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'Not in Mama's Kitchen"

June 04, 2006|by YVETTE MAY / Staff Photographer

Jessica Woodyard, Amy Carey, Betty King, Willie Gandy and Curtis King of the gospel group Broken Chainz perform Saturday during the "Not in Mama's Kitchen" program at the Martin Luther King Center in Hagerstown. The program, founded by Brenda Bell Caffee of Hattiesburg, Miss., is designed to reduce exposure to secondhand smoke by encouraging families to prohibit smoking in their homes and cars. Caffee was the featued speaker at Saturday's event, sponsored by the Coalition for a Healthier Washington County and the Washington County Health Department.

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