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Tri-Valley seniors enjoy 'Hairdo Day'

Nonprofit, Pleasanton businesses team up for free event

Several Tri-Valley seniors were treated to a free lunch and hair styling Friday thanks to Senior Support Program of the Tri-Valley and local businesses.

About 10 women from the support group Stepping Out and Reconnecting (SOAR) came to the program’s Pleasanton Senior Center office in the afternoon for their regular meeting. Meetings are scheduled twice a month and include varying group activities and discussions.

Friday’s meeting had an afternoon tea theme, as the seniors ate pastries donated by The English Rose Tea Room before the “Hairdo Day” activity.

Four stylists from Salon 77 in Pleasanton donated their time and skills to give each of the women a new “do.”

The mission of Senior Support Program of the Tri-Valley is to deliver free, comprehensive services and assistance to Tri-Valley residents ages 60 and older to “foster independence, promote well-being, preserve dignity, and improve quality of life” said SSPTV Behavioral Health Program Coordinator Amy Jones.

The program serves 5,600 seniors annually. For more information, visit SSPTV online.

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