The talented staff of stylists and aestheticians at Ahead of the Curve provides customers with a variety of top-notch beautification services. Peruse a variety of quality hair, nail, and skin products from Kenra, American Crew, Biolage, and OPI before spiffing up noodle nests with a women’s ($25) or men’s ($17) haircut. Add a dash of color to grayscale mop tops with a single-color process ($50), or prepare for a special occasion with a classy updo ($40), which will certainly make a better impression than last year’s trendy cat hat made of a single, live, disgruntled cat. Melt away stress like a pocketful of popsicles with a one-hour massage ($50), or pamper finger and toe shingles with a manicure ($20) and express pedicure ($30).
We have been in service since 1998 and have a wide variety of beds and booths to fit any persons demands and afordable prices to fit any persons budget we will make a special tanning package just to fit your needs if you cant decide on one of our already outstanding deals.
Trent Meyer and Derek Bergman are committed members of the United Methodist Church, and sometimes choose to practice their faith through tree climbing, zip lining, swimming, and laser tag. They direct the Methodist-run Camp Fontanelle, a year-round outdoor camp sprawled across more than 180 wooded acres of donated land. Both Trent and Derek draw from backgrounds as campers—and Trent from six years as a teacher—to lead summer camps for preschool through high-school students. They lead a team of camp counselors who coordinate harnessed-rope tree climbing, activities on low-ropes courses, archery lessons, and outdoor laser-tag matches.
They also draw visitors at different times of year with water slides, a 35'x65' jumping pillow and bounce houses, a petting barn filled with alpacas and goats, and pony rides. During the autumn-harvest season, they unveil the annual theme of a 10-acre corn maze filled with 5 miles of trails. A 3-acre pumpkin patch contains small and large carving pumpkins, gourds, mums, and Indian corn, which visitors can harvest and stuff into a large, horn-shaped wicker basket.