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Salon provides day of pampering to people adjusting to life after homelessness...Kirkland Chamber golf tournament set for Aug. 6.

Bella Sirena Boutique Salon stylist Shelby Giovannini cuts a boy’s hair June 1 during the salon’s “day of pampering” for Family Village residents.

Local salon provides day of pampering

A day of pampering — that’s what residents of the Redmond Family Village could expect earlier this month with a visit to downtown Kirkland.

On June 1, the Bella Sirena Boutique Salon provided free haircuts to the residents of the Village, a complex that provides housing to people getting back on their feet after homelessness or life in shelters.

This event was organized by Bella Sirena, in partnership with Lake Street Catering, as a way to offer people a day of pampering “they don’t get the luxury of having, usually,” said event organizer and salon stylist Shelby Giovannini.

Lynn Christianson of Lake Street Catering — a client of the salon — donated her services for the event.

In addition to salon styling, guests also received a parting gift of hair products donated by Maly’s Beauty Supply.

Chamber golf tourney at Willows Run

The 14th Annual Peter Kirk Golf Classic is scheduled for Aug. 6 at Willows Run Golf Club in Redmond.

The scramble format will kick off with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 6. The cost is $100 per golfer and includes greens fees, power cart, range balls, gift bag, awards, prizes and dinner. The pre-registration and payment deadline is July 30.

The Peter Kirk Golf Classic is a fundraising event for the Kirkland Chamber. The event can accommodate up to 144 golfers. Teams of four are welcome or individuals can sign up and be assigned to a team.

To register, contact the Kirkland Chamber at (425) 822-7066. For more information about the Kirkland Chamber, visit www.kirklandchamber.org.


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