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Paul Mitchell, the School Honolulu, raises money for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network with $15 hair cuts

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Paul Mitchell, the School Honolulu is hosting a fundraiser to fight Pancreatic Cancer. The legendary hairdresser Paul Mitchell died from Pancreatic Cancer in 1989. His son, Angus Mitchell, Co-owner of John Paul Mitchell Systems, dedicates much of his efforts to Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, a foundation supporting advanced research and anyone affected by Pancreatic Cancer.

Ursula Mazik, admissions leader with Paul Mitchell, the School Honolulu, is here on Sunrise along with future professionals to talk about this weekend's event.

Super Service Sunday will offer $15 hair cuts with a future professional. There will also be services including make-up application, manicures, pedicures, facials and more. The event takes place at Paul Mitchell, the School Honolulu, in Kaimuki from 10am to 2pm. Make a reservation by phone at 808-734-7007. 

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