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Martha Hayward Beads for Breast Cancer. Martha Hayward (breast cancer survivor consent # 1745, PFAC member) doing workshop on making bead necklaces at the Blum Resource Center.
People in photos:
Martha Hayward (sometimes glasses, black sweater with lavendar shirt underneath, gray hair to chin)
Leslie Donovan (Martha’s sister, short gray hair, glasses, consent # 1748)
Yelena Tolchinskays (dark hair, glasses, leopard top, consent # 1746)
Kari Dudley (leopard scarf on head, consent # 1744)

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