Anthony David Salon in Burlington to Host Cut For a Cure




Sunday, March 1, from 11-2 the Anthony David Salon, Burlington, MA., will host the first annual Cut For A Cure to help raise funds for Sarcoma research. The event was created by Marian Sales, a five year Cancer survivor. Marian promised herself that on her 5th anniversary of cancer freedom she would create a fundraiser to give back to the Hospital that saved her life and the lives of many others.

In order to honor her commitment to raise money, Marian enlisted the help of Anthony Vitale, owner of the Anthony David Salon. No stranger himself to raising funds for many worthwhile causes, Anthony immediately signed on and together they created Cut For A Cure with the hope of raising at least $5,000.

Anthony and Marian can't do this alone, they need your help to reach their goal. You can help by either attending the Cut For A Cure on March 1, at the salon and for $20 the talented stylists will cut your hair (must have a least 6 inches) and the hair will be donated. Another option is to donate directly to fundraise.massgeneral.org. All proceeds raised will support Sarcoma Research.

For more information contact, cutforacure@yahoo.com or www.anthonydavidburlington.com.

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