Health & Wellness

Community Fundraiser to Support Two Local Causes

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Signature Salon in Readington will be host to a fundraiser on Sept. 10.
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WHITEHOUSE STATION, NJ — Signature Salon & Spa will play host to a community fundraiser on Sunday, Sept. 10 at 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to benefit two worthy causes.

The event will support Samantha Ahimovic, 36, a local resident who is currently battling stage-4 kidney cancer; and the Whitehouse Fire Company, a 100 percent volunteer organization that provides fire protection to the more than 2,800 homes and businesses in the Whitehouse Fire Company Protection District.

One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to these two worthy causes.

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“At Signature Salon & Spa, we believe in giving back to the community,” said Dana Garner, co-owner of Signature Salon & Spa. “All are invited and we hope people will come out for a fun afternoon to support two well-deserving causes.”

There will be a hair-cut-a-thon, cryotherapy sessions, mini-facials and food provided by local restaurants. There will also be a silent auction, raffles and prizes, plus face painting and other activities for the kids, including the chance to touch the fire station’s big ladder truck.

Firemen will be grilling hot dogs and hamburgers. Also, crafters and vendors will be selling their handcrafted items and goods.

“It’s an opportune time to start your holiday shopping early,” said Garner.

Signature Salon & Spa offers a full complement of exceptional and professional salon and spa services, including complete hair design and customized styling, hair and scalp treatments, coloring and highlighting techniques, massage therapy and body treatments, facials, as well as manicures, pedicures and nail art. The Spa also offers yoga classes with a certified instructor. Signature Salon & Spa also offers cryotherapy sessions in its walk-in cryosauna. Whole Body Cryotherapy is a revolutionary and natural way to achieve a multitude of health benefits simply through the exposure of cold temperatures for short amounts of time. Clients have reported faster athletic recovery, decreased muscle and joint pain, positive effects on mood and even relief from certain skin conditions.

Signature Salon & Spa is family-owned and operated and has served the Whitehouse Station community and surrounding area for more than 15 years. More information on Signature Salon & Spa can be found at: http://www.signaturesalonspa.com.

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