May 03, 2012
D'Allens Salon and Fort Service Learning Magnet Academy are sponsoring Cuts for a Cure to benefit Relay for Life on Sunday, May 20th from 1-5 p.m. at D'Allens Salon in Columbus. Hair stylists from D'Allens will provide haircuts for women and men, with all proceeds going to Relay for Life. Women's haircuts will be $20 and men's haircuts will be $10.
Other planned activities include arts and crafts for children and Papa John's will be selling pizza slices for $1. Gift baskets from Bumble and bumble and Aveda will be raffled. Tickets for the raffle are $1 and can be purchased at D'Allens Salon. All proceeds will benefit Relay for Life.
"This is a way we can give back to the community," said organizer and D'Allens stylist Will Godfrey. "I got involved with Relay for Life because my family has been personally affected by cancer, and this is a way for me to use my talents to contribute to the cause."
This unique fundraising event allows hair stylists to contribute to the fight against cancer using their hair cutting skills.
Additional information about Cuts for a Cure, including directions, can be found at http://www.williamrgodfrey.com/Cuts_for_a_Cure.html.
About D'Allens Salon
D'Allens Salon is one of the top salons Columbus, GA. Owner David Carver and his team of talented stylists deliver a range of styling services for men and women...To book an appointment, visit http://www.dallenssalonandspa.com or call 706-563-2200.
About Fort Middle School Service Learning Magnet Academy
Fort Middle School Service Learning Magnet Academy provides service- learning and technology embedded instruction for all students and extended service- learning projects for magnet students. The extended service-learning projects allow magnet students to apply learned knowledge and skills to solve problems of local, national, and global importance through the development and implementation of high-quality service- learning research-based projects.
About Relay for Life
Relay for Life is an overnight relay-style event that benefits the American Cancer Society. In a Relay for Life event, teams of people camp out around a track, with members of each team take turns walking around the track for the duration of the event. There are food, games and activities to provide entertainment and fundraising opportunities. To learn more about Relay for Life, visit http://www.relayforlife.org/muscogee.
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