Haircuts to benefit Ramona High’s band program
By Kathy Kubiak
Bella Mia Salon & Spa will host its third annual “Classic Cuts” Haircut Fundraiser in support of the Ramona High School Royal Alliance Band & Color Guard on Wednesday.
“The RHS band is a program that is severely underfunded, and we wanted to support a program that we felt could really use some community support,” said Linda Hall, owner of Bella Mia. “As a small business owner, I challenge other small businesses in Ramona to step up to the plate and support worthy local programs such as
the RHS band. These kids put in a tremendous amount of time and effort, and bring home many awards from competitions in the San Diego area. They are passionate about music, and I believe that music should always have a place in education.”
“Classic Cuts” will be held Oct. 30 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Bella Mia Salon & Spa, 745 Main St.
The haircuts will be done on a walk-in basis by stylists Amber Jauregui, Lauren Roby and Linda Hall. The offer includes haircut only, but no blow dry or style.
RHS band members will provide background music for everyone’s listening enjoyment. Bella Mia will donate 100 percent of the proceeds to the RHS band program. Funds will be used for instrument repairs, transportation costs to competitions and supplemental instructor expenses.
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