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Salon wants to help kids look their best for Christmas
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COURTESY PHOTO Pictured helping decorate the tree at the Hair Studio is on the left Braven Heredia, 2-year-old son of Josh and Tonya Heredia, owners of Hair Studio, and on the right is Racey Schaffer, 2-year-old daughter of Michael and Melanie Schaffer. Melanie is a stylist at the studio.

The Hair Studio at 1007 Williams in Great Bend is doing its Kuts for Kids again this year and needs some help from the community by choosing a name from its Christmas tree and making a $10 donation so these kids get their hair cut for Christmas.
“We are focusing on foster kids again this year,” said Tonya Schaffer of the Hair Studio. “Every year we receive more names and every year we continue working harder to get all of these children in for a haircut so they can look their best for the holidays. Everyone deserves a haircut but not everyone can always  afford one. This is why in our profession we stand up and make a change for those who need help. We all know that we feel our best when we look our best and sometimes that is a simple haircut and everyone deserves that especially at Christmas time. So if anyone is willing or needing to make a change in someone’s life or want to make a donation please come see us at the salon so we can get everyone taken care of again this year.”
For more information, call 620-793-6133.