May and June Designs

Business Address: 147 N 16th St.
Apt. 12
Wheeling, WV 26003
Ohio County
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Business Contact: Carrie Kleeh
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Veteran Owned Business | Army, Separated | Member since November 30th, 2014

May and June Designs, after many years of being told I need to find a hobby. I finally found something I can't wait to sit down, put my ear buds in, and get to working on a piece of art made of beads or wire. Making jewelry is an exceptional outlet to aid in my battle with PTSD.

Who would have thought that the chick behind the .50 cal in Iraq would end up finding serenity in the process of making jewelry.

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