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5 from Sacred Heart contribute to Locks of Love

Several students, a teacher and a parent at Sacred Heart School had their hair cut recently for Locks of Love.
Kenzie Ratliff, 7, donated 18 inches of hair to Locks of Love. This is the first time her hair has been cut. She decided to donate because she wanted to help a girl who didn’t have any hair.
Lexy Smith, 6, donated 10 inches of hair to Locks of Love. She has been growing it out for 2 years. She wanted to donate her hair because she “wanted to help plus it would be fun.”
Rebecca Malloy, 10, donated 9 inches of hair to Locks of Love. She has been growing it out for 2 years. She wanted to donate her hair because she felt bad for children who lost their hair because of cancer and she wanted to help them.
Caroline Cardelle, 5, donated 8 inches of hair for Locks of Love. She has been growing her hair out for 2 years. When asked why she wanted to cut her hair for Locks of Love, she said, “I wanted to help, too.”
Frances Rash, a teacher at Sacred Heart, donated 10 inches of hair to Locks of Love. She has been growing it out for 18 months. She saw the other girls cut their hair last year for Locks of Love and she was inspired, so she decided to continue to grow it out for this spring when the haircuts were done.
Jean Barbee, the parent of a Sacred Heart student, donated 9 inches of hair. She has been growing it out for 2 years. She wanted to make a difference.

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