Selkirk College Hairdressing Program students will be cutting for critters next Tuesday at the Silver King Campus.
In an effort to lend a helping hand to the Nelson SPCA, students will be holding a cut-a-thon to raise money for pets in need of homes. For a $5 donation to the SPCA, this year’s class of hairdressing students will send you away with a new look for a good cause.
Hairdressing students (L-R) Sarah Fominoff, Analisa Stienstra and Meghan Maglio with Berkley the Lab at the Silver King Campus Hairdressing Salon. Students will be cutting hair--for humans and not pets--and raising money for the local SPCA next Tuesday.
“This class loves animals, so they’re quite excited about getting to combine this with their craft,” says Hairdressing Instructor Bonnie Piderman. “With the end of the semester approaching, it’s a nice way to finish up the year.”
The cut-a-thon will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 29. The student with the most haircuts will be awarded a prize and take away bragging rights.
For more information on all the services provided at the Selkirk Hairdressing Salon the Silver King Campus call 250.354.3243.