Four-year-old Jorge Diaz squirms as scissors glide across his hair. His tiny Velcro “Spiderman” shoes uncomfortably shift beneath him with each additional clip.
Tracy Diaz, his stepmother, shakes her head.
“He’s not very good at this,” she says as she holds up young Jorge’s squirming head so the hairstylist can continue cutting his hair.
Tracy and Jorge, along with about 400 other patrons, came to the first annual Oldham Clinic, which was held Saturday at the James T. Beaumont Community Center.