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This month, we’re honoring Baltimore History makers with much thanks and recognition. Today’s local spotlight is on Adrienne Simms who started the Barbie Pop-Up Shop as a way of giving back to the community by providing free hair services to young girls and women in various schools and shelters.
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Here’s what her peers say:
Adrienne is one of the most selfless people I know.
Adrienne has always been a servant leader at work and now she is able to do the same throughout the city. Every picture she post of her pop-up shops will have you in tears looking at the smiles on the faces of her clients; and yes every person she serves is treated just as a paying client, with hair styles most people pay hundreds of dollars for. Adrienne is definitely making Baltimore beautiful one head at a time!
Radio One – Baltimore thanks you, Adrienne!
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