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“They give it to kids with cancer too, but if a kid has alopecia or something like that, they give them wigs,” LeWarne said. “I’ve done it before when I was a little younger.”
Donations can be between 8 and 12 inches, and donors must keep their hair well cared for in ponytails or braids to keep hairs in the same direction.
Leading up to the ceremony, LeWarne had multiple small braids, and her teammates and coaches each took a turn with the scissors.
“I was a little nervous about it, but they all figured it out. I liked being able to do that part of it,” she said.
She added that she had a personal reason for giving to CWHL.
“My grandpa died from cancer in 2015 and my grandma just beat breast cancer this year, so it’s affected me a lot,” LeWarne said.
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