If your kids are students of Warrick County schools, they have the opportunity to take advantage of free back-to-school haircuts in 2023.
Summer break is nearing its end. It feels like just yesterday, the kiddos were getting out of school and eager to take advantage of summer. In about a month’s time, kids will be returning to school. That means now is the time when parents are planning out their back-to-school shopping lists. Clothes, shoes, and school supplies don’t come cheap, especially for those who have multiple children. Some families cannot afford all of the required school supplies. Throw in new clothes for school because they outgrew their clothes from last year, which can put many in a bind…especially with the way the economy has been. Then, you want to make sure your kiddos look presentable before school with a fresh haircut. All of that money adds up, and one Boonville saloon recognizes that. So they want to help take a little bit of pressure off of your shoulders by offering free back-to-school haircuts!
Free Back To School Haircuts for Warrick County Students
Lux Hair Salon in Boonville, Indiana will once again be offering back-to-school haircuts for Warrick County Students in grades Kindergarten through 12th for FREE this summer. Free haircuts will be given on Saturday, August 5th, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
According to their Facebook Event Page:
It’s that time of year again! Our team is so excited to give back to our children in the community!
Last year we had 90 children come through our doors for haircuts. This year we are asking for you to fill out a quick registration form, that helps us know how many goody bags to prepare for you. The form is not a requirement, but it is very much appreciated. Each child will receive a goodie bag and haircut.
Registration link under “tickets”
The cuts are on a first come, first serve basis. We will not be making appointments this year. We appreciate your understanding.
If you would like to sign your students up for these free haircuts, you can do so by clicking here. Make sure you book an appointment ASAP or come in early that day to sign up with your child’s name and a good contact number so that you can ensure your kid has a spot.
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