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Tapestry Network on the move toward goal

The ladies of the Tapestry Network of Nevada County took third place at the annual Fourth of July parade.
Photo courtesy of M3 Mall |

The Tapestry Network of Nevada County, previously known as “The BAM Project,” continues to set records for its local chapter. The Christian women were out on the Fourth of July for their first parade.

By spinning their colorful umbrellas to Christian hip-hop, the ladies danced their way to third place. Continuing the steps toward a goal of raising $24,000 in 2013 for local charities, the ladies will be back at The Stonehouse on Aug. 15. The venue is being donated by Nikko Wu. Stephanie Sherwood, founder of the nationwide organization, will be the guest speaker.

Funds raised at the event will used for the Ministry: Celebrate Recovery. Register online before Aug. 13 for the early bird discount at http://nevadacountybamtapestry.com/events?eventId=725382&EventViewMode=EventDetails.

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