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Sylvie Gaeckler, left, and Joanne Hutchins, co-founders of the Moms Who Kick for Breast Cancer, pause during the fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio in Melville to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Moms Who Kick for Breast Cancer Research

Long Island moms take to the runway at Four Food Studio to raise money for the American Cancer Society to rund breast cancer research. Fashions were supplied by Lonnys, and jewelry was from Ron Rizzo of East Hills.

Hannah Lusterman, one of the Moms Who Kick,
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Hannah Lusterman, one of the Moms Who Kick, models a Pure Faith chiffon tunic and Standerd black denim for the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio in Melville to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Melville, NY - : Laura Hartman, one of
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Melville, NY - : Laura Hartman, one of the Moms Who Kick, models an outfit from Lonnys during the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio in Melville. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Dawn Zacharakis, a member of the Moms Who
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Dawn Zacharakis, a member of the Moms Who Kick, models clothing from Lonnys during the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio in Melville. (Feb. 11, 2010)

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Joanne Hutchins, a co-founder of Moms Who Kick
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Joanne Hutchins, a co-founder of Moms Who Kick for Breast Cancer, models fashions from Lonnys during the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Sylvie Gaeckler, a co-founder of the Moms Who
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Sylvie Gaeckler, a co-founder of the Moms Who Kick, models a fashion from Lonnys during the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio in Melville. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Christie Lauren models a gown from Iman Bridal
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Christie Lauren models a gown from Iman Bridal Salon during the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio in Melville. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Sylvie Gaeckler, a co-founder of the Moms Who
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Sylvie Gaeckler, a co-founder of the Moms Who Kick, models fashions from Lonnys for the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Karen Alpert, one of the Moms Who Kick,
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Karen Alpert, one of the Moms Who Kick, models a black and white splatter dress from WestonWear during the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. (Feb. 11, 2010)

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Megan Martin, one of the Moms Who Kick,
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Megan Martin, one of the Moms Who Kick, models a Madison Dress and leggings from 2877 during the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Laura Hartman, one of the Moms Who Kick,
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Laura Hartman, one of the Moms Who Kick, models an embroidered maxi dress from Love & Luxury for the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Joanne Hutchins, a co-founder of the Moms Who
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Joanne Hutchins, a co-founder of the Moms Who Kick, models a leather and ponte dress from Alice + Olivia during the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Dawn Zacharakis, one of the Moms Who Kick,
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Dawn Zacharakis, one of the Moms Who Kick, wears a military-style coat from Zelda and Standerd jeans for the fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Moms Who Kick co-founders Sylvie Gaeckler, middle, and
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Moms Who Kick co-founders Sylvie Gaeckler, middle, and Joanne Hutchins, right, pose on stage after the finale of the Moms Who Kick fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. At left, wearing a gown, is Christie Lauren. (Feb. 11, 2010)

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Mom models gather on the catwalk at the
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Mom models gather on the catwalk at the fashion show and fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Sylvie Gaeckler, left, and Joanne Hutchins, co-founders of
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Sylvie Gaeckler, left, and Joanne Hutchins, co-founders of the Moms Who Kick for Breast Cancer, pause during the fashion show and fundraiser at Four Food Studio in Melville to benefit the American Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. (Feb. 11, 2010)

Breast cancer survivor Laney Liner works on her
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Breast cancer survivor Laney Liner works on her kicks during at Tiger Schulmann in Plainview. Liner became a model for the Moms Who Kick for Breast Cancer calendar project. Looking on, rear left, is Moms Who Kick co-founder Joanne Hutchins. Moms Who Kick is a group of women, mostly martial arts enthusiasts, who raise money for breast cancer research. (Feb. 25, 2010)

Moms Who Kick co-founder Joanne Hutchins works on
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Moms Who Kick co-founder Joanne Hutchins works on her kicks at Tiger Schulmann in Plaiview. The Moms Who Kick for Breast Cancer Research project was launched by Hutchins after her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. (Feb. 25, 2010)