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Donation of Hair to Pantene Beautiful Lengths
Nichols Elementary School staff and students before donating eight inches of hair to Pantene Beautiful Lengths for cancer patients. Nichols Elementary School staff and students before donating eight inches of hair to Pantene Beautiful Lengths for cancer patients. Mrs. Mattingly, Gracie Ray, Mrs. Ferrell, Baylee Haysley, Karen Jefferson, Lil Brother Haysley, Laura Haysley of Nichols Elementary School donated several inches of their hair to Pantene Beautiful Lengths which prepares wigs for cancer patients. Nichols Elementary School staff and students show the 'after' hair cut look. Laura Haysley cuts her daughter's, Baylee Haysley,hair as student Gracie Ray and school volunteer Karen Jefferson look on. School volunteer Karen Jefferson watches Laura Haysley cut her daughter's, Baylee Haysley's hair. Nichols Elementary School second grade teacher Amy Ferrell shows eight inches of hair just cut by student Shawn Abbott. Hair donation to Pantene Beautiful Lengths. Nichols Elementary School second grade teacher Amy Ferrell reacts her to hair cut by student Emma Ables who won a raffle to cut. This is Ferrell's third donation to cancer patients. Nichols Elementary School volunteer coordinator Cheri Mattingly has her hair cut by raffle winner Megan Blythe. Evie Slaughter, a second grade student in Mrs. Ferrell's class, cut her hair at home and brought it to school in a plastic bag for donation to Pantene Beautiful Lengths. Gracie Ray, a fifth grade student in Mrs. Joiner's class, gets her hair manicured after donating eight inches to cancer patients. Baylee Haysley gets her hair manicured after donating eight inches to cancer patients.