Cut-a-thon to raise money for families in need Sunday
Trends of Fashion in Antrim will hold its third annual Shear Hope Cut-a-Thon on Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. to help support three local families in hopes of making a difference in their lives. The Emily Brynger family and Jon Queen family have been touched by cancer and a third family has lost a son, husband and young dad while he was serving his country this year in Afghanistan. (SSG K. Wade Bennett)
Appointments are appreciated to ensure spaces get filled up. The goal is to raise $5,000 this year. All proceeds raised go directly to the families.
The salon will offer men, women and children’s cutting, shampoo blow-out, mini manicure, mini pedicure, colored hair extensions and chair massage.
Hair services are $50; all other services are $25. The entire staff will donate their skills and time to the event. Those calling will be asked to give a deposit of 50 percent to save your appointment time.
The cut-a-thon is also accepting donations for those who are not seeking an appointment.