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Free haircuts in honor of Child Cancer Awareness Month

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CEDAR FALLS (KWWL) - September is Childhood Cancer Awareness, and a Cedar Falls salon is offering free hair cuts to help benefit Locks of Love.


On Sunday, September 28th Jiva Salonspa will offer a free shampoo, cut and style if you are able to donate the required 10 inches for Locks of Love.  Haircuts are by appointment only.  Jiva will also accept monetary donations to benefit Childhood Cancer Research.


“Childhood cancer awareness is something that is very close to our hearts,” says Shay Caley, Salon Manager.  “We're excited to be able to support a great cause while supporting our Jiva family.” 


Stop into Jiva at 223 Main Street in Cedar Falls, or call 319-268-0772 to schedule your appointment today! 

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