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Support a Local Hero and Look Great at Hazel and Co. Holiday Party

Susan Heyes has gotten back to doing what she loves best, designing fashion for women and pregnant women.  After nearly being driven out of business by the Canada Line construction project, Heyes relocated her Hazel & Co. store to Main Street.  Now she's celebrating with a party and a 50%-off sale tomorrow night (December 15th) from 4-9.  Join me for Hazel and Co.'s holiday party and sale, get some great additions to your wardrobe AND support a courageous local hero.  See you there.

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