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Santa Cuts at Moore Street

12/6/2017, 10:20 a.m.
"Santa Cuts" will return to the Salvation Army’s Moore Street Community and Worship Center on Wednesday, Dec. 14 to give ...

The Salvation Army is partnering with local stylists to give kids confidence and a special treat for Christmas.

"Santa Cuts" will return to the Salvation Army’s Moore Street Community and Worship Center on Wednesday, Dec. 14 to give local children ages 0-18 a haircut for free. On a first come first serve basis, the local non-profit Hands of Favor will be providing the haircuts from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The community center is located at 5325 N. Williams Ave.

In addition, youth and families will receive free hair care products and hair care education -- and have the opportunity to visit with Santa Claus!

Something as simple as a haircut can leave a lasting impact on a family, and for some kids, they’ve never had a good cut or style because it is too expensive. Volunteers working this event want every child to feel special and providing them a new haircut can help them feel like a whole new person.