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Quaker Valley student prepares to cut hair for good cause

Kristina Serafini | Sewickley Herald
Quaker Valley sophomore Ciara Henschke, at right, poses with her personal project mentor, Middle School special education coordinator Amy Balbach, at the high school Monday, March 4, 2013. Ciara organized an event March 17 at Craig Allen Salon where people can donate their hair to Locks of Love. Both Ciara and Balbach will be donating their hair for the cause.

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What: Locks of Love event

When: 1 p.m. March 17.

Where: Craig Allen Salon, 517 Broad St., Sewickley.

Cost: $20 donation

Details: Call the Craig Allen Salon at 412-741-2887 or email qv15.henschkec@qvmail.org.

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Quaker Valley student prepares to cut hair for good cause

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