New Opportunity School for Women founder Jane Stephenson, left, executive director Lori Sliwa and a full clothing bank await the June class. The clothes are given to participants to wear to job interviews.
New Opportunity School for Women founder Jane Stephenson, left, executive director Lori Sliwa and a full clothing bank await the June class. The clothes are given to participants to wear to job interviews. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
New Opportunity School for Women founder Jane Stephenson, left, executive director Lori Sliwa and a full clothing bank await the June class. The clothes are given to participants to wear to job interviews. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

Settled in its new home, Berea's New Opportunity School for Women gears up for a new session

May 12, 2013 10:13 PM

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