Dellena Jones’s 911 Hair Salon was attacked at about 11:15 PM by a small band of young men. The break-in and robbery occurred close to the time of the first shooting. The hair salon is less than 100 yards from the scene of the shooting.
But that didn’t stop volunteers from St. Louis Tea Party Coalition and friends from helping.
[caption width=“300” id=“attachment_16631” align=“alignright”]Volunteers pose for a picture after helping clean and repair 911 Hair Salon in Ferguson.
Read more →We metDellena Jones during our first Ferguson BUYcott in August. Since then, St. Louis Tea Partier, Dottie Bailey, has made it her mission to help Dellena’s business survive and flourish.
Dellena’s business has fallen 60 percent since the first riots. She’s repaired the damage to her salon, but business is slow.
Despite all her challenges, Dellena still found the time and energy to host Center for Self-Governance training in her shop on a Saturday, foregoing that day’s revenue to learn about freedom and responsibility.
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