Seniors rocked in their new hair-styles at the senior hair show at the Black Elks in McKeesport. For a $10 cover charge you got to sit and eat a home-cooked meal made by Juel Wallace and Lynda Morris, listen to live entertainment by the New Show Band and socialize with people of all ages who attended before the show started.

The hair show began with commentaries by Reta Wallace, Nancy Cox and Clarissa Wallace explaining what hair-styles the ladies were wearing and a little about the model as well. These 20 senior ladies strutted their styles with excitement on their faces.

ORGANIZERS—Larry Wallace, Neecey Jenkins, Juel Wallace, Lynda Morris and Mac Petterson were the organizers of the senior hair show.

This was a holiday event put together by Larry Wallace, Neecey Jenkins, Juel Wallace, Lynda Morris and Mac Petterson, members of the Elks in McKeesport. They will also host a hair show every first Sunday of the month at the Elks.

The hair styles were created by the owner and two stylists of the Magic Palace Hair Salon located in downtown McKeesport (Reta Wallace owner, Star Wright stylist, and Lamont Wilson stylist). The show began with food provided by Juel Wallace and Lynda Morris and live entertainment by Roby Edwards and The New Show Band.

After eating and enjoying some live entertainment there was little time left to socialize with the many people who attended the show. The hair show began with four wig models who modeled three different wigs. Each of the 20 senior hair models were then brought up to the front of the room to show off their styles one at a time.

One of the three emcees described the style the model was wearing. The organizers wanted to surprise the senior ladies so they had a senior body builder (Carl King) perform for them.

(For more information on the hair-styles, call Reta Wallace at the Magic Palace Hair salon at 412-673-0333.)

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