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Hair by Sharon
159 Elliott St, Danvers, MA 01923
Hair by Sharon has been in the beauty business on the North Shore for 35 years. This is made evident by their manyMore satisfied regular clientele. Located near the intersections of Routes 128 and 62, Hair by Sharon is easily accessible with plenty of lot and on-street parking. The salon specializes in hair services only and is located next door to an oriental rug company.
Classic Touch Hair Studio
173 Elliott St, Danvers, MA 01923
Classic Touch Hair Studio is conveniently located on Route 62 near the intersection of Route 128. There is a smallMore parking area as well as on-street parking available. This is a home business; the studio is attached to a residence. Classic Touch prides themselves in being a salon, "Where Looking Good Means Feeling Good."
Hair By Sharon
159 Elliott St, Danvers, MA 01923
Founded in 1965, Hair By Sharon is a veritable town landmark that has been servicing the area's hair needs for decades.More The salon offers a wide range of services ranging from basic cuts to more complex stylings. Located on Elliot Street just off Route 126, the salon is easily reached by local clients and those traveling from farther afield.
Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church
188 Elliott St, Danvers, MA 01923

Christ the Redeemer is a newer church in town. It opened its doors at the former St. Alphonsus Church (a CatholicMore parish) on Elliott Street in October 2009. St. Alphonsus was shuttered in 2004 and the property sold in 2006 to another church group, which later rented space to North Shore Chapel until June 2009.

At the new Anglican church, parishioners of all ages can participate in local and global mission activities, spiritual formation and direction programs and weekly fellowship groups. The church rector is Fr. Timothy Wayne Clayton. Administrative offices are located at 85 Constitution Ln., Suite 200A (behind the Liberty Tree Mall).

The church has a sister parish abroad--the Russian Orthodox Church of St. John the Merciful in Otrodnoye, Russia, which is an "unorthodox" relationship for churches of the latter denomination.

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