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Letter: Thanks to local salon for thoughtfulness

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Posted: Tuesday, October 29, 2013 12:00 am

I’m most grateful to be in Lodi where I’m constantly reminded of the thoughtfulness of Lodians.

This time it was at a salon where I had my long hair cut for Locks for Love — provider of wigs for cancer patients. They did not charge me for the cut, nor for the shipping. In addition, I got a great cut!

Thank you to this salon and to Roslyn.

Dolores Chávez

Lodi

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