Tattoo fundraiser helps North Hills service organization |

Tattoo fundraiser helps North Hills service organization

Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review
Daniel Nodianos, right, 26, of Bellevue, tattoos a spaceship abducting a pizza on Adam Wikert, 34, of West View, at Brothers Keeper Tattoo Shop in West View on Saturday, July 16, 2016. On left, Nichole Ruzomberka, 35, of Reserve, gets up from the tattoo chair after getting matching celtic mother-daughter symbols tattooed on her with her daughter, Maddy, 18, of Shaler. The shop hosted a fundraiser for North Hills Community Outreach where customers could get small 'flash' tattoos for $50.

Brothers Keeper Tattoo Shop in West View hosted a “flash” tattoo fundraiser on Saturday to benefit North Hills Community Outreach.

Small tattoos cost $50 each, and all proceeds went to the organization, which provides services to low-income individuals and families. The shop did about 61 tattoos, and raised about $2,200 for NHCO, the organization said.

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