Toye Hickman, a volunteer with Hope Haven of the Lowcountry, a nonprofit children's advocacy and rape crisis center, gets a haircut from stylist Lilia Westbrook of House of Color Salon and Spa on Saturday. In the background, Lydia Capps, daughter of Hope Haven director Shauw Chin Capps, gets a haircut from Liz Kovanic. The salon was offering free haircuts to clients, volunteers and staff of Hope Haven as a way of giving back to the community in celebration of the salon's fifth anniversary.
Toye Hickman, a volunteer with Hope Haven of the Lowcountry, a nonprofit children's advocacy and rape crisis center, gets a haircut from stylist Lilia Westbrook of House of Color Salon and Spa on Saturday. In the background, Lydia Capps, daughter of Hope Haven director Shauw Chin Capps, gets a haircut from Liz Kovanic. The salon was offering free haircuts to clients, volunteers and staff of Hope Haven as a way of giving back to the community in celebration of the salon's fifth anniversary. Jay Karr/ The Island Packet
Toye Hickman, a volunteer with Hope Haven of the Lowcountry, a nonprofit children's advocacy and rape crisis center, gets a haircut from stylist Lilia Westbrook of House of Color Salon and Spa on Saturday. In the background, Lydia Capps, daughter of Hope Haven director Shauw Chin Capps, gets a haircut from Liz Kovanic. The salon was offering free haircuts to clients, volunteers and staff of Hope Haven as a way of giving back to the community in celebration of the salon's fifth anniversary. Jay Karr/ The Island Packet

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March 05, 2011 7:27 PM

Salon gives back to Hope Haven staff, volunteers

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