HAIR WITH HEART: HUNTER STUDENTS GET THE CHOP FOR CHARITY

There was an incredible display of selflessness at Maryland Public School today, as four primary students parted ways with their locks for charity.

First to get the snip were sisters Abbie, Charlee and Bella – they’ll donate their hair to be made into wigs, for those with alopecia or cancer.

“How do you feel? Lighter and I’m a very happy,” Charlee says.

But it wasn’t only girls… 11-year-old Bailey grew his hair, just to lose it.

“Well my aunt has been doing it for the last couple of years and I thought it was a really nice thing to do so I gave it a go myself,” Bailey says.

The day also raised more than $2,000 for Variety Kids.

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