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ACED Annual Meeting
Thursday, October 18
Town Theater, Waukon


5:30-6:30 p.m. Pizza Buffet & Networking
6:30-7:45 p.m. Meeting, Speaker, & Award Presentation


Reminder:  Ballots & RSVPs due October 15, 2018 by 4:30 p.m.

Meeting Agenda

Welcome to Waukon, Waukon Mayor Patrick Stone 
Introduction to Town Theater, Owner John Earp  
Call to Order, Vice President Christina Drahos 
ACED Board & Staff Introductions 
Approval of 2016-2017 Annual Meeting Minutes, Vice President Christina Drahos 
Announcement & Approval of Ballot Results, Director Val Reinke 
Presentation of ACED’s Annual Report, Director Val Reinke 
Guest Speaker, Sara Broers, Midwest Travel Bloggers 
Presentation of Cloy Kuhse Positive Impact Award, ACED Board 
Other Business 
Adjournment

Speaker Announcement

Sara Broers is a social media enthusiast that resides in North Iowa. She is the co-owner of the Midwest Travel Network, co-owner of Home Grown Social Media, CEO of Social Connections, LLC and Travel With Sara. She is also the social media instructor at World Wide College of Auctioneering. She is passionate about helping communities grow their economic base through relationship building that matters in the year 2018. Sara is a proud farmer's daughter, husband to Todd, mother of two grown sons and proud to call Iowa home. 

Award Presentation

The 2018 Cloy Kuhse Positive Impact Award will be announced at the annual meeting!
Past recipients include Norplex, Postville; Wuennecke's City Meat Market, New Albin; TASC, Waukon; Mike Ferring Construction, Waukon; Waukon Dental, Waukon; New Albin Savings Bank, New Albin.

New Albin Savings Bank - Winner 2017
Val Reinke, Ray Whalen, Jake Imhoff, Barry Fruechte, and Matt Cole.

ACED Board Update

The ACED board appointed Andy Wagner, Veterans Memorial Hospital, to fill the seat vacated by Crystal Goltz, Gundersen Health Care.  Additionally, the ACED board appointed Andy Kelleher, Main Street Lansing, to fill the seat vacated by Craig White.

Read on for details...



Andy Wagner is currently serving as the Chief Operating Officer at Veterans Memorial Hospital.  He was born and raised in Lansing, where he lives with his wife, Erica and two boys, Daniel and Isaiah.  He has been involved in healthcare for over 25 years and a nurse for 22 years.  He is committed to ensuring that Allamakee County remained a viable and safe place for all people to live and/or raise their families.  He enjoys pretty much any activity that gets him outside in the beauty of Allamakee County.



Andy is not a native to Northeast Iowa, but considering he's lived in New Albin since he was three years old, he might as well be. After graduating from Kee High in Lansing he spent years involved in church work, from serving at Bible camps to developing new churches and ministries around the country. He has shown a strong interest in the revitalization of Allamakee County and is eager for this new opportunity to serve the community as the director of Main Street Lansing.


 
 
ACED Office Happenings... 
 
Prepared for ACED's annual meeting.
Hosted a meeting with Senator Ernst Representative, Brittney Carroll, and Effigy Mounds National Monument Superintendent, Jim Nepstad.
Attended the Iowa Extension's Women Ag Tour in Allamakee County.
Met with District 56 Republican Candidate Anne Osmundson.
Attended County Housing meeting hosted by NEICAC.
Attended Waterville School Building Development meeting.
Visited Kitchen Krafts with the Board of Supervisors.
Submitted Iowa Tourism Grant application.
Chaired the Northeast Iowa Tourism Association meeting.
Prepared for Northeast Iowa Farm Crawl event.
Attended the Iowa Ideas Conference in Cedar Rapids.
Attended the UERPC Housing Inc meeting.
Co-Hosted Business & Community Sector Board event at Empty Nest Winery.
Attended Open House at Trinity Fabricators, New Albin.
Prepared list for Coming Home to Allamakee County; People You Should Know, and Featured Business articles

 
October is Manufacturing Month
Events Planned:
Trinity  Fabricators in New Albin hosted Steel Day Open House on Friday, September 28
ACED and NICC will be visiting manufacturers in the county on Tuesday, October 2 and Thursday, October 4
Manufacturing Day is October 5
Future Ready Summit Statewide is October 16 in Ames
Future Ready Summit Regionally is October 26 in Elkader
NICC will host a school tour October 30


 

 

Community Workshops for "All-In" County Plan

Allamakee County is partnering with Upper Explorerland Regional Planning Commission (UERPC) to develop a new comprehensive plan for the County. Dubbed All In Allamakee, or the "All-In Plan" for short, the plan will consider a host of issues and topics that affect quality of life in the County, ranging from public infrastructure and housing to parks and transportation.

There are three upcoming community workshops for the All-In Plan that will be held in Postville, Lansing, and Waukon. At these workshops, attendees will help create a countywide vision for Allamakee County’s future through interactive community visioning activities. All residents of Allamakee County, as well as those who visit or work in the county, are invited and encouraged to attend

All workshops begin at 5:00 p.m. and will last about an hour and a half. There will be a brief presentation at the start followed by interactive activities. Members of the public are free to come and go at any time during the meeting, even if they miss the beginning. Light refreshments will be provided. The schedule for the three community meetings is below.

• Postville: Tuesday, October 9th at UERPC offices, 134 West Greene Street
• Lansing: Wednesday, October 10th at the Driftless Area Education and Visitor Center, 1944 Columbus Road
• Waukon: Thursday, October 25th at the Senior Center at Waukon Wellness Center, 1220 3rd Avenue NW

Additionally, all residents of Allamakee County and those who visit or work in the county are invited and encouraged to give feedback on a broad array of issues by completing an online survey and a quick questionnaire. Visit the web addresses below to take the survey and answer the brief questionnaire.

Community Survey: tinyurl.com/yd69ng8w

Quick Questionnaire: tinyurl.com/ydebs423

Twitter and Instagram users are invited to tweet and share photos of everything they love about Allamakee County by using #allinallamakee. Those who participate may have their tweet or photo featured in the final plan document.

Those interested in being notified of updates and events related to the All-In Plan, as well as those interested in being part of one of the focus groups may contact Aaron Detter at adetter@uerpc.org or 563-382-6171.

 
FROM THE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
Governor Kim Reynolds « Lt. Governor Adam Gregg
 
Business owners, entrepreneurs encouraged to apply to ‘10,000 Small Businesses Program’
 
(DES MOINES) – Iowa small business owners and entrepreneurs can grow their businesses with the help of the Goldman Sachs “10,000 Small Businesses Program.” Beginning in January 2019, the program will be hosted in the State of Iowa and is free to Iowa businesses. The program includes curriculum developed by Babson College, recently named No. 1 for Entrepreneurship by U.S. News & World Report for the 22nd year in a row.
 
Accepted applicants receive hands-on education for business growth, access to highly-trained, small business professionals and an expanded peer network of small business owners from across the country.
Eligible businesses have been in business for at least two years, have at least $100,000 in revenues and employ at least two employees (including the business owner). Qualified prospects can apply and gather additional information at www.10KSBapply.com/Iowa. Applications are due by Monday, October 15, 2018.
 
“Small business owners drive our state’s economy, and their companies are the heart and soul of our communities,” Gov. Kim Reynolds said. “I encourage all Iowa small businesses to apply to this exciting program. As Iowa small businesses grow and thrive, the entire state benefits.”
 
Participants may also learn more through online information sessions offered Sept. 25, Oct. 3 and Oct. 9. To register, visit: www.tinyurl.com/10kSBIowa.
 

Educational Opportunities:
 
10/2 - What Employers Need to Know About Unemployment Insurance, IowaWorks
10/8 - 4-7 p.m. FAFSA Workshop, NICC
10/8 - Certified Nurse Aide Course Class #65753, NICC
10/19 - Business Workforce Alliance, Disability Awareness & Sensitivity Training, IowaWorks
  
Iowa Ideas Conference

Iowa Ideas Conference was hosted by the Cedar Rapids Gazette in September. Iowa Ideas is a nonpartisan, statewide learning experience designed to explore the key questions and big ideas that will shape the future of Iowa.  Tracks included agriculture, Education, Diversity Forum, Education, Energy & Environment, Health Care, Next Gen Summit, Human Social Services, Regional Development, Policy and Workforce.  If you are interested in receiving updates regarding Iowa Ideas project and track-specific newsletters and opportunities to connect, go to https://www.thegazette.com/iowaideas.

The conference included the Iowa Public Radio and Cedar Rapids Gazette event,  "Pints and Politics" at the Cedar Rapids Theater. 


Note:  Val Reinke was a recipient of the Cedar Rapids Gazette Iowa Ideas scholarship ($200 value). 
 
Business & Community Sector Board

NICC and ACED co-hosted the Business & Community Sector Board event at Empty Nest Winery on Wednesday, September 26, 2018.  The event attracted 60+ attendees.  Each attendee was given a coaster at registration.  This coaster featured an Empty Nest wine, which was the table assignment.  Lisa Schaefer, keynote speaker & facilitator, led the group through the design thinking process and led an exercise to promote design thinking.  Appetizers were provided, wine was available for purchase, and door prizes (gift certificates to Safe House Saloon, WW Homestead Dairy, Gus 'n Tony's Steak & Pizza and a NICC community education voucher were given.  Thank you to all who participated!  The Business & Community Sector Board in Allamakee County is doing great things. 

Note:  See Val if you need a lesson in the potato digger dance.

Why Business Community Sector Boards Exist

To provide critical, impactful connections between employers, educators, community developers, regional workforce board and other key stakeholders

To address the needs of human capital growth in communities

To address other needs that will assist in growing businesses and communities and to develop a plan to assist with economic growth

The objective is to serve business stakeholders through the exchange of information and implementation of workforce solutions based on shared goals and human capital needs, leading to measurable results

Action Items, Current Initiatives & Successes

Development and implementation of internships, apprenticeships and hands on learning in skilled trades.

Development and implementation of a mentoring program (business/teacher, business/student, senior employees/younger employees at same business).

1. Work-Based Learning Workshop April 13th, 2018

2. Annual Career Fair – Kee High School

3. Promotion of apprenticeship programs to employers

4. Manufacturing month tours

5. Annual career workshop for juniors and seniors – Waukon High School

6. Annual 8th & 9th Grade Career Exploration Fairs

7. Annual Summer Camps

8. Career Learning Link program that promotes job shadows, career coaching, career exploration field trips, business mentoring and work-based learning opportunities

9. Pre-employment strategies class offered at each high school

10. High Schools are developing on-the-job training programs for high school students

11. Development of a welding career pathway certificate in Allamakee County.

Post all area jobs in the same place.

Educate students and parents on student loan debt.

1. Local banks participated in FAFSA completion workshops

2. Local businesses presenting in classrooms

3. Iowajobs.org website allows job seekers and businesses to connect

4. VMH/High Schools: Annual Reality 101 for seniors

5. ACED/Waukon High School: Newspaper articles about people who moved back/stayed in the area. WHS Comp I students writing the stories.

Develop training programs for businesses in onboarding/training employees, employee appreciation, generational differences, soft skills and others as needed.

1. Business Trainings: 14 area business signed up for local trainings in 2018: Tough Talks: Handling Difficult Conversations, Five Generations in the Marketplace, Building Effective Teams, A Roadmap to Talent Management and Succession Planning, Engaging Millennials in the Workplace

2. Cultures Training: Tracey Tempesh, HR Manager for Prairie Industries Inc. spoke to the group about company culture on 6-8-18

 
Main Street Lansing announces new director...
 
Andy Kelleher has been hired as the new executive director of Main Street Lansing. Kelleher is a local area resident who has lived in New Albin since he was very young. He graduated from Kee High School in Lansing as co-valedictorian in 2014.

Much of his working career has been involved with church work, from serving on the leadership team at Village Creek Bible Camp to helping develop new churches and ministries across the nation. Along with his work with Main Street Lansing, he also serves as a youth pastor in New Albin. He has shown a strong interest in rural revitalization, and he brings a vast background of public relations and program planning to the job.

Main Street Lansing Board:

Front row, L to R: Jim Kerndt, Jana Schoh, Curt Snitker, Andy Kelleher, Rick Welsh 

Back row, L to R: Chad Steckel, Bruce Palmborg, Frank Ebersold, Tom Limbach, Gary DeVilbiss




Main Street Lansing Building

New owner announcement..

The car wash located near Hardees in Waukon is under new ownership.  The grand opening event was held on Saturday, September 22.  The new owner, Kyle Bugenhagen, requested ideas to rename the Royal Car Wash - we are anxiously awaiting the winning name!

 

 

NAIL (New Albin Improvement League) hosted Army Road Game Day as a community building event.  More than 50 people attended.  9 teams participated in the triathlon which included horseshoes, bean bags and sand volleyball.  Kee High graduate Mikey Mitchell provided DJ services.  The NAIL Committee offered lunch. 


Team "Fresh Vintage" Tyson, Kelli, Damon and Beth won the triathlon.  Photo bombers include Chance, Jonah, Regan, and Haley.

The City of New Albin budgeted the painting of the museum and firehouse.  The painting design was done by New Albin resident Angela Blair.  The roof was re-shingled by Dennis Rask.

The City of New Albin built a storage unit on Highway 26 located between the Community Center and City Meat Market.  This storage unit will provide space for the city.  The city opted to add a Porch on the front to host Friday night farmer's market vendors. 


The annual Women's Health Day Luncheon was sponsored by the Auxiliary of Veterans Memorial Hospital & Elliott Jewelers on Tuesday, September 25 at the Waukon Banquet Center.  This event included lunch, program, free health tests, goodie bag, coupons and raffle.  The raffle item this year was "Rhythm of Love" diamond pendant, compliments of Elliott Jewelers of Waukon. 


Waukon Feed Ranch offered a brand new attraction this year - Corn Maze. Local FFA students worked the event.  Inflatables for kids.  Allamakee County Beef Producers cooked.  WW Homestead Dairy offered ice cream and cheese curds.  More than 400 people attended the 1st day.   



Northeast Iowa Farm Crawl offered more than 25 experiences in NE IA!  Allamakee County spotlighted Madigan Winery, Empty Nest Winery, Peake Orchard and WW Homestead Dairy.  The Corn Maze at Waukon Feed Ranch was a great addition.  Northeast Iowa Tourism Association is considering an event in the Spring as well as the Fall.  Allamakee County has more stops to add in the future, too.


 
 
      
Come see what we've got planned for this year!!
Events
Monday, October 1
 Corn Maze - Waukon Feed Ranch
 Chess Club - Robey Memorial Library
 Lansing City Council Meeting
 Waukon City Council Meeting
 Waukon Farmers Market - Fairgrounds
 Waterville City Council Meeting

Tuesday, October 2
 Lunch & Learn: What Employers need to know about Unemployment Insurance - NICC Calmar
 Revitalization Meeting - Postville
 Stay & Play - Robey Memorial Library
 Travel Series: Taiwan - Robey Memorial Library
 Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library

Wednesday, October 3
 Brown Bag ‘n’ Books-Adult Story Time - Robey Memorial Library
 Coffee with a Cop - High Chaparall in New Albin
 Opening of L.I.F.T. - 220 South 3rd St., Lansing

Thursday, October 4
 Postville City Wide Garage Sales
 Hook & Needle Club - Robey Memorial Library
 Fall Salad Luncheon and Bake Sale - St. John's Lutheran Church
 Long Range Transportation Planning Meeting - UERPC, Allamakee County
 Tai Chi - Harpers Ferry Community Center
 Tech Tutor - Robey Memorial Library

Friday, October 5
 Postville City Wide Garage Sales
 5th Annual Wining with the Arts - Empty Nest Winery
 BOGO Coffee - WW Homestead Dairy
 Farmer's Market Harper's Ferry - St. Ann's Parking Lot
 Farmers Market - New Albin
 Homecoming - Waukon & Kee High
 Homecoming Parades - Kee High & Waukon High

 
Tailgate Party - FMSB Tailgate Tent - Waukon High School football field
 Tailgate Party - Kee High Concession Stand

Manufacturing Day
 NICC Waukon Anniversary
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery

Saturday, October 6
 Postville City Wide Garage Sales
 5th Annual Wining with the Arts - Empty Nest Winery
 2nd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk - Waukon Park
 34th Annual NIC Whitetails Unlimited Banquet - Waukon Banquet Center
 BINGO - Harpers Ferry Legion Hall
 Craft Show - Harpers Ferry Community Center
 Farmers Market - Lansing
 Madigan's Winery Tasting - Madigan Winery, Lansing
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery
 “Peace be the Journey” - Decorah Fish Hatchery

Sunday, October 7
Shrimp Boil (RSVP-No Walkins) - Zion UCC, Waukon 
5th Annual Wining with the Arts - Empty Nest Winery
 Benefit for Joan Dietrich - Waukon Banquet Center
 Madigan's Winery Tasting - Madigan Winery, Lansing
 Northeast IA Food & Farm Network - Nettle Valley Farm - Spring Grove, MN
 Taste of Ryumonji Fall Festival & Craft Sale- Ryumonji Zen Monastery
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery

Monday, October 8
 Beginning Farmers Networking Event
 Chess Club - Robey Memorial Library
 Harpers Ferry City Council Meeting
 NAMI Family Support Group - The Spectrum Network, Decorah
 New Albin City Council Meeting
 Postville City Council Meeting
 Waukon Farmers Market - Fairgrounds

Tuesday, October 9
 Community Workshops for “All-In” County Plan - UERPC office, Postville
 Library Board Meeting - Robey Memorial Library
 MOSAIC Fundraiser Event - MOSAIC
 Travel Series: Bonin/Ogasawara - Robey Memorial Library
 Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library

Wednesday, October 10
 Community Workshops for “All-In” County Plan - Driftless Area Education and Visitor Center
 Fields of Faith - Waukon High School Football Field
 Harpers Ferry Boosters Inc meeting - Community Center
 Operation EDITH - (see directions below) - hosted by Lansing Fire Department

Thursday, October 11
 Pinterest Projects - Robey Memorial Library
 Tai Chi - Harpers Ferry Community Center
 Tech Tutor - Robey Memorial Library

Friday, October 12
 "Jurassic Park and Wreck" - St. John’s Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall in Waukon
 Allamakee Community Players Fall Comedy - St. John’s Lutheran Church
 NE IA Studio Art Tour
 Farmer's Market Harper's Ferry - St. Ann's Parking Lot
 Farmers Market - New Albin
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery

Saturday, October 13
 "Jurassic Park and Wreck" - St. John’s Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall in Waukon
 Allamakee Community Players Fall Comedy - St. John’s Lutheran Church
 NE IA Studio Art Tour
 Grandpa George's Barn of Memories Open House - Harpers Ferry
 BINGO - Harpers Ferry Legion Hall
 Driftless Area Flyathlon - Yellow River State Forest
 Farmers Market - Lansing
 Madigan's Winery Tasting - Madigan Winery, Lansing
 Oil Springs School Open - Harpers Ferry
 Run the Driftless
 Rusty Rides Run - Spring Ave Pub
 Waterville Holiday Craft Fair - Waterville Community Center
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery

Sunday, October 14
 "Jurassic Park and Wreck" - St. John’s Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall in Waukon
 Allamakee Community Players Fall Comedy - St. John’s Lutheran Church
 NE IA Studio Art Tour
 Grandpa George's Barn of Memories Open House - Harpers Ferry
 Benefit Breakfast (Brogan Gavin) - Fish Fry - Immaculate Conception Church - Wexford
 Madigan's Winery Tasting - Madigan Winery, Lansing
 ONE SCHOOL, ONE NATION - Waukon Theater
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery

Monday, October 15
 American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Mtg - Harpers Ferry
 Caregiver Support Group - Veterans Memorial Hospital LL Conf Room
 Chess Club - Robey Memorial Library
 Essential Oils Classes - New Abin Townhouse
 Lansing City Council Meeting
 Pillow Perk - Veterans Memorial Hospital
 TAB (Teen Advisory Board) - Robey Memorial Library
 VMH Masquerade $5 Jewelry & Accessories Sale - Veterans Memorial Hospital
 Waukon City Council Meeting
 Waukon Farmers Market - Fairgrounds

Tuesday, October 16
 Travel Series: Fiji - Robey Memorial Library
 Amish Haystack Dinner - Waukon Banquet Center
 Story time with Ross - New Albin Library
 Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library

Thursday, October 18
 ACED Annual Meeting
 Auxiliary Euchre Marathon - Waukon Wellness Center
 Book Sale - Robey Memorial Library
 Night Book Club: Classic - Robey Memorial Library
 Tai Chi - Harpers Ferry Community Center
 Tech Tutor - Robey Memorial Library

Friday, October 19
 BWA Disability Awareness & Sensitivity Training - Spectrum, Decorah
 Farmer's Market Harper's Ferry - St. Ann's Parking Lot
 Farmers Market - New Albin
 Teddy Bear Sleepover - Robey Memorial Library
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery

Saturday, October 20
 Youth Pheasant Hunt - Mississippi Valley Sportsman Club
 BINGO - Harpers Ferry Legion Hall
 Fall Fest crafts & bake sale - St. Paul's UMC, Waukon
 Farmers Market - Lansing
 Jim Walleser Memorial Benefit - T.J.'s Banquet Hall, Lansing IA
 Madigan's Winery Tasting - Madigan Winery, Lansing
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery

Sunday, October 21
 Guest Speaker, coffee and fellowship - St Paul's United Methodist Church
 Madigan's Winery Tasting - Madigan Winery, Lansing
 Pancake Breakfast, Waukon Lions Club - Waukon Banquet Center
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery

Monday, October 22
 Chess Club - Robey Memorial Library
 HFAHS meeting - Oil Springs School
 Waukon Farmers Market - Fairgrounds

Tuesday, October 23
 Travel Series: Cook Islands - Robey Memorial Library
 Resume Rescue - Robey Memorial Library
 Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library

Thursday, October 25
 Community Workshops for “All-In” County Plan - Senior Center at Waukon Wellness Center
 October Class: Resume Writing - Robey Memorial Library
 Tai Chi - Harpers Ferry Community Center
 Tech Tutor - Robey Memorial Library

Friday, October 26
 Farmer's Market Harper's Ferry - St. Ann's Parking Lot
 Farmers Market - New Albin
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery

Saturday, October 27
 BINGO - Harpers Ferry Legion Hall
 Farmers Market - Lansing
 Halloween Bash - Good Fellas, Waukon
 Madigan's Winery Tasting - Madigan Winery, Lansing
 Summer rec Halloween party - New Albin
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery

Sunday, October 28
 All Saints Remembrance - both St. Paul's & Forest Mills UMCs
 Madigan's Winery Tasting - Madigan Winery, Lansing
 Wine Tasting - Food Buffet (Fri & Sat Only) - Empty Nest Winery

Monday, October 29
 Chess Club - Robey Memorial Library
 FREE COMM. MEAL in WAUKON - First Presbyterian Church
 Fresh Conversations - Waukon Wellness Center

Tuesday, October 30
 Travel Series: Thousand Islands - Robey Memorial Library
 After School with Ross - Robey Memorial Library
 Resume Rescue - Robey Memorial Library
 Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library
NICC Manufacturing Tour for Students

Wednesday, October 31
 All Hallows Eve - St. Paul's UMC, Waukon
 AC Visitors Center Halloween Event - Waukon Visitors Center
 Lansing Trick or Treating - Downtown Lansing

 Trunk or Treat - Waukon State Bank Parking Lot
 

Visit http://www.allamakeecounty.com/calendar-of-events.html   for more information/details on the above events.

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