CCCTC Adult Cosmetology Students Raise Over $2,000.00 for The Chemo Care Bag Project

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 students hold every year to raise awareness of the medical condition called alopecia.  They donate wigs to anyone with hair loss and raise money for a deserving family/group/person. This year the event raised over $2,000 for The Chemo Care Bag Project. In photo, seated, from left to right: Adult Cosmetology students Destiney Hockenberry, Keaton Maines, Paige Newhouse, and Hanna Martino. Back row from left to right: Debbie Gmerek, Adult Cosmetology Instructor; Adult Cosmetology Students Jeana Meyer, Lauren Shaffer, and Kelsey Oakes. To learn more about the opportunities at CCCTC, visit us at