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Chamber celebrates Rachel Michele addition to salon with ribbon cutting

Posted on October 5, 2021

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The Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony in celebration of the new addition of “Glow” to the salon which features state of the art tanning beds.

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