little miss sew it all inc.

39 memorial blvd.
east moriches, new york 11940

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
MAY 16, 2014

NYS DOS ID#
4578403

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SUFFOLK

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

Name History
2014 - LITTLE MISS SEW IT ALL INC.









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  • Detwiler Fire leaves family only memories
    By Kurtis Alexander - Saturday Jul 22, 2017

    MARIPOSA — Beneath the sweltering foothill sun, Miki and Jai Crawford stood in the front yard of their daughter’s home eyeing an odd but deliberately placed pile of stuff: two trash bags filled with clothes, several bins of family photos and a few pieces of small furniture, including an old sewing machine and a cuckoo clock.The items, strewn across a tarp next to an oak tree Friday, were all that the couple managed to rush out of their three-bedroom house before it burned in last week’s explosive wildfire west of Yosemite National Park.While what survived was little more than memories of raising three children in their home of 22 years, the Crawfords spent the recent morning taking stock of what they had — and, more importantly, what they would need going forward.Residents up and down the state will see skies continue to clog with suffocating summer smoke, and thousands in small towns and rural hills have already begun the tiresome drill of evacuating their homes until danger passes.While the Crawfords have not been back to their property since the fire hit — the area has remained under mandatory evacuation — their son has.Just like the homes on either side of them in the community of Mount Bullion, a few miles northwest of Mariposa, the Crawfords’ house was reduced to a pile of chalky debris.Jai works maintenance at the dump in Mariposa and Miki, 56, makes crafts that she sells at local fairs.Amid the somber talk of their future, Miki Crawford felt a pang of comfort when she realized the wisdom — and luck — of her impromptu decision earlier in the week to pack out her sewing machine.[...] she can continue to work, she said, and though that probably won’t produce the kind of windfall they need to get their lives back in order, it will at least help — and take her mind off the fire.The couple left within minutes, gathering up their six dogs and the few things they’d thrown together the day before, all the while expecting that they’d be back in their house soon.Sixty homes have burned in the Detwiler Fire since it began last Sunday, fire officials say.With the fire, the total area turned to ash in California since Jan. 1 has grown to nearly 200,000 acres, about twice what usually burns by this time of year, according to state and federal figures.The activity, officials say, is because of a wet winter that left behind an unusually thick proliferation of combustible grass and brush.In historical downtown Mariposa, which remained shutdown to all but firefighters until Friday afternoon, residents and merchants were already doing what they could to help fire victims.Bob Borchard, owner of Bett’s Gold Coin tavern — which at 167 years old is said to be the oldest occupied building in the Mother Lode — was preparing to open the bar after a four-day closure and serve food and drinks to locals.While Borchard was turning on the tavern lights, the president of the town’s Chamber of Commerce stopped by to talk about fundraising.Several aid groups, including the American Red Cross, were inviting donations while victims like the Crawfords were accepting contributions through individual GoFundMe accounts.“On Sunday, we were swimming in our pool with our four grandchildren,” Miki said, as she clutched one of the surviving photos that showed her home with colorful jasmine growing out front.

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