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Woman sees more than fabric in aprons
Times photo: Brenda Steurer Deb Vande Hey, Monroe, attaches a tag to one of the aprons she recently made. Vande Hey makes her aprons from tablecloths brought to her by customers and friends. Vande Hey hopes her aprons can become family heirlooms, she said.
MONROE - To Deb Vande Hey, aprons can be more than just something to wear while cooking. They can be something to pass on from one generation to the next.

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