Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman

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Beading For a Cure - First Week Auctions

This is the charity where I'm a boardmember. A member of our beading group died of colorectal cancer a few years back and we put together a 501(c)3 charity that funnels almost all our money (we need a bit for postage and stuff like that) to NCCRA. We're all volunteers and we try hard to get as much money as possible to them.

We do this by selling bead kits in February and each person returns a project to us by mid-July so we have time to photograph the projects and get publicity out before we start the auctions.

This week's auctions are five lovely and distinctive necklaces, a beaded doll, a dreamcatcher, a beaded cuff, and a beaded draconic mirror. If anything sounds interesting, go look!
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