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Hartselle Enquirer

Girls tickled pink to get makeover

By By Clif Knight, Hartselle Enquirer
The science lab on the campus of Falkville Elementary School was converted into a temporary beauty salon last Thursday much to the delight of a group of fifth grade girls who are member of Girls in Real Life Situations (GIRLS).
Taylor Robinson, Sara Mabrey, Baylee Lockhard, Halee Russell and Katelyn Widner were excited but a little bit anxious when they showed up at the lab for a makeover at 9 a.m. They relaxed in a hurry, however, when they were introduced to Jana Tucker, Kayla Byford and Samantha Sieglock, professional hair stylists, nail technicians and makeup artists with Oasis Salon and Day Spa in Hartselle.
Gates said GIRLS meets one class period each week and members are selected based on recommendations from classroom teachers. The focus is to get feedback from the girls on subjects of interest to girls their age and to teach them how to become responsible young ladies.
Each of the girls received a new hair style (most had long hair and all wanted curls), a manicure and a facial. The facial included tips on skin care.
Gates said a new group of girls will be formed soon and consideration is being given to a similar program for boys in the near future.

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