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February 24, 2013

Following their passion

DUNCAN — Debbie Sledge, owner of Eclectic Echo on Main Street Duncan, hosted a trunk show featuring Matilda Jane clothing, brought by dealer Lisa Doan of Norman, on Friday.

Local photographer Amanda Sorensen designed a special set for the event, and photographed the toddlers and young girls in MJ outfits. Sorensen is a local mom of four and enjoys photographing little children when she has a few spare moments.

One of the little models, Reita Grace, 20 months, is the daughter of Krista Starr, who creates vintage style headbands for little girls among other unique items.

Sledge, Sorensen and Starr are all women who have found success in following their passion so they can enjoy family time and have a business.

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