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Bralee Thomas gets ‘helpful’ haircut

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Bralee Thomas of Jewett proves you are never too young to help someone in need.

When Thomas, 6, saw sick children on television without hair, she wanted to help them. She asked her mom about making a wig and they discussed the Locks of Love program. She went to Felicia Smith at Timeless Cuts in Carrollton who cut over 12-inches of hair off to be donated.

While Bralee liked long hair and wanted to let it continue to grow, she loves her new cut. “I am happy I can help other kids and do what I wanted to do,” she said. “I will do this again when my hair gets longer.”

Bralee is the daughter of Astachea (Stacy) Thomas and Smokey Thomas. She is looking forward to starting first grade at Harrison West Elementary in Scio.


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