REPORTER: BRIDGET NASO
PHOTOGRAPHER: GEOFF STEVENS
Time: 7AM ARRIVAL, TO GO LIVE BY 7:45 AT THE LATEST (THEY CANT GO TOO
LATE, CAUSE THE SCHOOL STARTS BY 8AM)
Location: Kumeyaay Elementary School, 6200 BLOCK OF ANTIGUA
THIS IS A BIT OF A CABLE PULL
Supers: NAMES COMING THE MORNING
CONTACT: Robyn Bernstein,
*THIS IS NOT LOCKS OF LOVE, BUT IS PANTENE*
The kids will be very excited! All of the children already have their hair
cut, in Ziplock bags, with their names and addresses inside so that they
receive a personal thank you from Pantene. We'll call them up to the front
to put their donations in one large box. The meeting starts at 7:40, and
Mr. Mosher has us slated to go first. We can move from the meeting to the
lunch area afterward if it helps for followup interviews. That way Mr.
Mosher can go on with the Tribal Meeting and we can do a group picture, etc.
As for Phil, we don't have anyone to cut his hair unless he wants one of the
girls to cut it, and then he can go have it styled. The stylist at our
local Great Clips has done them free for the girls, but I have no idea if I
can get her here in the morning to do the cutting.
I have two perfect young ladies in mind for an interview. They were the two
girls who were so excited last year when I cut my hair to donate. They came
over to my room to interview me for a report they were doing. That's when
we decided that doing a school-wide donation this year would be fun.
I'll make sure Mr. Victor is expecting you so that the playground gate is
A large group of female students from Kumeyaay Elementary School, and one traffic reporter from KUSI, lined up this morning to donate their hair to the Pantene Beautiful Lengths program.