Thursday, February 20, 2003

MRDD makeovers


Liberty Center clients visit hair stylist

[photo] Becky Hughes smiles as stylist Jessica Cooney cuts her hair at R. Edwards Salon in Hamilton.
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Right, Cooney shows Penny Liniger the results of her haircut Wednesday. Becky and Penny are from Liberty Center, part of the Butler County MRDD program, which joins with the salon in a community integration program.

The Liberty Center sends two clients a month to the salon for a makeover.




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