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Lauren Hull Herndon has joined the staff of Style It Salon as a stylist.

Born and reared in Bluffton, Herndon has been in the industry for several years. Her passion is color; however, she is proficient with both women and men's haircuts as well.

For more information and to schedule an appointment call or text her at 843-295-0202.

Michelle Meier has been hired as the administrator and grants manager for Lowcountry Legal Volunteers.

The organization is a nonprofit that provides free legal representation to lower-income residents in Beaufort, Jasper and Hampton counties.

A resident of Jasper County, Meier is a graduate of the American University Washington College of Law. She worked in Washington, D.C., for many years as Counsel for Government Affairs with Consumers Union, the nonprofit publisher of Consumer Reports magazine. That work, which involved representing the interests of consumers on Capitol Hill, catalyzed Meier's longstanding interest in public policy.

Over the years, Meier has kept her hands in the practice of law by providing pro bono representation of low-income clients.

With a staff of two full-time attorneys, one paralegal, and numerous volunteers, in 2019 LCLV represented 332 clients and provided more than $2,000,000 worth of legal services.

For more information, contact LCLV at 843-815-1570.

Collins Group Realty will host weekly Zoom webinars on two aspects of real estate in the "new normal."

"Buying Real Estate in 2020" will be offered from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Tuesdays. "Selling Real Estate in 2020" will be held from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesdays.

The online seminars are free of charge, but registration is required at CollinsGroupRealty.com/Workshop.

Kerri Neiderer has joined Colleton River Club as marketing and membership manager.

Neiderer will oversee the membership development program, generating leads, and nurturing relationships with existing and potential members.

Neiderer has more than 25 years of experience in the advertising and marketing industries. A native of Barrington, R.I., she moved to the area in 2014. She previously used her skills in marketing and design at J. Banks Design.

In 2004, she formed a home staging business (Show & Sell Home Staging), which she successfully operated for seven years in southern New Jersey. A graduate from the University of Richmond with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and political science, Neiderer started her career working for a variety of advertising agencies in New York, San Francisco, Baltimore and Annapolis.

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