BIZBEAT: Barber Lee Shortt plans retirement in October
BIZBEAT: Barber Lee Shortt plans retirement in October was created by CanyonCourier
Lee Shortt, who has been a staple in downtown Evergreen for 51 years, has decided to hang up his hair-cutting shears.
The barber, located in the building at the southeast corner of Highways 73 and 74, has cut hair on thousands of heads during his time in Evergreen. Shortt says he will miss his clients, but it’s time to retire and move to Nevada, in part because the weather is better for his wife’s health.