A challenge met head on
MOSSMAN State High School celebrated the bravery of several staff and students to shave their head to raise money for those suffering with leukaemia.
Two staff members, Wendy Fry (school based youth health nurse) and Keith Dickinson (manual arts teacher) participated by shaving off their luscious locks.
They were joined by two students Keane Trewick (Year 11) and Graham Tingay (Year 12).
A big thank you to Danielle Pringle and Freja NelsonGarde for donating their time.
The brave shavers were joined by eight Year 12 boys who showed their support by waxing their legs. Mossman High has a proud history with the Leukaemia Foundation, and has one of the few junior leukaemia committees in the nation.
The students work hard to promote awareness of leukaemia and the money they raise supports families when travelling for treatment. A big congratulations to all those who supported the event.
HAIRCUT TIME: Keane Trewick and Graham Tingay get their heads shaved.
BRAVE: Teacher Keith Dickinson gets his pony tail snipped