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                                                                                                                                                             A Labor of Love                                                                     by: Tracy Uttley Today we salute all workers who go to work each day to support their families. As Martin Luther King Jr said, "No work is insignificant. All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence." In 1956 in rural northern Wisconsin, my mom and dad became teenage parents. Their future looked bleak. But, after laboring in the mines on the Iron Range for seven years, the insurance money from a car accident turned out to be my parent's twist of fate. They used the money to enroll in barber and beauty school in St Paul to learn a trade. They converted an old telephone company into a barber and beauty salon in McGregor, Minnesota, and worked long hours cutting and co

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