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Wednesday, 15 August 2012 00:00

Fashions for mastectomy patients to be featured at talk

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Jody Kraner, owner of Amaste Woman, will speak from 1-3 p.m. Aug. 20 in the conference room of the Cooperative Extension Office.

Amaste Woman is a company that creates and offers sewing patterns for making flattering, asymmetrical robes or tunic tops with soft draping fabrics for women who have had a single-side mastectomy. The clothing can be adapted for either right or left side mastectomy.

The public is invited to this event, and there is no charge. The N.C. Cooperative Extension and the Sew Easy Girls are sponsoring the seminar.

Register. 828.584.4009.

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