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COSMETOLOGY STUDENTS PROVIDE MANICURES FOR SENIORS
NASHOBA TECH COSMETOLOGY STUDENTS PROVIDE MANICURES FOR LOCAL SENIORS
Posted on 05/16/2016
NASHOBA TECH COSMETOLOGY STUDENTS PROVIDE MANICURES FOR LOCAL SENIORSCosmo tyngsboro
As part of their extensive training, students in the Cosmetology program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford often travel to local senior centers and assisted-living facilities to provide manicures to those who want one. At the Tyngsborough Senior Center recently, Emerald MacLean, left, a postgraduate student from Littleton, and Rebeka Larosae, a junior from Pepperell, prepare to do the nails of two clients.


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As part of their extensive training, students in the Cosmetology program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford often travel to local senior centers and assisted-living facilities to provide manicures to those who want one. At Nashoba Park Assisted Living Center in Ayer recently, 100-year-old Genevieve Kacmarczyk of
Concord has her nails done by Nicole Smith, a junior from Townsend.