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Char’s Beauty Bar comes to downtown IM

Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce ambassadors recently joined friends and customers of Char’s Beauty Bar for a ribbon-cutting ceremony. With owner Charmaine Goodlow, at center holding scissors, are Alfred Hawkins, Velma Hurt, Sarah Crow, Kaliyah Kincaid, David Williams, Glenda Hall-Kronmueller, Imperial Bellamy, Kadejah Bellamy, Lydia Kronmueller, Dawn Seidel, Victoria Blunt, Ray Anne Blunt, Dorothy Hawkins, Loretta Hawkins and others. At left and in back, representing the chamber are Suzanne Larson, chamber executive director; and ambassadors Elissa Howe, Sharon Miland, Matt Lutz, Teresa Schettler, Gary Fish, Robert Whitens, Sandy Petroff and Ray King. (Chris Tomassucci/Daily News photo)

IRON MOUNTAIN — The Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce recently had a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Char’s Beauty Bar, a new salon in downtown Iron Mountain.

Owner Charmaine Goodlow has been in the Iron Mountain area for three years and a licensed cosmetologist for 10 years.

She has been an instructor for four years and a non-surgical hair replacement specialist for three years.

The business in Suite 4 of 415 S. Stephenson Ave. offers facial waxing, hair restoration and senior and military discounts. Goodlow also provides a free haircut for honor roll students who bring in their report card.

“I feel I was created to spread love through my gift to enhance natural beauty on the outside and inside. This is beyond a career for me … it’s my life’s work and I am very happy I can serve the Upper Peninsula and the community I live in with my talents,” Goodlow said.

Char’s Beauty Bar can be reached by calling 906-828-1531. The business’ web site is at www.charbeautybar.com.

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