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Art and Music Had Healing Touch



Art and music have worked together to heal Francie Klopotic’s wounded soul.

“My dad left on my 10th birthday. He told me he wished I’d never been born,” said Klopotic, who discovered The Monkees on cable television the summer after her father abandoned the family. The comedic antics as well as t...

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  1. What an uplifting story! I am touched by the talent and fortitude of this amazing young woman. May she continue to share her ĺove of music and art. And kudos to Charmain Brackett for bringing this story to light – there’s talent here too.

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