Lost locks for cause
Kaharoa School pupil Hugo Gaddum, 11, says thank you to all those who have donated money to help find a cure for cancer and thanks for his free haircut.
He says he decided to shave his hair off because cancer is a horrible disease that you can get whether you are young or old.
“Sometimes you win the fight against cancer like my friend Stella, and sometimes you lose like my friend Mr P.”
Hugo says shaving his hair off is easy as his father’s workers do it all the time.
“Thanks everyone. Your money will help us find a cure for cancer.”
(From left) Kaharoa School deputy principal Rose Powley, principal Warwick Moyle, caretaker Vance Shoebridge and pupil Hugo Gaddum, 11, are ready to shave their hair off.
Rose Powley, Warwick Moyle, Hugo Gaddum, 11, and Vance Shoebridge with their new looks.