The team at Che Bella Salon & Spa in Lakewood Ranch is getting into the holiday spirit.
Staff members there are pitching in to support a family through the Manatee County Schools Adopt-a-Family Program, store president Gina Morgando said. More than $500 out of their own pockets will be spent on clothes, toiletries, food and other needed items.
“Our team believes in helping our community in such a time of need,” Morgando said. “There are double the amount of families in need this holiday season.”
Team members will be wrapping their gifts at the salon from 10 a.m. to noon, Dec. 3.
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