Workshops and Forums


Four forum sessions are scheduled daily at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m., and 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. Most sessions are designed for a 1 hour presentation followed by a 15 minute Q&A session.

Additionally, we have speakers in YAZ (Youth Aviation Zone). These sessions are less formal and designed to engage youth.

The following presenters have outlined their topics:

A Legacy of Greatness: The Miracle at Kitty Hawk

Darrell Collins, Aviation Historian

Aviation’s raconteur who, in the world of storytellers and in the world of Wright Brothers history, is a dazzling celebrity. You won’t want to miss this one.

Darrell Collins is a native of the North Carolina’s Outer Banks and resides in Manteo, on Roanoke Island. He’s a graduate of Elizabeth City State University in North Carolina and holds a B. S. degree in Geology, Minor in History.

Darrell recently retired from the National Park Service after 38 years in the division of interpretation and education spending the majority of his time at the Wright Brothers National Memorial, where he served as the Historian. He served with NASA in a series of educational programs promoting aviation and the Wright brothers to young children. In 1990 he was selected as the National Park Service top Interpretative Ranger for the Freeman Tilden Award. He was selected by the Department of the Interior to represent the National Park Service for the “Park Ranger Tour Program”, an outreach program for children in major U. S. cities. In 2003 the centennial year of the world’s first flight at Kitty Hawk he represented the National Park Service nationally and internationally promoting the 100th Anniversary of that great milestone in human history. For the past twenty-seven years he has been on the aviation/aerospace lecture circuit.

The Governor awarded him the “Order of the Long Leaf Pine” the highest civilian recognition given by the State of North Carolina for his outstanding and dedicated service to Wright Brothers National Memorial. He was also presented with an international award, the Paul Tissandier Diploma, by the National Aeronautic Association for his career of service to aeronautics and the preservation of aviation history.

Show Tent: Saturday, 1:30-2:30


Airspace Ace

Prof. H. Paul Shuch, AvSport of Lock Haven

In this FAA WINGS qualifying seminar, you will learn to:

  • Identify Class A, B, C, D, E, and G airspace
  • Know when and how to operate in each class
  • Properly equip your aircraft for a given class
  • Demonstrate appropriate ATC communications
  • Avoid inadvertent airspace incursions

Forum Area #2: Thursday, 9:30-10:30


Anatomy of a Near Midair Collision

Prof. H. Paul Shuch, AvSport of Lock Haven

While flying home from last year’s Sport Aviation Expo, flight instructor H. Paul Shuch experienced an uncomfortably close encounter with another aircraft, resulting in a bruised ego and a broken aircraft. In this FAA WINGS qualifying seminar, Paul discusses his flight plan, the near midair collision (NMAC), its aftermath, and the lessons he learned.

Forum Area #2: saturday, 9:30-10:30


AOPA’s Maximum Fun, Minimum Cost, How to Form and Operate a Flying Club

Les Smith & Jamie Beckett

Join Les Smith, AOPA’s Sr. Director of Pilot Community Development for an entertaining seminar designed to demystify the process of starting and operating a successful flying club. This seminar will teach you how you can fly more, spend less, and have more fun in the process.


AOPA’s Rusty Pilot Seminar

Jamie Beckett, AOPA You Can Fly Florida Ambassador

Life may have gotten in the way, but the dream of flight can be yours again. Returning to the skies is not as difficult as most rusty pilots think. Join AOPA’s You Can Fly Ambassador in Florida, Jamie Beckett, for an intensive but thoroughly entertaining 3 hour seminar that will start you on the path to a successful flight review. Completion of this seminar includes a logbook endorsement for the ground portion of your FAA mandated flight review.

Forum Area #4: Friday, 9:30-12:30


Astronaut Candidate The Mercury 13: Women with the right stuff

Wally Funk, American aviator and Goodwill Ambassador

At five she jumped off the family barn, because she wanted to fly.

At nine years of age she was driving a Model T Ford. Funk attended college at 15, started flying at 16 and became a professional aviator at 20. In the 1960s, Funk was one of 25 women chosen to undergo preliminary astronaut testing.

Meet Wally in YAZ.

Forum area #4: Friday, 2:30-3:30


Avionics for Light-Sport and Experimental Aircraft

Brian Hupe, Garmin

Gain the added safety of Garmin’s industry-leading G3X flight systems for experimental and light-sport aircraft panels with the ability to add optional autopilot systems, datalink weather, traffic surveillance, ADS-B “Out,” ADS-B “In” traffic and weather, geo-referenced charting, and more to enhance your situational awareness. Get a complete overview of the system and see what’s new.

Forum Area #3: Wednesday, 11:00-12:00
Forum Area #3: Saturday, 11:00 -12:00


Doers with Dreams: From Bicycles to Airplanes

Darrell Collins, Aviation Historian

Aviation’s raconteur who, in the world of storytellers and in the world of Wright Brothers history, is a dazzling celebrity. You won’t want to miss this one.

Darrell Collins is a native of the North Carolina’s Outer Banks and resides in Manteo, on Roanoke Island. He’s a graduate of Elizabeth City State University in North Carolina and holds a B. S. degree in Geology, Minor in History.

Darrell recently retired from the National Park Service after 38 years in the division of interpretation and education spending the majority of his time at the Wright Brothers National Memorial, where he served as the Historian. He served with NASA in a series of educational programs promoting aviation and the Wright brothers to young children. In 1990 he was selected as the National Park Service top Interpretative Ranger for the Freeman Tilden Award. He was selected by the Department of the Interior to represent the National Park Service for the “Park Ranger Tour Program”, an outreach program for children in major U. S. cities. In 2003 the centennial year of the world’s first flight at Kitty Hawk he represented the National Park Service nationally and internationally promoting the 100th Anniversary of that great milestone in human history. For the past twenty-seven years he has been on the aviation/aerospace lecture circuit.

The Governor awarded him the “Order of the Long Leaf Pine” the highest civilian recognition given by the State of North Carolina for his outstanding and dedicated service to Wright Brothers National Memorial. He was also presented with an international award, the Paul Tissandier Diploma, by the National Aeronautic Association for his career of service to aeronautics and the preservation of aviation history.

Show Tent: Wednesday, 1:30-2:30


Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Learning to Fly but Were Afraid to Ask.

Dr. Peggy Chabrian,WAI

This fun and educational presentation answers some of the common myths people have about learning to fly. Plus, some practical tips on saving money on flight lessons, how to find a good flight instructor, information about what exactly is required to obtain a Private Pilot certificate and more are included.

Dr. Peggy Chabrian is a longtime aviation enthusiast and professional aviation educator, Peggy is a 2,200 hour commercial/instrument multiengine pilot and flight instructor who has been flying for over 30 years. Most recently she added a helicopter and seaplane ratings to her flight qualifications.

Forum Area #2: Thursday, 11:00-12:00


Falling in Love at First Flight

Jamail Larkins, CEO, Ascension Air

Jamail Larkins has the ability to turn middle school math into something pretty cool. As a guest speaker, he talks to students about having a split-second to calculate his airspeed, altitude and wind so he can safely pull an aerobatics plane out of a dive and avoid slamming into the ground.

At the age of 12, he took his first flight through the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Young Eagles Program and became fanatic with looking at the world from a different perspective. Falling in love at first flight, Jamail decided he would do whatever it took to continue flying.

A World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leader, Experienced Aerobatic Pilot, and in demand public speaker, Jamail Larkins is an entrepreneur, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of two successful companies, and the first Ambassador for Aviation & Space Education for the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration. Meet Jamail in the YAZ.

Show Tent: Friday, 9:00


Flying in a Sharing Economy

Stephen Pope, Editor-in-Chief, Flying Magazine

Stephen Pope is Editor-in-Chief of Flying magazine. He is a commercial multi-engine, seaplane and instrument-rated pilot who started flying at age 15 in a Piper J-3 Cub. Stephen is an award-winning aviation journalist and commercial pilot with multi-engine, instrument and seaplane ratings. A 20-plus-year aviation industry veteran, he has written thousands of articles on a diverse array of topics from advanced cockpit technology to tailwheel flying technique.

Forum area #4: Thrusday, 9:30-10:30


Future of Unleaded Avgas

Chris D’Acosta, Swift Fuels LLC

Swift Fuels is a global leader in the development of unleaded avgas to replace 100LL. Swift Fuels has introduced an unleaded 94-motor-octane fuel for aircraft whose engines specify minimum 94-MON or less (generally, engines with lower compression ratios). This encompasses approximately 50 percent of the U.S. fleet – and includes autogas certificated aircraft, light-sport aircraft, and aircraft with engines rated 94-MON or less. You will learn about Swift Fuels’ nationwide deployment plans. The transition to unleaded avgas begins now!

Forum area #1: Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday; 2:30-3:30
Friday, 11:00-12:00

 


Future of Unleaded Avgas

Chris D' Acosta

Update of Swift Fuels involvement in PAFI testing.

Swift Fuels is a global leader in the development of high-performance unleaded aviation fuels. This includes UL102, an unleaded 102 Motor octane aviation gasoline that meets ASTM D7719 and a 94 Motor octane aviation gasoline that meets ASTM D7547,

This includes advanced efforts to finalize certification of UL102 by the FAA’s Piston Aviation Fuel Initiative (PAFI) for use in all airplanes currently fueled by 100LL. 94 MON Avgas is in the process of being commercialized and is expected to expand to more airports as quickly as possible.

In addition, Swift has developed SwiftJet, a renewable jet fuel being evaluated by the FAA’s Continuous Lower Energy, Emissions, and Noise (CLEEN) program.


Garmin Experimental Avionics– G3X Touch and ADS-B Solutions

Brian Hupe, Garmin

Learn about Garmin’s industry leading G3X Touch flight system for experimental aircraft with the ability to add optional autopilot systems, data-link weather, traffic surveillance, geo-referenced charting and more to further enhance your situational awareness. Discussion will also cover ADS-B products and recommendations for both new aircraft or retrofit installations.

Brian Hupe has worked for Garmin since 2006 in aviation engineering and sales. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering, is an instrument rated pilot and a homebuilder.

Forum Area #2: Thursday, 2:30 -3:30


Getting Started with an eLogbook by Pilot Partner

Ken VeArd, Pilot Partner Founder

Making the switch from a paper logbook to an electronic logbook can be a big step. There are ways to make the transition that doesn’t require you to spend hours manually entering all your flights. We will demo how to covert years of flying in a paper logbook into Pilot Partner in a matter of minutes using the Carry In Total Feature. We will also discuss how to import data into Pilot Partner should you choose to go the extra mile and bring all the data over.

Forum Area #2: Thursday, 9:30-10:30


How To Fly & Stay Alive

Wally Funk, American aviator and Goodwill Ambassador

Female Aviation Pioneer, Wally Funk, was the first female FAA Inspector and first female NTSB investigator. Wally has investigated over 450 accidents as an NTSB investigator. Join Wally to hear and learn from her gripping stories.

Forum area #3: Thursday, 2:30-3:30


How to Start a Successful Flying Club

John Rousch, President, Heartland Flying Club; VP of EAA Chapter 1240

If you’re interested in finding a way to keep your flying budget within reason, meeting new friends, and expanding your flying skills and knowledge, come and be a part of the forum on developing a flying club. Using the Heartland Flying Club based right here in Sebring as an example, you will learn how it was formed, how a membership and fee structure was determined, explore different aircraft options, scheduling and the optimum, number of members per aircraft. A flying club is a great way to fly inexpensively and still have the freedom to fly when you want. Come and learn how to select the right club for you or how to form one.

Forum Area #1: Saturday, 12:30-1:30


Learn how to fabric cover an aircraft

Stewart Systems

Learn how to fabric cover an aircraft with the latest technology in waterborne aircraft coatings.  Stewart Systems products are non hazardous, non flammable, environmentally friendly, and provide a beautiful, durable and long lasting finish you will be proud of.

Workshop Tent: Daily


LSA Buying and Flying Tips

Lou Mancuso, President, Bristell Aircraft

Our power point presentation LSA Buying and Flying Tips gives prospective buyers tips on what to look for when considering a purchase of an LSA. It also includes operational tips to keep the pilot safe.

Forum Area #1: Thursday-Saturday, 9:30-10:30


Machado Defensive Flying

Rod Machado, Flight Instructor, National Accident Prevention Counselor, & Writer

Learn some of the defensive secrets that have kept pilots from falling victim to aviation’s natural predators and enemies. Tom Wolfes book, The Right Stuff, portrayed individuals having superior survival skill. The Right Stuff, as it is known, is made up of a strategic method of thinking. These thought patterns are presented to help pilots make each flight with confidence and safety.

Show tent: Thursday 1:30-2:30


Machado’s Aviation Humor

Rod Machado

Rod Machado will present laughs and giggles with some of his craziest aviation stories, both new and old. Come prepared to laugh (and learn, too!) with Rod Machado.

Show tent Friday 1:30-2:30


Mapping the way forward: Living the life you deserve

La’Shanda Holmes, U.S. Coast Guard Helicopter

Why she is a local hero and a game changer: Holmes overcame early adversity in her life to become the first black female helicopter pilot in the history of the U.S. Coast Guard.

Holmes’ early life was difficult to say the least: Her mother committed suicide when she was 2, and after abuse occurred in the foster home where she lived, Holmes was separated from her sibling. Afterward, Holmes bounced through the foster care system until she found stability at 17 with the people she still calls her “parents.”

The first time she was out over the water in a helicopter, Holmes knew she was hooked.

“We did hovering and flying low over the water. I was like a little kid. It was like nothing I had ever done or seen before. It was awesome,” she said. “Everyone in the aviation community was so close. There was a real sense of camaraderie that I wanted to be a part of.”

The culmination of her years of hard work were realized when she received her wings at graduation. Pinning her was Lt. Jeanine Menze, the Coast Guard’s first black aviator. Meet Ms. Holmes in YAZ.

Forum Area #3: Friday and Satuday, 2:30-3:30


Navigating the FAA IACRA Website

Prof. H. Paul Shuch, AvSport of Lock Haven

Pilots applying for a new certificate, rating, or privilege must all use the FAA’s Internet-based Integrated Airman Certificate and Rating Application (IACRA). Join Prof. H. Paul Shuch at this FAASTeam WINGS qualifying forum, as he walks you through the process of creating an account, and using the IACRA system.

Forum Area #2: Friday, 9:30-10:30


Pilot Partner eLogbook for Pilots

Ken VeArd, Pilot Partner Founder

In this session, we will look at the benefits of using Electronic Pilot Logbooks over a traditional paper logbook.  We will cover the basic concepts and features that Pilot Partner provides such as:  Automatic Flight Currency, Flight Totals and Reporting.  We will also discuss the best practices of switching fully electronic or also keeping your paper logbook.

Forum Area #2: Saturday, 12:30-1:30
Wednesday, 2:30-3:30


Pilot Partner eLogbook for Students and CFIs

Ken VeArd, Pilot Partner Founder

In this session, we will focus on using Pilot Partner Electronic Pilot Logbook during training.  We will look at it from both the Student’s point of view and from the Instructors point of view.  You will learn how to get your flights electronically signed by your instructor and how to log your endorsements properly.  Then we will dive into our CFI Dashboard that enables instructors to track their students’ progress through a training program.

Forum area #3: Friday, 9:30-10:30

 


Rotax 912/914 Service and Operating Tips

Phil Lockwood, President, Lockwood Aviation

If you own, operate or have any interest in the bestselling LSA engine in the world today, the Rotax 912, you won’t want to miss this presentation. Get the latest details on the new electronically fuel injected Rotax 912is and the latest tips and tricks on installation, service and operation of all 9 series Rotax aircraft engines. Phil will also include his latest recommendations on fuel and oil. Phil will take questions at the end of the presentation.

Forum area #1: Saturday, 11:00-12:00


Rotax Aircraft Engine Maintenance, The Two Strokes

Phil Lockwood, President, Lockwood Aviation

If you fly an aircraft powered by a 2 stroke Rotax Aircraft Engine, or plan to in the future, you don’t want to miss this informative presentation. Phil Lockwood, president of Lockwood Aviation Supply, The number one Kodiak Authorized Rotax Service Center in North America, will offer his insight into the best ways to maintain and operate your Rotax Aircraft engine. Phil will demystify the latest service information on the most popular 2 stroke Light Sport Aircraft Engines in the world. Phil will also discuss the latest information on fuel and oil for the Rotax.

Forum area #1: Thursday, 11:00-12:00


Samurai Airmanship Bushido – A well-defined code of conduct that can save your life.

Rod Machado, Flight Instructor, National Accident Prevention Counselor, & Writer

Samurai Airmanship is about the philosophy of conduct known in Japan as “Bushido.” Pilots operating under this code of conduct seem almost immune to the psychological predators that ensnare and consume their fellow aviators. “Get-home-itis, get-there-itis, and make the passengers-happy-itis” are just a few of these. As powerful as these psychological enemies are, pilots with a well-defined aviation Bushido seem unaffected by their presence. A well-defined code of conduct is paramount for sound decision making.

Forum Area #3: Thursday 11:00-12:00


Shasta Waiz: Dream Soar!

Shasta Waiz, pilot, founder, Dream Soar

Dreaming big is only the beginning for Shaesta Waiz. Born in a refugee camp in Afghanistan, to becoming the first female civilian pilot from her country, Shaesta plans to complete a 90-day global flight to 30 destinations, on five continents, in 18 countries…solo. Why? Because a dream to young women and men who also wish to pursue aviation should not be ignored. These dreams needs to turn to reality, especially as the workforce for talent in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and aviation careers are scarce, affecting the pipeline over the next 10-20 years. Shaesta comes to the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo with her Dream Team and will speak with attendees in a paired engagement with the Chair for Dreams Soar’s Board of Directors, Lyndse Costabile. Their interactive presentation takes flight exposing youth to what dreams can do when turned to good will and reality! Come aboard the global flight mission to inspire the next generation of STEM and aviation professionals. Learn more here: http://dreamssoar.org/about-shaesta/

Show Tent: Thursday, 9:00
Show Tent: Friday, 9:00
Forum Area #2: Friday, 2:30-2:30
Forum Area #1: Saturday, 2:30-2:30


Stewart Hamel, SkyRunner

Stewart Hamel, President, SkyRunner

“SkyRunner is part aircraft, part all-terrain vehicle,” said Stewart Hamel, SkyRunner president. “It’s 85 percent humbugged, 15 percent airplane.”

Shreveport businessman Stewart Hamel wanted to start manufacturing what he described as a part all-terrain vehicle/part light-sport aircraft. But Hamel says he ran afoul of an “overzealous and hostile” EPA official who wouldn’t provide a required sticker to move a prototype model, built in England, from the U.S. Customs facility at the Shreveport airport. It took a few years, but he finally succeeded in producing what effectively is a dune buggy, with an attached parachute, that can fly for 200 nautical miles at 55 mph at 10,000 feet above sea level. It’s top speed on the ground is 115 mph. Hear Stewart Hamels story.

Forum area #1: Wednesday, 11:00-12:00
Forum area #2: Thursday, 12:30-1:30
Forum area #4: Friday, 12:30-1:30
Forum area #2: Saturday, 11:00-12:00


The Legacy of Heroes

Melissa Mathiasen, Sikorsky Test Pilot and Chief Pilot for the S-92

Melissa Mathiasen is a Test Pilot for Sikorsky Global Helicopters at Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. She was the first woman to fly with Arctic Air/s Santa Maria-based crew of eight and one of few women who ever went out to the platforms, since the majority of PXP employees and contract workers were men.

Melissa Mathiasen will share her history and experiences including the Legacy of Heroes Tour to India. This tour celebrated the exemplary and heroic actions of those who fly and maintain Sikorsky aircraft around the world.

Mathiasen will also talk about aviation careers for boys and girls including pilot, mechanic, dispatcher, managers, catering, FBOs, marketing, EMS and flight nurses, engineers, media, FAA jobs, military, and more. She will also share valauable information about the following topics:

  • Drones – uses and facts about drones in aviation
  • Map reading (VFR charts-“highways in the sky”)  (would be nice to have some old charts to use)  The NY WAI chapter had some printed up
  • Aerodynamics
  • Differences between airplanes, helicopters and space craft
  • Organizations for kids (Young Eagles, Girls in Aviation, Space Camps, Civil Air Patrol

Forum Area #3: Wednesday, 11:00-12:00
Show Tent: Thursday, 9:00
Forum area #1: Thursday, 12:30-12:00
Forum area #1 : Friday, 12:30-1:30
Forum Area #3: Saturday, 12:30-1:30


Tips to Choose your Wheels, Brakes and Bush Landing Gears

Claire Beringer, President, BERINGER AERO USA

Wheels, brakes and landing gears are often considered as secondary on an airplane, whose main purpose is indeed to fly… However choosing the best undercarriage for your application can become critical when you have to land in tough conditions! We will discuss the different technologies that you can find on the market and for which purpose they have been designed.

Forum area #2: Wednesday, 9:30-10:30
Forum area #4: Thursday, 11:30-12:30
Forum area #2: Friday, 12:30-1:30
Forum area #2: Saturday, 9:30-10:30


Unmanned Aerial Systems: Imagining the Future

Dr. John Robbins, PhD, Michael den Hartog

This panel is uniquely qualified to discuss how un-maned aerial systems will effect general aviation and how they will become ubiquitous and indispensable in our daily lives.

Show Tent: Daily, 3;00pm-4:00pm


Upset vs recover aerobatics: recovering from unexpected unusual attitudes

Patty Wagstaff, U.S. National Aerobatic Champion

Patty Wagstaff is an acrobatic air show performer and was the first woman to win the title of U.S. National Aerobatic Champion. The word “aerobatics” may seem a little too wild, when in fact, it’s precision flying at its best. We can’t avoid risk completely, but we can train for it. Upset Training leads to improved manual aircraft handling skills. Patty explains why upset training is important and the differences between aerobatics and this kind of training.

Forum area #3: Friday, 12:30-1:30


Where is My Flying Car?

Prof. H. Paul Shuch, AvSport of Lock Haven

Back in the 1950’s, we were promised flying cars by the year 2000. Well, we’re now well into the 21st Century, and it still hasn’t happened. In this FAA Safety Team seminar, we will:

  • Review the history of multi-use vehicles,
  • Explore what’s out there today and on the horizon for tomorrow,
  • Consider lessons learned from the Sport Pilot and Light Sport Aircraft experience, and
  • Contemplate the training, operational, regulatory, and safety implications of having thousands of people out there flying around like George Jetson

Forum Area #2: Wednesday, 9:30-10:30


Would a Real Lady Fly an Airplane?

Dr. Peggy Chabrian, President, WAI

This is a look at women’s involvement in aviation from the early days of the Wright Brothers, during WWII, and through today.

Dr. Peggy Chabrian is president and founder of Women in Aviation International (WAI). The organization was incorporated in 1994 as a result of the success of the annual International Women in Aviation Conference begun in 1990. The conference began with 150 participants in 1990 and had grown to more than 4,800 attendees. WAI represents nearly 12,000 women and men from all segments of the aviation industry including general, corporate, commercial, and military.

Forum area #2: Thursday: 11:00-12:00


Yoke and Pedal: The Lost Art of Flying an Airplane.

Rod Machado, Flight Instructor, National Accident Prevention Counselor, & Writer

Is it OK to use two hands to flare an airplane? Should you crab or sideslip during a crosswind landing? Are you approaching too fast or too slow? When should you raise your gear after takeoff? Should you always land on the numbers? Do you need to fly by the seat of your pants to fly coordinated? What’s the most important thing you need to do to avoid stalling an airplane on final approach? If you’d like answers to these and other flying technique questions, then show up on Thursday morning to laugh and learn with Rod Machado.

Forum area #3  Friday 11:00-12:00


Zenith Aircraft Hands-On Kit Building Workshop

Sebastien Heintz, President, Zenith Aircraft Company

Learn about building your own light-sport aircraft and about the real advantages of owning and flying an airplane that you’ve built yourself. In the hands-on workshop process, participants tackle many activities including learning how to read drawings (blueprints) and work from assembly instructions (manuals). Learn the procedures for putting together an aircraft assembly, including drilling, de-burring and blind riveting. As part of the building process participants cut, file and fit the aluminum alloy (sheet metal) parts. During the 2-day workshop, participants actually construct a Zenith Aircraft rudder assembly from a standard kit. The workshops will be offered twice: Wednesday – Thursday and Friday – Saturday. Additionally, a free, one-hour, hands-on workshop seminar and demonstration will be held daily from 12:30-1:30 at the Zenith Aircraft workshop tent.
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Location/Day: Zenith Workshop Tent, Daily

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