February 15, 2021
Wayne and Garth promoted "Eat Local" in a Super Bowl commercial.
UPDATED
Many restaurants have reopened for dine-in service; Takeout options continue
Dine-in service has returned to Michigan restaurants. Because seating capacity is limited to 25%, reservations are required or encouraged at most restaurants. Dine-in customers must wear masks until seated at their tables and are required to provide their contact information when they enter.

> Restaurant managers with updates may email jim@harborspringschamber.com.

Here is a list of local restaurants that are open for dine-in and/or offering take-out and curbside pickup.

# = Restaurants that are open for dine-in.

DOWNTOWN HARBOR SPRINGS

# BAR HARBOR - Dine-in service returns from 12-8 weekdays and Sundays plus an extra hour until 9 pm Saturdays. All bar drinks are available for takeout. (231) 526-2671.
# COCHON GOURMET MARKET & Coffee House - Open (almost) daily 7:30AM - 2:00PM and and Saturday-Sunday 7:30AM - 4:00PM. Limited indoor seating available. Masks must still be worn before entering the coffeeshop. Masks may be pulled down once seated to eat or drink only. Window or online orders are still available for curbside service. Order online at CochonMarket.com or by phone, (231) 242-4402. Limited indoor seating available. Masks must still be worn before entering the coffeeshop.
# DEPOT DINING CLUB - Indoor dinner service serving members only from 5:30 to close on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Reservations required, (231) 242-4233. Curbside still available to the public Thursday, Friday and Saturday by emailing order to lstark@depotclubhs.com anytime before 5 p.m. on dinner service days. (Thursday, Friday and Saturday). Curbside pickup is available 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. This week's menu. Visit depotclubhs.com for updates. Seasonal memberships available, inquire within.
# JOHAN'S PASTRY SHOP - Open Monday through Saturday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Customers allowed to sit inside although limited seating. Mask must be worn upon entry and once seated may pull down the mask.
# THE NEW YORK has expanded its hours to 4-9 p.m., 7 days a week. The dining room has reopened and we are also open for curbside carryout dinners. For curbside pick-up, pull around to the back of the restaurant, into the alley and give us a call at (231) 526-1904. Your order will be delivered right to your car. Click here for a our current carry-out menu; beer, wine and groceries are also available plus fresh rolled sushi every Thursday. Give our online ordering and payment system a try, it's quick and easy. Call and place your dinner orders early as we are very busy during the dinner hour.
# PAPER STATION BISTRO - Open for dine-in 4 to 8:30 p.m. Mon-Fri, Sat-Sun also open for breakfast, 9 am to 8:30 pm. Menu and online ordering. 231-242-4680.
# PIERSON’S GRILLE & SPIRITS - Open for dine-in service 11 to 9 weekdays and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Offering takeout, delivery, and heated patio seating every day. Use our online ordering service or give us a call at 231-526-2967.
# SMALL BATCH AT THE CUPOLA - Now open for dine-in. Take-away menu with all-day breakfast, lunch & dinner, all available for dine-in, pick-up, and curbside. Our bakery is open and stocked with treats for take-away as well. Hours: Monday:9-2, Tuesday & Wednesday closed; Thursday, Friday & Saturday open 9-7, Sunday 9-4. Outdoor dining options continue with our igloo and two heated ice shanties. They’re super cozy and seat a maximum of 4. Call to reserve them today as space is limited. 231-242-4686.
# STAFFORD'S PIER - Open Monday thru Saturday 4:30-8:30 with full menu, dining inside, or curbside takeout. Order online at www.staffordspier.comor call 231-526-6201.
# TURKEY’S CAFE & PIZZERIA - Reopening Thursday, Feb. 11 at 430 pm. From then on, we will be back to our normal business hours: 9am-2:30pm and 4:30pm-9pm six days a week, closed on Wednesdays. For Valentine’s Day this Sunday, we are offering a heart-shaped pizza special - small, medium and large - you choose the toppings. 231-526-6041. Website with menu.

> OTHER HARBOR SPRINGS AREA CHAMBER MEMBER RESTAURANTS:

BC PIZZA - Open Sunday 4-9, Tuesday to Thursday 11-9, Friday -Saturday 11-10. Closed on Mondays. Call us for pick-up and delivery. 231-526-2424.
CHANG CUISINE - 231-526-7107. Open for take-out, which you can pick up inside or curbside. Monday - Thursday 11 AM to 8 PM, Friday 11 AM to 9 PM, Saturday 3 to 9 PM.
# CITY PARK GRILL, Petoskey. 11:30a.m, - 9p.m., 7 days. www.cityparkgrill.com. (231) 347-0101.
CROOKED TREE BREADWORKS - Open 8-6 M-F, 8-5 Saturday, closed Sunday. 231-347-9574. Website.
# THE CROW'S NEST - 4601 N State Rd. Dine-in service returns on Fridays and Saturdays and Saturdays from 5-9pm as well as takeout on those days. Reservation are highly recommended with the limited seating allowed. 231.526.6011.
MIM’S MEDITERRANEAN GRILL, 1825 N. US Highway 31, Petoskey. No dine-in yet. Still taking phone orders, (231) 348-9994. Curbside service in back parking lot. Delivery available for $20 minimum order, Monday - Friday from 11am to 3pm. Open Monday - Saturday 11am to 8pm. Closed Sundays and major holidays. Website. www.mimsmediterraneangrill.com
# MOOSE JAW JUNCTION - Open for dine-in and takeout Tuesdays thru Sundays 11:30-9. Call for daily specials. Outdoor seating available. Dress warm! Menu. Read a nice review of Moose Jaw Junction in the Northern Express.
# NORTHERN LIGHTS RECREATION - Now open for dine-in service, and we continue to offer our full menu via take-out. Food orders will be taken at www.NorthernLightsRec.com or you may call us at 231-347-3100. You may place an order as early as 11 am, with pick-up at noon and until 7:30 pm with pick-up by 8 pm, seven days a week. Curbside service available. Our bowling lanes, arcade and laser tag arena are open with up to six people who live in the same household per lane for bowling and per game for laser tag.
# PALETTE BISTRO, Petoskey. 4 - 9 p.m., 7 days. www.palettebistropetoskey.com. (231) 348-3321.
# PETOSKEY BREWING - Open for dine-in from 11:30-9, last call at 8:30 for orders. Offering takeout/curbside pickup food and beer. Order online or by calling 231-753-2057. Check out our heated, outdoor full-service shanties; call to reserve yours today. We have small ones for 2-4 people and large ones for 4-6 people.
POND HILL FARM - From now through March, open Thursday - Monday 11am-6pm. To-go food, beer, wine and hard cider may be ordered via phone at 231-526-3276 or by coming into the cafe to order. All goods will be packed to go. You may eat it outside here or bring it home. Menu and online orders of other products at www.pondhill.com. NEW on Saturdays is Pizza and Sledding Night 1-8 pm. Join us for homemade wood-fired pizza at the farm. Enjoy your food & drinks outside under a heater in our open air tent or out by the bonfire. Wine, beer & hard cider available as well. The trails, gnome house hunt, playground & livestock barn will be open as well.
# ROAST & TOAST, Petoskey. 7a,m, - 6 p.m., 7 days. www.roastandtoast.com. (231) 758-3499.
RODRIGO’S - Take-out and curbside available 4-9pm Monday - Saturday (closed Sunday). 231-412-6077. Menu on Facebook.
# STATE ROAD PROVISIONS - Now open for dine-in service plus walk-in ordering, walk-in pickup, curbside pickup we will run the food to your car - seven days a week from 4-9pm. Order by phone at 231-526-7605, or order dinner online anytime you like during the day and pick it up whenever you like after 4pm. During our hours of operation we will have a bonfire pit rolling for you. We can sell you beer, wine or cocktails to go and you can hang out there. Reserve a pod for 2-6 people in a family. NEW - serving breakfast (menu) from 8 to 12:30 on Saturdays and Sundays.
# TEDDY GRIFFIN’S ROADHOUSE - Dine-in service returns plus two heated outdoor ice shanties have been added, and the outdoor patio is open for cocktail and dinner service. Dress accordingly. Reservations are requested - 231-526-7805. Use our online ordering or call from 4-8PM for takeout.
TOSKI SANDS MARKET & Wine Shop is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 10 to 6 on Sunday. Call 231-347-1571. Website.
# VERNALES - Open for dine-in service Sunday – Thursday from 11:30am – 8:30pm and
Friday – Saturday, 11:30am – 9pm. Now taking Valentines Weekend reservations for Feb. 12-14. Please leave a message with your requested dinner time and number of people in your party. We will return your phone call to confirm your reservation. 231-242-4777. For takeout orders, call ahead to schedule your pickup time or order online.

> Restaurant managers, please email jim@harborspringschamber.com with updates.
This Restaurant & Takeout Guide is included in the chamber's Harbor Happenings weekly newsletter. The rest of our February 11th newsletter is below. If you would like a free subscription, just email jim@harborspringschamber.com.
Now you can pre-order new Harbor Springs Puzzles!

The Chamber will soon be producing our second limited edition 504-piece puzzle with a beautiful summer scene of downtown Harbor Springs. Chamber members have had an early-bird ordering opportunity, and starting today the general public can also order through March 4th for $30. The puzzles will be delivered in late April.

After this presale, a limited number of puzzles will only be available at the chamber office and local retailers. The Chamber’s first puzzle last winter proved extremely popular and sold out quickly. We will continue offering two new puzzles per year - summer and winter.

When they arrive, we will email you to pick up your puzzles from the chamber office. Optional shipping is also available for a fee.


QUESTIONS? Email director@harborspringschamber.com or call 231-526-7999, Monday through Friday.

> Thank you to Dr. Edwin Cohen for the beautiful puzzle photo.
Petoskey, Harbor Chambers join up for virtual Business After Hours next Wednesday

Join the Petoskey and Harbor Springs Chambers of Commerce as we come together for a night of Business After Hours networking from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 17. We encourage you to get takeout and a cocktail from your favorite restaurant, and meet up with your friends and colleagues and also meet some new people. Prizes and fun await you. Here is your link to register, and an event link will then be emailed to you.

Business After Hours will be hosted on the Remo virtual platform, which allows participants to socialize and hop from table to table to chat. Watch this short video to see how REMO works. Also check your computer to make sure it is compatible with Remo.


> Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Your $150 sponsorship includes logo recognition on the Remo platform, 1-2 minutes of Mic time at the event and inclusion in the event promotion. Contact Bonnie Kulp at the Harbor Springs Chamber for more information at 231-526-7999 or director@harborspringschamber.com.
Harbor Springs Restaurant Week scheduled for Feb. 26-March 7; Send us your menus!
The Chamber's Spring Restaurant Week now has 10 eateries signed up, and more may be added by the time it starts. Spring Restaurant Week runs from Friday, February 26th, through Sunday, March 7th.

There are no pre-set price points. Participating restaurants have the flexibility to offer whatever specials work best for them. Here are the participating restaurants so far. We will be adding more menus as they come in:

  • Bar Harbor
  • Boyne Highlands - Menu
  • Mim's Mediterranean Grill - Menu
  • Northern Lights Recreation Center
  • Pond Hill Farm
  • Small Batch
  • Stafford’s Pier - Menu
  • The New York
  • Turkey’s Café & Pizzeria - Menu
  • Vernales - Menu
Restaurant Week is limited to Harbor Springs Chamber-member restaurants, and the participation fee is $50, which will be used for advertising and promotion. Restaurants can sign up and pay that fee online. The sooner you send us your menu and pay the fee, the sooner we will begin promoting you.
It's not too late to buy a brick to help repair Chamber Gazebo at the waterfront
The Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce needs your help. Our beloved gazebo at the waterfront near the Pier restaurant, is in disrepair.

We have an amazing way for to help and have your name or a loved one's name forever memorialized in the walkway to the gazebo.
We are selling stamped bricks to be placed on the walkway to the gazebo to assist with the cost of its repair. This past summer, even with shortened hours and a shorter season, our Gazebo Guys greeted more than 700 people from all over Michigan and the nation.

We plan to have the bricks placed in the spring or early summer with a grand reopening sometime next summer.

Click here to purchase your brick now. Single bricks are $100 (4x8-inches) and double bricks (8x8 inches) are $250. If the certificate is to be a gift mailed to a different address, please make sure to note that address, along with your personal message. Each 4 x 8 brick permits 15 letters and/or spaces per line, two lines maximum. The 8x8 bricks are 4 lines of 15 letters and/or spaces per line. Add this information within the Comments section during check-out.

NOTE: All bricks that are currently placed at the Gazebo will be cleaned and replaced.
March 3rd Business Builders session will help you grow your skills, your network and your business

The Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce and the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce will join forces to bring to you the first in a series of Business Builders events at 9 a.m. Wednesday, March 3. This event, "Staying Motivated during Challenging Times," will be brought to you virtually via Remo.

Find ways to grow and enhance your business skills, grow your network, develop yourself and your business. Thanks to our sponsors CHASE, MEIJER and Tip of the Mitt Score, this series is free of charge and open to anyone to attend. The Petoskey Chamber and the Harbor Springs Chamber are partnering for this event, because it is such an important topic for our businesses and communities at this time. Register today.

Great leadership means connecting, inspiring, and establishing trust which can be challenging and stressful situations make it harder. There’s a scientific reason why this happens and what to do. When you understand why you can put easy fixes to ensure you maintain your motivation to lead.

Our presenter, Cindy Hunt of Journeous, brings years of experience leading system-wide change and in international and domestic education. She has trained thousands of people nationally and internationally. Across all of these environments, what’s common to those who create real and meaningful impact is the ability to communicate and maintain motivation even when times are tough. Cindy will share the science of communication and miscommunication and how it impacts your bottom line.
Judith and Don Caird, both 76 of Petoskey, are registered by Health Department staff member Susan Pulaski at a recent COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Petoskey High School.

Health Dept. guide to getting a COVID-19 vaccine 
Many residents are wondering: “When am I going to be able to get a coronavirus vaccine?” Here’s a guide to help you understand who’s eligible for a shot now, and the different ways to sign up to get one if you work or live in Antrim, Charlevoix, Emmet or Otsego counties.
“The supply of vaccine is limited, and it will take time to vaccinate everyone,” said Lisa Peacock, Health Officer with the Health Department of Northwest Michigan. “We recognize that it is very difficult to wait and be patient during this challenging time,” she said.

The Health Department is providing this flyer with answers to the following questions:

  • Who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine in the health department’s four-county jurisdiction?
  • How do I register for a shot? What if I’m a senior? 
  • I’m registered at several locations. Is this OK? 
  • I’ve pre-registered with the health department. How do I find out where I am on the list? 
  • I already got my shot somewhere else, but pre-registered with the health department. What should I do? 
  • May I get a COVID-19 vaccine in a county where I don’t live? Or if I live in a county only part-time? 
  • How do I sign up for my second COVID-19 dose? 
  • I registered for a vaccine, now what? 
2021 Harbor Springs Special Events Calendar

Some dates are tentative, some are subject to change, pending pandemic restrictions.

* = Chamber events | ** = Chamber Foundation events | *** Other events

Feb. 26 – March 7 – Spring Restaurant Week*
March 18 – State of the Community* (Zoom)
June 15 – Harbor Springs Business and Restaurant Expo * (TBD)
June 24 - August 19 - Street Musique**
June 29 - Night of the Arts Gallery Walk*
July 1 - Blessing of the Fleet, 6 p.m.*** (Historical Society)
July 4 - Parade*, Art Fair, & Fireworks**
July 9-11 – 40th Annual Blissfest*** (TBD)
July 16-17 - Shay Days***
July 30 – Aug 1 - Little Traverse Yacht Club 60th Ugotta Regatta (TBD)
Aug. 12 - Harbor Springs Car Festival**
Aug. 25 – Regional Off the Clock / Business After Hours at Legs Inn* (TBD)
Aug. 20-21 - Sidewalk Sales*
Sept. 18 - Taste of Harbor Springs*
Oct. 1-31 – Skeletons Arise*
Oct. 5 - Harbor Stars Awards Dinner*
Nov. 13 or 11-14 - Ladies Night (Weekend) Out*
Nov. 27 - Christmas Tree Lighting*
Dec. 4 - Merchants Holiday Open House*

>This calendar will be updated in future newsletters and on our website as more details and updates become available.
Newsworthy...


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City of Harbor Springs news

Master Plan survey results - Overall Economic Development

Upcoming city meetings on Youtube:

City Hall has reopened to the public, Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Please consider calling or e-mailing City staff to conduct businesses that does not need to be conducted in person. Due to State epidemic orders, public meetings still must be held remotely for the time being.

City website has details, calendar and more information.
MEMBER NEWS

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Foundation invites grant proposals through March 1

Does your nonprofit organization, school or municipality serve the people of Emmet County, through education, health and human services, environment, arts and culture, recreation, youth or economic development? If so, the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation invites you to submit a proposal for our Spring 2021 grant cycle, open now. Deadline is March 1st. Due to remote work, you can begin the process by emailing our grant team of Sarah Ford and Kassia Perpich at grants@phsacf.org.

You can be a “fan in the stands” with cardboard cutout

In accordance with local health and safety guidelines, spectators are limited or not allowed to attend high school sporting games. However, Harbor Springs High School fans can still have a seat by purchasing a fun cutout photo sign. Show your Ram Pride and take a picture of yourself decked out in Orange and Black and your sign will be displayed in the gym for home games.

All proceeds from this sale support Harbor Springs High School Boosters/Student Council.
All signs are delivered direct to school for display and you get to keep them after the season ends. Order deadline is Feb. 14. Details.
Take-and-make valentines at Historical Society

The Harbor Springs History Museum is open. Stop by during this weekend during Ice Fest to tour the exhibit galleries, snap a photograph with an ice sculpture and pick up a themed craft kit to create a Victorian-inspired Valentine’s Day card. Each kit contains materials, a history of Valentine’s cards and instructions. Kits are free but quantities are limited.
The Harbor Springs History Museum is located at 349 E Main Street in downtown Harbor Springs. Open on Friday & Saturday, February 12-13 from 11am to 3pm. Call 231-526-9771 to reserve your kit or email Beth Wemigwase at beth@harborspringshistory.org.
Volunteers still providing Pouches of Love to seniors

The Pouches of Love volunteer effort that started last August is continuing to provide isolated seniors citizens in our community with a monthly care package. The organizers from Bay View have partnered with the Friendship Center of Harbor Springs.

Most of our contents are donated from the local businesses and residents. How can you help support this program? Some items on our wish list: letter openers, Chapstick, hand soap, water bottles, hand sanitizer (travel size), refrigerator magnets, pocket flashlights, grip jar openers, and arts and crafts projects.

If you would like to donate items or funds, or have ideas for the pouches, contact:
Jennifer Sutkay at 231-526-6061 or hsfriendshipcenter@gmail.com. Donations may also be dropped off at the Harbor Springs Chamber office, 368 E. Main St.
Stafford's exec chef presents series of cooking classes
Stafford’s Hospitality Executive Chef DJ Flynn will present a Cooking Series of four weekly classes as part of North Central Michigan College Lifelong Learning Club. Sessions are held online at 4 p.m. on Wednesdays, beginning Feb. 24. You will be provided an ingredient list to purchase beforehand, so you can cook along and surprise your family with some amazing dishes that day, or simply enjoy watching the expert, and try these recipes later while referring to the recording of the class provided to all students. Bon Appetit!
  • First session ~ Breakfast Foods Wednesday, February 24th.
  • Second session ~ Soup & Bread Baking Wednesday, March 3rd.
  • Third session ~ Entrees Wednesday, March 10th.
  • Fourth session ~ Desserts Wednesday, March 17th.
> Class fee is $95 and you can register here.
Stafford's Executive Chef DJ Flynn
Warm up your valentine's heart with a hot tub

Warm up your body and your valentine's heart with a gift that gives back for years to come - a hot tub from Luxury Bath and Spa. Stop in and grab a gift certificate that is sure to be redeemed. Already have a hot tub? That's ok, wine and dine your valentine with a hot tub date night; we have the perfect hot tub accessories for a great date night dip. Grab a hot tub side table to hold all your date night snacks and a bottle of our Spazazz scented hot tub crystals or our inSPAration aromatherapy scents for a relaxing and heartfelt Valentine's Day!
St. Vincent de Paul Society seeks donated vehicles

The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul needs your help. Low wage earners need transportation to job interviews, to get to and from work, or to travel to medical appointments. Although many of them can find a way to pay for vehicle insurance and maintenance, they cannot afford to purchase a vehicle.

We have been fortunate in the past to have received donated vehicles to pass along to those in need. If you have a vehicle to donate, or know someone who does, call call (231) 526-2017 x 124. Any vehicle, of any age, in running condition is of interest. Your donation will help us provide assistance to those that need it the most.
LYRIC THEATRE - Our concession stand has reopened. Last chance for Rams, Little Fish, & Billie. Advance screening of Land Thursday, 2/11. Minari & Sound of Metal open 2/12 Showtimes and tickets.
Lunch Lectures look at redistricting, trash and Beethoven
North Central Michigan College’s popular Luncheon Lecture series has resumed in a virtual format. All programs will be held on Fridays via Zoom. The presentations are free, however pre-registration is required. Here are the upcoming dates and topics:
February 19 – Redistricting the New Way.
March 5 – Talking Trash.
March 19 – Beethoven and the Ode to Joy.


BOOST YOUR SEO IN FOUR EASY SESSIONS - NCMC Corporate & Community Education and S.C.O.R.E. have partnered with Abuzz Creative on an informative digital marketing series. Boost Your SEO in Four Easy Sessions will be offered on Thursdays, February 25th through March 18th from noon – 1:30. When your SEO is centered around the right audience, your targeted website traffic will increase, resulting in more conversions. Learn SEO basics to get results in the form of potential leads and possible customers. Register here for one class at $30 or all four for $100. Marcie Wolf is the owner Abuzz Creative and provides Digital Marketing for any size business.
Chamber members: help us promote you!

Let us know about your business news, promotions and events by Tuesday for publication each week on Thursday - it’s a free benefit of membership.

> REACH 700+ WITH YOUR AD or press release in Harbor Happenings. You’ll get great local exposure - our newsletter goes out to 1,800 people and is opened by an average of 750 each week. Here are your advertising options:
  • Display ad and web link at the top of the newsletter - $60.
  • Exclusive e-blast featuring your business - $125.

We can create your ad or give you the specs to have your people do it. We invoice you after your ad runs. To send us your news, reserve your ad or ask questions, contact jim@harborspringschamber.com.
HELP WANTED
One post lists your jobs on chamber website and North Central Michigan College
> Chamber members are invited to post their job openings on our Jobs Page. Log in to post, or email angie@harborspringschamber.com for assistance. When you send us your job posting, North Central Michigan College will automatically post it on their jobs board.

> Check our Jobs Page for new listings.
GREAT LAKES ENERGY is actively hiring qualified IT candidates. Open positions include Business Analyst III, Information Technology Specialist, and Network Engineer. GLE is growing and we offer a comprehensive benefit package, including company-paid health care, 401K, and pension. Details.

CONWAY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES – Technician needed for floor care, carpet cleaning, vent cleaning, janitorial and pressure washing. Training provided. Flexible hours. Details.

LITTLE TRAVERSE YACHT CLUB - Seasonal help. Details.

BOYNE HIGHLANDS jobs in housekeeping and food and beverage. Work where you love to play! Details.

HARBOR SPRINGS MATTRESS COMPANY - Mattress production worker. Details.

LUXURY BATH & SPA - Service Technician. Details.

PERRY FARM VILLAGE - Resident Assistant positions available - full-time or part-time, flexible shifts. Details.
Thank you and welcome, new Chamber members!

These local businesses and organizations have joined the Harbor Springs Chamber in recent weeks. We'd love to have you join them - and us!
Business resources and COVID-19 updates

Information around this outbreak is changing rapidly. The latest information is available at Michigan.gov/Coronavirus and CDC.gov/Coronavirus



Covid-19 Resources from the NW Michigan Health Department

Template for a Preparedness and Response Plan for a lower risk business (MS Word)

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