Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce

Member to Member Announcements

January 15, 2018


Save These Dates — Wellsboro Winter Celebration is Feb. 15-18

The Wellsboro Winter Celebration is Thursday, Feb. 15 through Sunday, Feb. 18. There will be Deane Center Concerts on Feb. 15 & 16; EMMF Jazz Fest musical events on Feb. 16, 17 & 18; Wine 101: Select and Pair Wines Like a Pro with Gene Losey on Friday, Feb. 16; ice carving every hour on the hour from 10am to 3pm, the Waste Management Winter RallySprint, Deane Little Beans Winter Celebration, Chili with a Chance of Chocolate Taste-Off, Winter Brew Tasting, Artists and Craftsmen on Main Street; Cookie Decorating and Hot Chocolate for youngsters 1 to 12 years of age, and Winter Games & Activities for children and adults, all in downtown Wellsboro on Saturday, Feb. 17; and The Mt. Tom Challenge on Sunday, Feb. 18. For a complete listing of events, visit and click on Wellsboro Winter Celebration.

Chamber Members: Chamber Mixer & Brochure Swap Deadline is Feb. 16

For advertising purposes, please let Julie VanNess know by Friday, Feb. 16 what items you will be donating for the live and silent auctions being held at the Thursday, March 22 Wellsboro Chamber Mixer & Brochure Swap. Funds raised during the auctions will benefit the Pennsylvania State Laurel Festival's Family Day and Children’s Health Fair. Family Day will be on June 9 and is free to children and their families. Please bring your auction donations to the chamber office any time between Friday, March 9 and Friday, March 16. Also, please bring 100 copies of each of your business and organization brochures to the chamber office at 114 Main Street between March 9 and 16. Staff will take your brochures to the Gallery at the Warehouse Theatre on Central Avenue so they will be available to members and the public from 5-7pm during the mixer.

11 Choral Groups to Give MLK Day Concert Tonight, Monday, Jan. 15

Tonight, Monday, Jan. 15 at 7:30pm 11 area choral groups will sing in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The concert will be at the Wellsboro Area High School Auditorium at 227 Nichols Street in Wellsboro. Donations will be accepted at the door. Participants include the Hamilton-Gibson Children's Concert Choir, the Hamilton-Gibson Young Women and Young Men's choirs, the Wednesday Morning Musicales, the Wellsboro Women's Chorus, the Wellsboro Men's Chorus, the Miller Singers, Wellsboro High's Dickens Choir, the Rock L. Butler Middle School Seventh and Eighth Grade Chorus, the First Presbyterian Church Choir of Wellsboro and the St. Peter's Catholic Church Choir. The choral groups will sing four selections together and also sing individual numbers. Martin Luther King, Jr., an American Baptist minister, was a nonviolent activist and the most visible spokesperson and leader for the Civil Rights Movement. From 1955 until his assassination in Memphis, Tennessee on April 4,1968, Dr. King led the fight against segregation to gain equal rights under United States law for African Americans. This federal holiday has been observed to mark King's birthday, his life and achievements on the third Monday of January each year since 1986. For more information, contact 570-724-2079 or


Free Golden Afternoons Chair PiYo is This Tuesday, Jan. 16

Tomorrow, Tuesday, Jan. 16, at 1pm, Donna Emmick of Wellsboro is presenting Chair PiYo in the Deane Center lobby at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. This Golden Afternoons program is free and open to people ages 55 and up. Fruit, veggies along with coffee, tea and cookies will be provided. During the program, Emmick will show participants how to do a modified version of PiYo using a chair for stability. This Pilates and yoga fusion workout can help improve balance, strength, flexibility and blood circulation. Included will be stretching and simple exercises while sitting and standing, moves they can do at home. For information, call the Deane Center at 570-724-6220.

Eat Out Tomorrow, Jan. 16 and Benefit the Nessmuk Rod and Gun Club 

Youngsters and adults can enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet featuring pasta, meatballs, garden salad and bread between 5 and 8pm tomorrow, Tuesday, Jan. 16 at Timeless Destination at 77 Main Street in Wellsboro. The restaurant will donate a portion of the cost of people’s meals to the Nessmuk Rod and Gun Club. The dinner price for adults is $10.99 with $2 for each dinner sold donated to the club. The price for youngsters under the age of 12 is $5.99 with $1 of each dinner sold donated to the club. Takeout is available. Those who have questions are welcome to email Charlie Messina at

Handgun and Rifle Indoor Shoots are Jan. 16, 18, 23, 25, 30, Feb. 1 & 3

The Nessmuk Rod and Gun Club is hosting friendly scored handgun shoots at 6:30pm on Tuesdays, Jan.16, 23, 30 & Feb. 6 and rifle shoots at 6:30pm on Thursdays, Jan. 18, 25 & Feb. 1. In addition, two rifle and handgun shoots will be held from 1-3pm on Saturday, Feb. 3 and Sunday, Feb. 11. All shoots are open to members and the public and will be at the club’s indoor range at 4646 Route 287, about 3 miles south of Wellsboro. The rifle shoots are restricted to .22 caliber rifles and the handgun shoots are for any caliber provided the bullet is either lead or cast; no brass or jacketed ammunition is allowed. For handguns, each shooter will be given five targets for 10 rounds each, and for .22 caliber rifles, one target with 10 bull’s-eyes. There is a $3 fee for members and a $5 fee for non-members. For information, call Kyle Knowlton at 570-439-0849 or visit  

New Exhibits are Open at Gmeiner; on Display Now until Jan. 28

The Gmeiner Art and Cultural Center at 134 Main Street in Wellsboro is hosting two new exhibits. The “Steve Bower: Recent Work” exhibit is in the Main Gallery. It features 22 acrylic, watercolor and mixed water media paintings Bower created within the past two years based on his travels to France and other locations. On display In the Atrium Gallery is a painting created by 17 Mansfield University students in the “Foundations in Two-Dimensional Design” class taught by Martha Campbell, an MU Art Department faculty member. For the final exam, each student was asked to research the art style of a different impressionistic painter, given a section of a photograph that Campbell had taken and asked to paint it in the art form they had researched. The students’ individual works were then put together to recreate the original photograph as a painting featuring the different impressionistic styles. Gallery hours are from 11am to 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays and from 2 to 5pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays now through Sunday, Jan. 28. Admission is always free. FMI: call 570-439-9388 or email

Run on Thursdays, Jan. 18, 25 & Feb. 1

The Tyoga Running Club is hosting free Thursday Night Runs for the public at 6pm this Thursday, Jan. 18 and next Thursday, Jan. 25. Meet at the Packer Park parking lot behind the Wellsboro Senior Center at 3 Queen Street in Wellsboro to go on a one-hour run no matter what the weather conditions. Wear a headlamp. There are different pace groups with varying distances for runners of all ages and ability levels. For information, email or visit

First Tioga County Lyme Disease Support Group is This Thursday, Jan. 18

At 6:30pm this Thursday, Jan. 18, the documentary "Under Our Skin," the untold story of Lyme disease, will be shown at the first meeting of the Tioga County Lyme Disease Support Group at the Tokishi Training Center, 124 Nypum Drive in Wellsboro. Presenting the film is the Tioga County Region for PA Lyme Resource Network. The network and support group were formed to support local residents who suffer from Lyme disease and to educate the community about this exceedingly complex and often misunderstood disease.  Millerton resident Linda Wales, founder of A Hope 4 Lyme based in Horseheads, New York, will lead a question and answer session. Luke Dunham and Thomas Putnam are regional co-leaders with the network. Both live in the Wellsboro area and have been diagnosed with and are being treated for Lyme disease and/or co-infections. For more information, contact Luke and Thomas by email at or by calling 570-439-2000. 

HG “Ring of Fire” Auditions are Jan. 19, 20 & 21

Hamilton-Gibson Productions is holding auditions for "Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash" at 6:30pm this Friday, Jan. 19; at 4pm this Saturday, Jan 20; and at 6:30pm this Sunday, Jan. 21 in the Warehouse Theatre at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro. Eight singers, four men and four women, are needed, according to Director Thomas Putnam. This unique musical comes from the iconic songbook of the late Johnny Cash. More than two-dozen of his classic hits, including “I Walk The Line,” “A Boy Named Sue,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” and the title tune will be performed during the show to paint a musical portrait of the Man in Black. Performances will be at 7:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays, March 9 & 10, 16 & 17 and at 2:30pm on Sunday, March 11 at the Deane Center's Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. For more information contact Hamilton-Gibson Productions at 570-724-2079 or

Animal Care Sanctuary Petco Adoption Event

On January 20, from 12pm-3pm, visit Petco at 831 County Road 64, Big Flats Consumer Square, Elmira, NY and enjoy some snuggles with some of our adorable cats and ADOPT!

Winterfest 2018 is This Saturday, Jan. 20 at Hills Creek State Park

Between 10am and 3pm this Saturday, Jan. 20, Winterfest 2018 will offer free, fun, family friendly snow and no snow, ice and no ice events at Hills Creek State Park at 111 Spillway Road, Wellsboro. If there is enough snow and ice, there will be ice skating, sledding, ice fishing and ice harvesting demonstrations and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing mini-clinics. Snow or no snow, there will be skishoe and snow (fat tire) bike and e-bike demonstrations; two easy, slow paced, family friendly, guided boot or snowshoe hikes on the 1.5-mile Tauschers Trail; a program on snowy owls; an opportunity for kids to make pinecone bird feeders and paper snowflakes to take home; a pioneer-style outdoor cooking demonstration with free samples of freshly made donuts; a display and pamphlets about bird feeders and winter bird feeding; a program on ice fishing with tips and tricks to get started; free hot chocolate and hot dogs while they last and more. Skis, snowshoes, skates and two-person tubes will be available; quantities are limited. Those who have equipment are encouraged to bring it. Everything is free. For more information, call the park at 570-724-4246. For information about other Winter Outings, call 570-724-0635 or visit Snow and ice updates will be posted on Facebook at Step Outdoors Tioga County PA and at

Weekly Hikes are Jan. 20, 22, 27, 29 & Feb. 3

Daryl Warren, local hiking guru and Department of Conservation and Natural Resources volunteer, is leading free hikes or snowshoes on Mondays and Saturdays during the 2018 Winter Outings series. The hikes range from easy (Pine Creek Rail Trail) to strenuous (narrow, steep mountain trails), short (3 miles) to lengthy (12 miles). Daryl ranks the hikes on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being the easiest and 5 the hardest. The time listed for the hikes is the actual hiking time; it does not include shuttling to and from trailheads. Each week, hikers meet Daryl at the parking lot at Packer Park behind the Wellsboro Senior Center at 3 Queen Street in Wellsboro to carpool to the hike location. 

  • This Saturday, Jan 20, go directly to Hills Creek State Park at 111 Spillway Road, Wellsboro for free Winterfest activities. Daryl will lead two easy, slow-paced, family friendly hikes on the 1.5-mile Tauschers Trail. The first will be at 11 am and the second at 1 pm. Joining Daryl will be Steve Hoover, who will provide interesting information on the winter ecology of forests along the way.
  • Monday, Jan. 22 at 8am meet Daryl at the Wellsboro Senior Center to carpool to Hills Creek State Park for a 9-mile, 6-hour Mid State Trail Hike from Hills Creek State Park to Ives Run. This hike is rated as 4 because of the distance and one fairly hard climb, including a 7-township vista from the old Mansfield fire tower. Bring water and lunch.   
  • Saturday, Jan. 27 at 9am meet Daryl at the Wellsboro Senior Center to carpool to the trailhead for a 6.6-mile, 4-hour hike on the Mid State Trail from the North Shore of Cowanesque Lake to Gee Hollow. Included will be a short connector trail to the top of Nelson Falls. This hike is rated 2. Bring water and lunch.
  • Monday, Jan. 29 at 9am meet Daryl at the Wellsboro Senior Center to carpool to the trailhead for a 3.5-hour, 4.5-mile section of the Green Monster Trail System from Asaph Run Road to Strait Run Road. This hike is rated 3.5 because of a strenuous 800-foot elevation gain in less than one mile. Bring water and lunch.
  • Saturday, Feb. 3 at 1pm meet Daryl at the pavilion at Nessmuk Lake for a two- mile, family friendly hike. This hike is rated 1.5.
  • Monday, Feb. 5 at 8:30am meet Daryl at the Wellsboro Senior Center to carpool to the Rattlesnake Rock Access on Route 414, two miles south of Blackwell, for a 6-mile loop on Schoolhouse Trail to Blackwell Trail to the Pine Creek Rails-to-Trails. This hike is rated 3.5.
  • FMI:To receive detailed information about the hikes and to sign up for weekly updates, email Daryl at or call him at 570-724-7721 or 570-439-3739. For information about other Winter Outings, call 570-724-0635 or visit

Register Now or In Person at Ice Fishing Derby This Sunday, Jan. 21

Avid and amateur anglers of all ages are encouraged to register now for the Sunday, Jan. 21 Ice Fishing Derby. Organized by Ice Fishing Across Pennsylvania, the derby will begin at 7am on Hills Creek Lake at Hills Creek State Park at 111 Spillway Road, Wellsboro and end with the weigh-in at 1pm at the Beaver Hut Boat Launch. First and second place finishers in three categories, heaviest five panfish, heaviest bass and heaviest pickerel, will receive cash prizes and third place finishers, a sponsor prize. The prizes are valued at $2,000 and are being provided by top names in the ice fishing industry. For an additional $5, anglers can enter one of three lunker categories, panfish, bass and pickerel. The derby entry fee is $10 for those 13 and older and free for children 12 and younger. Register online in advance at or in person on the day of the event before 6:30am at the Beaver Hut Boat Launch, derby headquarters on Hills Creek Lake. Attend rules meeting at 6:50 a.m. at the boat launch on Sunday. For more information, email Ice Fishing Across Pennsylvania at or visit Contact information for area team members will be provided on the website. To learn more about other Winter Outings, visit or call 570-724-0635 between 9am and 4:30pm weekdays.

Mountain or Snow Bike Ride This Sunday, Jan. 21, Jan. 28 or Feb. 4

Oswald Cycle Works is sponsoring the free Mountain and Snow Bike Riding Series. By 9am the day of the ride, those who want to go this Sunday, Jan. 21 or next Sunday, Jan. 28 are asked to be at the USGS Northern Appalachian Research Branch at 176 Straight Run Road, just off Route 6 in Asaph, eight miles west of Wellsboro. Each ride will be two to three hours. The routes are always different to keep them interesting. For weekly updates, visit or call Tom Oswald at 570-662-3097. For information about other Winter Outings, visit or call 570-724-0635.


Acting Up is Jan. 23

Acting Up! Hamilton-Gibson’s free readers theatre program for adults 55 and older will be from 2 to 3pm on Tuesday, Jan. 23 at HG's office at 29 Water Street in Wellsboro. The main focus of each one-hour Acting Up session is an out loud reading of a story or play or a series of poems brought in by the participants, a congenial and mutually supportive group of men and women. The relaxed, informal atmosphere provides a low-key, low-pressure opportunity to experiment with “reading with expression.” There are no fees and no long-term commitments. Barbara and Larry Biddison have coordinated the program since 2005. To see what Acting Up is all about, plan to attend on Jan. 23 or call the Biddisons at 570-724-4586.

Triumph Leadership Group Stress-Free Leadership training

Triumph Leadership Group still has openings in Williamsport on January 25 & 26, 9am – 4pm, for their two day training, Stress-Free Leadership: Living Your Best Life While Inspiring Others. Register by calling Kate on 570-723-1020; registration is limited. Price: $567. FMI & testimonials see attachments.

Auditions for Blithe Spirit are Jan. 25, 27 & 28

The Hamilton-Gibson Women’s Project is holding auditions for “Blithe Spirit” by Noel Coward, a classic theatre comedy. The auditions will be in the Gallery at the Warehouse Theatre at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro on Thursday Jan. 25 at 6:30pm; Saturday Jan. 27 at 9:30am; and Sunday Jan. 28 at 1:30pm. In the play, writer Charles Condomine and his wife Ruth live in the lovely countryside where they are friends with their neighbors Dr. and Mrs. Bradman. Charles loves Ruth but finds the memory of his first wife Elvira is never far away. While researching his next book, Charles and Ruth hold a little dinner party and invite the village medium Madame Arcati and craziness ensues. Even though the play is set in England accents may not be used, according to Director Claire Marie Ritter. The main characters are considered “posh” and somewhat “upper crust.”  Madame Acarti is a bit of a rogue and gypsy-like. Edith, the maid, is young, inexperienced and easily flustered. The following roles to be cast and suggested ages are: Charles Condomine, age, 35-50; Ruth Condomine, age 30-40; Dr. Bradman, age 40-60, Mrs. Bradman, age 40-60; Madame Arcati, age 30-80; Elvira Condomine, age 25-35; and Edith (maid), age 18-25. Performances will be at 7:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays, April 13 & 14, 20 & 21 and at 2:30pm on Sunday, April 15 in the Warehouse Theatre. For more information, call 570-724-2079 or email

Old-Time Snake Milkers to Perform on Friday, Jan. 26

At 7:30pm on Friday, Jan. 26, the Old-Time Snake Milkers will perform in the Deane Center’s Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. Mikey Collins Jr. on harmonica; Colby Pegg-Joplin on fiddle; Samuel Forrest Stallings on guitar and clawhammer banjo; 
Leighton Scott Friend on mandolin; and Ryan Marley on bass will play and sing old-time music as well a ragtime, folk and jazz. “Their music is a new take on old-time,” said Aubrey Irion, a friend of the band and a member of the Cherry Flats Ridge Pluckers. “Their style is a new mash-up of old traditions. They are excellent musicians and well worth a listen.” The Old-Time Snake Milkers band was conceived at Stallings’ cabin in the woods at Buffalo Gap, Virginia in the winter of 2015. The result is the musical blend that can be heard on their CD “Raw Milk,” released on Jan. 1, 2017. Audience members will be seated at tables cabaret-style and are welcome to bring their own snacks and beverages. Admission is $12 for adults, seniors and students. Children 12 and under accompanied by an adult are admitted free. For more information or to reserve a table at no extra charge, call the Deane Center at 570-724-6220 or visit

Grass is Dead To Play Grateful Dead Bluegrass Style on Jan. 27

On Saturday, Jan. 27 at 7:30pm, the Grass is Dead will play and sing their bluegrass arrangements of Grateful Dead songs as well as traditional and original bluegrass music in the Deane Center’s Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. Performing will be Billy Gilmore on banjo, mandolin, fiddle, guitar, Dobro and pedal steel; Steve Pruett, on acoustic and electric mandolin; Jared Wornack on Dobro; Jon “Lone Murph" Murphy on electric and upright bass; and Brian Drysdale on drums and percussion. This South Florida band has been rearranging Grateful Dead songs in their own bluegrass style since the ensemble was first formed in 1998. It is their way of paying homage to the music and cultural legacy of America's first folk rock band, one of the most influential groups in the last 50 years. Because this is a BYOB event, concertgoers are encouraged to bring their own favorite beverages and snacks. Tickets are $15 and free for children 12 and under accompanied by an adult. To reserve a table and for tickets, call 570-724-6220 or visit

Celebration of Life Service planned for Jan. 28

A Celebration of Life service for families and friends who have lost a loved one will be held on Sunday, Jan. 28 at 3pm in the United Methodist Church of Wellsboro, located on the corner of Main and Queen Streets. UPMC Susquehanna’s hospice team will host the service and ask those who would like to attend to RSVP by Friday, Jan. 5 by calling Bob Coppadge or Mary Owlett at 570-723-0760.


Robert Burns Supper is on Jan. 28 in Wellsboro

Escape the winter doldrums at the 7th Annual Robert Burns Supper, featuring fellowship, poetry, whisky and haggis, on Sunday, Jan. 28, at 3pm at Timeless Destination, 77 Main Street in Wellsboro. “Be prepared to laugh, too,” said Jim Tutak, an organizer. After a half hour of socializing, the “meeting” will be called to order. Everyone will take a nip of the nectar - single-malt whisky - and introduce him or herself. A cash bar will be available. The haggis is piped in, followed by a recital of Burns’ "Ode to a Haggis.” Traditionally, during the supper each attendee reads a favorite poem, classical or modern. The supper closes with a lusty singing of "Scotland the Brave" and a more somber rendition of "Auld Lang Syne." The menu includes haggis, neeps and tatties (turnips and potatoes), plus an appetizer, salad, dessert, coffee, tea and soft drinks. Haggis, like good whisky, is difficult to describe. Tutak says it tastes like savory liverwurst; others are less charitable. Despite its ill-deserved reputation, there is usually little left over and even newbies have been known to have second and third helpings. The haggis at Wellsboro is “imported” from Kearny, New Jersey, Tutak's former hometown, where butchers at Stewart’s Scottish Market make over 1,000 pounds each winter for Burns' suppers. The suppers were started in Scotland to commemorate the July 21, 1796, death of that country’s national poet, Robert Burns. The supper date was later moved to the Sunday nearest Burns’ birth date, Jan. 25, 1759, probably because whisky works better in January than July. Burns Suppers take place worldwide on that date. Seating is limited to 30 in Wellsboro. The cost is $40. Reservations are required. For reservations or more information, contact Jim Tutak at 570-723-5049 or

ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor Training

Northeastern Pennsylvania Industrial Resource Center presents Internal Auditor Training to be held Tuesday & Wednesday, February 21 & 22, 8:00am – 4:00pm. This training will be held at Lackawanna College, Towanda Center, 1024 S. Main Street, Towanda, Pa. FMI: 570-704-0018 or

Register now for Shaw Festival Day Trip

Those who go on Hamilton-Gibson’s 14th annual Shaw Festival Day Trip on Saturday, May 5 will check into the lavish “Grand Hotel” where the lives of 10 hotel guests collide on one unforgettable night in Berlin in the Roaring Twenties. This musical is soaring with songs and dance about what happens when people’s deepest, most desperate passions are unleashed. It’s about love, betrayal, jealousy and murder. The performance will be given in the 856-seat Festival Theatre in Niagara-on-the-Lake in Ontario, Canada. This one-day trip is open to adults and children accompanied by adults. All must have valid passports. Space is limited to 40 people. Benedict’s Bus Service will provide transportation. The bus will leave the Whitneyville terminal at 6:30am on May 5 and return by 10pm that night. Other boarding sites are available en route to Canada. The per person price is $135, the same as last year. Included in the price is a seat for the show, transportation and hearing devices for those who request them. Meals are not included. Although immediate full payment is recommended, reservations with a $50 per person deposit will be accepted on a first-come basis. The balance is due by Friday, March 16. If fewer than 20 people sign up, full refunds will be made. For information about passports or the trip or for reservation forms, contact HG Coordinator Craig Devenport at 570-971-2455 or To learn more about the festival, visit

HG Women’s Project Offers Free February Workshops; Register Now

The Hamilton-Gibson Women's Project is reaching out to area women who want to direct, write and act by offering free workshops and read-arounds and an opportunity to have their works performed on stage. “A Change of Scenery” will begin with the two-hour workshop “Interpretation/Adaptation: Why & How” in the Gallery at the Warehouse Theatre in Wellsboro on Wednesday, Feb. 7 from 6:30 to 8:30pm and again on Saturday, Feb. 10 from 9:30 to 11:30am Those who register will learn how to choose a published work that can be legally adapted, how to write a new script and discuss the reasons writers/directors change character genders in adaptations and how knowing the purpose of an adaptation helps actors develop their characters. The "Look, Listen and Learn: Video and Script Excerpts" workshop will be on Saturday, Feb. 24 at Mansfield University. Registrants will see examples of original works and adaptations and discuss the affect the differences had on their experience as audience members. The read-arounds will be in the Warehouse Theatre Gallery on Wednesday, March 7 from 6:30 to 8:30pm, Saturday, March 24 from 9:30 to 11:30am, Thursday, April 5, from 6:30 to 8:30pm and Saturday, April 28 from 9:30 to 11:30am Their purpose is to familiarize women with a variety of scripts and script formats and why they are successful. It also gives writers a chance to bring in their works in progress, hear them read out loud with feedback from other attendees. Co-producing “A Change of Scenery” are Lilace Guignard and Linda Iseri. To register for the workshops and read-arounds, call Hamilton-Gibson Productions at 570-724-2079 or email






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