Wednesday, August 24, 2011

in the paper

At school today, Bailee found out that she was in the paper.  Kinda cool!!

"At the new Hollenstein Career and Technology Center in the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw district, juniors starting in the cosmetology program set up mannequin heads and practiced braiding hair. Others sat on the salon floor, unpacking supplies such as nail polish and pink pedicure flip-flops.

"It looks like a real salon. This will help me get used to the real salon environment," said Boswell High senior Tiera White, 17, who is in her second year in the program.

The two-year program has a classroom and a working salon, with stations for hairstyling, facials, manicures and pedicures. It is among several career-oriented programs the center offers."

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