Revelstoke salons fundraising for stylist Bev Christie

Revelstoke salons will be hosting a fundraiser for local hairstylist Bev Christie this Wednesday, Sept. 28.

Local salons are fundraiser to help long-time Revelstoke hairstylist Bev Christie.

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Revelstoke salons will be hosting a fundraiser for local hairstylist Bev Christie this Wednesday, Sept. 28.

Pure Image and Salon Safari will donate 100 per cent of service sales, while 1st Impressions and Birch & Lace will donate 10 per cent off service sales to Christie, to assist with medical and travel expenses.

If you cannot make it down on Wednesday and would still like to drop of a card or donation, there are condolence boxes at Pure Image and Beyond Gifts.

Thank you to the community of Revelstoke in advance.

~ Pure Image, Salon Safari, 1st Impressions Hair Salon, and Birch & Lace

 

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