Children sell hair bows to support sick child

Two little girls are using hair bows for help.

Lucas Payne, son of their assistant principal Andy Payne, has Leukodystrophy.

When Maggie Brown and Paige Morath heard about Payne, they were ready to help.

They started by drawing pictures of animals and selling them for $1.

Once they realized they could do more, they decided on hair bows.

At $5 a piece, the girls have started the small organization, Loops for Lucas.

The group is based under the main organization, Love for Lucas.

With the help of friends and teachers, Brown and Morath are selling more hair bows than they can make.

The Love for Lucas organization is also hosting a 5K to help raise money as well.

To find out more about the organization check out their their facebook page.


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