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Attendees received 10 percent off Puritan clothing and 10 percent of proceeds benefited WE CAN.
Cape Cod Magazine has already heard from multiple businesses who would like to participate in the next year’s event.
Sharee Sanders Gordon, deputy city attorney and Neighborhood School safety attorney in Los Angeles, said talking with parents and teachers is the best way to deal with how girls are stalked by would-be pimps.
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