|Regan Kuzyk, Lisa Stuckey, Rubie Lou, Courtney Cann, Shawn Hammond, Jayce Draper|
Pincher Creek Canyon School Teacher Courtney Cann was inspired by Calgarian Jocelyn Ogrin, who passed away last year after a battle with cancer, to create a ripple effect that took Canyon School on a wave of hair cuts. Cann decided to raise money for the Alberta Cancer Foundation before cutting her hair and donating it to Angel Hair for Kids, "a program of A Child’s Voice Foundation that provides wigs and hair loss solutions to financially disadvantaged children in Canada who have lost their hair due to a medical condition or treatment". Canyon School's students took up the cause and sold tickets to win a chance to cut Cann's hair, which was divided into sections for the event.
Students Jayce Draper, Shawn Hammond, Rubie Lou, and Regan Kuzyk took up the challenge themselves, and raised money to have their hair cut at the same time. Jayce, the youngest of the five, raised a whooping $1,001.50. All the money raised went to the Alberta Cancer Foundation. The final total raised by the teachers, students, and the community as a whole was over $5,500. That is how a ripple turns into a wave of support.
|Mayz Vance takes a turn cutting Courtney Cann's hair|
|Lisa Stuckey and Regan Kuzyk|
|Rubie Lou and Courtney Cann|
|Lisa Stuckey and Courtney Cann|
|Shawn Hammond and Jayce Draper|
Jayce Draper's thank you video