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Scott Jenkins - March 2017
Ann Jones always had a passion for hairdressing. Starting on the tails of the cows she showcased at her local 4-H competitions as a girl, she knew that's what she wanted to do with her life. Jones led a successful career as a hairdresser for many years until she was diagnosed with cancer in 1996. During the time she had to take time off for chemotherapy, she discovered the connection with her clients was even stronger than she'd known.
Now, after her experience, she's an active participant of the "Look Good, Feel Better" program that provides makeovers for cancer patients. Though the job is not easy, being on her feet most of the time, she does acknowledge that she's had to cut back on some hours. However, she has no plans of leaving the salon any time soon. Why? "I love my people" she states happily.
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Original source: www.the-dispatch.com