Possibilities Inc.
PO Box 60254
Oklahoma City OK 73146
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Mission Statement

Safe neighborhoods with strong businesses, families and schools create thriving urban communities. Possibilities work is for anyone who wants to make a difference in communities with the mission to strengthen the ability of people to work together for community change. Possibilities revitalizes communities, creating stronger families, safer neighborhoods, community schools and economic growth through the annual Possibilities Innovation Program (PIP), Engaging and Transforming Communities from Within. PIP builds confidence and teaches skills that empower participants to create community-level changes themselves through development training, assessment and coaching to complete and evaluate improvement projects. Diverse participants, known as Community Innovators, work in schools, neighborhoods, houses of faith, peer organizations and businesses; resulting transformations impact around 50,000 people annually. Possibilities work achieves lasting change, not quick fixes dependent on assistance. Possibilities teaches skills that strengthen the ability of citizens to solve their own problems and specializes in engaging citizens at the grassroots level where the power of cooperation, creativity and community are leveraged to create lasting change. 

Connecting People, Changing Communities.
Contact Information
Contact Name Shannon Dennis
Contact email shannon@possibilitiesinc.org
Address PO Box 60254
Oklahoma City, OK 73146
Phone (405) 525-3131
County Oklahoma County
Alternate Address 5131 N Classen Blvd.
Suite 207
Oklahoma City OK 73118
How to Give
Other ways to donate, support or volunteer Thank you for considering an investment in Possibilities, Inc.  Because of generous people like you, Possibilities is able to create stronger families, safer neighborhoods, community schools and economic growth in our local communities. Please find convenient options to make your investment below.

  • Online - Please click here to make an online donation through PayPal.
  • Mail - You may mail your check or credit card information to P.O. Box 60254, Oklahoma City, OK 73146.
  • Phone – You may call 405-525-3131 to make a credit card donation over the phone.
For information about making a bequest to Possibilities, Inc., please call 405-525-3131 or email shannon@possibilitiesinc.org.

The sky is the limit for volunteer opportunities with Possibilities!  One great way to learn more about our work, meet our staff and hear from our community partners is to join us for our People’s Network dinner gatherings. Visit www.possibilitiesinc.org for the next meeting date and location.  You are always welcome to call our office (405-525-3131) to speak to staff directly to ask any questions you may have and tell us more about your interests.
Financial Summary
 
 
Projected Revenue $373,600.00
Projected Expenses $373,600.00
History and Background
Year Founded 1995
IRS Ruling Year 1998
State Registration Expiration Aug 2017
Statements
Mission

Safe neighborhoods with strong businesses, families and schools create thriving urban communities. Possibilities work is for anyone who wants to make a difference in communities with the mission to strengthen the ability of people to work together for community change. Possibilities revitalizes communities, creating stronger families, safer neighborhoods, community schools and economic growth through the annual Possibilities Innovation Program (PIP), Engaging and Transforming Communities from Within. PIP builds confidence and teaches skills that empower participants to create community-level changes themselves through development training, assessment and coaching to complete and evaluate improvement projects. Diverse participants, known as Community Innovators, work in schools, neighborhoods, houses of faith, peer organizations and businesses; resulting transformations impact around 50,000 people annually. Possibilities work achieves lasting change, not quick fixes dependent on assistance. Possibilities teaches skills that strengthen the ability of citizens to solve their own problems and specializes in engaging citizens at the grassroots level where the power of cooperation, creativity and community are leveraged to create lasting change. 

Background

Possibilities originated as an initiative of Central Oklahoma 2020, a 1994 planning process led by Leadership Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, and more than 90 citizens from all walks of life in response to the goal of “strengthening families through neighborhood based systems.”  Established in 1995,  largely due to the efforts of founding president, Linda Lambert, Possibilities invests in local people who want to make a difference. With the mission to strengthen the ability of people to work together for community changePossibilities facilitates citizen-managed projects from within challenged communities. Addressing issues such as struggling schools, poverty, isolation, crime and deterioration, Possibilities develops active citizens who transform local communitiesallowing people on the margin to share their gifts for a better community. Possibilities teaches skills that strengthen the ability of citizens of all ages and backgrounds to solve their own problems together.

Possibilities, a United Way partner agencyis recognized as a model program by Tufts University among only 31 acclaimed sustainable communities initiatives across the nation and was recognized in 2009 as a ONE Award finalist by the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits.

Possibilities tackles the issues of community decline with an innovative approach. Possibilities:

  • Promotes understanding and embraces conflict that often arises from differences.  The program brings people of different social, economic, racial and generational backgrounds together to experience an inclusive community that openly addresses issues of power, privilege and poverty. 
  • Looks to local solutions for the problems faced, instead of relying on outside experts. Possibilities listens to how local people define their needs and dreams for community.
  • Teaches partners to create their own vision for their community, resulting in greater community involvement and longer-term impact.
  • Helps people gain the skills to work together for lasting change, rather than giving away material aid. The result is self-reliance and continued expansion of skills, rather than dependence.
  • Takes a long-term approach, instead of focusing on short-term fixes. Possibilities' work permanently improves the social, economic and physical resources available within a community, ultimately improving quality of life.  
Impact

Possibilities has created a signature fundraising dance event held in the spring/summer 2012-2017. This period dance has proved to be a unique and fun-filled event that has introduced the organization to a broader audience and helped to raise funds to support community efforts. This year's event is In the Groove, a 70's and 80's themed dance benefit - don't miss it!

Possibilities uses a posttest to measure individual outcomes: 100% of participants who completed the posttest report feeling empowered to make a difference; 92% report enhanced ability to communicate with others; 92% report they can better work with diverse groups; 92% report improved facilitation skills; 92% report increased confidence; 80% report increased public speaking ability; 92% report increased ability to lead groups/tasks; 92% report increased ability to handle group conflict; 100% report greater conflict resolution understanding; 92% report increased knowledge of tools to encourage participation; 91% report increased access to resources; 95% report increased ability to motivate others; 96% report enhanced problem-solving skills; 91% report increased willingness to take risks; 91% report increased ability to authentically connect to others, 96% report increased knowledge of internal motivation; 92% report a broadened individual perspective.

People's Network dinner gatherings that bring new and veteran community leaders together to reenergize, share ideas and implement projects have an open invitation to anyone who wants to make a difference and serves as a critical avenue of ongoing support to PIP graduates as well as an introduction, recruitment tool and practice opportunity for less experienced leaders. People from all walks of life participated in the monthly gatherings, continuing the trend of an annual boost in participation each year, and numerous community projects were carried out by graduated leaders, known as Community Innovators. 

Possibilities  strategic goals include  mission-driven program, financial sustainability, public awareness and strong, diverse board, staff and program participants.

Needs
  • To continue to grow the number of individuals that invest in Possibilities.
  • To increase public awareness of the work of Possibilities in the greater community.
  • Volunteers to support community projects, like a neighborhood clean-up, block party, or school fair.
  • Volunteers to provide childcare during meetings and events.
  • Donated or discounted catering for training sessions, meetings and community projects.
CEO/Executive Director Statement

Possibilities Innovation Program (PIP) is an ongoing leadership development program that inspires community involvement and teaches tools for transformation. Participants range in age from teens to senior citizens and represent multiple cultures, economic and education levels. They are leaders who transform communities through projects as diverse as they are. The progress 354 graduates, representing 139 communities, make in our neighborhoods, schools, houses of faith and business districts is impressive. A snapshot of just a few recent examples:

Operation Family Fun Mud Run is working to overcome childhood obesity. At Moon Academy, approximately 120 children and families learned from the Fire and County Health Departments, enjoyed Zumba, healthy snacks, a mud run and action filled obstacle course and resource bags. Children who had never experienced an obstacle/mud course before conquered fears, tried new outdoor activities and had fun, active experiences with their families.

Southeast High School is engaging the community in their endeavor to beautify the school, create a peaceful environment and boost community pride. The first step was a cleanup and planting at the school with 100+ volunteers including students, teachers, parents and Home Depot employees as well as local business sponsors.

Oklahoma African Heritage Network, Inc. (​OAHNI​)​ created Sisters & Brothers of Tomorrow to bring diverse communities together through youth choir and performing arts to build stronger family relationships and strengthen spirituality. OAHNI also continues its annual SONFEST block party, bringing 400+ people together for connection and peace, in an area that is often plagued by crime and gangs.

The Oklahoma City Educare Community and School Celebration continues to bring family, friends and the community together to connect and celebrate the school. This partnership of parents and school staff replicated the end of year celebration and recruited additional partners (+11% over prior year), parents (+31%) and staff (+76%), ultimately achieving a successful event for 381 children and families.

A great part of PIP are the regular People’s Network dinner gatherings. People’s Network is an opportunity to share a meal with amazing leaders and stay in touch with local grassroots efforts. The whole family is welcome. Call 405-525-3131 or visit possibilitiesinc.org for the next gathering.

Board Chair Statement

Most of us have grown up hearing the phrase “You need to walk before you run.” This illustrates that we all need to take initial steps and gain experience as we pursue significant goals. We begin the path toward success by starting on a small scale and working toward a more widespread involvement. After devoted efforts in the years since the organization was founded, Possibilities Inc. has now reached that summit. Our work with community partners has placed our organization in its “prime time” for making positive and permanent changes in a world that is crying out for support.

When have citizens ever been more at a loss to deal with community issues? Every day the news becomes more negative and disheartening, yet we know that there are many who want to make it better. Some may need confidence to organize and lead an effort. Others may not know where to begin. Unless you have vision, support, training and tools, it is difficult to launch community initiatives. Possibilities is the force that builds confidence, vision and courage with those who so badly want to make a difference right now. Our PIP graduates impact over 139 communities in Oklahoma City and the surrounding areas. They are joined by additional participants, known as Community Innovators, who impact more communities each year. 354 program alumni have received and use our tools, training and support. We must continue to support those program graduates, as well as our new participants. The time to act is now.

The process of making “forever” changes requires that our long term goals for funding be sustainable. The continuation of the goals and dreams of ALL Community Innovators must be supported so their transformations can continue to benefit all of us. Please join us in investing in our local communities through Possibilities at this critical time. For the fourth consecutive year, we have a Founders Vision Match in honor of Linda Lambert and John Rex to match December donations. We are truly grateful for your support.

Lucy Fritts, President, Possibilities Board of Directors

Area Served
Area Served
Geographic Area Served
Oklahoma City

Transformation efforts take place where invited by the community in schools, neighborhoods, houses of faith, businesses and organizations. Historically, efforts focused within the inner-city in 90-95% low-to-moderate income areas and have expanded to the greater metropolitan area and beyond.  Please visit http://www.possibilitiesinc.org/possibilities-inc/at-a-glance/ for a complete list of PIP Community Innovators’ Communities.

Service Categories
Secondary Organizational Category Public & Societal Benefit/Citizen Participation
Tertiary Organizational Category Education/Adult Education
Programs
Description

PIP builds confidence and teaches skills that empower participants to create community changes themselves through development training, assessment and coaching to complete and evaluate improvement projects. 20 - 40 citizens, known as Community Innovators, are intensively trained each year. Possibilities’ staff works directly with present and past training participants’ communities on an ongoing basis. Support includes ongoing training and mentoring, technical assistance for improvement projects and monthly People’s Network gatherings. 

A few Community Innovators impact examples:

  • Multi-neighborhood coalition created that secured a $250,000 grant for a GreenWalks project that will connect 13 neighborhoods, 9 schools, and 4 business districts
  • Community building events to promote safety and connection
  • Local schools engaging parents in their children’s education and meeting their needs to help them support successful students 
Strategy
Population Served General/Unspecified At-Risk Populations Families
Program Short-term SuccessHelpDescription of short-term achievement(s) or improvement(s) that will result from this program.

Possibilities goal is to achieve lasting improvements in peoples’ lives. Program participants range in age from teens to seniors and represent multiple cultures and economic and education levels. Experiencing this degree of diversity is critical for training leaders. PIP goals include an improved ability to: Connect to others in order to work together; analyze personal strengths and weaknesses; effectively express ideas to others (i.e. public speaking); increase participation by creating a safe environment and offering many avenues for participation; self-reflect and discover internal motivation in varied situations; work with diverse groups; access and acquire resources needed for community work; create a collective vision; prioritize individually and with a group; analyze current conditions; create strategies and action plans with others; deal with and resolve conflict; problem solve; motivate others; and take action for what they wish to achieve (complete transformation projects).

Program Long-term SuccessHelpDescription of the ultimate change(s) that will result from this program. This may be far into the future or represent an ideal state.

Ultimately, participants mobilize their communities for action, working as agents of change and designing projects to address community-identified needs. At the group level intermediate and long-term outcomes include: increase in partners, increase in diverse, broad-based participation, improved functioning, establishment of common vision/goals, and group productivity and completion of community projects.

With the nature of large-scale change, long-term outcomes are expected at the community level. Examples include, increased student performance (stronger families), increased community involvement in schools (community schools), decreased crime (safer neighborhoods), and physical improvements and beautification (safer neighborhoods, economic growth). Possibilities' role in sustaining groups is to help create a structure that works best for that community. Possibilities continues partnerships until sufficient leadership has developed to sustain progress with limited support.

Program Success MonitoringHelpDescription of the tools used to measure or track program impact.

For individuals, short-term/intermediate outcomes are measured by a posttest. Recent results demonstrate some program benefits: 100% of participants report feeling empowered to make a difference; 100% report enhanced ability to communicate with others; 100% report they can better work with diverse groups; 100% report improved facilitation skills; 100% report increased confidence; 100% report increased public speaking ability; 100% report increased ability to lead groups/tasks; 100% report increased ability to handle group conflict; 100% report greater conflict resolution understanding; 95% report increased knowledge of tools to encourage participation; 95% report increased access to resources; 95% report increased ability to motivate others; 100% report enhanced problem-solving skills; and 100% report increased willingness to take risks.  

Examples of Program SuccessHelpSpecific examples of changes in behaviors or testimonies of changes that demonstrate program success.

Numerous community projects are carried out by graduated Community Innovators annually and the impact is widespread. For example, the Near Northwest Regional Alliance is a partnership created by Community Innovators five years ago to combat neighborhood isolation and promote collaboration. This group includes thirteen neighborhoods, nine schools and four business districts. Their efforts promote local communities, addressing threats such as construction, traffic concerns and utility realignments. Because they work together, they are able to advocate for their vision, created using Possibilities tools. They have launched a GreenWalks plan to install limited interior sidewalks in the four square mile area (roughly NW 23rd to I-44 and Pennsylvania to I-235) and have secured a $250,000 grant as their first project funding. Community Innovators initially participating from 2002 - 2005 sustain a multi-community partnership that benefits this area and beyond.

Comments on Programs
CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments

Knowing our partners tell the story of our impact best, please take a look at the testimonial below on how people change through Possibilities...

Claudester Gant

I was a wild and crazy person before Possibilities helped me pull it all together. They showed me what community is all about. It is not only learning about community, but also learning about yourself. In working with Possibilities, I have more confidence in myself. It’s like a self-help program. It’s OK to be who you are. Possibilities allows you to do that. Just do you! I have learned to enjoy other people’s lives, while having a life of my own.

I have found a new sense of direction and with my new sense of direction, I have a better outlook on life. I have learned how to listen and appreciate my family and have patience with them. I associate now with people that really care and want something out of life. My direction is just being a part and helping out. When other people are depending on you, you have to do your part. You have to make it happen. I have learned how to make it happen and take on responsibility.

Trinity Church in North Highlands is my community. With my church, I volunteer with two nursing homes to serve the elderly, and with the Foundation of the Disabled to serve meals once a week. I also joined the Citywide Usher Board. I am an inspector for the Oklahoma County Election board. I have never done anything like this before Possibilities.

Possibilities helped me to become trustworthy and to put my trust in other people. It has been hard for me to trust other people. They showed me how to trust again while working and helping people choose better options. I have never seen people like those at Possibilities who will help you with projects and programs to better your life. They are not fake. Possibilities really is changing lives for people that want to make a difference.

CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Shannon Dennis
Start Date Feb 2008
Email shannon@possibilitiesinc.org
Experience Shannon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work and a Master's of Social Work: Administration and Community Planning degree from the University of Oklahoma. She is an experienced facilitator who has served as a consultant for the Center for Nonprofits and as a faculty member for the University of Phoenix. Her experience in grassroots community development combined with her skills for planning and developing systems for sustainability serve her vision for a well-connected and vibrant Oklahoma City.
Staff
Number of Full-time Staff 4
Number of Part-time Staff 2
Number of Contract Staff 0
Number of Volunteers 100
Staff Retention Rate 100
Are professional development opportunities provided? Yes
Does CEO/Executive Director have formal evaluations? Yes
Management reports to board? Yes
Staff Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 3
Caucasian 3
Staff Demographics - Gender
Male 1
Female 5
Organizational Plans
Fundraising Plan Yes
Policy against commission-based compensation for fundraising consultant Yes
Communication Plan Under Development
Strategic Plan Yes
Number of Years Strategic Plan Considers N/A
Date Strategic Plan Adopted June 2016
Management Succession Plan No
Organization Policies and Procedures Yes
Collaborations

Possibilities looks to local solutions for problems, takes a long-term approach, helps people gain leadership skills and confidence to work for lasting change, teaches partners to create shared vision, promotes understanding and embraces conflict that can arise from difference.

Partnerships are critical for Possibilities inclusive and innovative transformation efforts. Located in the heart of Oklahoma City, Possibilities works where invited by the community and encourages broad-based participation to ensure adequate leadership development. Historically, work began within the inner city in 90-95% low to moderate income areas and have expanded to include the greater metropolitan area and beyond. Possibilities partners with numerous communities. A few recent communities include representatives from Central Oklahoma Teen Pregnancy Prevention Collaboration, ReMerge, Oklahoma City Public Schools and Western Heights Schools. Peer organization and school participation extends the reach of Possibilities methods to create lasting community transformations and enhances direct service approaches of nonprofits and schools. A list of 139 graduates' communities is available.

Affiliations
AffiliationYear
United Way of Central Oklahoma member agency2001
Awards
Awards
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
One Award, Potts Family Foundation Award, CommunityOklahoma Center for Nonprofits2009
Risk Management Provisions
Commercial Auto
Commercial General Liability
Directors and Officers Policy
Crime Coverage
General Property Coverage and Professional Liability
Workers Compensation and Employers' Liability
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government (federal, state and/or local)? No
Board Chair
Name Lucy Fritts
Company Affiliation American Fidelity Assurance Company
Term July 2016 to June 2017
Email lucy.fritts@americanfidelity.com
Board of Directors
List Current as of Jan 19, 2017
Board of Directors List
NameAffiliationStatus
Ed Cunliff University of Central OklahomaVoting
Annette Ellis Oklahoma Natural GasVoting
Lucy Fritts American Fidelity Assurance CompanyVoting
Larry Hopper EMBARKVoting
Rick Johnson Frankfurt-Short-Bruza Associates, P.C.Voting
Scott Kulczycki BOK FinancialVoting
Dan Maloney American Fidelity Assurance CompanyVoting
Theresa Seitz OG&EVoting
Tena Slaughter OG&EVoting
Traci Tabyanan American Fidelity Assurance CompanyVoting
Mary Trivitt American Fidelity Assurance CompanyVoting
Jesse Wells Devon EnergyVoting
Brent Wheelbarger Trifecta CommunicationsVoting
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 2
Caucasian 11
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 7
Female 6
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3 years
Percentage of Board Making Monetary Contributions to the Organization 100 %
Percentage of Board Making In-Kind Contributions to the Organization 100 %
Board Orientation Yes
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Written Board Selection Criteria? Under Development
Standing Committees
Board Development / Board Orientation
Advisory Board / Advisory Council
Communications / Promotion / Publicity / Public Relations
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Executive
Finance
Special Events (Golf Tournament, Walk / Run, Silent Auction, Dinner / Gala)
Advisory Board
Advisory Board Members
NameAffiliation
Janis Hodges BancFirst
Linda Lambert LASSO, Corp.
Ed Pulido Folds of Honor Foundation
Ted Streuli The Journal Record
Comments on Board & Governance
CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments

Possibilities is fortunate to have an engaged and talented Board of Directors. The Board works through committees to carry out the recently revised strategic goals of (1) Financial Sustainability, (2) Strong, Diverse Board, Staff and program participants (3) Public Awareness and (4) Mission Driven Program. Committees:

Fundraising Events to carry out the annual Power of Possibilities Luncheon and Signature Event(s). Objectives include helping identify and secure sponsors, inviting guests, recruiting help outside of the Board, determining event roles and helping with set-up and clean-up.

Funding to cultivate new and existing donors and carry out annual campaigns. This committee participates in researching and identifying prospects, seeks funding with personal contacts, and maintains periodic follow-ups with existing investors.

Marketing to assist with resources for media needs, engage the media in events, create consistent messaging and capture stories from Board and partners.

Board Development to identify and recruit members, orient and engage members, provide education for the Board and engage and support the Advisory committee.

Executive Team and Finance to conduct business of the organization and ensure fiscal integrity.

Board members exhibit diverse skills such as financial/accounting, information technology, education, corporate training and fundraising. The organization has made strides in evaluation of its strategic plan and structure, as well as in recruitment of new members. For example, the organization recently revised and reaffirmed its strategic objectives and priorities. The Board has recruited four new members in the last fiscal year, including the organization’s first Board Serve program graduate. Two new members have been recruited thus far this fiscal year. Possibilities culture remains one of constant improvement. Staff, Board, and volunteers are committed to evaluating progress, implementing needed changes and maximizing opportunities.
Current Fiscal Year
Fiscal Year July 01, 2016-June 30, 2017
Current Year Budgeted Total Income $373,600
Current Year Budgeted Total Expenses $373,600
Financial Documents
Audit2016
Audit2015
Audit2014
Audit2013
Audit2012
Audit2011
Audit2010
IRS Letter of Determination
Prior Three Years' Financial History
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201520142013
Contributions------
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$60,000$285,000$53,050
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Federal------
State------
Local------
Unspecified------
Individual Contributions$109,070$108,897$137,117
$34,214$35,190$35,190
$148,414$31,755$21,238
Investment Income, Net of Losses$108$101$121
Unrealized Gain/Loss------
Membership Dues------
Special Events------
Revenue In-Kind$3,820$75$2,157
Other$8,726----
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$232,198$239,141$250,449
Administration Expense$49,281$52,440$50,576
Fundraising Expense$32,518$30,634$30,175
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.161.430.75
Program Expense/Total Expenses74%74%76%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue16%7%13%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$370,114$322,988$187,036
Current Assets$241,470$322,818$172,811
Long-Term Liabilities------
Current Liabilities$9,003$12,232$15,083
Total Net Assets$361,111$310,756$171,953
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities26.8226.3911.46
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Funding Sources
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountEarned Revenue $148,414Foundations & Corporations $285,000Individuals $137,117
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountIndividuals $109,070Individuals $108,897Foundations & Corporations $53,050
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountFoundations & Corporations $60,000Indirect Public Support $35,190Indirect Public Support $35,190
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next Five Years? No
Comments on Financials
Foundation Staff Comments
All prior year financial information is from audited financial statements.
Address PO Box 60254
Oklahoma City, OK 73146
Primary Phone 405 525-3131
CEO/Executive Director Shannon Dennis
Board Chair Lucy Fritts
Board Chair Company Affiliation American Fidelity Assurance Company

 

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