Familiar face at Dick’s Barbershop

There is a familiar face standing behind the chair at Dick's Barbershop in Enumclaw. The latest addition joining the hair-cutting crew at 1452 Cole St. is Kellee Aashiem, who started in January.

There is a familiar face standing behind the chair at Dick’s Barbershop in Enumclaw.

The latest addition joining the hair-cutting crew at 1452 Cole St. is Kellee Aashiem, who started in January. Aasheim owned an Enumclaw-based barbershop down the street for several years. She will be in the shop from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays.

She joins Lynn Mathiason, Allison Morefield, Kara Mathiason and Chuck Anselmo.

Dick’s Barbershop has been a part of the Cole Street landscape since 1962 and is open Monday through Saturday, no appointment needed.

 

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