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August 21, 2013 3:17 PM

Merlene Davis: Dress for Success Lexington has found a home, plans to open in late September

I wrote about Analisa Wagoner and Jennifer Monarch in April as they were being overrun by mounds of gently worn clothing. They had run out of room for the generous donations from Lexington women. Now I am writing about them because they have secured a permanent home for Dress for Success Lexington in the Eastland Shopping Center.

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