Mich. high-school students donate locks to children with hair loss

05/18/2014 | Midland Daily News (Mich.)

High-school students and staff in Michigan recently received haircuts that yielded nearly 340 inches of hair that will be donated to a charity that makes wigs for children who have lost their own hair due to illness. The students also raised money to help with the costs of making wigs for the children and male students and faculty competed in a "Bald and Beautiful" contest. "I loved that the girls really jumped on board, and put aside their fears or discomfort, to realize how important it is to give back," teacher Jen Peruski said.

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