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The Avenue Academy Students Honors Breast Cancer Survivors

Posted by Admin On October - 27 - 2014

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness: The Avenue Academy is offering free beauty services to Breast Cancer Survivors and immediately family members.

Come out to Austin’s only beauty and barber school as we honor and pamper individuals for Breast Cancer Awareness Month Saturday Nov 1st 10am-2pm.

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Services are limited to one service per person and you must be rocking pink!

Refreshments and music will be provided as well as free give aways.

Services Include:
• Shampoo & blow dry
• Manicure/Pedicure
• Eye brow arch
• Style & cut

Come out and let the students of The Avenue Academy honor, pamper and spoil you! Saturday Nov 1st 10am-2pm. 5306 w. Chicago Ave.


The students and staff of The Avenue Academy are not only honoring survivors and current fighters, we’re donating all wigs created by students in efforts to simply shed a little happiness in their lives. Breast Cancer is very near and dear to our hearts and our students are using their talents to empower, uplift and motivative individuals to continue their fight and to know they are not alone.


If you are a breast cancer survivor and fighter or know someone that is, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 773-921-6990 or email us directly avenuebeautyacademy@yahoo.com and theavenueacademy@gmail.com


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