Webster Cutathon For Home And Irondequoit Equestrian A Winner 2009: Karen Boughton

Webster cutathon for Home and Irondequoit equestrian a winner

Karen Boughton Siegelman • Northeast Notes • February 17, 2009 I’ll admit I’m a little bit biased because R Salon, at 15 E.
Main St. in the village of Webster, is my hair salon. Still, based on my experience with the professional stylists there I can nearly guarantee that you won’t be disappointed if you stop by on Monday, Feb. 23, for a special hair-cutting event. R Salon’s owner, Scott Dennis, along with Jeff Peck and the rest of the staff, have invited two Webster hair stylists, Robyn Whittaker, owner of Beyond Cuts, and Dave Gambino, who owns A Guy Thing, to join them for a Cut-A-Thon. The fundraising event, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., will benefit the Webster Comfort Care Home, a place for the terminally ill. The three stylists will be charging only $15 for a haircut and all proceeds will go to the local charity. No appointments are necessary. If you are not due for a trim, there are still reasons to stop by. There will be free makeup applications, prize drawings and free coffee, tea and other refreshments. Lincoln lore Abraham Lincoln was the first president to sport a beard and to be photographed at his inauguration. He still remains the tallest man to serve as our top government leader. Trivial facts like these about our 16th president, along with his many important achievements, will be remembered at the Webster Museum’s celebration of his 200th birthday. Stop by the museum, 18 Lapham Park, between 2 and 4 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 22, to hear interesting stories about this memorable president. There will also be cake and punch for everyone.
Visitors are also invited to bring along Lincoln pennies or five-dollar bills to donate to the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s campaign, “Give A Lincoln for a Lincoln.” The money collected will be used to preserve the six historic Lincoln landmarks in the United States.

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