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Seven-year-old twin sisters Calista and Cassity Turner from Cross Roads cut 12 inches off of their hair recently to donate to the organization called Locks of Love. This is only their second hair cut they have ever received. Their first hair cut was two years ago when they cut 10-1/2 inches off to donate it to Locks of Love. They enjoyed it so much being able to help and give to another child who may not have hair. This non-profit organization provides hairpieces and custom made wigs to financially disadvantaged children in the U.S. and Canada. Their parents Billy and Christy Turner are very proud of the girls for wanting to help others.

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