Holding a Fun-Razor
Minooka High students, staff show support for cancer-stricken peers
MINOOKA — Two students and two teachers at Minooka Community High School are currently battling cancer, so their peers organized a special school event to let them know they are not alone in their fight.
During each of the four lunch periods at both Minooka High's Central and South campuses on Friday, Nov. 30, the school community looked on and cheered in support as seventy-five students and staff members volunteered to have their heads shaved and locks cut as part of a Fun-Razor sponsored by Students Taking a New Direction (STAND).
“The event was targeted at showing the students and staff members at MCHS who are battling cancer that they are supported,” STAND co-sponsor Melissa Caruso said. “Everyone who participated truly did ‘good deeds’ and literally caused a ‘chain reaction’ of more good deeds.”
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