9-year-old Potsdam boy finally cuts nearly 10-inch hair in support of teacher battling cancer
Monday, June 16, 2014 - 6:58 pm

POTSDAM -- A 9-year-old Potsdam boy growing his hair to donate for wigs for cancer patients had it cut this weekend.

Collin Haggett chose to have it cut on Sunday, Father’s Day, in honor of his grandfathers.

Haggett was inspired to cut grow his hair out after he learned why his mother Heidi Haggett had grown and donated her hair.

His hair was cut at a fundraiser for Potsdam Teacher, Lynn Tharrett, who is battling cancer.

He wore a handmade t-shirt saying, “No One Fights Alone” with a list of names on the back.

He ended up with 9.5 inches for his donation and chose to have his head shaved bald in honor of his friend, Addie Greene.

Barber, Casey Dillon, was set up at the fundraiser, and had the privilege of cutting Collin’s hair.

A crowd watched, cheered, and some cried as this Haggett’s hair was cut. On Monday he entered his school bald, as did his younger brother Maxwell.

Maxwell and their father, Damon both decided to support his cause and shaved each others heads.

See earlier story for more information. http://northcountrynow.com/news/9-year-old-potsdam-boy-grows-his-hair-18...