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Bay Window Quilt Shop owner Sarah Hayden and Kris Warhol, Someplace Safe, hold up some of the chicken calendars created as a fundraiser for Someplace Safe.

Chicken calendar nets $800 for Someplace Safe

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Thanks to some colorful rooster fabric, and the ingenuity of local artisans, $800 was raised to benefit Someplace Safe, a local non-profit working to eliminate violence and oppression through advocacy, education and services.

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"We felt that we needed to do something where we could involve our customers," explains Sarah Hayden, owner of Bay Window Quilt Shop in Perham.

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