Shapers Salon Supports Critchlow Adkins Children’s Centers and Talbot Mentors

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Rebecca Warrington of Shapers Salon believes in giving back to her community.  Every Christmas she and her husband sponsor a Poinsettia sale to support a local cause.  The proceeds raised from this year’s sale with benefit Critchlow Adkins Children’s Centers and Talbot Mentors.  Small poinsettias are $16 and large poinsettias are $28 and will be on sale while supplies last.  Shapers is located at 413 Needwood Ave. in Easton.

Critchlow Adkins Children’s Centers is a local non-profit organization that provides quality, educational childcare in a nurturing, safe and enriching environment. CACC teachers engage and inspire children ages 2,3,and 4 in year-round Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten programs as well as children in Kindergarten through 5th grade in Before- and After School programs and Summer Camp.

Pictured are Shapers owner, Rebecca Warrington, Andrew Walsworth, Dane Shriver, Keieve Colbert, Hugh Adkins, Jayla Mullings, Val Cavalheri, Jasmine Mullings, Barbara Oxnam, Alexis “Lex” Kramer, Melissa Johnson, Cristy Morrell, & James Redman

CACC is able to offer tuition assistance to many families because of the generosity and financial support from individual, businesses, and foundations in Talbot County. To learn more about Critchlow Adkins Children’s Centers or enroll you child in a program, please call 410.822.8061 or visit www.cacckids.org.

The mission of Talbot Mentors is to work to ensure that all young people in Talbot County have the opportunity to mature into engaged and productive members of their communities. Through consistent support, guidance, coaching and role modeling, our volunteer mentors will strive to instill values and standards, and help these young people prepare for success in their personal and professional lives.

To learn more about Talbot Mentors or to become a mentor, please call 410.770.5999 or visit www.talbotmentors.org.

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