and how to care for others. My friends have helped me laugh and enjoy life. My Shiloh family has become the iron that sharpens me; they encourage me to continue to grow. My students, both present, past, and future, have been my inspiration. I truly believe they will become Godly leaders who engage their culture and change it. I wake up every morning at 4:15 am ready to see them, to give them a hug or an encouraging word, to correct them at times, and to let them know they can do more than they think they can. Along the way, my parents have believed in me. My sister and my husband always believe in me. Miss Carol McCormick first told me the gospel, and I understood its meaning personally. Cliff Palmer interviewed and hired me as a kindergarten teacher. JoAnna Miller taught me the ins and outs of teaching reading. Donnie Smith taught my young married small group. Dr. Stacey Williams believed I could be an administrator. Our Shiloh Leadership Team (both past and present) have supported me. What are the three most recent books you’ve read? 1. How to Teach Spelling by Laura Rudginsky and Elizabeth Haskell 2. Unlocking Literacy by Marcia Henry 3. Truth Weaving by D.P. Johnson What are your favorite books to read to children? 1. The Story About Ping by Marjorie Flack. This book is about a young duck who doesn’t board the boat on the Yangtze River when his master calls at sunset. 2. The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams. This book brings me to tears every time the boy makes the rabbit real! 3. The Empty Pot by Demi. This book is about living a life of integrity, even if it is hard. 4. The Miracle of Jonathan Toomey by Wojciechowski. This is simply the best illustrated Christmas story aside from the biblical account of Jesus’ birth. What are the top two things you what your students to KNOW when they leave elementary school, after knowing Jesus personally? 1. Do something hard. We live in a world that is easy. As children, they may have chores; but for the most part, they are things they can complete in five minutes or less. Some never have homework. Even if they could do extra, they would rather use their time leisurely. It’s difficult to learn to work hard as a kid. As adults, the expectations change quickly, and our children aren’t ready for it. They are capable of much more than they think. Therefore, I ask them to do something hard—every day. Push. Look at failure as an opportunity to learn. Work with the end in mind. Set goals. 2. They are cream. As a little girl, I loved to go to the barn and watch Grandma milk cows. When she carried the milk to the house, I would begin to see the cream rising to the top of the bucket. I want my kids to know they are cream. They may not realize they are cream today because each of them is working so closely together with each other developing leadership skills. When they leave Shiloh and begin to attend different universities, serve in churches, take positions of employment, and have opportunities to share their beliefs, they are leaders. They have been prepared, primed and prayed over to be Godly leaders for tomorrow. FACULTY SPOTLIGHT 9

SHILOH TODAY PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES Quiz Bowl At the high school level, Quiz Bowl is a competitive, academic, interscholastic activity for which players attend weekly practices and then represent their school at varsity tournaments. The Arkansas Governor's Quiz Bowl Association is an organization working for a competition that operates under the umbrella of the Arkansas Activity Association (AAA). This means that academic competitions are regulated in much the same way as athletic events. This includes school classification, eligibility, sanctioning of events, and certification. Shiloh’s quiz bowl team is coached by Mark Tyler, who has trained teams for over a decade. Both of his children were captains of their school teams, and his love Youth and Government Youth and Government™ is a national program of the YMCA that involves thousands of teens nationwide in state-organized, model-government programs. Students from every corner of the U.S. have the opportunity to immerse themselves in experiential civic engagement and to, quite literally, practice democracy. Teens from across every state meet in their local Youth and Government groups throughout the year to discuss and debate issues that affect citizens of their state and to propose legislation. The program culminates with teens serving as delegates at their state conference, debating bills on the floor of the legislature. The 2018–2019 school year was the first year that the state of Arkansas was involved with this program. A student at the University of Arkansas who is a part of the Campus YMCA Congress (which is a student-run national model government program that engages college students by developing their public service skills) reached out to several schools in Northwest Arkansas about starting the program. 10 PROGRAMS Shiloh responded and a small group started meeting on campus at Shiloh once a week from January until May. In April of 2018, seven students attended the first State Conference at the U of A, and six of the students who participated were from Shiloh. Four who ran for and won elected positions that allowed them to attend the YMCA Youth Conference of National Affairs (CONA) in North Carolina, including the following: Cooper Young (Pro Tempore), Jack Hertzberg (Youth Governor), Eli Schulz (Secretary of State), and Breanna Mapes (Speaker of the House). Six hundred students from 35 states were in attendance. This senior-led group has meets once a month to write bills and debate about them in mock parliamentary procedure. They have also brainstormed about solutions for problems in AR and what they would like to see changed. In the spring semester they typically start meeting weekly to prepare the bill they will present at the State Conference. for quiz bowl came from his involvement first as a parent. Debra Houser serves as co-coach for both teams. Shiloh’s inaugural junior high team competed last year; this year was the first competitive season for the senior high team. Quiz bowl questions range over the entire spectrum of high school curriculum and also includes current events, sports, and popular culture. The matches feature a blend of individual competition and team collaboration since no individual player is likely to be an expert in all subject areas. Quiz bowl can reinforce classroom lessons and also encourage players to go beyond their assignments to master other areas as well. Competitors are challenged with 50+ questions per match. According to Mr. Tyler, one of the primary benefits of quiz bowl at Shiloh is that it “gives students who may not be athletically gifted a chance to compete at a high level." To find out more about quiz bowl or to get involved email markt@ shilohsaints.org.

Med Club: Stop the Bleed Training More than 1 million people have now been trained in a course created by the American College of Surgeons in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting called “STOP THE BLEED®.” This year, Shiloh’s MED Club students were fully trained in this 90-minute course led by Mandy Jones, Shiloh’s school nurse. The purpose of the STOP THE BLEED® campaign is to make our nation more resilient by better preparing the public to save lives if people nearby are severely bleeding. This preparation is being done by raising awareness and teaching people three quick actions to control serious bleeding. The formal presentation by Nurse Jones’ was followed by hands-on practice in how to apply direct pressure, how to pack a wound, and how to use a tourniquet to stop bleeding. Shiloh’s MED club students have been empowered to make a life or death difference when a bleeding emergency occurs and save a life. For more information about Shiloh’s MED Club, contact Debbie Diehm debbied@shilohsaints.org. welcome New band director! Shiloh recently announced Stephen Hunt as the new Secondary Band Director. Mr. Hunt attended the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville where he studied music. During his time there, he was a section leader in the Razorback Marching Band, and a member of the South Wind Euphonium Quartet which competed at national conferences. He also completed a tour of the state of Arkansas and held the office of Secretary of the UARK chapter of the National Association for Music Education for three years. He completed his Bachelor of Music degree with Highest Distinction, with a dual concentration in Music Education and Music Theory. In the Spring of 2020, he completed his student teaching in the Springdale School District. He and his wife Emilee are thrilled to join the Shiloh Family, and he looks forward to pursuing a State Championship with the Saints Marching Band this year! PROGRAMS 11

30 years of Shiloh Christian Football – Decade 1 1989-1998 The maiden football season for the 1-A West 1989 Saints football team set the standard by which all future teams would follow. The team set the state record for most victories in a season by a first-year program by winning 4 games and began a long tradition of setting state records. These young men exhibited great character and established Shiloh as an up and coming football program. With humble beginnings, the team wore borrowed jerseys and pads and practiced at Tyson Complex on a baseball field. They played in the outfield, and after the team scored a touchdown, the parents would run out and hold up a portable PVC pipe goal post for the field goal. In their third season, they earned their first conference championship. In 1991, the Saints went 10-2 capturing the first playoff tory ever. Shiloh built their own stadium in 1994, naming it “The Field of Champions.” They won their first game there (18-6) versus long-time rival, Greenland. For the next 10 years, the Saints had an 83% winning record at home. They won their next conference championship in 1995, going undefeated in the regular season and ending the season with a 12-1 record. This was the farthest any team had advanced in Shiloh’s history. Tori Bradley set a record with 1,875 rushing yards and Shane Williams was the state’s all-time leader in touchdown catches during this monumental season. In 1996, a young Gus Malzahn was named the new head coach and the team transitioned from a 14 5TH GRADE MUSICAL 12 SHILOH FOOTBALL

HEAD COACHES For the next 10 years the Saints had an 83% winning record at home. running game to a passing game. He introduced a new spread offense that would go on to set many state and even national records. Shiloh became the birthplace of “hurry up no-huddle.” The 1997 team made it to the state championship and ended the season 14-1. This was the first of five straight years Shiloh would end the year at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock in the state championship game. The Saints earned their first state championship in 1998 by defeating Hector 49-14. Matt Russell won MVP honors after scoring 5 touchdowns in the game. The Saints went on to break many state offensive records that year. DENNIS DEBUSK 1989-1995 Currently: Retired Athletic Administrator at Springdale High School YEAR 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 RECORD 12-1 *0-10 3-6 4-5 10-2 5-5 4-6 GUS MALZAHN 1996-2000 Currently: Head Coach at Auburn University YEAR 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 RECORD 13-1-1 15-0 15-0 14-1 6-6 SHILOH FOOTBALL 13

30 years of Shiloh Christian Football – Decade 2 1999-2008 d decade of Shiloh Christian football an with another state championship season in 1999. During the playoffs, the Saints were in a game referred to as, “The Night the Lights Went out in Junction City.” That night, the team pulled off the reatest comeback in playoff history s Junction City led 24-0 before the s came back to win 70-64. They ted Carlisle 74-35 in the 99’ championship game, led by wide receiver Cole McNair, who earned MVP honors, and quarterback Rhett Lashlee, who later set a national record by throwing 171 touchdown passes in his career. The next year, on December 9, 2000, Coach Malzahn and the Saints were playing for a third straight Class 2A State Championship at War Memorial Stadium. The 2001 season produced another state championship for the Saints and Coach Chris Wood, The Saints were on a 44-game unbeaten streak taking advantage of their high-octane no-huddle spread offense. For the first time, Shiloh Christian faced a 2A defense that was actually able to match the speed of the game, as well as defend against their passing attack versus the Rison Wildcats. The Saints lost in overtime completing a 13-1-1 season. A tradition was established that year, and the fathers of the Saints began to form a tunnel for the team to run through before each game. The fathers encouraging their sons as they took the field became a powerful display that strengthened the team. 14 SHILOH FOOTBALL

HEAD COACHES They made history as the first-ever SC team to finish with a #1 overall ranking who defeated In January of 2008, through Augusta 34-20. The 2001 senior class had earned 3 state championship rings, which is an incredible accomplishment. The 2003 team advanced to the state semi-finals, and the 2004 and 2005 teams made back-toback quarterfinal appearances. The 2006 team earned another state championship under Coach Josh Floyd, beating Prescott 48-6. They made history as the first-ever SC team to finish with a #1 overall ranking in Arkansas. the “Undeniable Elite Team Sponsorship Program,” Under Armour became the official outfitter of the Saints providing gear and unique uniforms to the team. By the end of 2008, the team had earned another state championship beating Dollarway 42-18, and became the first Saints football team to be ranked overall nationally. Closing this decade, the Saints had earned a total of 14 state records, multiple national records, had the 2nd highest playoff winning percentage in state history, and an overall record of 178-57-2. CHRIS WOOD 2001-2003 Currently: Head Coach at Har-Ber High School YEAR 2003 2002 2001 RECORD 11-3 3-7 12-2-1 JOSH FLOYD 2004-2013 Currently: Head Coach at HewittTrussville High School (AL) YEAR 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 REC YEAR REC 6-4-1 4-6 5-6 14-1 13-1 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 13-1 12-2 14-0 9-4 9-4 SHILOH MUSICAL THEATER 5TH GRADE MUSICAL 13 SHILOH FOOTBALL 15 15

30 years of Shiloh Christian Football – Decade 3 2009-2019 By the beginning of the third decade of Saints football, the team had become the winningest program in Arkansas. They produced 37 collegiate athletes, earned 12 conference titles, won 5 state championships, and played in the state championship game 9 years (out of the previous 13 years.) The team in 2009 was ranked #24 in the nation by USA Today. In 2010, the Saints had 6 state titles, earning 4A state championship number 6 by defeating Pulaski Academy 40-6. The 2010 Saints were the #1 ranked team in AR with two Division I linemen including Travis Bodenstein and Sam Harvill, who was the strongest player in the country. Anchoring the offense was All-American quarterback and National Player of the Year Kiehl Frazier, who passed for more than 3,800 yards and had 48 touchdowns in 2009. In 2012, the Saints were re-classified to Division 5A, and they powered through the first season and produced a 4-6 overall record. In 2013, the team went 6-4-1 and made it to the first round of the Class 5A playoffs. All-State quarterback, Daniel Shimmer suffered a season-ending knee injury in Week 8. The Saints still went on to play for the 5A West conference title in the second season in Class 5A. The 2014 season heralded new head coach, Jeff Conaway. This year the Saints moved back to division 4A and made it to back-toback quarterfinal state playoff games. By the end of the 2016 season, behind senior Connor Reece's arm, Shiloh Christian had scored forty plus points in the first three playoff games. In Reece’s three-year starting career, he completed 60% of his passes and accounted for over 7,700 yards passing with 80 touchdowns, while adding 1,250 yards rushing and 15 more scores. The Saints made it to the semi-finals to end this season. 16 18 SHILOH FOOTBALL

HEAD COACHES The 2009 team was ranked #24 in the nation. In 2017, the state record was tied when Landon Brown (QB), completed a 99yard touchdown pass to Jake Nelson (WR). This team made it to round 1 of the playoffs, followed by a semi-final appearance in 2018. The 2019 team had an extremely close and talented team, which consisted of 24 seniors. As a senior, Truitt Tollett caught 134 passes for 2,046 yards and 30 touchdowns, and rushed six times for 11 yards for two more touchdowns, breaking a state record. He helped lead the Saints to a 14-1 record and state runner-up finish. In 2019, seven former Saints were named to Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's Greatest of All-Time Arkansas High School Football Team. The team, which is comprised of 212 members including over 100+ years of high school football in the Natural State. The Saints started and finished the decade in the state championship game and they now have 11 title game appearances. They finished the decade as back-to-back conference champions, and over the past four seasons (2016-2019) Shiloh's 44 wins rank 3rd in Class 4A, with 2 state semifinal appearances and one state runner-up appearance. Shiloh’s long tradition of building champions on and off the field will continue as the journey continues in the fourth decade of Shiloh Christian Football. JEFF CONAWAY 2014-PRESENT YEAR 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 RECORD 14-1 12-2 7-4 11-3 7-4 9-4 Program Accomplishments 15 conference titles in 30 years 7 State Championships 20 Division I Saints since 1998 54 College Saints in 30 years 1 in every 7 Saints has gone on to play college football SHILOH FOOTBALL 17

Dominican Republic GME Trips Shiloh Global Mission Experience Peru Iquitos, Peru December 15-21, 2019 • 20 Students • Trip Leader: Scott Carter The Peru GME team hosted Christmas programs in Belen, Punchana, and Huashilado where they shared the Christmas story from the book of Luke, played VBS games with the children, and gave food baskets to families in need. They spent a full day with “Youth in the City” hosting a transcultural and English skills learning day. The team learned about the lives of non-Christian Peruvians, practiced English with them, shared the gospel, and hosted fun activities and a movie. 18 GME TRIPS

Dominican Republic SUMMER 2020 Los Patos, Dominican Republic July 20-26, 2019 • 11 students • Trip Leader: Heath Petten The Dominican Republic GME team hosted four days of Vacation Bible School in local villages, and in the afternoon, they hosted a sports ministry where they played baseball and soccer with children. During the games, they would take time to share personal testimonies of how Jesus changed their lives. One day was dedicated to a major food ministry, prayer walking in the village, and leading a Bible class for kids. Nicaragua Managua, Nicaragua December 15-20, 2019 • 20 Students • Trip Leader: Ben Mayes The Nicaragua GME team hosted four days of Vacation Bible School for children in Managua. After the VBS program each day, the students traveled to two nearby villages for door-to-door evangelism. While part of the team went door-to-door, the rest of the team was involved in sports ministry. They played baseball and soccer at the community fields, and they shared their testimonies. In the evening, they hosted a church service and the team led worship and preached. Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana December 15-20, 2019 • 11 Students • Trip Leaders: Jacob Gill & Chris Sutterfield The New Orleans GME team spent their mornings serving the community in various ways. In the afternoon, they pulled out shovels and rakes and cleaned debris from the streets, shared God’s love by helping people with their laundry at a Laundromat, or shared the gospel at local coffee shops. On the last night, the team served a community meal and hosted a food drive for local school children. GME TRIPS 19

20/20 Vision with Dr. Ryan Blackwell A Look Back at the Impact of Christian Education One of the greatest joys of my life occurred in December of 2019 as I stood in front of the congregation of First Baptist Church San Francisco to preach God’s word one last time as its senior pastor. A decade prior to this day, the church had called me to California, hoping to experience revitalization and to once again reach their world-shaping city with the gospel. At the time, I was a 26-year-old inexperienced seminary graduate who looked out at a mostly-empty room overwhelmed by the task and responsibility that laid in front of me. As I looked around the church on my last Sunday, I saw a room packed with individuals from over forty nations worshipping together. I saw Tim, a prominent developer at Apple sitting next to Joe, an ex-gang member who had spent much of his life on the street. Next to them was Mary, a woman 20 2020 VISION rescued from life immersed in sexual sin, and Fred, a venture capitalist who helped start one of the most successful businesses in the world. My heart was overwhelmed with gratitude as I thought about the stories of God’s saving grace these faces represented and the journey we had been on together. How had I, a nobody raised in Springdale, Arkansas, been part of this “Only God” story? While the answer to that question is multi-faceted, I believe one of the most effective tools that God used to shape me into the pastor and leader I am today was my time at Shiloh Christian School. It was at Shiloh that teachers impressed upon my heart the trustworthiness of God that would later give me 04. Ryan with a youth group mission team 05. A special event at First Baptist San Francisco ABOVE Ryan and his family in front of the Golden Gate Bridge 01. Ryan with a few members of the Saints football team 02. Ryan as a part of Shiloh's Homecoming Court 03. Ryan preaching

the confidence to step out of my comfort zone into the unknown. To this day, I can remember many moments in the classroom and in chapel where different Shiloh faculty helped me understand what it looked like to actually walk with God and trust in him completely. I can say with all sincerity that I would not have made it through the struggles of the last ten years without that investment. It was at Shiloh that God pressed into my heart the belief that God’s Word was true and worthy of building my life on. As I lived and pastored in San Francisco, this belief was tested over and over as I consistently interacted with individuals from other religions, 01 02 friends from the LGBT community, and an overwhelmingly secular culture. Time and time again, I saw His word proven true. It was at Shiloh that I learned to work hard. From two-a-day football practices in the August heat to classroom settings that pushed me academically, I learned the powerful difference both preparation and perseverance make when trying to accomplish a goal. It was at Shiloh that I gained life-long friends. I can remember one of my teachers telling our class, “You show me your friendships. I will show you your future.” Little did I know the truth of those words as the friendships made during my time at Shiloh not only helped me navigate life as a teenager but even more than that, continue to challenge and 2020 VISION 21

01 03 SHILOH TODAY encourage me as a husband, father, and follower of Jesus to this day. Finally, it was at Shiloh that I learned God’s heart for the world. Deep within me is the conviction that God loves people from every race, generation, socio-economic class, and nation. He has done everything necessary for their salvation through the death and resurrection of his son Jesus Christ and His purpose for my life is much greater than living the American Dream. It is ultimately to use my personality, possessions, and position to make this good news known wherever He places me. Growing up at Shiloh, I watched my teachers and leaders not only teach this principle but live it out personally in their lives and that made all the difference in the world. Now that I am back in Northwest Arkansas serving as the Executive and Teaching Pastor of Cross Church, I am grateful I have the opportunity to pour my life into the church and school that has poured so much into me. My wife, Rachel and I have three kids who all attend Shiloh. Living in San Francisco gave us the ability to see first-hand where the culture is headed and this perspective has given us a greater appreciation for what Shiloh has to offer. I am confident the overarching biblical worldview that guided me into such an exciting journey with God is the same worldview needed by my kids. They will no-doubt have to navigate an always-changing culture that will look different than anything we have seen before. My hope for them is that they will face this future with a steadfast belief in the trustworthiness of God and His Word, a passion for reaching the world, and a group of friends who will stand alongside them on their journey. 02 Shiloh’s mission state03 ment is “Developing Godly leaders who will engage their culture and change it.” By God’s grace, I have seen that mission lived out in my own life and I look forward with anticipation to see it lived out in the lives of others as we move into the future together. To give financially and become a part of the Shiloh Legacy, visit www.shilohsaints.org/legacy 22 22 2020 VISION 04 05

welcome New head coach! ERIC MICHALLS HEAD VARSITY GOLF COACH Eric Michalls is the new Head Coach for our Varsity Golf team. Coach Michalls is originally from Texarkana, Texas. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies from Ouachita Baptist University. It was here where his passion for golf came alive. He attended New Baptist Theological Seminary and graduated with a Masters in Divinity with a specialization in Biblical Studies and worked for the campus recreation center for 3 years. He moved to Springdale, AR in 2011 and began attending Cross Church. In 2014, he was hired at Shiloh to teach secondary Bible, he is the current head of the biblical studies department. Over the past year, he has served as the assistant head golf coach. He is currently pursuing a PhD in New Testament at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. 23

SHILOH TODAY SPORTS: SEASON SUMMARIES Boys Basketball The Saints Basketball team had an outstanding 2019-2020 season. The team increased their win total from the previous season, and they finished with a record of 15-12. More importantly, they earned an 8-3 record in conference play, and they won the 1-4A East Division title. Following this victory, the team advanced to the Regional Tournament in the 4A North. Seth Rosenfeld was named All-State, and he earned the highest number of votes in the conference. Stewart Bivens, Eli Wisdom, and Cole Oswald were named All-Conference players. Girls Basketball The Lady Saints Basketball team finished the season with a record of 8-16, despite a season-ending injury for All-State forward and Union University basketball commit, Anna McCredy. The season started off with a bang after a 37-33 victory over Eureka Springs. The Lady Saints continued to play in extremely close and exciting games, with four consecutive losses that happened in overtime. The season came to an end with a 53-46 loss to Prairie Grove in the District Tournament. Juniors Ryli Russ and Acie Thurlby received All-Conference honors. Golf The Shiloh Golf teams had a successful 2019 golf season. The girls team had 4 members, and they won their first match in three years. They placed 3rd in the 1-4 A Conference Tournament at Harrison Country Club, and Sophia Burasco qualified for the state tournament. The boys team had 10 members, and they won 3 matches and placed 2nd out of five teams. They place 3rd in the 1-4A Conference Tournament. Ben Fowler qualified for the state tournament, and the Arkansas overall tournament by winning 3rd place in a play-off. He went to the State Tournament and placed in the top 10, and qualified for the All-State boys team. Volleyball The Lady Saints Volleyball team finished their 2010-2020 season with a record of 16-17. They finished the conference season with a record of 9-3. Post-season, the team won the Conference Tournament, followed by a first-round win against Malvern. This win was followed by a tough loss to Batesville in the quarter-finals of the 4A State Tournament. Rylee Odell and Avery Porter were named All-State, and Tessie May, Rylee Odell, Avery Porter, Ryli Russ, Katelyn Simpson, and Kathleen Murphree were named All-Conference. 24 SPORTS: SEASON SUMMARIES Check out what some of Shiloh's sports teams have achieved!

SUMMER 2020 Wrestling For the second season in a row, the Shiloh Wrestling team grew in number and gained several talented athletes. This helped them compete for team wins and not just individual wins. The team placed 2nd at the first ever Arkansas 4A Dual State Tournament. They went on to place 4th at the 2020 Arkansas State Tournament with seven athletes placing at state including three State Champions: Jacob Solomon (1st), Gavin Goddard (1st) (2-Time State Champion), Lucas Hankins (1st), Noah Bowerman (3rd), Blayne Sewell (3rd), Sam Oelke (4th), and Russell Norsworthy (4th). Trap Shooting The tenth season for Shiloh's Trap Shooting team was expected to be one of the best yet. They were projected to win the conference championship and repeat as the state champions in the Arkansas State High School Clay Target League. Unfortunately, the season was cut short by COVID-19 after only five practices. The coaches were excited about the team's progress as the senior division shooters scored perfect 25/25 rounds, and the new shooters were making great progress. The team's only Senior, Connor Dearian, will be missed. Soccer The 2020 Lady Saints Soccer season had a strong start; unfortunately, it was cut short by COVID-19 after only one varsity game and two junior varsity games. The coaches were encouraged by the girl’s response to the new weight training and practice expectations that were introduced this year. The team consisted of 19 girls grades 9-12. The team had four seniors that contributed skill and leadership to the team. They will be missed by their teammates and coaches. The team is looking forward to competing in spring of 2021 and continuing to build on what they started during the 2020 season. Cheer The 2019-2020 Shiloh Cheer season was filled with excitement and many accomplishments. Lots of memories were made supporting the teams from summer camp through football season, local and state cheer competitions and basketball season. The highlight of the season was cheering for the Saints Football team at the State Championship game in Little Rock. Team Captain, Kendal McCall, was named Arkansas Activities Association All-State Cheerleader. SPORTS: SEASON SUMMARIES 25

SHILOH TODAY SPORTS SUMMARIES continued Tennis The 2019-2020 Shiloh Tennis season was a great success. They had more than 15 players who competed at a high level against several 6A teams and against teams in their conference. This year’s team included seven new players. Every student-athlete competed with excellence and represented our school, our team, and most importantly Jesus in a way that glorified God. Three players qualified for the state tournament. Senior, Rachel Thomas, finished 3rd in the singles division at the conference tournament, and juniors, Sophia Rosenfeld and Acie Thrulby (first-time players) finished 3rd in the conference tournament. Track & Field The 2020 Track & Field season had an outstanding start. The coaching staff was encouraged by the response from athletes to join the program. The staff pursued new data-driven philosophies that encouraged high-intensity speed training that developed the athlete’s minds and bodies to learn to run, jump, and throw at the highest levels. The program was highlighted by the participation of over 100 athletes, including grades 7-12 which created a healthy, competitive environment. Unfortunately, the season was cut short by the COVID-19 crisis, but the program will be able to build upon the early successes of the 2020 season in preparation for the future. Cross Country The Saints Cross Country program is growing and improving. The 20192020 team had 17 athletes, including one senior. The XC Saints hosted the Saints Invitational meet for the tenth year, and it was a great success. At the conference meet, two athletes earned all-conference honors including Austin O'Leary who was 7th place in the Junior High Boys Division, and Gideon Sutterfield who was 10th place in the Senior High Division. The junior high boys team placed 4th overall in conference, and the high school boys team placed 7th overall in conference. Baseball The 2020 Saints Baseball season started with high hopes to finish another year at Baum-Walker Stadium as they were ranked in the top 3 in the state in their classification pre-season. Before the season came to a premature end due to COVID-19, they finished with a 7-3 record. During the early season, the team went 4-3 against 6A opponents with an average margin of victory of 9.3 runs. Five senior players signed letters of intent to continue their careers at Arkansas State University, Arkansas Tech University, Henderson State University, Oklahoma State University, and Northwestern University. 26 SPORTS: SEASON SUMMARIES Check out what some of Shiloh's sports teams have achieved!

SUMMER 2020 Football The Saints football team finished another incredible season at War Memorial Stadium. The Saints earned a 14-1 record, and as the State Runner-Up, proving to be one of the best teams in Arkansas. The Saints led the state in scoring and averaged 51 points per game, led by offensive players, Eli Reece and Truitt Tollett. Truitt set a new Shiloh record with 30 receiving touchdowns and 35 total touchdowns for the season. Max Suarez and Russell Norsworthy were named All-State defensive players, and Eli Reece and Truitt Tollett earned offensive All-State awards. Coach Conaway was selected as the 1-4A Coach of the Year, and the Saints won the conference again. Both Truitt Tollett and Coach Conaway were finalists for the State-Wide Player and Coach of the Year awards. The Shiloh Christian School Crest was designed to give esprit de corps to the school and signify who we are as a Christcentered academic institution. DESCRIPTION 1. Blue, Gold, and White: The colors utilized in the crest are representative of our school colors. 2. Shiloh Christian School: This is the name of our institution. 3. Established 1976: The date indicates the inaugural year of Shiloh Christian School. 4. Laurel: The laurel around the shield represents Christ’s victory over death. 5. Shield: The shield represents our faith in God. 6. Lamp: The lamp represents academic excellence. 7. Bible: The Bible represents the infallible word of God. 8. Armored Saint: The armored saint represents all of our sports programs. 9. Violin, Palette, Masks: These items represent our Fine Arts programs. 10. Cross: At the center of the shield is a navy cross that represents how we work to keep Christ at the center of everything we do as a school. SHILOH CHRISTIAN SCHOOL CREST 27 25

SHILOH SECURITY With Sean Morgan What is your background? I served in the United States Marine Corps from May of 1989 until November of 1993. My MOS (job) was 0331 or a machine gunner. I spent most of my time at 29 Palms in southern California, but I did a tour in South America drug hunting in 1990. After the Marines, I began a career in retail where I worked for Big 5 Sporting Goods (assistant Manager), the Disney Store (assistant Manager), REI (Manager), Family Christian Store (Manager), JCPenney (Regional Sales Manager), Academy Sports and Outdoors (opened both in northwest Arkansas as a member of management). After that, I left retail and ran a car lot for America’s Car Mart as a General Manager for six years. 28 SHILOH SECURITY

SUMMER 2020 Why did you choose to serve Shiloh? Actually, I believe God provided a position for me at Shiloh. I heard that the former security officer was leaving the school after 14 years and that a position would be available. Because my son has been a student at Shiloh since he was four years old (now in 6th grade), and I had helped coach him in football the last three years, I already knew I loved being around the students and the school. With my management background and my military back ground, it seemed like becoming Security Director was the perfect match. I love the Christian atmosphere, helping the kids, and serving the church. God gave me a protective spirit and the gifts to do this job. I truly believe God led me to Shiloh. What training/qualifications do you have? As Security Director, I have gone through Arkansas State training as a CSSO or Commissioned School Security Officer, which includes firearm qualification (same as State Police), tactical first aid training, all legal classes required for CSSO, as well as ALERT training which simulates an active shooter and responses. I have also completed course work through Criminal Justice Institute of Arkansas in School Site Safety Assessment, Active Shooter Threat Assessment and School Leakage, Active Killer Response, Identifying and Preventing Bullying, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Law Enforcement Response, and School Safety Reviews. I have also taken personal tactical rifle and handgun classes. What is the primary role of a Security Officer? As Security Director for Shiloh, my primary role is to make sure all of our students and faculty have a safe place to learn and work. I am considered a “hard target” while I am here, meaning if anyone wants to cause harm, I am who they will run into. I also work hard to build relationships with all of the students and faculty so I can recognize a problem before it ever gets out of hand, and can help those who need it in an appropriate manner. I assess the building frequently to see where we can make changes to make sure our school and church are as safe as possible. I also work with our local law enforcement to build relationships and make sure they have current/accurate information about our campus in case there is an emergency. I greet students every morning and I walk throughout the campus every day to make sure I am seen and readily available to everyone. SHILOH SECURITY 29 What changes/improvements have you made concerning the safety of our students/staff? The first thing I completed was a full threat assessment, and I evaluated past threat assessments on our property. Next, we introduced the RAVE Panic button group and provided access to this life-saving program for all of our teachers at Shiloh and for the staff of Cross Church. This program gives us the ability to contact 911 and our local police department (PD), fire department (FD), and emergency medical services (EMS) quickly and efficiently in the event of an active shooter, a medical emergency, or a fire/natural disaster. When this program is activated, our local police department, fire department, and EMS have automatic GPS locations and maps of Shiloh and Cross Church, so they know exactly where the emergency is occurring. We are also adding security cameras and signs to all of our parking lots. This will inform people that we are watching the school, the fields, and all of the areas around Shiloh. We are hosting an NRA School Shield event in the future that will include 15-20 local SRO’s (School Resource Officers) and trainers for a week. They will conduct a deep threat assessment on all areas of the school grounds, including student drop-off of zones, lighting, door access, etc. This will also provide opportunities for our school to receive grants from the NRA to enhance security for our school.

SHILOH TODAY Class of 2020 Shiloh’s Class of 2020 experienced unprecedented disruption to their final year of high school. It wasn’t just the big, up-in-the-air things like prom, spring signing day, senior awards, and graduation that were modified dramatically due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. It was also the everyday bustle of the hallways, speeding off campus for lunch with friends, playing in the baseball state tournament, studying with friends, and singing the fight song together at pep rallies that were irretrievably lost. This class faced the challenges of social isolation, cancellation of extracurriculars and sports, and the loss of many of the cherished rituals that they looked forward to as seniors. This resilient group of students overcame challenges that never happened before on this scale, and they proved to be the strong, hard-working, faithful, and self-assured students our Shiloh family already knew that they were. 67 graduated 100% offered over $6 million in scholarships 51 30+ AC T 51 graduated with honors 25 with distinguished honors 12 scored a 30+ on the ACT completed 1,687 total hours of college credit 1 national merit scholarship 30 CLASS OF 2020

SUMMER 2020 Shiloh Christian School’s 38th graduating class of 67 students was honored in a memorable (downsized, masked, and socially distant) ceremony on Tuesday, July 7, 2020. After the processional, Seth Rosenfeld introduced Shiloh’s president, Mr. Ben Mayes who welcomed the families of the class of 2020. Next, Emily Tollett read the class scripture found in Romans 5:3-5 which reads, “Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us.” Gideon Sutterfield led a special prayer for his classmates, followed by the Distinguished Honor Address given by his father, Mr. Chris Sutterfield, iThink Academy Instructor. Breanna Mapes and Eliana McCracken represented all Distinguished Honor graduates and shared a special message on behalf of their classmates. Next, Sahara Morgan introduced the Class of 2020 video, followed by the introduction of the leadership team by Jack Hertzberg. This year’s challenging commencement address was given by Shiloh’s five leadership team members including Jeff Conaway, Katerina Foley, Keith McDaniel, Alicia Brown, and Ben Mayes. The Presentation of Diplomas was given by Mr. Ben Mayes and read by Mr. Brant Breeding. Before the recessional, Sarah Dangeau introduced her father, Mr. Jeff Dangeau, Shiloh Board member, who gave the closing remarks and benediction. CLASS OF 2020 31

SHILOH TODAY milestone anniversaries Thank you for faithfully serving Shiloh Christian School! David & Debbie McGee - 20 Years Mr. McGee started his career at Shiloh in August of 2000 teaching science. He has served on the athletic staff coaching football, volleyball, softball, and soccer. Mrs. McGee started her career at the same time, and she has taught math to 6th through 9th-grade students over the years. In 2003, Mr. and Mrs. McGee began the beloved tradition, and Shiloh “rite of passage,” that is the Eighth Grade Retreat. Every eighth-grader is challenged spiritually through weekly discipleship classes at lunch leading up to the retreat. They have been part of multiple ministries at Shiloh including chapel leaders/speakers, mission trip sponsors, and the praying dad’s ministry. They have four children including Hannah and Andrew who graduated from Shiloh, Emma, a senior, and Jacob, a seventh-grader. Denise Sabitini - 20 Years Mrs. Sabatini started her career at Shiloh in 2000 as an administrative assistant for middle school. When the high school and middle schools were combined, she managed students checking in/out, kept attendance records, and assisted the secondary dean. As Shiloh grew, Mrs. Sabatini started managing the substitute teacher program and all of the teacher supplies. She and her husband Steve will be married 45 years in March. They have four children who graduated from Shiloh: Joseph, Jonathan, Jordan, and Jessica. Pam Bodenstein - 25 Years “Ms. Pam” began her career at Shiloh in the cafeteria in 1995. In 1998, she was promoted to assistant food service manager. She has been the lead food service manager since August of 2001, and she leads a team that prepares hundreds of nutritious meals for our students and staff every day. Shortly after her promotion, she began catering special events for Cross Church and Shiloh, where she has continued to show her great love for people by serving them delicious meals. She has four sons who graduated from Shiloh: Jon, Nathan, Travis, and Greg. Alumni Updates Dr. Sonal Bhakta - Class of 1996 Dr. Sonal Bhakta graduated from Shiloh in 1996 and studied biology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Subsequently, she chose to pursue a dual Doctor of Medicine and Master of Public Health degree at the University of Arkansas at Medical Sciences. She chose to pursue training in the field of internal medicine. Now, she works at Mercy Medical Center in Rogers, Arkansas as a hospitalist and works part-time at a clinic in Holiday Island, Arkansas. Daniel Petrino - Class of 2009 Alumni Relations ALICIA BROWN aliciab@shilohsaints.org (479) 756-1140 32 ANNIVERSARIES & ALUMNI UPDATES Daniel attended Samford University in Birmingham Alabama and studied graphic design. After graduation in 2013, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee and began a career in motion design and animation. He is currently the Design Director of Fivestone Studios. Daniel and his wife Krista have been married for four years and have one son named Penn.

HOMECOMING tailgate Friday, october 16 5:00 - 7:00 PM Champions Stadium Parking Lot Shiloh Alumni, please make plans to attend our Alumni Homecoming Tailgate! • Free Food • Free Family Entertainment • Free Admission to the Game • Free Alumni T-Shirt RSVP at: www.ShilohSaints.org/Resources/Alumni HOCO TAILGATE 33

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