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READY FOR THE CATWALK — Liv Bess, 4, models a pillowcase dress created during the first "Dress A Girl Around the World" sewing bee last Wednesday at the El Dorado Hills library. The dresses go to girls ages 4 to 12 who live in Third World countries.Village Life photo by Mike Roberts
IRON MAN — Justin Bingham of El Dorado Hills irons ribbons for the pillowcase dresses made at the El Dorado Hills Library. Village Life photo by Mike Roberts
NEW DRESS, NEW ATTITUDE — Haitian girls try on their new pillowcase dresses from Hope 4 Women International'€™s "Dress a Girl Around the World"€ campaign, which has provided more than 13,000 dresses to girls around the world. Photo courtesy of Hope 4 Women International

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