Lost locks for cause

Rotorua Weekender - - News -

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.”

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(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.

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Rose Pow­ley, War­wick Moyle, Hugo Gad­dum, 11, and Vance Shoe­bridge with their new looks.

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