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|Tuesday, July 21, 2009|
After learning the trade as a child in Russia, Nelli Millard found her way to Bend, where she now runs an alteration and custom clothing shop, Sewing By Nelli Millard. With the recession looming over her, she plans to expand to help the business grow.
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