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Hurricane Relief Cut-a-Thon raises money for Harvey victims

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WACO, TX (KXXV) -

People in Houston are still recovering from the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey, but thankfully the road to recovery is one they won't walk alone.

Neighbors from across Texas are still pitching in to help those in need, including a group of stylists at The Cutting Edge Salon and Spa in Waco. 

The salon is hosting a Hurricane Relief Cut-a-Thon from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Oct. 9.

You can get your hair cut for a minimum $25 donation. You can also spend a few more bucks on a t-shirt and raffle ticket, which could win you hundreds of dollars in prizes.

Angie Reyes is a stylist at The Cutting Edge Salon and Spa. She said this is the least they could do to help the people who are desperately trying to rebuild their lives.

"We just feel like a lot of people jumped on board early with the hurricanes and it's kind of gotten pushed to the side," said Reyes. "So we want to bring it back to the spotlight, we want to help those people that are still in need."

Reyes said all donations will go to Antioch Community Church in Houston. The money will then be distributed to those who need it most.

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