Cosmetology students in Albany make wigs for breast cancer survivors

October 17, 2018 05:11 PM

ALBANY - October is "Breast Cancer Awareness Month." In Albany, some survivors received a special gift.

Cosmetology students at Abrookin Career and Technical Center have been learning how to make wigs.

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Teacher Laquita Love says donations from the community and local businesses really made the difference here. Students - who first thought it might be a good source of revenue, realized a much greater payoff. They realized how powerful a skill that can be – and the kind of impact such work can have.

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Jerry Gretzinger & WNYT Staff

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