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Board members, ambassadors, chamber staff, chamber members and community members surround Changes Salon owner Kristal Hunter, her family and staff members Oct. 17 during a ribbon-cutting ceremony. - photo by Photo provided.

Changes Salon hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Oct. 17 in conjunction with the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce.
Salon owner Kristal Hunter and her staff members welcomed chamber staff, board members, ambassadors, members and people from the community.
“We are thrilled to be welcomed by the community with such excitement and warmth,” salon manager Michal Atwood said. “Everything is moving along so quickly.”
She went on to announce an expansion to the salon, which will include adding three new stations and remodeling to accommodate growth. 
Those who attended the event were treated to free eyebrow waxing services, tours of the facility and an array of treats. Pink hair extensions were offered for those who wanted to participate in the salon’s fundraising efforts for breast cancer awareness in October.  
“We welcome you to the chamber. We are here for you and to support your growing business,” chamber Executive Director Leah Poole said.
The salon is at 790 Frank Cochran Drive in Hinesville. 

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