CHARLESTON—There was a whole lot of squealing going on at Bishop England High School as a courtyard full of girls lined up to have their hair cut for Locks of Love.
Christine Ronco, an English teacher and golf coach at the school, chose the non-profit as one of the school’s stewardship events back in October. At that time, she had about 18 girls committed to the cause. By the time the great cut-off was over, more than 75 females of all ages had taken a turn on the chopping stool.
Locks of Love takes donated hair and makes wigs for children suffering from cancer and other diseases that cause hair loss.
Read the full story in the May 17 newspaper edition of The Miscellany.