Doreen Malcolm at Cave Spring High School shares this photo of Kendall Bayne shaving CSHS principal Steven Spangler‘s hair while hairdresser Amy Haynes looks on at Kendall’s Karnival on Thursday, Oct. 20.
Students gave at least a $5 donation for admission, and enjoyed haircuts, hair braiding, breakfast and more.
The SCA at Cave Spring High School held their annual Knights Morning Buzz, an annual cancer fundraiser, last Thursday, October 20 from 7:00-8:20 a.m. But this year it was different in a couple of ways.
It was held in the fall rather than the spring and renamed Kendall’s Karnival because one of their students, Kendall Bayne, is facing cancer surgery the last week of October.
Local hairdressers from The Country Hair Saloon donated their time and talents by giving buzzes and haircuts. Cosmetology students from ARBTC came to give manicures with purple polish and braid hair with purple ribbons. The Art Club sent several of their members to face paint purple ribbons and Katherine Devine, a local artist, joined in with beautiful face swirls as well. The Culinary Arts department served muffins and pancakes, orange juice and coffee. An acoustic band and purple balloons added to the festivities.
After a donation of at least $5/person was collected at the door, the total reached nearly $1,500 to add to Kendall’s fund. But mostly, we collected a lot of love for our Fight Like a Knight girl, Kendall.