Boone woman finds purpose creating ‘wearable art’

Emilee Geist

Sara Jordan-Heintz  |  Contributing writer BOONE, Ia. — While Sara Letsch was studying biology and anthropology at Iowa State, she never envisioned the life she has today: working as a bus driver for the Ames School District and founding a jewelry business. “Life leads you in very weird ways, but sometimes […]

Sara Jordan-Heintz
 |  Contributing writer

BOONE, Ia. — While Sara Letsch was studying biology and anthropology at Iowa State, she never envisioned the life she has today: working as a bus driver for the Ames School District and founding a jewelry business.

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