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Henna hawkers

Meghan Sidhu, Gurpreet Dhaliwal, and Sabrina Toor, ran a henna tattoo table at the recent Cloverdale Blueberry Festival. - JENNIFER LANG/CLOVERDALE REPORTER
Meghan Sidhu, Gurpreet Dhaliwal, and Sabrina Toor, ran a henna tattoo table at the recent Cloverdale Blueberry Festival.
— image credit: JENNIFER LANG/CLOVERDALE REPORTER

Meghan Sidhu, Gurpreet Dhaliwal, and Sabrina Toor, ran a henna tattoo table at the recent Cloverdale Blueberry Festival.

This summer, Gurpreet and Sabrina (both teens still in high school) started their own business, G&S Henna, as a way to earn money.

They’ve appeared at weekend festivals throughout the summer, including White Rock’s Spirit of the Sea Festival, Surrey’s Fusion Festival and more.

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