Gold Rush Park 6/5/13

The old Downieville Lion’s Memorial Park is no more, it has an official name. Henceforth it will be called.. Gold Rush Park. The winner of the Name the Park contest sponsored by the Downieville Improvement Group (DIG).  David Marshall originally submitted the name and he will be the lucky guy who gets to cut the ribbon at the formal dedication ceremony.

The final tally of the five finalist names is:

Gold Rush Park *****  33 votes

Riverview Park *****    16 votes

The Forks Park *****    14 votes

Downieville Park *****     7  votes

Yuba Downie Park ***    3 votes

Other                    *****    4 votes

Carrie’s Corner 6/5/13

Carrie’s Corner
By: Carrie A. Blakley
With the heat getting worse already, try to keep in mind that not only can the heat cause damage, but it can also make you sick. Keeping yourself hydrated with cold, fresh water is one way to keep your body cool. However, water alone will not help you keep up your health. Try alternating water with other cool fluids, such as fruit juices and energy drinks (such as Gatorade or Activate water). As refreshing as they are, try and keep clear of carbonated drinks. It takes more for your body to break these drinks down, and the ‘cooling effect’ they have is momentary, at best. Remember, your pets will also need to keep cool during these hot days. Keep a small wading pool outside in the shade for your dog…and keep fresh bowls of cold water outside in the shade for all of your pets that are out door pets.
In order to keep the heat-related damages down to a minimum, keep all ground debris out of the way. If you can, try keeping your refuse raked up and placed in a plastic bag or container. Make sure the container gets a slight bit of air flow, and if necessary, water it down until you’re able to take it to the dump. Remember, even plastic can get very hot, so always use protective gardening gloves, or safety gloves when you’re handling items out in the sun.
Most of all, keep your children safe during the heat. Keep a small wading pool outside in the shade for them. Make frozen juice pops for them to cool off with, and during the height of the heat, keep them inside (if possible) in the cooler temperatures. Heat sickness/stroke is not biased towards any particular age group, so please keep yourselves, and your families safe from heat-related harm. This includes your ‘fur-babies’.

Spring For Schools Success 6/5/13


The 2nd Annual “Spring for the Schools” Fundraiser Huge Success Thanks to The Sierra Valley Hot Springs.

Thanks to the generous efforts of the Sierra Hot Springs and Manager Kaisa MacDonald, Coordinator Kip Richardson and the rest of its wonderful staff, The Sierra Schools Foundation’s 2nd Annual “Spring for the Schools” wellness day fundraising event on Saturday, May 11th brought in more money and had a larger attendance than last year. There were more people from inside and outside our local communities relaxing in the pools, enjoying the amazing lunch, taking the different classes, and coming together to celebrate the beauty of the Sierra Valley for a great cause. A one-of-a-kind fundraiser, it gives everyone an opportunity to enjoy the hot springs with a bathing suit on!  A big thank you to Pilates instructors Paula Smith from Full Circle Movement, Angela Wiley from Portola Station Pilates in Portola; Tai Chi instructor Tia Robinson; yoga instructors Eric Hadji and Charles and a huge thanks to local message therapists Heidi Brooks, Charlene Nichols, and Michelle Milazzo.  Proceeds from the event go to fund educational grants for the teachers and schools of the Sierra-Plumas Joint Unified School District, which make a direct and meaningful impact on the educational lives of our students.




Sierra County Sheriff’s Log 5/27 to 6/2/13



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Sierra County Sheriff’s Public Log


  • Gunshot reported in downtown Downieville
  • Caller needed assistance in resolving family dispute
  • Loose black calf on Hwy 49 south of Loyalton
  • Ring found in Sierra City
  • Suspicious phone call in Loyalton
  • Another double yellow line crosser near Downieville citation
  • Illegal dumping in Verdi reported by Washoe County SO


  • Dead deer on Hwy 49 outside Loyalton
  • Shots fired in Toiyabe National Forest near Verdi
  • More suspicious phone calls in Loyalton


  • Vehicle crossing double lines almost hitting patrol vehicle near Downieville
  • Stolen generator in Loyalton
  • Suspicious items found in Sierra County says Washoe County
  • Rings stolen from purse at Wild Plum Campground
  • Peace being disturbed in Loyalton


  • Civil dispute in Sierra City
  • Injured canine on Hwy 89  Sierraville
  • Dirt bikers causing problems and using profanity in Loyalton
  • Civil dispute in Loyalton
  • Teenagers being suspicious around trailer park in Loyalton
  • Civil dispute in Sierraville
  • Old Loyalton Middle School windows being vandalized
  • Traffic collision in Loyalton
  • Unruly student reported at Loyalton Elementary School
  • Medical emergency needs ambulance in Loyalton


  • 9-1-1 Static caller hang up from Sierra City
  • Trespassing in Alleghany
  • Miscellaneous items found in Loyalton
  • Subject appears for court commitment in Downieville
  • 9-1-1 Static caller in Sierra City again
  • Thirty black and red cows on Hwy 49 in Sierraville
  • Feral cats reported in Calpine


  • Stray dogs running loose in Verdi
  • 9-1-1 call back to static on line Sierra City
  • Numerous cows on Hwy 49 near Loyalton
  • Human Services alarm activated in Downieville
  • Fire reported Lemon Cyn and Henness Pass Rd
  • Disabled vehicle blocking access to Loyalton senior complex
  • Reports of unsafe driving in Loyalton
  • Possible DUI driving from Sierra City to Downieville


  • Possible child abuse in Loyalton area
  • Medical emergency in Sierraville reported from Life Alert
  • Medical emergency in Loyalton
  • Family disturbance reported in Downieville
  • Peace being disturbed in Loyalton

Bike Rodeo Pictures 6/5/13


Downieville Senior Brandon McDermid organized a Bike Rodeo for bikers at the Downieville School on Saturday June 1. It was well attended as these pictures attest.

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Brandon checks details of Bike Rodeo Project

Brandon checks details of Bike Rodeo Project

Bike Rodeo Senior Project for Brandon McDermid

Bike Rodeo Senior Project for Brandon McDermid

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IRS HOAX 6/5/13

IRS ‘Scandal’ is a Hoax

By William Boardman

Can’t Anyone Here Play This Game Straight?

Almost everything you hear and read in the media about the current IRS “scandal” is based on deliberate falsification of basic facts.  Some might call it lying.

Here’s a reasonably typical media-framing of the IRS lie, from the usually careful and accurate Economist, posted May 23:  “Even before this month’s revelation that conservative political groups applying for 501(c)(4) status were being singled out for special scrutiny….” 

You see this false framing of the IRS story across the media spectrum, from Info wars to ABC News and NBC News to the Economist to DemocracyNOW! (The latter on May 24:  “the scandal over the targeted vetting of right-wing groups…).    Even the usually reliable Wonkblog at the Washington Post doesn’t get the story right, apparently because it hasn’t read the relevant law.

An exception to this remarkable mental stampede in the wrong direction was Jeffrey Toobin (New Yorker, May 14) who wondered, “Did the I.R.S. actually do anything wrong?”  His answer started to put the story in reasonable perspective, with a focus on tax law and political money:  “…the scandal isn’t what’s illegal—it’s what’s legal. It’s what society chooses not to punish that tells us most about the prevailing ethical standards of the time.”

Anatomy of a False Narrative – Lying, Laziness, Partisanship, What? 

How is it that the conventional framing is dishonest?  Here are some of the ways:

1.     It wasn’t a revelation.  All kinds of people were aware of the underlying problem, that 501(c)(4) tax status abuse had been going on since 1959, and that it took a quantum leap after 2011, when the Supreme Court’s Citizens United Decision opened the democratic process to money flooding that would be facilitated by the secrecy offered by the 501(c )(4) status.

2.     There were bi-partisan public hearings on the problem scheduled by the Senate well before the “scandal” broke.   Anyone could look it up.

3.     As soon as the story broke, Lawrence O’Donnell (MSNBC The Last Word) was reporting accurately on the issue, rooted in the difference between a law that says 501(c)(4) organizations should be “exclusively” for social welfare and a 1959 IRS regulation that says, with Orwellian authority, that “exclusively” is to be interpreted to mean “primarily.”   Too many reporters and others still do not get this, even though responsible research begins with these primary sources.

4.    No one was singled out.   That’s right, no one was singled out.  The problem with 501(c)(4) applications is that the IRS must review every one to see if the applicant qualifies for tax-exempt status.  Given the flood of applications from political groups of all sorts post-Citizens United, the IRS needed some way to make sure those applications were “primarily” for social welfare, even though political insiders knew that had been a joke for years (Karl Rove’s Crossroads GPS and are both IRS-approved 501(c)(4) organizations, of which there are thousands – reportedly 97,382 in 2011).

5.     There is no reason within the law that any political organization should get a tax subsidy from American taxpayers.  That is allowable only under the IRS regulations put in place in 1959 under the Eisenhower administration.  And the Congress could fix this virtually overnight by restoring “primarily” to its original meaning in the law, “exclusively.”  Perhaps, the real scandal, and a bi-partisan one at that, is that that’s not what’s happening.

6.     No one was singled out.  The IRS at some level (that eventually included Lois Lerner) made a remarkably stupid, tone deaf, inept effort to identify applications that were more likely than others to be primarily political.   Looking for applications tagged “tea party” may have reflected the reality of an inordinate number of such applications, but it was really dumb.  Using the tag “party” not only would have done the job, but would have been wholly defensible, since no political party is eligible for public tax subsidy and secrecy for its donors.

7.     No one was singled out.  The IRS net for possibly political organizations caught some 300 applications.  Of these, no more than a third were “conservative” or “tea party” or “right-wing.”  The rest were something else, including “liberal” and “left-wing.”  None of the so-called conservative group applications were denied.  Some were delayed, deservedly so, but a group can function as a 501(c)(4) with an application pending, so it’s hard to see how much damage a delay would do, if any.

8.     At least some of the groups on the right were clearly partisan and perhaps broke the law.   The New York Times of May 26 reports in a story wrongly headlined “Groups Targeted by I.R.S. Tested Rules on Politics” describes several tax exempt groups that spent money on partisan activities.

9.     One of the groups, Emerge America, was granted 501(c)(4) status in 2006 in order to train women to run for elected office.  In 2012, when an IRS review showed that Emerge America was training only Democratic candidates, the IRS revoked the group’s tax-exempt status.

10. Another group calling itself “CVFC 501(c)(4)” on its application in 2010 gave its address as the same as “Combat Veterans for Congress PAC” (political action committee).   Perhaps PAC triggered a closer look.  While awaiting an IRS decision, CVFC spent almost $8,000 on radio ads for a Republican candidate.  CVFC omitted this expenditure from its 2010 tax return.  On a questionnaire asking if it had engaged directly or indirectly in political activity on behalf of a candidate, CVFC checked “NO.”

NBC News Reporting Achieves Incompetence and Partisanship 

In a report on May 29, “Open Channel Investigative reporting from NBC News” (bylined Lisa Myers, Rich Gardella, Talesha Reynolds) starts with a flat-out false headline: “IRS higher-ups requested info on conservative groups, letters show.”

The story begins:  “Additional scrutiny of conservative organizations’ activities by the IRS did not solely originate in the agency’s Cincinnati office, with requests for information coming from other offices and often bearing the signatures of higher-ups at the agency….”

The letters don’t show that.  NBC provides two letters, and both come from and direct responses to the IRS Cincinnati office, although one letter also has an apparently hand-stamp signature for “Lois Lerner, Director, Exempt Organizations” and no address other than Cincinnati.  The letters comprise nine pages, of which five pages are form letters.  Each of the applicants also received a personal, two-page request for additional information to justify tax-exempt status.

The IRS asked Ohio Liberty Council Group in March 2012 to update a two year old filing, and to describe its planned activities, public events, membership recruitment, political activity, and lobbying – if any.

The IRS asked Linchpins of Liberty if they had adopted bylaws or chosen a board of directors. The IRS also wanted to know, among other things, about the organizations income and expenses, its loan agreements and other contracts, and whether its activities wound go beyond selling a book (“Linchpins of Liberty”) written by its president.   NBC fails to note that this isn’t a response to a relevant 501(c)(4) application, but the IRS answer on May 6 to an application for the more stringent 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.

If You Hate Government, Do You Hate It More When It Does Due Diligence?  

Nothing in these two letters suggests anything more than due diligence by the IRS in protecting public policy and assets.   The information in the story came to NBC mostly from attorneys representing the complaining groups.   NBC provides no reliable, independent support for the opinions of its biased sources, even though it reports those opinions as more or less fact.

The IRS story went off the tracks of fact the moment Lois Lerner planted a question with a reporter at an American Bar Association conference on May 10.  In answer to the reporter’s posing of Lerner’s question, Lerner answered this way, as reported by Associated Press (no transcript appears to be available):

“The Internal Revenue Service apologized Friday for what it acknowledged was ‘inappropriate’ targeting of conservative political groups during the 2012 election to see if they were violating their tax-exempt status.

“IRS agents singled out dozens of organizations for additional reviews because they included the words ‘tea party’ or ‘patriot’ in their exemption applications, said Lois Lerner, who heads the IRS division that oversees tax-exempt groups. In some cases, groups were asked for lists of donors, which violates IRS policy in most cases, she said.”

For whatever reason, the AP makes the IRS apology institutional even though it comes from a mid-level IRS manager ratting out people she was supposed to be managing.  The news catches her superiors in the IRS, as well as the White House, completely off guard.    It also sets off a right-wing feeding frenzy, which the AP reports at length in the same story

Somebody Needs to Give This Story a Little Perspective and Proportion

Only near the end of the story, in a clumsily written paragraph, does the AP reporter touch on the factual context for the news Lerner was breaking and in which she had been a central player:

“In all, about 300 groups were singled out for additional review, Lerner said. Of those, about a quarter were singled out because they had ‘tea party’ or ‘patriot’ somewhere in their applications.”

In other words, about 225 applications were not “political conservative groups, as AP had reported at the top of the story, and for which it has yet to issue a correction or an apology.   

Given her unusual behavior over the past few years, it doesn’t seem all that strange that Lois Lerner has refused to answer questions in Congress, pleading the Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination, while refusing to resign from her $180,000-a-year job (she’s now on administrative leave).

What seems much stranger, but not as surprising as it should, is that so much of the media goes on reporting as fact the partisan political version of a story that never happened.

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Burn Permits Suspended June 1, 2013

CAL FIRE Officials Suspend Burn Permits

TNF Initiates Fire Restrictions


Nevada City…..Effective Saturday, June 1, 2013, residential burn permits will be suspended for Nevada, Placer, and Yuba Counties and fire restrictions will go into effect in the Tahoe National Forest announced both Brad Harris, CAL FIRE Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit Chief and Tom Quinn, Tahoe National Forest Supervisor.  “Despite the recent, light rain, conditions in the foothills and the high country remain unseasonably dry for this time of year.  Warming temperatures, dry winds, and very dry fuel moisture levels have prompted this early fire season response,” stated Quinn.    “We have already seen fire activity that is not normally observed until late July or August.  The unusual lack of rain this past winter and spring, prompted the early burn ban and fire restrictions,” said Chief Harris.


Beginning June 1, the burn permit suspension applies to areas in Nevada, Yuba and Placer counties that fall within state responsibility area and local jurisdiction under contract with CAL FIRE.  Anyone who burns in violation of the suspension will be subject to appropriate civil or criminal action and could face cost recovery charges for the fire suppression response.  All fires or smoke reported will be considered a wildfire and a full suppression response will be dispatched to the scene.


In the Tahoe National Forest, beginning June 1, campfires are not permitted in the backcountry but only in developed campgrounds and other designated sites (in the metal rings/grills provided).  Portable stoves, including those that use gas, jellied petroleum or pressurized liquid fuel are permitted in backcountry areas with a valid campfire permit.  Propane-type Bar-B-Q’s can be used outside designated sites where camping is permitted, but charcoal Bar-B-Q’s can only be used in designated campgrounds.  Smoking is only permitted in an enclosed vehicle or developed recreation site.  Internal combustion engines, including off highway vehicles (OHV’s) can continue to be operated on roads or motorized trails and within the Prosser Pits OHV area.  The personal wood cutting program will continue to operate, as long as individuals have a valid woodcutting permit and follow the conditions on the permit. Campfire permits are free and are available at all Forest Service, BLM, or CAL FIRE offices.


Please check with the appropriate agency for current restrictions when planning to visit any forest, park or open space for the remainder of the summer. For more information on these restrictions, visit the TNF website at  or the Forest Service office nearest you.  Offices are located in Sierraville (530) 994-3401, Truckee (530) 587-3558, Camptonville (530) 288-3231, Foresthill (530) 367-2224, and Nevada City (530) 265-4531.


Although residential landscape debris burning will no longer be allowed, residents must be prepared as the ever-present danger of destructive wildfires is a reality for many living in California.  Defensible space around your home helps firefighters defend your property.  By simply completing these steps, homeowners can dramatically increase the chances of their home surviving a wildfire:


  • Remove all flammable vegetation 30 feet from all structures
  • In an additional 70 feet, create a reduced fuel zone by spacing trees and plants from each other.
  • Clear all needles and leaves from roofs, eaves, and rain gutters.
  • Trim branches six feet from the ground.
  • Remove branches 10 feet from all chimneys.
  • Landscape with fire resistant plants


For more information contact your nearest CAL FIRE facility or visit

Wednesday May 29, 2013

Well, this week’s thought is about thinking. I think we all need to think a little more. It’s hard to do these days, there is so much information to absorb. But do we really absorb it or are we just reading the words without really thinking about what it means or whether there is any validity. Have we all become knee jerk responders agreeing with what we think we know? Have we lost the ability to stop and say to ourselves, “wait a minute that doesn’t make sense”. Is there really a “common sense”? Will my common sense be the same as yours? I’m one who thinks there really isn’t any one “common sense” and understanding how someone else can come to a different conclusion using the same information is important. It isn’t easy to accept another’s point of view but it isn’t that difficult either.  Okay, I am beginning to ramble here, I need to think about it some more.

So enjoy the photo by Sierra City Photographer Mary Davey and be sure to read all your favorite articles this week. Enjoy.

The Mountain Messenger (real paper) 5/29/13


You can subscribe to the Mountain Messenger  and help Don avoid the shame and embarrassment of having to beg for retirement funds. It is obvious from the picture that Don Russell the Editor does not have any shame as he is smiling as if he has not a care in the world. That is such a shame. Please help him by filling out the subscription form below. He is older and getting closer to the golden handshake, well he doesn’t work for the County so that won’t work anyhow… so just subscribe. Please, I’m begging you.

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5/29/13 Apparently Don Russell, poor fool, doesn’t understand what this sign means about his financial health.

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Time to Think Again 5/29/13


The following is from and is the daily excerpt. It made me think about the drafters of many documents including the Constitution that we tend to interpret as if the world stopped in 1776 and 1787. I think we all need to think more.

In today’s selection — the paradox between Thomas Jefferson’s authorship of the Declaration of Independence and his ownership of slaves.  When he drafted the Declaration of Independence Jefferson wrote that the slave trade was an “execrable commerce …this assemblage of horrors,” a “cruel war against human nature itself, violating its most sacred rights of life & liberties.” Yet when he had the opportunity in 1817 due to a bequest from Revolutionary War hero Thaddeus Kosciuszko, he did not free his slaves.  Jefferson owned more than 600 slaves in his lifetime and at any given time approximately 100 slaves lived on Monticello.  In 1792, Jefferson calculated that he was making a 4 percent profit per year on the birth of black children.  Jefferson’s nail boys alone produced 5,000 to 10,000 nails a day, for a gross income of $2000 in 1796, $35,000 in 2013.”With five simple words in the Declaration of Independence — ‘all men are created equal’ — Thomas Jefferson undid Aristotle’s ancient formula, which had governed human affairs until 1776: ‘From the hour of their birth, some men are marked out for subjection, others for rule.’ In his original draft of the Declaration, in soaring, damning, fiery prose, Jefferson denounced the slave trade as an ‘execrable commerce …this assemblage of horrors,’ a ‘cruel war against human nature itself, violating its most sacred rights of life & liberties.’ …

Portrait of Thomas Jefferson byRembrandt Peale, 1800
 Portrait of Thomas Jefferson by Rembrandt Peale, 1800 
Isaac Jefferson, ca. 1847, an enslaved blacksmith who worked on Jefferson's plantation.
Isaac Jefferson, ca. 1847
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“But in the 1790s, … ‘the most remarkable thing about Jefferson’s stand on slavery is his immense silence.’ And later, [historian David Brion] Davis finds, Jefferson’s emancipation efforts ‘virtually ceased.’ …

“In 1817, Jefferson’s old friend, the Revolutionary War hero Thaddeus Kosciuszko, died in Switzerland. The Polish nobleman, who had arrived from Europe in 1776 to aid the Americans, left a substantial fortune to Jefferson. Kosciuszko bequeathed funds to free Jefferson’s slaves and purchase land and farming equipment for them to begin a life on their own. In the spring of 1819, Jefferson pondered what to do with the legacy. Kosciuszko had made him executor of the will, so Jefferson had a legal duty, as well as a personal obligation to his deceased friend, to carry out the terms of the document.

“The terms came as no surprise to Jefferson. He had helped Kosciuszko draft the will, which states, ‘I hereby authorize my friend, Thomas Jefferson, to employ the whole [bequest] in purchasing Negroes from his own or any others and giving them liberty in my name.’ Kosciuszko’s estate was nearly $20,000, the equivalent today of roughly $280,000. But Jefferson refused the gift, even though it would have reduced the debt hanging over Monticello, while also relieving him, in part at least, of what he himself had described in 1814 as the ‘moral reproach’ of slavery.

“If Jefferson had accepted the legacy, as much as half of it would have gone not to Jefferson but, in effect, to his slaves — to the purchase price for land, livestock, equipment and transportation to establish them in a place such as Illinois or Ohio. Moreover, the slaves most suited for immediate emancipation — smiths, coopers, carpenters, the most skilled farmers — were the very ones whom Jefferson most valued. He also shrank from any public identification with the cause of emancipation.

“Before his refusal of Kosciuszko’s legacy, as Jefferson mulled over whether to accept the bequest, he had written to one of his plantation managers: ‘A child raised every 2. years is of more profit then the crop of the best laboring man. in this, as in all other cases, providence has made our duties and our interests coincide perfectly…. [W]ith respect therefore to our women & their children I must pray you to inculcate upon the overseers that it is not their labor, but their increase which is the first consideration with us.

“In the 1790s, as Jefferson was mortgaging his slaves to build Monticello, George Washington was trying to scrape together financing for an emancipation at Mount Vernon, which he finally ordered in his will. He proved that emancipation was not only possible, but practical, and he overturned all the Jeffersonian rationalizations. Jefferson insisted that a multiracial society with free black people was impossible, but Washington did not think so. Never did Washington suggest that blacks were inferior or that they should be exiled.

“It is curious that we accept Jefferson as the moral standard of the founders’ era, not Washington. Perhaps it is because the Father of his Country left a somewhat troubling legacy: His emancipation of his slaves stands as not a tribute but a rebuke to his era, and to the prevaricators and profiteers of the future, and declares that if you claim to have principles, you must live by them.

Author: Henry Weincek

Title:  The Dark Side of Thomas Jefferson

Publisher: Smithsonian magazine

Date: October 2012

Art Show in Downieville June 4th

Don’t miss the Kindergarten through 3rd Grade Art Show at the Downieville School on  Tuesday June 4, 2013 from 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Katie o’Hara will be presenting all of the student’s artwork throughout the school year at this fantastic show.

Jesse Eugene Dunnam 1984 – 2013

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Jesse Eugene Dunnam

Born on a beautiful Monday

While the rain fell lightly

October 1, 1984

He peacefully left us on

May 26, 2013

Jesse was greatly loved

And will forever be missed

Remember me when I am gone, the wind, the sand and the sea

Like a seashell found and tucked away on your shelf

Remember me when I’m gone…

A celebration of the Life and Times of Jesse will be held at the home of Dean and Shelly Fischer on June 1 starting at noon with graveside services around 2 p.m.

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