Here we are talking about back to school again, but let's be real it controls the life of most families for August. From school supply shopping or those needed supplies or grabbing the next size of clothes for your ever-growing kids.

It doesn't stop at just back-to-school shopping, though; you can't forget about the much-needed back-to-school haircuts that make each child feel fresh and ready for the new year.

According to a Facebook post made by Penobscot Bay, YMCA has teamed up with several local hairstylists and barbers to offer FREE hair cuts to all students grades pre k through 12. To schedule an appointment for a haircut, call the YMCA at 207 2363375.

Here is a full list of the amazing volunteer hairstylists and barbers that have donated their time. 

Hairstylist - Tracy Bartlett of Five Salon, Thomaston,

Hairstylist - Quinn Bunting of Painted Monarch, Rockport,

Hairstylist - Marie Romano of Ciao Bella Salon, Rockport,

Hairstylist - Stephanie Turner of Salon Suites by the Sea, Rockport

Barbers - Paul Mather and Nick Tinker of 150 Main Salon, Thomaston

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