Hair-A-Thon success thanks to support
Published 10:51 am Tuesday, August 11, 2015
We would like to thank everyone who helped us serve our community through the back to school Hair-A-Thon on Aug. 1.
We appreciated the cooperation of the children and their parents/guardians who made serving such a pleasure.
It was truly a joy to see the smiling faces during the entire event. We serviced approximately 60 children in four hours with four stylists. Harvest for the Hungry did receive some monetary donations, although it was not expected.
Special thanks to Aladdin’s Art Gallery, city of Ironton, Ironton First United Methodist Church’s pastor and volunteers, Ohio State Board of Cosmetology, Tools 4 School participants, Matthew Coyer, Melanie Coyer, Nellis Haller, Mika Jones, Shannon Luther, Glenda Martin, Steven Scott, Pat Stambaugh and Debbie Thompson. God is good.
Eric and Tabitha Coyer
Ambiance Salon owners