70 Lowe St Auxiliary has just completed a magnificent fundraising effort to set up a beauty Salon for residents of Lowe St. Residents will be able to have new hairstyles, manicures or a facial.
Mrs. Jane Richardson, 70 Lowe St Auxiliary President believes everyone deserves to be pampered and made to feel special. The newly renovated Beauty Salon will do exactly that for the residents of Lowe St. The Auxiliary is delighted to have funded such an enterprise and have been tirelessly fundraising all last year. I thank the Auxiliary for their untiring efforts to improve the care for the elderly.
On behalf of her staff, Mrs. Sharon Taylor, the Manager of 70 Lowe St emphasized what a wonderful project this is to get the great support of the Auxiliary, a dynamic group of women is wonderful. Mrs Taylor looks forward to the residents enjoying the Beauty Salon.
East Grampians Health Service Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Nick Bush thanked the Auxiliary for their generosity of spirit to see the Beauty Salon developed and thanked them for the great support to improve the lives of the residents of 70 Lowe St. Mr Bush also thanked Member for Wannon Mr Dan Tehan for officially opening the salon.
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