Locks of Love

Karen Waugh from Shoppers Drug Mart in Parksville took donations for sections of hair she cut off for Locks Of Love Saturday

  • May. 7, 2013 9:00 a.m.
LOCKS OF LOVE: Karen Waugh (left) from Shoppers Drug Mart in Parksville took donations for sections of hair she cut off for Locks Of Love at the store Saturday. The non-profit group makes wigs for children who have lost their hair while undergoing cancer treatment.  Pharmacist Jocelyn Morris (right) donated about 11 inches of her hair and the rest she will grow out for Beautiful Lengths which also makes wigs for cancer patients. The store also held a makeover event Saturday to raise money for the charity Look Good Feel Better.

LOCKS OF LOVE: Karen Waugh (left) from Shoppers Drug Mart in Parksville took donations for sections of hair she cut off for Locks Of Love at the store Saturday. The non-profit group makes wigs for children who have lost their hair while undergoing cancer treatment. Pharmacist Jocelyn Morris (right) donated about 11 inches of her hair and the rest she will grow out for Beautiful Lengths which also makes wigs for cancer patients. The store also held a makeover event Saturday to raise money for the charity Look Good Feel Better.

LOCKS OF LOVE: Karen Waugh (left) from Shoppers Drug Mart in Parksville took donations for sections of hair she cut off for Locks of Love at the store Saturday. The non-profit group makes wigs for children who have lost their hair while undergoing cancer treatment.  Pharmacist Jocelyn Morris (right) donated about 11 inches of her hair and the rest she will grow out for Beautiful Lengths which also makes wigs for cancer patients. The store also held a makeover event Saturday to raise money for the charity Look Good Feel Better.