Brady Corson, 12, of Greene gets his hair cut by Rosa Storer at Taboo Hair Design in Lewiston on Thursday. Brady let his hair grow for three years so he could donate it to Wigs 4 Kids of Michigan, a program that makes wigs for children and teenagers who are dealing with hair loss. Brady said he wanted his hair to go to a child and that the wig would be no cost to the child or its parents. Mary Dempsey of the Dempsey Center walked over to the hair salon and gave Brady a New York Islanders hat and jersey signed by professional hockey player John Tavares. “That kid sleeps, walks and talks hockey,” said Brady’s grandfather, Steve Corson Sr. 

Brady Corson let his hair grow for three years so he could donate the minimum length of 10 inches to Wigs 4 Kids of Michigan. 

Mary Dempsey of the Dempsey Center and Steve Corson Sr. watch Corson’s grandson, Brady Corson, get his hair cut for Wigs 4 Kids of Michigan at Taboo Hair Design in Lewiston on Thursday. 

Mary Dempsey of the Dempsey Center walk to aboo Hair Design in Lewiston on Thursday and gave Brady Corson a New York Islanders hat and jersey signed by professional hockey player John Tavares. “That kid sleeps, walks and talks hockey,” said Brady’s grandfather Steve Corson Sr. Brady plays for the LA Jr. Fighting Spirit. 

“I think a couple of kids’ jaws will hit the floor,” Brady Corson said of when he returns to school following winter break. 

Brady Corson, 12, of Greene gets his hair cut by Rosa Storer at Taboo Hair Design in Lewiston on Thursday. Brady let his hair grow for three years so he could donate it to Wigs 4 Kids of Michigan, a program that makes wigs for children and teenagers who are dealing with hair loss. Brady said he wanted his hair to go to a child and that the wig would be no cost to the child or its parents. Mary Dempsey of the Dempsey Center walked over to the hair salon and gave Brady a New York Islanders hat and jersey signed by professional hockey player John Tavares. “That kid sleeps, walks and talks hockey,” said Brady’s grandfather, Steve Corson Sr., back left. 

Cosmetologist Rosa Storer cuts Brady Corson’s last braid. 

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