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Free haircuts offered to adults in Fargo



Fargo, North Dakota – For several years, Josef’s School have been partnering with The Salvation Army in order for Fargo kids to receive free haircuts before the start of each school year.

They decided to take it a step further last year and offered free haircuts to adults also.

On July 22th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., they will offer free haircuts to adults in the community at The Salvation Army parking lot at 304 Roberts Street.

“We are so blessed to be able to work with Josef’s and offer one more service to folks in need of haircuts in our community. The students at Josef’s school are so polite, professional, and considerate of anyone that sits in their chair. We have been so impressed by the way that their program is run and with the fact that their teachers jump in to instruct and help if we see a crowd of people waiting to get their haircut. They really bless this community,” Kristi Simmons said, public relations and volunteer coordinator for The Salvation Army.

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