Cops for Cancer: beauty salon edition

A local hair salon is issuing a tantalizing invitation: get your hair washed and scalp massaged by police officers and RCMP members.

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A local hair salon is issuing a tantalizing invitation: get your hair washed and scalp massaged by police officers and RCMP members.

Participants in the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley will be offering shampoo and rinse services at Xhale Beauty Lounge at Hillcrest Village shopping complex, #108 18640 Fraser Hwy, on Sunday Sept. 18, from noon to 4:30 p.m.

Wash Out the Cancer is a fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society of B.C. and Yukon, and is a kickoff event for this year’s Fraser Valley tour, running from Sept. 22 to 30. Proceeds help support children fighting cancer.

Xhale representative Janice Wong said the salon celebrated its one-year anniversary by hosting an initial Cops for Cancer fundraiser in 2010. The event was such a success, the salon decided to make it an annual event.

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