‘God put us here for a reason’: Serving the residents during Hurricane Idalia is part of our Mission

When a hurricane or tropical storm threatens Florida, like Hurricane Idalia this week, team members at Westminster Communities of Florida have a top priority: Ensuring the safety and well-being of the residents we serve. Our Mission is to serve from the heart and inspire older adults to enjoy happy, healthy and purposeful lives.

What impact has Hurricane Idalia had? Some of our dedicated team members are living out our Mission, today, by evacuating with residents or sheltering at their communities through the storm. Regardless of their normal jobs, their principal responsibility right now is to provide for the residents’ needs.

Today we caught up with five of these team members to learn about their experiences, why they chose to stay at their community or evacuate with residents, and what is inspiring them to stay hard at work during a storm.

Jackie Walker Ellison, Cook, Westminster Shores, temporarily at Westminster Winter Park

In St. Petersburg, Westminster Shores was forced to relocate residents out of the path of the storm. Jackie Walker Ellison always knew she would be with the residents, from the moment she first heard. “The residents said to me, ‘Jackie, are you coming with us? I know we’ll be OK if you come with us.’ So I had no doubt,” Ellison said. “I knew for sure I would be evacuating, I called my husband and my mother and I told them, ‘I’m going with my residents, I’ll see you whenever.’ ”

The group of 24 residents was accompanied by Ellison to Westminster Winter Park, where they’re enjoying the hospitality of the residents and team members there. The Westminster Shores team is occupied with providing for the needs of the residents during Hurricane Idalia. “I think it brings everyone together as a team,” she said.

Ellison has worked at Westminster Shores for 29 years, and “I love my residents. I wouldn’t have been here so long if I didn’t love this place and my residents. God put us here for a reason,” she said. “Right now, the residents are happy, we’ve been watching movies and playing games, and everything is going smoothly.”

Michele McCann, Assisted Living Activities Coordinator, Westminster Palms, sheltering in place

“I choose to be with the residents during the most emotional time, like a hurricane, because that’s my quality as a caregiver,” said Michele McCann, Assisted Living Activities Coordinator at Westminster Palms. “Challenging times like this bring out the best in people, and I get to see it and share it.”

McCann was sheltering in place at the community in St. Petersburg, along with residents from Westminster Palms and residents from Westminster Point Pleasant in Bradenton. She has lived in Florida for more than 7 years, and has experienced three hurricanes in St. Petersburg so far. McCann said she feels that the way the team bonds, whether through an evacuation or sheltering in place, makes the team stronger. “We are going to come out better on the other side of this! We always do. We are so lucky that we are here, in our home, together, instead of relocating like so many had to. I have come to feel like this is my home, too.”

Carlos Santiago, Maintenance Engineer, Westminster Point Pleasant and Tiffany Mestre, Administrative Assistant, Community Support Services, temporarily at Legacy Pointe at UCF

A group of residents from Westminster Point Pleasant were also with Maintenance Engineer Carlos Santiago and Tiffany Mestre, an administrative assistant at our Community Support Services office in Orlando. The residents had evacuated from Bradenton due to the risk of storm surge and flooding, and were enjoying the hospitality of Legacy Pointe at UCF.

Santiago, the maintenance engineer, said that he had been through the worst in 2017 when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico. “We were there with no power for 60 days, and we weren’t able to do anything,” he said. By comparison, he felt that everything was under control and being well maintained for the residents through both of his hurricane experiences as a Westminster team member.

“This job is personal for me,” Santiago said. “The residents are my family and I want to make sure that they are well taken care of.” In 2022, Santiago was recognized as Westminster Point Pleasant’s Team Member of the Year for his dedicated service to the residents. He said it was his honor to serve the residents.

Evacuating with the residents is just another extension of his commitment to the community, Santiago said. “This is my second time evacuating with the residents, and it doesn’t matter how many more. I will always volunteer to be there for them. We are here for each other and for the residents.”

Countless storms had also affected Mestre, a Florida native. But she had never had an experience like today’s. “It’s wonderful to help the residents and hear about their interests and stories. This is a great way to see how the residents live,” Mestre said. “I am getting to know what a day in the life of a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) and an ADON (Assistant Director of Nursing) are like. It has opened my eyes. Bless their souls for doing all of this.”

The effects of the storm had been mild in Orlando, but Mestre said that nevertheless, she and the residents felt more secure and had been brought closer together by the experience – and the residents were thankful for the security. “This has really brought our Mission to life for me in a way I had not experienced it,” said Mestre.

For Santiago, part of living in a hurricane zone meant more practice – and that he had found that the team is getting stronger through the experience. “The more we do this together, the more we become comfortable with each other, and the better organized we become. When you send a group of people together for one purpose and for our Mission, we get the opportunity to grow together and learn from each other,” said Santiago.

Beth Szabo, Services Coordinator, Riverside Presbyterian Apartments, sheltering in place

Another part of the Westminster Mission is to serve residents with low to moderate incomes, in our affordable Rental Retirement Communities. Beth Szabo, services coordinator at Riverside Presbyterian Apartments, was sheltering in place at the community to ensure that the residents were well cared for throughout the potential effects of the storm in Jacksonville.

“I’ve lived in Jacksonville since 1976, so I have lost count of how many hurricanes I’ve been through now. In 2004 they were coming so frequently we all said, ‘I’m over it, just let it go,’ ” said Szabo. “We have had to evacuate a few times over the years, like for Hurricane Matthew in 2016. But we did not have to this time.”

For Szabo, serving during a hurricane is a natural extension of her choice to work at the community, because the residents are like her extended family. “I have a heart for seniors, and the residents here mean a lot to me,” she said. “If something happens then I want to be here to help them.”

Szabo added that she feels safer riding out a storm at Riverside Presbyterian Apartments than at home. “Here at the community, I know that we have a great team looking out for everyone. We’re very small but we support each other.”

A facet of our Mission

While a hurricane is unexpected, serving the residents and supporting their fellow team members wherever we are and however we can is just another facet of the Mission of Westminster Communities of Florida: We serve from the heart and inspire older adults to enjoy happy, healthy and purposeful lives.

Be sure to learn all about how you can make a Westminster community your home to live or to work – find a community near you or follow us on Facebook and on LinkedIn!

Beat the Heat: 5 Indoor Activities to Do This Summer

The heat of summer is upon us. And, as the temperature rises, finding a cool, comfortable, and engaging activity indoors is a necessity for most. At Westminster Winter Park, there’s no need to worry about the scorching Florida sun. Our community has a curated list of indoor activities that offer an escape from the heat while also stimulating the mind, body, and soul.

Dive into the World of Books

Embark on a reading journey this summer! One of the many amenities offered at Westminster Winter Park is our library. Here, you’ll find a vast collection of books from classic novels to contemporary biographies. Along with this, book clubs are a great way to stay social. You can gather with your neighbors to discuss plots, characters, and share interpretations of the books you’re reading. Being a part of a book club isn’t just a fun activity, it’s also a brain-boosting activity!

Stay Active Indoors

Utilizing our fitness center is a great way to stay active while also staying indoors. Engaging in physical activity regularly can help improve your muscle mass and bone density. This helps combat the onset of chronic conditions like arthritis and heart disease. The fitness center at Westminster Winter Park offers a plethora of options for staying active.

Connect Digitally

To some, the digital world can be intimidating. However, as we get older, it is important to keep up with technology to stay in touch with family and friends you may not see often. Aside from using technology to connect with loved ones, you can also use it to explore new hobbies. You can engage in activities like tracing your ancestry, join virtual tours of world museums, or simply catch up on a TV show or movie. The digital universe is awaiting exploration!

Artistic Pursuits

Channel your inner Picasso! Another fun indoor activity is art. Whether you’re doing a watercolor painting or a DIY craft, your options are endless. You can also use art as a social activity. Getting together with your neighbors and friends to work on an art project is another way to spend time with fellow residents.

Wellness and Meditation

Your physical well-being is essential, especially during the summertime. Some indoor wellness activities include tai chi and yoga. These activities are more laid-back meditation sessions and are specifically designed for senior residents. Participating in these ensures that your body remains active and your mind is able to find moments of tranquility. Plus, it’s an excellent way to stay fit without having to brave the summer heat.

The summertime in Winter Park, Florida, doesn’t need to be a time of seclusion for anyone, especially seniors. That’s why at Westminster Winter Park, we strive to create an environment that allows our residents to thrive, no matter what the weather is like outside. This curated list of activities aims to provide an escape from the sun that fosters growth, interaction, and joy for our residents.

How you can stay in touch with family and friends after moving to a senior living community

Are you considering a move to a senior living community but worried about how you’ll keep in touch with family and friends? You’re not alone. Many future residents have the same concerns.

Luckily, there are plenty of ways to stay connected and keep in touch with the people you care about. From FaceTime to card nights to private dining parties, residents have plenty of options to stay connected with their loved ones.

In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the best ways to keep in touch with family and friends after moving to a senior living community.

Enjoy a video call to have a virtual visit with family or friends whenever you like

A virtual visit can help maintain ties even when residents and their friends are separated by thousands of miles. Modern technology for video calling like FaceTime makes visiting easier than ever. Video calls allow residents to enjoy a face-to-face conversation with family or friends anywhere in the world, from the comfort of their living room. No expensive travel required!

Residents can use FaceTime or video chat services like Skype, Google Hangouts and Zoom to stay in touch with those who matter most. Grandparents can share stories with grandchildren who live far away or have regular catch-ups with distant relatives. Video calling also makes it possible for to host a virtual event, like a game night or movie watch party.

Enjoy a card or board game night and mix the “old” and “new” friends

With many social connections in their current neighborhoods, the prospect of moving to a senior living community can be daunting for many older adults. Fortunately, there are plenty of in-person social opportunities at senior living communities — some of them more informal than others.
Many senior living communities have groups of residents who enjoy a night of card games or board games. Play poker, Clue, Settlers of Catan or whatever you prefer, and enjoy having social opportunities and good friends at your fingertips.

These social events offer a reason for residents to invite their friends and family members over for a night of fun and laughter. It also provides an informal setting for guests to meet other residents and engage in meaningful conversations.

For older adults who want to make sure they stay connected to their friends, one surefire way to make things more fun is to invite their “old” friends to meet the “new” at a game night. It can make for a memorable evening filled with laughter and good company — all while bonding deeper relationships with fellow residents at the same time.

Host a dinner party and let someone else do all the work

Dining is an important part of life at a senior living community. But a special event may call for having a few friends over for dinner, and who wants to do all the cooking and dishes?

That’s why many senior living communities offer residents a variety of catered dining options, to invite guests over for a special dinner party. A special menu developed with the Dining department makes it simple and convenient to plan an event. Enjoy a luxurious meal without lifting a finger!

Inviting friends and family over to experience their community is also great to help those who may be considering making the move themselves. Guests get an up-close look at the lifestyle offered at their friend’s new home. Private dining options allow potential new residents to get an idea of what life would be like for them.

From poker nights to private dinners, there are plenty of ways for residents of senior living communities to keep in touch with family and friends. To learn all about how additional socialization opportunities abound at a Westminster community, find the community that suits you today on our Web site!

4 New Hobbies to Explore in Your Golden Years

You’ve finally earned the right to slow down and enjoy life the way you want to. Perhaps you and your spouse are selling your home to move to assisted living in Orlando, or maybe you’re going to your dream retirement cabin in the mountains. 

Wherever you go, you’ll need to keep yourself occupied! Now’s the time to pick up a new hobby that might not have been possible when your schedule was too busy. But what new hobby should you choose?

1.      Painting

Painting is a quiet, reflective activity that’s highly rewarding. Because of its low-energy nature, painting can be enjoyed by anyone at any fitness level. Whether you prefer to sit in nature and paint your surroundings on canvas or you want to explore abstraction, there’s no time limit in your way. 

If painting is a bit too messy, illustration is an excellent option. Whether you prefer graphite pencils or pens is up to you! You don’t have to have any specific goals with painting and drawing, but the cool thing about this hobby is that there’s a tangible product once you’re done.

2.   Writing

Perhaps you have stories you want to share, whether they be from your own life or imagined. Here’s your opportunity to refine your narrative and put it down to paper. If you’re writing about your own experiences, your family could hold onto those stories for posterity. Whatever the purpose, writing is an excellent way to exercise your brain to stay mentally healthy. Try poetry, journaling, fiction, or anything you’ve always wanted to produce!

3.   Gardening

When living in the working world, most of us don’t have time to tend to a garden. Once you’re retired and have no more work responsibilities, a garden is a wonderful hobby with genuine rewards. 

Perhaps your preference is aesthetic, and your goal is to cultivate beautiful flowers and grasses. Or maybe you want to eat the literal fruits of your labor and grow food. Homegrown fruits and vegetables are a wonderful way to keep yourself busy and maintain a healthy diet. 

4.   Hiking

Hiking doesn’t have to be an extreme activity. You can find some pleasant trails that aren’t too taxing. Wherever you live, whether in assisted living in Orlando, Florida, a cabin in northern Georgia, or an apartment in Portland, Oregon, there are low-fitness requirement trails that will take you through nature. Your body and mind will benefit greatly. 

From Home to Assisted Living in Orlando, New Hobbies are Everywhere

Whatever hobby speaks to you the most is up to you. The important thing is to have a hobby! Everyone needs to keep their minds and bodies sharp to maintain the best quality of life possible in their golden years, so choose your activity and stick to it!

Top Tips to Personalize Your Space in Assisted Living

Are you or a loved one moving into assisted living? Transitioning into assisted living can be difficult, but personalizing your new space can make you feel more at home. The following are four ways to personalize your space in assisted living facilities in Orlando.

Display Family Photos

One of the best and easiest ways to personalize your assisted living space is by putting out family photos. You can hang picture frames on the walls or sit decorative frames on your nightstand and dresser. These photos can include your children, grandkids, other family members, or friends. 

Being able to look around and see the people you care most about is the perfect way to make your space a reflection of your life.

Decorate with Figurines or Mementos

Another way to personalize your living space is by decorating with figurines, mementos, and souvenirs. For example, if you collect statues of cats, you may have a collection of these on a shelf. 

You can also set up souvenirs from places you have visited through the years, such as collectible spoons or coffee mugs. This will help show who you are and the things you are interested in.

Use Unique Storage Options

Storage is an essential part of any living space. This is especially true when transitioning into assisted living in Orlando. You want to optimize your space in a way that is both practical and unique. 

Choosing decorative storage in bright colors or distinct patterns will help you keep your belongings organized while showing your personality. You may like plastic storage bins in fun shades or decorated filing cabinets for your important papers.

Try Decorative Accents

If your assisted living facilities allow, you can also personalize your room with your bedding, drapes, and other accents. Choosing colorful sheets or curtains with a unique pattern will help liven up the space and show off your taste. You can even choose things like lampshades and floor rugs to give your room a little bit more character.

Decorating Your Space in Assisted Living in Orlando

If you or someone you know is making the transition to assisted living, customizing the space can make it feel more like home. Whether it be colorful curtains, family photos, or decorative figurines, there are many ways to personalize your assisted living space and make it a reflection of who you are.

Why It’s Important to Choose the Right Assisted Living Community for Your Loved One

If you are researching assisted living communities for your loved one, you may be wondering what the most important factors to consider are. Choosing the right community is essential for your senior family member to thrive.

Take a look at a few of the most important reasons to choose the right assisted living community for your loved one.

Maintaining Health and Wellness

It is very common for older adults to struggle with serious health concerns. Heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, and cancer are all prevalent among senior citizens. If your loved one suffers from any of these conditions, you want to choose an assisted living facility that can provide the medical care they need. 

Find out whether there is on-site nursing staff, access to nearby hospitals, and transportation to outside medical facilities. These services will support your senior family member’s health and well-being.

Providing a Safe Environment

Some older adults have cognitive concerns that can cause them to roam, wander away, or harm themselves. If your loved one has Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, or any other concern that hinders their ability to look after themselves, you must choose a facility that can keep them safe. 

Many facilities are secure environments that keep residents on the premises and under continuous supervision.

Slowing Cognitive Concerns

If your senior loved one has cognitive issues like Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, it is important that they receive memory care to slow the progression of cognitive decline. Certain treatments and therapeutic approaches can help lessen the severity of these conditions for some older adults. 

For this reason, make sure to choose a Winter Park assisted living facility that works specifically with seniors who have cognitive issues.

Supporting a Social Lifestyle

When transitioning into assisted living in Winter Park, Florida, you might be worried that your loved one will spend too much time alone. To ensure that your loved one can socialize and stay active, check out the activities offered by each facility and consider whether your loved one would enjoy them.

Choosing Winter Park Assisted Living for Your Loved One

Are you looking into assisted living communities for your loved one? You must take your time to ensure that your senior family member is placed in the best home for them. The right assisted living center will help support their health, provide a safe environment, enable socialization, and slow potential cognitive concerns.

How to Celebrate the Holidays with a Senior in Assisted Living

The holidays are right around the corner, and you might be wondering how to make them special for your loved one. If you know someone in assisted living in Winter Park, Florida, you can bring the holiday cheer right to their front door. Plan some of these easy, fun activities to keep your loved one (and yourself) in the holiday spirit this year!

Bake Tasty Holiday Treats 

Almost everyone loves a yummy holiday dessert — why not bring your baking skills to your loved one in assisted living? 

Ask your loved one what kinds of treats they enjoy. If they have dietary restrictions, you can still bake with them. Plenty of gluten-free, diabetic-friendly, and vegan recipes online will taste delicious. 

Baking is a wonderful bonding opportunity for you and your loved one in assisted living. You can spend this time completing the steps of the recipe, which also gives your loved one a sense of independence and active participation. Then, you can enjoy the treats you made together with some good conversation. 

Decorate Their Home

Assisted living in Winter Park is supposed to feel like home — because it is. Your loved one gets to enjoy all of the same perks of living alone while getting some extra help. What better way to make their space comfortable and inviting than by doing some holiday decorating?

You will have to contact the facility to see what kinds of rules are in place regarding decorations. Most assisted living facilities allow things like wreaths, banners, and antiques inside residents’ homes. 

Avoid the following types of holiday decorations:

  • Candles
  • Flammable materials
  • Snowglobes and other glass decorations
  • Electronic decorations with cords 
  • Plug-in lights or diffusers
  • Decorations with sharp edges

These decorations could be a safety hazard to your loved one. Avoid anything that could pose a tripping, fire, or glass hazard inside their home. Many of these decorations are against assisted living facilities’ policies. 

Decorating for the holidays is a great way to bring joy, festivity, and quality time back into your loved one’s life. Spend this time chatting, catching up, and admiring your home decor skills this season. 

Go to a Festive Event

Many assisted living facilities host community events. These vary depending on the season, and there are bound to be festive activities around the holidays. You can attend these events with your loved one and get to know their friends from the community. This is a good way to show that you are interested in their life and support them in this season of their adulthood. 

Stay Festive in Assisted Living in Winter Park

Assisted living helps aging adults maintain their independence and dignity. If you want to bring some holiday cheer to your loved one’s life, visit their home this season and spend some quality time with them. No matter what activities you do together, you will grow closer and enjoy this season to the fullest. 

How to Simplify Life for Seniors Struggling with Vision Loss

Dealing with the realities of vision loss is difficult for seniors. Sometimes, it can be frustrating, and other times, it can be downright terrifying. 

While millions of people live with visual impairment every day, it can be a difficult experience after living with relatively good sight. Here’s what you can do to help seniors with vision loss live comfortably.

Invest in Good Lighting

Well-lit rooms will be easier for seniors who are losing their sight to maneuver around. Just avoid creating a glare, which could have the opposite effect. Task lighting, or more direct light sources, are excellent for reading, while nightlights are necessary to reduce the chances of them tripping or falling at night.

Keep an Organized Space

If the senior is staying in Winter Park assisted living, you should get more information about the layout of each room. You may have to move some things around, even furniture, to make a room safer for an older adult. 

Use organization tools like bowls or baskets that they can drop items like keys or wallets in for easy retrieval, rather than searching all over the house for them. Color coding parts of the home or certain items could also help them recognize things that need to be differentiated, like food or medication.

Zoom In

Many items that help your senior stay organized, like calendars, watches, or appointment books, all come in large print options. See if they need assistance with changing the settings on their phone. Magnifying glasses can be helpful for more meticulous tasks like distributing pills or filling an insulin syringe.

Moral Support

People with vision loss could withdraw and experience depression, anxiety, and inactivity. These issues can snowball into new problems and worsen their quality of life. 

Show them they can still cope with their new circumstances and that this doesn’t mean the end of independence for them. It’s an unimaginably challenging time for many older adults, and sometimes, the best thing you can do is be there for them.

Winter Park Assisted Living Can Help

There may come a point when vision loss prevents an older adult from getting around their home safely. 

A search for “assisted living in Winter Park, Florida” will show you fantastic options for your loved one that will help them through this difficult time by providing resources and caregivers that can encourage them to live their lives to the fullest.

Stay Active and Entertained: A List of Healthy Hobby Ideas for Seniors

Retirement is a wonderful time to explore new interests and dedicate more time to hobbies. The later years in life provide an opportunity to learn, get more involved in the community, and discover new passions.

Here is a list of healthy hobby ideas for seniors.


Yoga is one of the best forms of physical exercise for seniors. It caters to seniors of all mobility levels and is a progressive practice that can be developed slowly over time. Yoga increases strength, reduces stress, and is a great way to stay active.

Walking Clubs

Walking clubs are a great activity for both physical and mental health. Walking is a tried and true form of exercise, and walking as part of a club gives the added benefit of social interaction, which is critical for mental health.


There are many ways to get involved in your local community through volunteering. From food pantries to animal shelters to veterans organizations, volunteering helps seniors stay active while giving back.


Photography is a good option for a new hobby because it is easy to pick up and immediately gives you tangible photographs to hang on to. Outdoor photography has the added benefit of providing fresh air and exercise while you create beautiful photos and make memories.


Whether you are a skilled cook or new to the kitchen, retirement is the perfect time to experiment with new, healthy recipes. Eating healthy is easier when you experiment with new foods and share a meal with friends and family.


Gardening as a hobby has many benefits, including physical exercise, fresh air, vitamin D from the sun, and the satisfying feeling of growing and caring for something. 

Bird Watching

Most people are surprised to learn how many bird species are native to their community. Bird watching is a good way to learn about nature, get outdoors, and get a little exercise. 


Swimming is one of the best forms of exercise because it strengthens the heart and muscles and is low impact. Spending time in the water can be relaxing and is an easy way to stay active.

Discover New Hobbies at Winter Park Assisted Living

For seniors looking for a little more time to enjoy hobbies, Winter Park assisted living can be a good option. Before changing your exercise routine, it is important to talk to a trusted physician. 

Assisted living in Winter Park, Florida, can offer support so that seniors can spend more time on things they enjoy and less time on everyday activities like cooking and cleaning. 

3 Tips for Picking the Perfect Home for Your Retirement Years

Picking a home for retirement can be an exciting time. You’ve worked hard to get to this stage in your life, and your home should enable you to enjoy retirement the way you want to. Whether you are looking for a single-family home or exploring Winter Park assisted living, here are three tips for picking the perfect home for your retirement years.

1. Plan for Your Financial Future

As with buying a home at any stage of life, finances should be a significant consideration as you make your decision. In earlier life stages, you may have had more flexibility to refinance, sell your home, or become a landlord down the road. Later years in life don’t necessarily offer these same opportunities. 

Consider your current financial situation, but also plan for the unexpected. If your situation changes, or there is a change in family dynamics, you’ll want to make sure you are still in a comfortable financial position. 

2. Pick an Accessible Home 

Even if you are in excellent health now, you never know how your situation could change later on. It’s best to stay away from homes with things like steep driveways, lots of stairs, high cabinets, or unconventional utilities. 

You want to ensure your home is future-proof so that no matter what happens in the future, your home will still be a place you can be comfortable. You should also consider the maintenance that is required on the home and consider whether the upkeep is feasible for the long term.

3. Consider Winter Park Assisted Living

Staying at home is certainly an attractive option for many seniors who want to retire in the privacy of their own space. However, assisted living in Winter Park, Florida, offers some of the best accommodations in the country. 

In assisted living, you’ll enjoy a true sense of community and feel just as comfortable as you would at home. In addition, you’ll enjoy a variety of services and amenities, including:

  • Fitness center
  • Pool 
  • Lounge 
  • Housekeeping services
  • On-site security
  • On-site dining
  • Library
  • Scheduled transportation

Assisted living also ensures that you can receive the services you may need in the future as your situation changes. While there are still many myths about assisted living, it is worth your time to schedule a tour and envision what your life could look like in the community.

Selecting a home for retirement isn’t an easy decision. Take your time, consider all of your options, and lean on the advice from experts, friends, and family. 

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