Unfortunately, there are too many children in our society who suffer from the awful blood disease, Leukemia.
In order to raise funds for research into this terrible disease, the Leukemia Foundation organise a day when the people of the community can either shave their heads or colour their hair for a donation. On Thursday 15th March, MRPS decided to have a Crazy Hair Day to raise funds for this worthy cause. Nearly all the children participated and they certainly had some Crazy Hair styles!! The school raised over $600 for the Foundation, which is a fantastic achievement. Thanks to all the staff, students and parents for their support.
Crazy Hair Day 2012 on PhotoPeach
Written by Campbell Madden; Photos and Posted by D. Veary
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And I thought I got carried away! Well done everyone – great fun for a very worthy cause.