Youngsters have best understanding of giving

Emelia Mae Noyes, 4, “Mae Mae” to family and friends, got her first haircut last month. It was her first time, and mom Julie’s third time, to donate to Locks of Love, a non-profit organization that creates prosthetic hairpieces for children.

RANGELY I It’s the season for giving, but those gifts don’t always come wrapped in bright packages. Sometimes they come in the form of ponytails bundled with rubber bands. Like the 14 inches of hair Rangely second-grader Mariah Henson donated two Saturdays ago.