continued Cutting the hair of Kylee Granger of Potterville, Courtney Beadnell snipped a lock of hair as Kylee looked in the mirror.
“It’s satisfying to put my skills to good use,” she said with a smile. “This is all so positive, very exciting.”
Kylee, a North Warren student known for participating in various charities, added her thoughts.
“This is a great opportunity to help someone out in the community,— and Timothy’s really nice and thoughtful,” she said.
Tim Lucid Sr. helped out by conducting the basket raffle. The morning of the fundraiser, several people showed up unannounced at the Lucid home, and as their contribution to the cause, split wood for the family, to provide heat this winter.
“This is great,” Lucid said, noting both the Cut-a-Thon and the wood splitting work. “It’s wonderful how in a small community everyone helps out others.”