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Kids to Know have successful "pet" project!

Update: 4:28 pm, 5/27/14, Tuesday WATSEKA -- 12-year old Kids to Know, Kara Floriant and Megan Martell, started making and selling bracelets last year.
Update: 4:28 pm, 5/27/14, Tuesday
WATSEKA -- 12-year old Kids to Know, Kara Floriant and Megan Martell, started making and selling bracelets last year. They use the money to buy supplies for the Iroquois County Animal Shelter. They have already bought $2,000 worth of stuff for the place. Mom says they just love helping the animals.
Original: 2:57 pm, 6/21/13, Friday
IROQUOIS COUNTY -- Two Watseka girls turned playtime into a business. Kara Floriant and Megan Martell started Flotell's Bracelets. They make the jewelry and sell it. The money they make goes to the Iroquois County Animal Shelter.

They'll be selling those bracelets Saturday at an iCARe adoption event. It starts at 11:00 am at Pizza Hut in Watseka. Or you can order bracelets right off the girls' Facebook page.
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