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When Tasha Kelly-Schafnitz learned that her friend’s mom had a recurrence with breast cancer, the 16-year-old began making puzzles out of wood to sell and help defray some of the medical expenses.
Nov. 12, 2009 in Washington Voices on Page N14
When 16-year-old Tasha Kelly-Schafnitz heard her friend’s mom had breast cancer, she felt bad. When she heard that a car wash benefit to help with medical expenses raised less than …
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