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Lee Co. salon continues fundraiser for baby Gracelyn

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LEE COUNTY, GA (WALB) -

A Lee County Salon continues to raise money to help a family after their baby passed away.

Blonde, Inc Salon and Nail Spa was putting together a fundraiser to help 3 month old Gracelyn Taylor get a heart transplant. Sadly, Gracelyn died at a hospital Sunday night.

Salon workers say they will still sell raffle tickets to help the family pay their bills.

"She touched us when she was here. Just because she's gone were not going to stop what we started, were going to continue through because it's for help. So were going to help regardless of what obstacles are thrown at us," said Candice Adams.

The salon is selling raffle tickets for prizes such as car wash kits, makeovers, facials and other items. The raffle ends June 7th. Stylists are also giving all their tips to the family.

 

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