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Montcalm County Commission on Aging

Montcalm County Commission on Aging Promoting a healthy active lifestyle for Montcalm County. We are closed for all Federal Holidays.

Operating as usual

12/07/2022

CHRISTMAS DINNER
Celebrate at one of the meals sites around the county

Monday, December 19th at noon
Curtis Community Center
209 W. Sheldon St., Edmore. Call 989-762-3015 to reserve
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Tuesday, December 20th at noon
CoA, 613 N. State St., Stanton.
Call 989-831-7476 press 1 to reserve
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Thursday, December 22nd at noon

Carson City Meal Site
United Methodist Church, 119 E. Elm St., Carson City
Call 989-831-7476 press 1to reserve

Greenville Area Senior Citizens Center,
715 S. Baldwin, Greenville. Call 616-894-2255 to reserve

Howard City Action Center,
132 E. Edgerton St., HC. Call 616-890-4542 to reserve
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Senior Meals Menu
Roast Beef, Loaded Mashed Potatoes, Asparagus,
Hawaiian Roll and Fruit Crisp

Please reserve by Monday, December 12th at the meal site of
your choice or call 989-831-7476 press 1.

11/23/2022

MUSIC PROGRAM

BOYS FROM
AMSDEN
Music with a message

Thursday, December 8th
12:45pm
CoA, 613 N. State St, Stanton

Come enjoy lunch & music

Lunch will be:
Chili & sandwich

Seniors 60 and over is a $3.00
donation,
under 60 is $6.50 charge

Please reserve your meal by Mon, Dec 5th at noon at 989-831-7476 press #1

CRAFTY HANDSWelcome Sign  Fall or Christmas                 Monday, November 21st                          12:00pm sharp...
11/04/2022

CRAFTY HANDS
Welcome Sign Fall or Christmas

Monday, November 21st
12:00pm sharp!!
$9.00
CoA, 613 N. State St., Stanton

This is a fun project where you will paint and learn some new techniques with chalk paint.
Wear clothes that can get paint on them, and if you have a hand blow dryer please bring it !
All materials supplied.

Payment due at the time of registering.
Please sign up and pay by
Nov 14th at
989-831-7476 press 5.

10/25/2022

AARP FOUNDATION
TAXAIDE

Volunteers desperately needed in
Montcalm County for the 2023 tax season

We are looking for compassionate and friendly people to join our volunteer team. We’ll provide the training and support to help you learn new skills, and you’ll get a great feeling from helping those in need. The program is looking for individuals to volunteer virtually or in person in a number of roles to provide help to taxpayers. Our volunteers come from a variety of industries and span from retirees to college students.

Volunteers fill a variety of roles:
Counselors work with taxpayers directly by filling out tax returns. If you have no previous experience you’ll get the training you need and will also receive IRS certification.
Client Facilitators welcome taxpayers, help organize their paperwork, and manage the overall flow of service.
Technology Coordinators manage computer equipment, ensure taxpayer data is secure, and provide technical assistance to volunteers.
Leadership and Administrative volunteers make sure program operations run smoothly, manage volunteers, and maintain quality control.
Communications Coordinators promote the program to prospective volunteers and taxpayers.
Speak a second language? We have a big demand for bilingual speakers in all roles, especially dedicated interpreters who can assist other volunteers.

You can volunteer in-person or virtually. If interested in any of these volunteer positions, please call 989-831-7476 option 4 and a AARP foundation volunteer will contact you, and help you through the process.

10/12/2022

ASK THE LAWYER

Nicholas J. Ryan, Attorney & Counselor will be here at 2 different times and days to answer questions about Estate Planning, Elder Law, Etc. If you have a question about getting your estate in order this is the place to be!

Tuesday, October 18th at 10am
&
Thursday, October 27th at 6:00pm
Commission on Aging
613 N. State St., Stanton

Please call to reserve your spot at
989-831-7476 option 5.
If you would like to stay for lunch after
the Oct 18th class, please tell us when you register.

The cost for our Soup & Salad Bar is seniors 60 and over is a $3.00 donation, under 60 is $6.50 charge.

10/04/2022

SENIOR DAY AT ANDERSON’S & GIRLS ORCHARD

Come enjoy the fall weather with a day of adventure!

Wednesday, October 12th at 1pm
$8.00 per person (bring cash the day of)

The day includes:
Orchard wagon ride with a stop at the pumpkin patch so you can pick out a pumpkin to take home, cider & donuts. You may also wander around their petting zoo and see over 140 different animals. And if your really adventurous you can purchase some pellets for the goats to eat out of your hands.
They also have a Farmers market & gift shop to explore as well as a Sweet shop that has lunch items and Ice cream

Please call to reserve your spot at 989-831-7476 option 5 by October 7th

09/22/2022

GREENVILLE AND THE GIBSONS
By Dana Kenneth Johnson,
Local Historian & Photo Researcher

Discover the rich history of Greenville and its leaders of industry, including the Gibson and Ranney families of refrigerator fame, the numerous enterprises of R J Tower, and other pioneers and entrepreneurs that built Montcalm County’s largest city.

Thursday, Sept 29th
10:00am to 11:30am
CoA, 613 N. State St., Stanton

Please sign up at 989-831-7476 option 0 by
September 26th and if you would like to come to lunch after class, please tell us when you register.

The cost for our Soup & Salad Bar is seniors 60 and over is a $3.00 donation, under 60 is $6.50 charge.

09/19/2022
INTRODUCTION TO CHALK PAINTING     Monday, September 19th at 1:00pm$3.00           CoA, 613 N. State St., StantonIn this...
09/12/2022

INTRODUCTION TO
CHALK PAINTING

Monday, September 19th at 1:00pm
$3.00
CoA, 613 N. State St., Stanton

In this class you will learn all about clay based chalk paint, why it’s clay based, how to dilute and what it will look like, and techniques you can use with samples. Plus you will be chalk painting a mason jar that you can take home with you. There will be different colors to choose from and a brush will be provided.

Call to sign up by September 14th
at 989-831-7476 press 0.

PAINTING CLASSWith Priscilla Saturday, September 17th9:30 to 11:30am                                                    ...
09/06/2022

PAINTING CLASS
With Priscilla

Saturday,
September 17th
9:30 to 11:30am $20.00
(cash or make checks out to:
Priscilla Jeffers)
CoA,
613 N. State St., P.O. Box 212, Stanton

Create the unsurpassed beauty of Autumn on canvas. Using colors of your choice, whether it be traditional fall sunflower or colors that coordinate with your décor, the instructor will take you step by step into painting your own Timeless painting. The outline will be drawn out for you on the 16” x 20” canvas so you merely have to fill in the spaces. All tools & supplies are provided and no experience is necessary.

Payment due at sign up.
Call to sign up by
September 12th
at
989-831-7476 press 0.

08/30/2022

Calming Computer Jitters XCIS 179 01

Taught by Larry Moss. The cost is $35.

In this introductory class designed for Seniors a basic overview will be presented on the following topics: Introduction to the Computer, social media, Zoom meetings, word processing and emails, safety, shopping on line and various ways to be more productive on handheld devices.

Fri, Sept. 16-30, 1-3 p.m.

G112/Ash TLC in Greenville



Advance registration is required for all courses. Some courses may have a list of materials or a textbook may be required. Visit montcalm.edu/career-development for course details or a link to register online or call MCC’s Greenville campus at 989-328-1012 for more information.

PRESENTS: 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’sTuesday, September 6th1:00pmCoA, 613 N. State St., StantonJoin us to learn abou...
08/29/2022

PRESENTS:
10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s

Tuesday, September 6th
1:00pm
CoA, 613 N. State St., Stanton

Join us to learn about:
The difference between normal aging
and Alzheimer’s
Common warning signs
The importance of early detection and benefits of diagnosis
Alzheimer’s Association resources

Please call 989-831-7476 option 0 to sign up for this class by Friday, September 2nd and if you would like to come for lunch before class, please tell us when you register.

The cost for our Soup & Salad Bar is seniors 60 and over is a $3.00 donation, under 60 is $6.50 charge.

08/24/2022

This trip didn't make it into the September issue of the Senior News.
2022 TRIP PROGRAM
call 989-831-7476 to register, option 4
Trips are refundable after the due date only if there is a waiting list to pull from.

Thursday, November 17th,
Cornwell’s Turkeyville Dinner Theatre Still Dreaming of a White Christmas.
Join us as we take our big vans down to Marshall Michigan to Turkeyville, where we will have a wonderful turkey dinner and enjoy a wonderful musical. You will also have time to visit their bakery & gift shop.
Still Dreaming of a White Christmas is a Cornwell’s original filled with holiday classics. Now a successful foursome on the vaudeville touring circuit, the combined acts of the old war buddies and the sister's is getting a bit stale. To liven things up, they add a sultry young singer to the lineup, which doesn't sit well with his partners. Featuring well-loved favorites such as “Cheek to Cheek,” “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” and of course, “White Christmas,” this stylish evening of 1940s standards will have you dreaming of a white Christmas as well!

This trip cost $68.00 and payment is due at the time of sign up. There is not a lot of seats left on this trip, so don't wait to call and sign up.

08/19/2022

ADVANCE
DIRECTIVES

With Kay Beard, RN,
Infection Control/ Staff Educator
from Sheridan Hospital

Thursday, August 25th from 10:30 to 11:30am

The last thing anyone wants to think about is making end of life decision for a loved one. Join me as we discuss what having an Advance Directive means, why it is so important, define what each piece means and I will happily answer any medical questions. I do not discuss the legal aspects of Advance Directives as I am a Nurse and that is out of my scope of practice. Last but not least we can make an Advance Directive right then for you if you choose to and best of all wait for it…….. it is all FREE. Give your loved ones the greatest gift of all, the freedom from having to make these end of life decisions for you.

Call 989-831-7476 press 0 to register for this class by August 22nd, and if you would like to stay for lunch afterwards, please tell us when you register.

The cost for our Soup & Sandwich is seniors 60 and over is a $3.00 donation, under 60 is $6.50 charge.

08/16/2022

There is still some room in this class:

FROM GERSHWIN TO GODSMACK: A SURVEY OF 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN MUSIC
By Dana Kenneth Johnson,
Local Historian & Photo Researcher

Explore the diverse history of American music in the 20th Century in this introductory 90-minute survey that includes the history and biographies of assorted
musicians, groups and genres.

Thursday, August 18th
10:00am to 11:30am
CoA, 613 N. State St., Stanton

Please sign up at 989-831-7476 option 0

08/05/2022

SEEDS OF
KNOWLEDGE TEA
By the Montcalm Area
Master Gardner’s

Sat, October 8th
1pm
United Methodist Church,
119 E. Elm St., Carson City
$10.00 tickets
(cash or check made out to MAMGA)

The tea includes several kinds of teas and many sweet and savory treats. The proceeds from this event are used for student scholarships and local Master Gardener projects.

Entertainment - “All that flutters” pollinator gardens and the importance of what you plant to contribute to the environment for pollinators.

The CoA has tickets to sell for this event. You can sign up and pay for this event till
Sept 30th at 989-831-7476 option 4.

08/02/2022

The Montcalm COA has a millage renewal request on the ballot on August 2, 2022 to continue to collect the current rate of .45 mills for an additional 4 years 2023-2026 which will allow us to continue to provide in home services, medical transportation, home delivered meals and more to all older adults aged 60 and above in Montcalm County.

HERITAGE FESTIVAL 2022The 35th Annual Heritage Festival is Aug 4-6 at Montcalm Heritage village on Montcalm Community Co...
07/28/2022

HERITAGE
FESTIVAL 2022

The 35th Annual Heritage Festival is Aug 4-6 at
Montcalm Heritage village on Montcalm Community College’s Sidney campus. The three day celebration features historical displays, events, refreshments and music for all ages.

Thurs, Aug 4th, Honoring Seniors Day 10am
Fri, Aug 5th, Children’s Day
Sat, Aug 6th, “Salute to Veterans” Day

The Commission on Aging will be handing out Free lunch tickets to seniors 60 and older. Because of the high cost in food, there will be a suggested $3.00 donation for lunch. If you wish to contribute there will be a donation box at the ticket table. Lunch will be at the Village Pavilion. There will be lots of fun things going on including musical performances at the Gazebo throughout the day.

07/18/2022

The ABC’s of Medicare

Have questions about Medicare? If so, join Kathy Black-Thies, Medicare Specialist for an informational class including how to sign up for Medicare, the parts of Medicare, your options and more.

Thursday July 21 from 5:30 to 6:30pm
Commission on Aging
613 N State St. Stanton, MI 48888
RSVP
989-831-7476 option 4
This is a non-sales event.

07/13/2022

correction .45 mills

07/13/2022

The Montcalm COA has a millage renewal request on the ballot on August 2, 2022 to continue to collect the current rate of .45 for an additional 4 years 2023-2026 which will allow us to continue to provide in home services, medical transportation, home delivered meals and more to all older adults aged 60 and above in Montcalm County.

PAINTING CLASSWith Priscilla Saturday, July 16th9:30 to 11:30am                                                         ...
07/08/2022

PAINTING CLASS
With Priscilla

Saturday,
July 16th
9:30 to 11:30am
$18.00
(cash or make checks out to:
Priscilla Jeffers)
CoA,
613 N. State St., Stanton

Come paint & create this lovely sunset scene on a 16” x 20” canvas. Step by step instructions will guide you through creating this easy acrylic painting. Take home something you can display with pride knowing you created it yourself. Bring friends and snacks for a super fun time. All tools & supplies are provided and no experience necessary.

Payment due at sign up.
Call to sign up by
July 11th
at 989-831-7476 press 4.

06/28/2022

MICHIGAN
PIONEERS AND
NATIVE
AMERICANS
By Dana Kenneth Johnson,
Local Historian & Photo Researcher

Follow the lives of selected Michigan pioneers and native Americans through their diaries, journals, chronicles, and stories, including Chief Wabasis, Chief Cobmoosa, Captain Robert Walter Hoy, Reverend Ole Amble, August Rasmussen, Stephen Staines, Adelbert Worden, and Sophronia Agatha (Burney) Frayer. This two-part series is free but seating is limited.
2 part series
Thursdays, July 7th & July 14th
10:00am to 11:30am
CoA, 613 N. State St., Stanton

Please sign up at 989-831-7476 option 4 by July 1st
and if you would like to stay for lunch afterwards,
please tell us when you register for the class.

The cost for our Soup & Salad Bar is seniors 60 and over is a $3.00 donation, under 60 is $6.50 charge.

06/27/2022

KEEPING DEMENTIA/ALZHEIMERS AT BAY THROUGH
BRAIN GAMES
With Kay Beard, RN, Infection Control/ Staff Educator
from Sheridan Hospital

Thursday, July 28th from 10:30 to 11:30am
once a month on the last Thursday

Research Shows That Brain Activities Do Help Slow Down Memory Loss

Staying healthy isn’t only about exercising your body, but about exercising your brain as well. Your brain is a muscle, and it needs activity to stay healthy and to preserve cognitive function and memory. Some decline in cognition is normal with age, but there are things you can do to help slow mental decline. The brain is involved in everything we do and, like any other part of the body, it needs to be cared for too. The brain is the most complex organ of the body. It regulates multiple bodily functions, interprets incoming sensory information, and processes our emotions. It is also the seat of memory, intelligence, and creativity. Although the brain gets plenty of exercise every day, certain activities may help boost brain function and connectivity.. This in turn may help protect the brain from age-related degeneration.
Brain exercises can be as simple as actively engaging the brain in everyday tasks. Others are targeted workouts for the brain, specifically designed to enhance memory, cognition, or creativity. People are likely to differ in terms of the brain exercises they find most enjoyable. Come and join me as we engage in some brain activities together.

Call 989-831-7476 press 4 to register for this class by July 25th, and if you would like to stay for lunch afterwards,
please tell us when you register for the class.

The cost for our Soup & Salad Bar is seniors 60 and over is a $3.00 donation, under 60 is $6.50 charge.

06/23/2022

PROJECT FRESH 2022

Project Fresh is a program that provides coupons for fresh produce that can be purchased from local farmers at Farmers markets. If you cannot shop for yourself you can appoint a proxy (a proxy is someone you have to shop for you). The Commission on Aging will once again have coupons to give out.

Requirements:
60 yrs of age or older
Live in Montcalm County
Meet income guidelines (will be verified)
$25,142 Annual Household of 1
$33,874 Annual Household of 2

To receive the coupons, you must complete the necessary paperwork and be able to pick up your coupons from the predetermined locations around the county on distribution day. Due to the limited number of coupons available, you MUST call to register at 989-831-7476 option 4

06/10/2022

AARP DRIVERS SAFETY CLASS

Tuesday, June 28th
8:30am to 4:30pm,
613 N State St., Stanton.

Cost: $20.00 AARP members or
$25.00 non members.
Payment made to the instructor at the beginning of class.
FREE to United Healthcare Insurance policy holders

AARP Drivers Safety Class can help lower your insurance cost. Some insurance companies will give you a discount if you have had this course. The certificate is good for 3 years, so call your insurance company today to see if they give discounts for this certificate. This is a classroom driver refresher course for drivers age 50 and older. The course explains the changes that occur in vision, hearing, reaction time as we age, and provides useful driving safety tips for handling these changes.

You will have a working lunch so you can bring your lunch or get lunch from our soup & salad bar. The cost for lunch is seniors 60 and over is a $3.00 donation, under 60 is $6.50 charge.

Call 989-831-7476 press 4 to register for this class by June 24th, and if you would like lunch tell us when you register for the class.

SUMMER BIKING CLUBEvery 2nd & 4th  Monday of the month at 10amJune 13thJune 27thLove to bicycle?  Join your club leaders...
06/06/2022

SUMMER BIKING CLUB

Every 2nd & 4th
Monday of the month at 10am
June 13th
June 27th

Love to bicycle? Join your club leaders Jim & Barb in Greenville on the Fred Meijer Trail for a bit of fresh air, fun and exercise. We will be meeting at the parking area on the corner of Greenville West Dr and Shearer Rd. in Greenville. This is where you can park your vehicle and unload your bike or meet us on your bike at this location. From there we will be getting on the Fred Meijer-Flat River Trail to ride bikes.

Please call 989-831-7476 option 4 to register for this group.

05/05/2022
ARTS & CRAFTS WITH PRISCILLABohemian Wall HangingWednesdayApril 27th9:30 to 11:30am$20.00(cash or make checks out to: Pr...
04/14/2022

ARTS & CRAFTS
WITH PRISCILLA
Bohemian Wall Hanging

Wednesday
April 27th
9:30 to 11:30am
$20.00
(cash or make checks out to:
Priscilla Jeffers)
CoA,
613 N. State St.,
Stanton

Come create your own
Bohemian Wall Hanging using silk
flowers, fabric and ribbons. This craft is fairly easy using a 9” wooden hoop and a glue gun.

Payment due at the time of registering.
Please sign up by April 22nd
at 989-831-7476 press 4.

04/08/2022

WEST CENTRAL MICHIGAN
GHOST TOWNS
By Dana Kenneth Johnson,
Local Historian & Photo Researcher

There were many towns, villages and historical sites in west central Michigan that either no longer exist or their names have been lost to time. This ten-part series explores those lost and forgotten places in Montcalm and surrounding counties. Each 90-minute session in this ongoing series will be presented at 10am, every Friday. Admission is free but seating is limited. Please call 989-831-7476 option 4 to reserve your place for this informative series.


Ongoing Series from April 15th to June 17th
10:00am to 11:30am
CoA, 613 N. State St., Stanton

Friday, April 15th
Friday, April 22nd
Friday, April 29th
Friday, May 6th
Friday, May 13th
Friday, May 20th
Friday, May 27th
Friday, June 3rd
Friday, June 10th
Friday, June 17th

Please sign up at 989-831-7476 option 4 by April 13th

CRAFTY HANDS                           Monday                        March 21st                             1:00pm      ...
03/10/2022

CRAFTY HANDS

Monday
March 21st
1:00pm
$4.00
CoA, 613 N. State St., Stanton

Join us in having fun making these adorable little baskets of flowers. These little balsam wood
baskets are approx. 5” x 3”
You can paint it any color or leave plain, add some bling,
then arrange a variety of artificial flowers.
All materials supplied.

Payment due at the time of registering.
Please sign up and pay by March 14th
at 989-831-7476 press 4.

02/22/2022
02/11/2022
01/26/2022
Free VHS movies!  Call 989-831-7476 option 4 if you want them.
08/27/2021

Free VHS movies! Call 989-831-7476 option 4 if you want them.

08/26/2021
06/14/2021
04/07/2021
03/24/2021

Tomorrow at 1:00 pm (Wednesday, March 24th) Montcalm County Central Dispatch will be participating in the Statewide Tornado Drill. AGAIN, THIS IS JUST A DRILL.

Address

613 N State St
Stanton, MI
48888

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 4pm
Tuesday 8am - 4pm
Wednesday 8am - 4pm
Thursday 8am - 4pm
Friday 8am - 4pm

Telephone

(989) 831-7476

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Yesterday was International Pi Day, Mission Point of Greenville celebrated with BINGO at the Montcalm County Commission on Aging .

Partner Spotlight: Our Older Americans Act partner Montcalm County Commission on Aging has been working diligently to ensure their older adults have meals during this time, and sometimes this means getting a little creative! Meal delivery driver Phil Edwards thought of this clever solution for the extra coolers that were needed to hold food. The CoA has been conducting fewer deliveries each week to limit physical contact, so the meal distributions are larger than normal, therefore Phil added a trailer to the back of his car to accommodate the additional food load. We are thankful to have such dedicated partners!
MONTCALM COUNTY FOOD HELP DURING COVID-19 APRIL 2020- This list is what I have currently there maybe more added as I am getting more information. Please feel free to let me know if you have more to add or if something needs to be corrected. Thank you all for your support and help in the community.Feel free to share.

CARSON CITY
CARSON CITY COMMUNITY FOOD BANK
404 N. Division St- (989)584-6044 Alan Adkins
Tuesday 10am-12pm. TEFAP Distribution Site. Please bring valid picture id with address

CRYSTAL
CRYSTAL LAKE COMMUNITY CHURCH
122 S. Main St.- 989-235-2522 Amanda Beach
Tuesday 1pm-3pm. Serving Crystal and Carson City area, no restrictions at this time

EDMORE
MONTABELLA MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION
404 E. Main St (Behind the Red Lantern).- 989-427-5575
Tuesday mornings are when you can sign up for a time, Wednesday is when you pick up your
food. Please bring birth certificate

GOWEN
SETTLEMENT LUTHERAN CHURCH
1031 Johnson Rd.- 616-984-5442 Ron
Thursday 2pm-5pm

EMERGENCY FOOD BANK
616-255-9827

GREENVILLE
ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH
9866 S, Greenville Rd.-616-754-6676 Nancy Lamere
Wednesday 5:30pm-7:30pm Food Bank. Serving Greenville School District

BREAD OF LIFE FOOD PANTRY
6596 S. Vining Rd (Greenville Community Church)- 616-240-0079
Tuesday/Thursday 12pm-3pm. Drive-up

HOWARD CITY
HELPING HANDS
1105 S. Ensley Rd.- 231-937-5177
Monday/Wednesday/Thursday 10am-2pm. Serving Tri-County School District. TEFAP
Distribution site. Please bring a picture ID.

LAKEVIEW
LAKEVIEW MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION PANTRY
Corner M46 & M91 (Lakeview Community Church)
Thursday 12-3pm curbside

RIVERDALE
M46 TABERNACLE FAMILY MINISTRIES
11098 E. M46- 989-233-1540
Tuesday 10-11am. Anyone is welcome. Please bring proof of id and you can get in line to drive
to the food pantry in the back.

STANTON
STANTON COMMUNITY OUTREACH
415 N. Mill St. (Trinity Church office)-989-831-5728
1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month 10:30am-12pm. Serving those with a Stanton address.
Please bring current ID and proof of Stanton address. May come every 30 days.

FOOD TRUCK
CENTRAL MONTCALM HIGH SCHOOL PARKING LOT
Every other Thursday starting April 30th thru June 25th from 4:30-5:30pm
Five-part series on Montcalm County History begins Thursday, September 12, 2019, at 10am. Presentations are free and open to the public.
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