Studio 246 Gives Back to Bell Family Shelter
Madyson, the owner of Studio 246, is carrying on her grandfather’s legacy of giving back.
Madyson Bertolette, the owner of Studio 246, a salon in Mechanicsburg, is carrying on her grandfather’s legacy of giving back. During February, she collected items for Bell Family Shelter and $600 in monetary donations.
She said, “I opened my salon in memory of my grandfather, Glenn Schlosser. My salon is named after my grandfather’s gallery. He was a watercolor artist. His favorite thing to say was when you have more than you need, build a longer table, not a higher fence. In honor of his memory, I give back. When I have more, the community needs it more,” Madyson added, “It is important to me to get people involved like my church, and his friends, and family.”
Thank you, Madyson, and to everyone who donated. Your generosity and kindness have built a longer table and made a difference throughout our community. Madyson, you truly have a heart of gold!