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November, 2002

Below are the updates from earlier Pinedale Online front pages for those of you who would like to know what's been happening in our area.

Shoenberger to Ski the Stage in Pinedale
The Drift
Annual Turkey Trot 5000

Annual Gift Fair
Moving Waters Exhibit
Pinedale Turkey Shoot
Pinedale Snow Explorers Snowmobile Club Membership Drive

Local Musicians go to Honor Band/Choir (11/11/02)
PTC Ski & Sports Swap (11/10/02)
Angel Tree Project (11/10/02)
Election Results
Draft Wolf Managment Plan to be presented at Open Houses in Wyoming
BLM Seeks Comments on Upper Green River Special Recreation Management Area
Eden Valley History Program (11/2/02)
Cowgirls on Parade (11/2/02)
McKenzie Hartwig Volleyball Tournament (11/1/02)
Pinedale Music (11/1/02)
Christmas Tree Permits Available

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Pinedale Hockey Rink.  Photo by Pinedale Online.

The ice skating rink has its first layer of ice for the season. Overhead black curtains shade the ice from the melting rays of the sun. Several more floodings will be needed before hockey lines can be laid down, and then more layers of ice before it is ready for skaters. Photo by Pinedale Online.

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Schoenberger to Ski the Stage in Pinedale
Friday & Saturday, November 22-23
, Pinedale Auditorium, 7:30 pm
On November 22nd and 23rd, performing artist and wo
rld champion skier Alan Schoenberger will appear in Pinedale with his unique stage snowless ski performance, "Schoenberger Skis the Stage". Schoenberger has spent more than two decades cultivating a stage career that blends magic and the beauty of skiing with vanguard circus arts and ski dance. During his performance, he transforms the theater into a virtual swirling mountaintop with unique staging apparatus. He entertains the audience by combining the metaphysical skills and charm of the European circus with the surreal imagery of figure skiing. It is a whimsical fusion of fast-paced clown, juggling, unicycle, slapstick, balancing acts and stage, performed live on stage, on skis-without a single flake of snow. Schoenberger performed during the Salt LAke City 2002 Winter Olympic Games and across the United States. The two performances in Pinedale are sponsored by The Turning Point Ski Foundation. Proceeds to benefit the new USSA Ski Clubs for alpine, nordic and freestyle skiing and the volunteer National Ski Patrol at White Pine Ski Area and Resort. Advance tickets are $10.00. Box office ticket price is $12.00. Children under 6 free. Tickets are available at the usual Pinedale ticket outlets or online at:

The Drift
For those of you who are wondering, "What's going on in Pinedale?", we've compiled a number of tidbits View of Pinedale, Fremont Lake, and the Wind River Mountains from  the Mesa south of Pinedale mid November. Photo by Dave Bell.that attempt to give a picture to answer that question. These items don't really fit well into a story, so we're presenting them here more as a collection of observations and things that aren't really news, but may be of interest to you.
Around town:
The snow is almost melted off in town with just some small piles lingering here and there. Grass is back and even still green in some protected locations. We had a couple of inches of snow on the ground a few weeks ago, but no measurable new snow since then. Even the icicles have all fallen off the roof eves. Daytime temperatures have been lingering around the 20s. Frost has to be scraped off the car windows each morning. Snowpack readings in the mountains range from about a foot to 2 foot accumulation between Big Sandy in the southern Wind River Range, Blind Bull Summit in the Wyoming Range, and Gunsight Pass in the Upper Green. You can tell everyone is ready for snowmobiling season to begin as the covers are taken off the machines and folks have them loaded up in the back of their trucks as they drive around town.
   The Pinedale Hockey Association has started flooding the ice skating rink on the west side of town. It will take several floodings over the next several weeks before the ice is ready for hockey lines to be put down. Then new layers of ice will be laid down on top of that before the rink is ready for skating. The black curtains above the rink help shade the ice and reduce the temperature over the rink to preserve the ice during the day. The shades make it possible to start skating earlier in the season and approximately 1-2 weeks later at the end of the season by keeping the direct sun off and melting the New Shell Oil building on the west end of town just south of the Pinedale Entertainment The rink has hours for recreational free skating as well as scheduled times for youth and adult ice hockey team practice and games.
   The Sublette Hi-Country Senior Citizens Center is in the process of planning and designing a new building. The process is in the pre-final review stage with Providence Architecture. Anyone interested in giving input can call 307-367-2881.
   There seems to be new construction going on all over town. The biggest new building on the west end of town is the almost completed Shell building Construction at the Sublette County Courthouse. Old Library building converted to new Circuit Court is on the right. just south of the Pinedale Entertainment Center. Work progresses on the remodeling of the new courthouse and jail complex and the old library has been converted into the new circuit court building. The Town of Pinedale is remodeling their town shop just west of Pine Creek and expanding their facilities. New duplexes and multi-family units are springing up in many places on the west end of town. Redstone Properties has many building lots for sale close to Pinedale. Old Brazzill Ranch development area one mile south of Pinedale.Just south of Pinedale, the Old Brazzill Ranch subdivision has been approved for 35+ acre parcels and several smaller lots near Aspen Storage Units. Developers are in the process of erecting a new entry gate for that large tract development south of Ponds Edge east of Hwy 191. Pinedale's newest real estate agency, the Pinedale Branch office of Sotheby's, opened last June. The fine art and collectibles auction services company added real estate brokerage and marketing to their business in 1976 and has a global network. The Pinedale Branch office offers land, residential, farms, ranches and commercial properties. Local real estate agencies offer a wide range of properties for building your in town home or out of town ranchette on 35+ acres. If you can afford it, Workers ready the logs for the new gateway arch for the Old Brazzill Ranch subdivision road south of Pinedale.  Lots available will be 35+ acres in size.there are also several multi-million dollar ranches for sale in the county.
   During the summer, new "right turn only" signs appeared at the Pinedale Post Office parking lot to make it easier and safer for drivers exiting the Post Office to merge onto Pine Street. The Sheriff's Office, Pinedale Post Office and Town of Pinedale worked together to get the new signs posted at the parking lot. Despite the new signs and brightly painted red "no parking" markings on the curb in front of the building, locals don't seem too inclined to change their ways. So far the Sheriff's Office hasn't been writing tickets for those who still are determined to cross the lanes and turn left.
   It has been a challenge over the past couple of weeks trying to figure out how to get into Faler's as the construction progresses to correct the drainage problems on Bridger Avenue across from the Bank of Pinedale. Bright orange cones move around closing one entrance or another as the work proceeds. Customers zig zag around the large dump trucks, equipment and workers on the job trying to learn the new traffic flow pattern of the week. Usually at least two of the three entrances are open, but you never know in a given week which two those are. The main entrance from the highway is expected to be closed off for just a short while longer as crews complete all the work they can do for now and then shut down for the season. And speaking of Faler's, they just completed renovation of the inside installing new freezers and completly revamping the check-out stands with those new moving belt grocery movers and customer computer display screens showing items purchased.
   Calamity Jane's, the restaurant in the back of the World Famous Corral Bar, is being converted to Pinedale's first sports bar. Sports enthusiasts will be able to enjoy their favorite games on the 53" big screen tv and other televisions located around the bar.
   If you're into playing music, you can go over to Stockman's every Wednesday night from 8-12 pm and join in on the jam sessions. All musicians and patrons are welcome. Rumors Cafe behind the Post Office closed its doors for good earlier this month, leaving many of us greatly missing the wonderful food and company.
   What does it cost to live in Sublette County? We're rated as having the 6th highest Cost of Living of the 23 counties in Wyoming according to the Wyoming Department of Administration and Information Economic Analysis Division. Teton County is rated the most expensive place to live. During the 2nd quarter of 2002, the average two bedroom, unfurnished apartment cost $472/month excluding utilities. Rent for a two or three bedroom home was $611/month, excluding utilities.
   Unemployment for the county increased a bit in September, going from 1.9% to 2.3%. Still, that's lower than the state average in Wyoming of 3.3%. Jobs needed in the county range from service industry needs, construction, the medical field, and oil and gas profession workers.
   The Sublette Swimmers took 4th place at the 3A State meet in Gillette earlier in the month, losing out to Jackson, Newcastle and Lander. Twelve teams competed in that meet. The Sublette team is composed of swimmers from throughout Sublette County. The Pinedale High School Lady Wrangler Volleyball team took 2nd place from the 2A State Championships. Volleyball Coach Bev Walker received the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors for the 5th time!
December 6th: The 9th Annual Museum of the Mountain Man Wreath Auction takes place at 6 pm at the Pinedale Entertainment Center. There will be a complimentary holiday buffet and cash bar. This wonderful annual event helps support the Museum.
December 7th: The Pinedale Lions Club is holding their 13th Annual Snowmachine Raffle drawing for a 2003 Polaris RMK 700, 144-inch track. Only 225 tickets will be sold for $50 each. The reverse drawing will begins at noon at Bucky's Outdoors in Pinedale with many door prizes. The proceeds benefit the PinedaleShelter Park playground just north of the Pinedale town boundary, a couple of blocks northwest of the Pinedale Elementary School. Lions Club's non-profit programs including providing eyeglasses for the needy, helping Pinedale schools acquire a braille reader for blind students, and working with the McMurry Foundation on improvements to the new playground in Shelter Park in north Pinedale. Tickets are available from any Lions Club member or at Big J's Auto Parts or Bucky's Outdoors in Pinedale.
December 21st: The Daniel Community Center is having their Christmas Party at 630 pm at the Daniel Schoolhouse. The Community Center will provide beverages, turkey, potatoes, gravy and stuffing. Participants are asked to bring potluck salads, desserts and your own flatware. Bring a gift marked with your child's name for Santa to give.
There are a number of popular events that AREN'T taking place this winter:
Pinedale 100 Snowmachine Race, Pinedale Classic Sled Dog Race, Mountain Sled Speed Run, Green River Rondy Sled Dog Race
White Pine Ski Area hopes to begin their 2002/2003 ski season beginning Thanksgiving this year. They have limited snowmaking capabilities and at least hope to have the Little Spirit lift and run open for kids by the holiday. There are several new runs that will be open for skiers this year on the western side of the mountain and some of the existing trails have been improved. They are also working on an inter-mountain-affiliated ski racing programs for kids kindergarten to 12th grade. The resort plans to host a number of events for nordic, alpine and freestyle skiing this season. The ski shop at the lodge is open Fridays and Saturdays from 10 am until 6 pm and they have a ski lease program available. Skis and snowboards can be rented in Pinedale at Two Rivers Emporium and the Great Outdoor Shop. Season tickets will be available at the pre-season rate of $250 for adults and $200 for youths only until Wednesday, November 20th. After that date, cost for pre-season passes will be $360 for adults and $285 for youths 12 and under.
   Efforts are underway to start a "Youth White Pine Ski Club", an independent organization devoted to promoting youth alpine skiing. This club is not affiliated with White Pine Ski Resort. Anyone interested can attend a sign up meeting on Monday, November 25th at the Sublette County Library in Pinedale at 5:30 pm.
Oil & Gas
The Pinedale office of the Bureau of Land Management approved the Veritas Merna 3-D Geophysical Project which involves seismic exploration for natural gas of 265 square miles centered in Daniel. The Merna Project originally included the Hoback Ranches area, but that was later dropped from the project. The BLM only received 21 letters from the public about the project expressing concerns for crucial wildlife winter range, migration routes, sage grouse habitat, wetland and riparian areas, and discharges and surface disruption. The BLM issued a report finding no significant impact for the project in early October.
   The oil and gas industry contributes the lions share of the sales tax revenues collected in Sublette County.
Sublette County Recreation Planning
The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public comment on the Warren Bridge Recreation Plan for the Upper Green River Special Recreation Management Area. The BLM Pinedale Field Office will be hosting a series of meetings during the week of November 18th to discuss recreational project plans. An open house will be held on Friday, November 22nd in the BLM Pinedale Field Office conference room to review the recreational conceptual project plans. Projects concern improving existing recreational facilities and river access along nine miles of the Upper Green River near the Warren Bridge Campground approximately 22 miles northwest of Pinedale.

Annual Turkey Trot 5000
Thursday, November 28
, Thanksgiving morning
This 3 mile fun run, walk or trot has been a tradition on Thanksgiving morning for many years now in Pinedale. It starts at the home of Craig and Ellen Sheppard in south Pinedale at 22 Sportsmans Loop with participants taking the course at their own pace to start Thanksgiving Day. Registration is at 8:30 am at Sheppard's house. Look for the orange cones to find the place. The race starts promptly at 9 am. Participants must register (for newspaper article info and also to see how many contestants are in the event). It does not cost anything to participate, but to get the long sleeved "World Famous" Turkey Trot T shirt, there is a charge. Orders for the shirts will be taken race day and the shirts will be delivered as soon as they get printed. For more information, call Craig or Ellen Sheppard at 307-367-4654. Hope to see you there!

Annual Holiday Gift Fair (11/19/02)
Don't miss the annual Gift Fair to be held on Saturday, November 23rd at the Sublette County Library in Pinedale. This is your chance to get some great gifts for your family and friends and do it by shopping locally and helping local merchants. Vendors at the Fair will include BeautiControl Bath & Body Gifts, Creative Memories, The Grand Basket, Longaberger, PartyLite Candles, Pampered Chef, Stampin'Up! and Tupperware. Come and bring a friend!

The Mesa above the New Fork River. Photo by Dave Bell.
View of the Mesa above the New Fork River.
Photo by Dave Bell. For more of Dave's photos, please go to our Photo Gallery.

Moving Waters Exhibit, History and Meaning of the Colorado River, comes to Pinedale
Friday, November 15

The concluding program and reception for the Moving Waters exhibit, a seven-state project which explores the history and meaning of the Colorado River, will be held in the Lovatt Room of the Pinedale Library at 6:30 pm on Friday, November 15th. From December 2001 through July 2002, the seven states that share the waters of the Colorado (Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming) have been collaborating on a project to generate regional consciousness of the river. The Green River, a major tributary of the Colorado River, has its headwaters in the northern Wind River Mountains in Green River Lakes. The Moving Waters exhibit involves 22 communities, some along the river, some far from the river, but all dependent on the river. The Pinedale Middle School Technology class created a web site, "The River WE Know" at: The program on Friday evening will include humanities scholar and moderator Anne MacKinnon who will lead a historical panel with longtime background and involvement in Wyoming water rights. This lecture/discussion/deate will focus on classic water law cases and issues centered around the Green River. The program is sponsored by the Wyoming Council for the Humanities, the Sublette County HIstorial Society, and the Museum of the Mountain Man. More about the Moving Waters exhibit can be found at the web site,

Pinedale Turkey Shoot
Saturday, November 16
Shooters, come to the Pinedale Turkey Shoot on Saturday, November 16th for a day of fun. The event will take place from 11 am-3 pm at the Trap Field in the Pinedale Shooting Complex behind the Industrial Park west of Pinedale. There will be shotgun games, Annie Oakley Stump Shoots, and Trap. Any gauge 71/2 or smaller shot. For more information, call 307-367-2307.

Love to snowmobile? Join the Pinedale Snow Explorers Snowmobile Club!
Saturday, November 16
The Pinedale Snow Explorers Snowmobile Club is a very active organization that holds many snowmobiling events throughout the winter, and summer, including snow drags and races, poker runs, the Pinedale 100 Snowmobile Race, grass drags, and family events. They are holding their annual membership drive on Saturday, Novemer 16th from 6:30-8 pm at Wind River Rendezvous Pizza in Pinedale. There will be a free roast beef buffet for all renewals and new members for the 2002-2003 season, but you need to RSVP to Debbee at Bucky's Outdoors by Tuesday, November 12th, at 307-367-4561. Annual dues for members will be collected at this meeting. The popular Pinedale Snow Explorers Snow Drags are scheduled for February 1, 2003, so mark your calendars.

Local musicians to participate in Southwest Wyoming Honor Band and Choir (11/11/02)
Contributed by Craig Sheppard
On Thursday and Friday, November 14th and 15th, twenty one Pinedale high school musicians will participate in the annual Southwest Wyoming District Honor Band and Honor Choir. These students will practice with other musicians from the area schools for two days at Mt. View and will perform a concert on Friday night in the Mt. View High School Auditorium. They were selected from nominations sent in by the directors from the nine schools participating in this clinic/concert.
   The all district honor choir will be directed by Steve Grussendorf. He is currrently teaching vocal music at Natrona County High School in Casper, Wyoming. The all district honor band will be under the direction of Gary Glass who now is teaching instrumental music in Evanston, Wyoming.
   Pinedale members in the Honor Choir are Katherine Bennett, Tillie Bennett, Amanda Adams, Amanda Hyatt, Sam Nelson, Jami Anderson, Melanie Stevens, Shuree Youngberg, and Greg Allen. Pinedale band members selected to the Honor Band were Laurel Bennet and Casey Dean - flute, Forrest Maclean, Sara Domek and Kari Boroff - clarinet, Jessica Transtrum, Wes Gooch and Adam Mrak - trumpet, Coulter Stroud, Cassie Lovato and Allie Maxam - alto saxophone and Parker Stowe - baritone saxophone.
   These students are under the direction of Gena Anderson - Pinedale High School Choir Director and R. Craig Sheppard - Pinedale High School Band Director. Schools participating will be Lyman, Mt. View, Evanston, Cokeville, Jackson, Kemmerer, Star Valley, Big Piney and Pinedale.
   These students will be performing at 7 PM Friday November 15th in the Mt. View High School Auditorium. The concert is free to the public and all are encouraged to attend this annual display of Southwest Wyoming's finest young high school musicians.

PTC All Sports Swap (11/10/02)
Saturday, November 16, 2002
Hey skiers! Here's your chance to swap all of your winter sports equipment, and get a chance to win a season ski pass at White Pine Ski Area. On Saturday, November 16th, the Parents and Teachers for Children (PTC) is holding a Ski & Sports Swap at the Pinedale School Cafeteria from 8 am until 1 pm. You can drop off your equipment for the swap on Friday from 5 pm-6:30 pm, but please just bring good, clean equipment in working order! There will be jackets, skis, ski boots, hockey equipment and more. The PTC will receive 25% of each sale, and the original owner of the equipment will get a check for 75% within one week of the sale. White Pine Ski Area has graciously donated one season pass to be raffled off for $5 per ticket. Raffle tickets for the White Pine Ski Area season pass are available for $5 from PTC Board Members and at the Swap, and you need not be present to win. For more information, please call Jennifer Binning at 307-367-4789.

Angel Tree Project (11/2/02)
The Hi-Country Senior Citizen Center is once again sponsoring their Angel Tree project in Pinedale. This project benefits needy children and adults who 'need an angel' at Christmas. Angel trees or wreaths will be up by November 15 at the Cowboy Shop, Faler's General Store, the Pinedale Library, First National Bank and the Bank of Pinedale. For more information, call the Senior Citizen Center at 307-367-2881.

Winter arrives in Pinedale. Lodge at Pinedale web cam photo.
Winter makes an appearance, caught on the Lodge at Pinedale web camera. Click to go to Camera Page
Photo by Dave Bell. For more of Dave's photos, please go to our Photo Gallery.

Draft Wolf Management Plan Presented at Open Houses in Wyoming
Comments Due December 12th

Wyoming Game & Fish
After approving the draft gray wolf management plan this week, the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission announced the draft plan will be presented at open houses across the state. Interested parties can submit written or email comments through 5 p.m. Dec. 12.
   The open houses feature a 5-minute continuous loop Power Point presentation presenting the highlights of the draft plan. The major components of the plan will also be displayed on poster boards at the open houses. G&F employees will be on hand to answer questions. Forms will be available for written comments to be submitted at the meeting or taken home and mailed. Verbal comments will not be recorded at the meetings. The open houses run 6-9 p.m.
Nov. 13 Jackson Snow King
Nov. 14 Afton National Guard Armory
Nov. 15 Pinedale Pinedale Entertainment Center
Nov. 18 Cody Holiday Inn
Nov. 19 Lander The Inn at Lander
Nov. 20 Sheridan Holiday Inn
Nov. 20 Rock Springs Western Wyo. College, Room 1003
Nov. 21 Casper G&F Regional Office
Nov. 21 Laramie G&F Regional Office

The draft plan will be posted on the G&F Web site at by Nov. 9. Written comments can be emailed to or mailed to:
   Wolf Plan
   Wyoming Game and Fish Department
   5400 Bishop Blvd.
   Cheyenne, WY 82006

The plan will be revised from the comments received and presented to the commission in January 2003. Any additional revisions resulting from the meeting will be incorporated and taken back to the commission for final approval at its February meeting. The plan will have to be approved by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service before that federal agency will begin the process to remove gray wolves from the endangered species list.
   The draft plan was constructed from comments received from scoping meetings held across Wyoming in July. The gray wolf was reintroduced by the federal government to Yellowstone National Park in 1995. Subsequent growth and expansion of the population has made removing it from the endangered species list possible as soon as 2004. Anyone requiring auxiliary aids to attend an open house should call (307) 777-4501. The G&F supports the Americans with Disabilities Act. Every effort will be made for reasonable accommodations.

BLM Seeks Comments on Upper Green River Special Recreation Management Area
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking public input for recreation facility improvements for the Upper Green River Special Recreation Management Area. The recreation project plan will direct the improvement of facilities and twelve existing river access sites on a nine mile reach of publicly administered lands located upstream from US Highway 191 in Sublette County, Wyoming along the Green River. The nature of the improvements may be in the form of improving roadway access, providing potable water, formalizing camp ground sites, adding more picnic tables, the addition or reduction of boating access points, upgrading toilet facilities and perhaps restricting access.
    Prior to preparation of a plan that recommends any improvements, the BLM seeks input from stakeholders, interest groups and the general public. The incorporation of stakeholder desires, issues and needs early in the planning process prevents the need to retrofit the plan based upon unforeseen, yet important considerations at the end. The BLM plans on accomplishing the BLM's objective by conducting a series of stakeholder/interest group meetings at the Sublette County Library during the week of November 18. A general public meeting is planned for Wednesday evening November 20th. They will meet with the stakeholder/interest groups independently allowing all interested parties to express their respective opinions and issues. During the dialogue, the BLM will be documenting all input and share the information with other stakeholder groups as the dialogue progresses. A BLM staff planner/designer will be present during the meetings to prepare plan concepts that respond to the stakeholder comments.
On Friday, November 22, the BLM will hold an open house during the late afternoon and early evening hours. The draft plan concepts and design features will be presented in the form of various alternatives. At this time, the participants may provide additional comments and express their preference for a particular alternative. The participants may at this time suggest modifications to the particular concepts and proposed actions which may improve the overall project design.
   For more information, contact: Martin Hudson, Pinedale Field Office Recreation Planner, Bureau of Land Management, P.O. Box 768, Pinedale, WY 82941, Office phone: (307) 367-5315, email:

Eden Valley History Program (11/2/02)
November 9, 2002
The Eden Valley History Project will be sponsoring a program featuring stories and sharing of photographs by long-time area residents Bob McMurry, Paul McCracken, Joann Zakotnik and Kathie Roghair. The program, entitled "The Past Retold: A Sharing of Stories by Eden Valley Residents" will be held at the Farson/Eden High School auditorium on Saturday, November 9th at 2 pm. Audience members will be invited to share their memories during the discussion at the end of the program. The program is free to the public and refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the program.
   The Eden Valley History Project Planning Committee also invites past and present Eden Valley residents to help in the gathering of stories for a second book about the community's history. People are encouraged to help by writing a story of their own or their family's experience in the Eden Valley, by being interviewed for an oral history, or by contributing letters, journals, photographs, diaries or other documents about the history of the area. A limited number of copies of the first Eden Valley History Project book, "Our Valley", which is now out of print, are still available.

Cowgirls on Parade (11/2/02)
November 10, 2002
Don't miss the Cowgirls on Parade Green River Valley Cowbelles Style Show on Sunday, November 10th from 4-6 pm in the Sublette Center Heritage Room. The $10 admission charge will go towards the Cowbelles Education Fund which is used to provide college scholarships and scholarships for teachers to attend Ag in the Classroom training. Refreshments will include beef hors d'oeuvres and wine, tea, and crumpets. Door prizes will be given. Fashions modeled will be by the Great Outdoor Shop, Western Trails Boutique and the Cowboy Shop. Tickets are available at the Sublette County Extension Office. For more information, call 307-367-4380 or 307-276-3301.

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