May 29, 2008
Albany--A special gift Thursday night for a Lee county teenager who has never seen her mother get a hair cut.
Lisa Henderson grew her hair for 27 years.
This year, her daughter is graduating from Lee County High School and asked her mom to get a hair cut.
She did just that at Konkrete Movement Salon.
Henderson donated her hair to Locks of Love which makes wigs for cancer patients and others who suffer medical hair loss.
"I've had it for 27 years it's time for someone else to get some use of out if, since I did get rid of it, maybe it'll help a child that has cancer," Lisa Henderson, Locks of Love Donor.
After 27 years, a hair cut isn't cheap.
Henderson paid $125 for the cut and style.
Full-time employees for Tyson Chicken plant in Dawson will be paid for a full week of work for three weeks.
The Thomasville City School District plans to implement a new system next year to help prepare students for college and career paths.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) released architectural renderings of the new campus in Moultrie.
The Douglas Police Department issued a warning to citizens about the consequences people can face for drag racing in the area.
The South Georgia Coalition for Employment is hosting a job fair this week in Valdosta.