Hometown Heroes Barbershop in Centreville is sponsoring a fundraiser for Compass Regional Hospice. Shop owners Lisa and Gary Smith will donate one dollar to Compass Regional Hospice for every haircut stylist and shop manager Connie Kimbles Dill gives now through February.
Lisa Smith says “We challenge local businesses to join us in supporting Compass Regional Hospice. Donations for each haircut in any amount are welcome. We thank State Farm agents Frank Divilio and Richard Phillips for being the first business owners to take this fundraising challenge.”
Hometown Heroes Barbershop is located at 202 N. Commerce Street in Centreville. Lisa explains, “The building has a history of housing a barbershop as far back as the 1920s, when Mears Barbershop operated here. We are proud and honored to keep the legacy of a barbershop alive. We have maintained the warm and classic feel of a place for the male clientele. Connie uses updated equipment so that every gentleman leaves looking his best.”
Hometown Heroes Barbershop is open Monday and Thursday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, Tuesday and Friday, 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, and Saturday, 7:00 am to noon. No appointment is needed. Stay up to date on Hometown Heroes Barbershop news on their Facebook page.
Businesses that want to take the Hometown Heroes Barbershop fundraising challenge to support Compass Regional Hospice should call Lisa Smith at 410-829-6064.
Photo: Hometown Heroes Barbershop stylist and manager Connie Kimbles Dill (far left) is pictured giving co-owner Gary Smith a trim. Looking on are (left to right) State Farm agent Richard Phillips, shop co-owner Lisa Smith, State Farm agent Frank Divilio and Compass Regional Hospice Development Officer Kenda Leager.