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Lucy Muhlfeld Kazickas To Be Honored By CMEE

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Running up Lucy's Way. REMY MCFADDEN

Running up Lucy's Way. REMY MCFADDEN

CMEE Founder

CMEE Founder

 Lucy Muhlfeld Kazickas. REMY MCFADDEN

Lucy Muhlfeld Kazickas. REMY MCFADDEN

CMEE. REMY MCFADDEN

CMEE. REMY MCFADDEN

The jungle gym at CMEE. REMY MCFADDEN

The jungle gym at CMEE. REMY MCFADDEN

A fireman and his fire truck. REMY MCFADDEN

A fireman and his fire truck. REMY MCFADDEN

CMEE's Mascot

CMEE's Mascot

BY SHAYE WEAVER on Jun 18, 2012
A mother, a business owner, a friend and a trailblazer, Lucy Muhlfeld Kazickas will be honored by the Children’s Museum of the East End at a cocktail party on Friday... more

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