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Students cut their hair for cancer

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December 18, 2014 - The Christmas Spirit was in full bloom at Immaculate Conception School in December. Emily Lotter, Grade 1 and Morgan Bradley, Grade 4, teamed up to do something very special – cut their hair for cancer. The girls didn’t stop the “giving” with the donation of their hair. They also raised $1002.35 from the sale of their handmade angel ornaments to their school, families and many community organizations. The girls have each chosen Canadian organizations to donate their hair and money. Emily has chosen to donate to Pantene Beautiful Lengths and Pediatric Cancer Research and Morgan has chosen to donate to Angel Hair for Kids.
Many thanks go out to all who supported the girls. Immaculate Conception Cougars rock!

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