A local cannabis business and a McAlester law firm have teamed up to hopefully make things a little better for children undergoing hair loss due to medical treatments or conditions. Buds Craft Cannabis Co. in downtown McAlester and members of the Wagner & Lynch Law Firm donated $500 each to purchase 10 children’s wigs that were donated to The Wig Closet.
“It’s wonderful when we have the support of our community,” Ashley Lerblance, founder of The Wig Closet, said. “Having these kids’ wigs will be a game-changer.” Lerblance donates wigs free of charge to those who need them due to hair loss that can result from chemotherapy or other medical treatments.
Renee Malcolm and James Monks of Buds Craft Cannabis Co. at 306 E. Choctaw Ave. said they were glad to help. “Every month we donate somewhere,” Monks said. Malcolm said she’s glad Buds can assist in this way.
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