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Hair for Locks of Love

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Makaila Clark donates her hair to Locks of Love to Glenda Hansen at Hair Ease.

Makaila Clark of Ferron has done something great for children with cancer. She has made a donation of her long locks to help a child in need. "I wanted to do something for the kids that have cancer and don't have hair" stated Makaila Clark, 7, daughter of Jack and Shannon Clark of Ferron.Makaila took 10" of her hair to Glenda Hansen at Hair Ease in Huntington to donate to Locks of Love. Glenda explained to her that her hair would go to help someone that was unable to grow their own hair and thanked Makaila for donating it. When asked why she decided to do this she stated, "My Mom wanted me to cut my hair so I decided I would cut off 10" because that is what you have to have to send to Locks of Love and I wanted to do something nice for someone with cancer. I can grow my hair back." Makaila said the worst part was the first time she cut her long hair and her Dad asked why she cut her hair. She said she cried and wanted it back so she kinda knew how the kids felt when they didn't have any. According to Makaila the best part of having her hair cut is, "My hair is not heavy on my head anymore but you do get sunburned on your shoulders." Makaila plans on growing her hair back and donating it again only this time she wants her Mom to donate her hair too.

Leigh Bloomer was the stylist who cut Makaila's hair.

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