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Cut-A-Thon Raises Money For Scholarship

December 3, 2012, 12:29 PM by Brady Mallory

Cut-A-Thon Raises Money For Scholarship
Amanda Connors

SIOUX FALLS, SD -

She died trying to protect her co-workers, and now her co-workers are honoring Amanda Connors.

Connors, the manager of Cost Cutters on 41st Street, was shot and killed by 38-year-old Tyrone Smith back in September. 

On Monday, Cost Cutters is holding a Cut-A-Thon for a scholarship fund in Connors' name at the Stewarts School of Hairstyling where she trained as a stylist.  Just two hours into event, the salon had already raised $900.

It goes until 4 p.m. at the Cost Cutters on 41st Street.  The cost is a $10 donation, which will go to the scholarship fund.

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