Staff, students at Crossroads North Middle School shed locks of hair for cancer

A group of students and staff members at a middle school in South Brunswick shed their locks today for cancer. More than 50 staff and

More than 50 staff and students grew out their hair for over a year.

More than 50 staff and students grew out their hair for over a year. (6/19/13)

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - A group of students and staff members at a middle school in South Brunswick shed their locks today for cancer.

More than 50 staff and students at Crossroads North Middle School grew out their hair for more than a year in anticipation of this day.

The hair was cut and donated to the Pantene Beautiful Lengths program, which helps provide free, real-hair wigs for women with cancer.

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