CCCTC Adult Cosmetology Presents Check to Elijah Amato Family

In photo from left to right: Sophia Brouse, Brittany Skolnekovich (adult cosmetology students), Debbie Gmerek (adult cosmetology instructor), Makenze PetermanAshley Flood, Maggie Clinger (adult cosmetology students), accepting check for Amato family is Matt Thomas, Jen Thomas, Alice Tate,and Isaiah Amato

The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center’s (CCCTC) Adult Cosmetology program recently held their annual “It’s So Much More Than Hair” event.  The event is a project that the students hold every year to raise awareness about Alopecia.  They donate wigs to anyone with hair loss and raise money for a deserving family/group/person. This year the event raised over $3,000 for baby Elijah Amato, who is battling an Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid tumor in his brain.  The adult cosmetology program recently presented the money to Elijah’s family.