Cut-A-Thon Helps Box Butte County Residents

The ladies at Total Reflections are hosting their 3rd Annual Cut-a-Thon, “Cutting out Cancer” from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, July 26 at 515 W. 3rd Street in Alliance.

“All of us have had family members affected by some form of cancer or another,” said Sharon Wignall, owner and stylist. “All proceeds from Friday are given to Jane’s Closet and are then given to local residents that are battling cancer.

As Sharon mentioned, 100 percent of the proceeds from Friday’s sales will go to Jane’s Closet. To add to that total, Dave’s Pharmacy has agreed to match up to $1,000 for the second year in a row.

What a fun way to not only get a fresh cut but also give to a local charity that helps so many. Give the ladies a call at 308-762-3008 and make an appointment for Friday. Sharon, Lisa Thomas, Jane Davis, and Kristi Sanders will all be available. If by chance you are busy Friday or they have filled up, the community is more than welcome to stop by, make a donation, and say hello.

“My mom had breast cancer and Jane’s Closet was so generous to help her both financially and emotionally,” Sharon said.

Something new to the Cut-A-Thon this year is the “Shave that Saves” contest.

Local businessmen Greg Carter, Troy Stoike, Ryan Reiber, Jason Wentworth, Tim Devlin, and Tim Garwood have all volunteered to be part of the contest. Coffee cans have been placed at various businesses with their faces on it and the public was asked to make a donation in the can of the person that they most wanted to see them have their head shaved!

“The top two money makers will have their head buzzed at noon on Friday,” Sharon said.

This will surely be a fun sight to see. So you don’t miss it we’ll be going Live on our Facebook page so make sure you “like” The Hemingford Ledger’s page.

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