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Hellen Hsieh of Mountain View prepares to hang artwork by members of Abilities United at Cafe Zoe in Menlo Park. Hsieh was honored with a President's Volunteer award for her 200 hours of service to Abilities United, an agency that serves Santa Clara and San Mateo residents with disabilities. Hsieh, the proprietor of Design Loft in Mountain View, painstakingly frames the artwork with donated materials, helping the art sell more quickly and command higher prices, says Wendy Kuehnl, Abilities United's marketing director. Photo by Michelle Le.

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Posted by Abilities United
a resident of another community
on Jan 18, 2012 at 11:48 am

Many, many thanks to Hellen Hsieh for her dedication and talent in making the artwork by artists at Abilities United look so beautiful and professional. Hellen adds an incredible design touch to the extraordinary art created by the dozens of artists Abilities United is privileged to represent. Congratulations Hellen on your Presidential "Call to Action" Volunteer service award! You are a wonderful role model for all of us and we couldn't do our work without you!


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