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Siesta Key resident Lynn Johns will travel Friday to Haiti to work with orphaned children. This trip will be different from her two previous missions because Johns will be bringing 40 hand-sewn dresses with her for girls at an orphanage in Jérémie.
Stan Writesel and Alan Gravley, from Beginning to End Interiors in Sarasota, offered to make the dresses using their heavy-duty sewing and cutting equipment.
“Just knowing that we made something that some little girl is going to wear is very gratifying and satisfying,” said Writesel.
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