Monthly Archives: April 2013

Lice Removal Orange County, OC’s Hair Police announces very first “IN IT TO WIN IT” recipient.

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stayEach month, OC’s Hair Police will hold a drawing in an ongoing effort to recognize the exceptional efforts of a student and/or group of students that have made a positive impact at their school. OC’s Hair Police is asking for your input by offering us the nominee’s. Please submit your nominee’s through our email on our website, on our Facebook and/or simply give us a call! OC’s Hair Police will reward the winner of the monthly drawing with a donation to their cause. OC’s Hair Police is thrilled to announce that May’s recipient goes to “STAY-Students Thinking About Youth” out of Newport Heights Elementary(NHES). STAY consists of a group of 6th grade students that are working together to raise money to give back to their school as their tenure ends on the Elementary level. STAY’s goal this year is to contribute items that make a lasting impression by beautifying NHES or improving upon their student experience. Two considerations are EZ-Up’s to provide shelter for the Special Needs students during outside assemblies or a mural in the MPR (Multi-Purpose Room) emphasizing “Every Child, Everyday, Education for Success.” STAY’s primary fundraising is via a monthly cookie and lemonade stand. They have also done a Used Book Fair and are planning a Fun Activity Raffle. Member Delaney Knipp stated, “I am always excited for the first Friday of every month because that is when we do STAY. It is so much fun hanging out with my friends and selling lemonade and cookies to kids.” The STAY members agree that NHES has been such a great experience and given them so much, they want to give back so that younger kids can have an even better experience. STAY members pictured are from right to left Riley Dun, John Passnnante, Delaney Knipp, Mia Matsunami, Annabella Peca, Berniece Padilla, Claire Hefner, Zoe Gleason, Avalon Miracle, Jasmine Ishihama, and Sophia DePacol. Not pictured are Melanie Perry and Desiree Quinonez. STAY was established at NHES during the 2009/2010 school year. OC’s Hair Police is “IN IT TO WIN IT” with STAY and applauds their efforts of a job well done!!!
Photo: OC’s Hair Police is thrilled to announce our very first “IN IT TO WIN IT” recipient. Each month, OC’s Hair Police will hold a drawing in an ongoing effort to recognize the exceptional efforts of a student and/or group of students that have made a positive impact at their school. OC’s Hair Police is asking for your input by offering us the nominee’s. Please submit your nominee’s through our email on our website, on our Facebook and/or simply give us a call! OC’s Hair Police will reward the winner of the monthly drawing with a donation to their cause. OC’s Hair Police is thrilled to announce that May’s recipient goes to “STAY-Students Thinking About Youth” out of Newport Heights Elementary(NHES). STAY consists of a group of 6th grade students that are working together to raise money to give back to their school as their tenure ends on the Elementary level. STAY’s goal this year is to contribute items that make a lasting impression by beautifying NHES or improving upon their student experience. Two considerations are EZ-Up’s to provide shelter for the Special Needs students during outside assemblies or a mural in the MPR (Multi-Purpose Room) emphasizing “Every Child, Everyday, Education for Success.” STAY’s primary fundraising is via a monthly cookie and lemonade stand. They have also done a Used Book Fair and are planning a Fun Activity Raffle. Member Delaney Knipp stated, “I am always excited for the first Friday of every month because that is when we do STAY. It is so much fun hanging out with my friends and selling lemonade and cookies to kids.” The STAY members agree that NHES has been such a great experience and given them so much, they want to give back so that younger kids can have an even better experience. STAY members pictured are from right to left Riley Dun, John Passnnante, Delaney Knipp, Mia Matsunami, Annabella Peca, Berniece Padilla, Claire Hefner, Zoe Gleason, Avalon Miracle, Jasmine Ishihama, and Sophia DePacol. Not pictured are Melanie Perry and Desiree Quinonez. STAY was established at NHES during the 2009/2010 school year. OC’s Hair Police is “IN IT TO WIN IT” with STAY and applauds their efforts of a job well done!!!

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Lice Treatment Orange County: Head Lice Community Resource FREE exhibit

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FREE exhibit

The juried art exhibit features 90 art works by 44 blind and visually impaired artists from the US, Canada&Israel.100% of sales benefitting the artists! The FREE exhibit runs thru mid August 2013.Many of the works of art are for sale @The Eye Care Center at Southern California College of Optometry.2575 Yorba Linda Blvd, ,Fullerton, ca 92831.For more info contact Arlene Kaye@ 714.992.7865 or visit http://www.scco.edu/…

 

Lice Treatment Orange County: $50 Lice Removal Special; O.C.’s Hair Police

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Head lice are on the rise! Let OC’s Hair Police be your eyes.Seasonal Special: $50 treatment with purchase of a product. ($45 savings!)

Head lice are on the rise! Let OC’s Hair Police be your eyes.
Seasonal Special: $50 treatment with purchase of a product. ($45 savings!)

Head lice are on the rise! Let OC’s Hair Police be your eyes.Seasonal Special: $50 treatment with purchase of a product. ($45 savings!)

Walk-a-Llama in Yorba Linda

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Walk-a-Llama in Yorba Linda.

Walk-a-Llama in Yorba Linda

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 Walk-a-Llama in Yorba Linda

Walk-a-Llama in Yorba Linda

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