The United Way of Venango County held its second annual Back to School Hair Affair at the Cranberry Mall. Several stylists set up shop socially distanced in the former Bon-Ton store. 153 were able to get back-to-school cuts and walk away with school supplies and more. The Salvation Army dental team gave free screenings and the Venango County Blind Association provided vision screenings as well.
One gentleman, Bill Baker, donated back packs filled with school supplies donated by the Salvation Army. The mall donated use of the space for the one-day event and stylists from Siverly Barber Shop, Designing Concepts Hair Salon and Nirvana Nails and Boutique all gave time for the effort. The Oil City Vineyard Church donated many hair supplies. Aetna Healthcare also donated several masks that were included in the back to school supplies.
Audrina and her siblings will all be styling when they go back to school next week thanks to this volunteer effort.