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Fancy's Salon and KLASS give back to St. Croix Valley moms

Nick Raehsler of KLASS Cosmetics and Carrie Steger of Fancy’s Salon visited the Family Resource Center’s Young Parent group on May 3 and presented a donation to the organization. Submitted photo

Carrie Steger, owner of Fancy's Salon in Baldwin and Nick Raehsler of KLASS, a Hudson-based cosmetics and skincare company, visited the year-end celebration of the Young Parent group at Family Resource Center St. Croix Valley on May 3. They presented a donation of products to the organization through the KLASS ACT Foundation Giveback program. Items will be offered to participants in the Young Parent and Home Visiting programs.

"We typically focus on essential needs for families through our programming," said Susan Hodnefield, Parent Educator Lead at the Family Resource Center. "This is a fun opportunity to give something extra to moms to help them feel good inside and out, especially around Mother's Day."

"For every purchase, the KLASS ACT Foundation donates an additional item to an organization which sponsors women in need who would appreciate the opportunity to experience a luxury KLASS product," KLASS owner Raehsler said. He valued the product donation at $2,000.

Family Resource Center St. Croix Valley offers education, resources and support to families in Pierce. Polk and St. Croix counties. For more information, visit www.frcscv.org.

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