Pink Bandanas Guild: Local freshmen make these hair ties to fight brain cancer
SEATTLE -- The Pink Bandanas Guild is a close-knit group of young ladies. These high school freshmen, friends since elementary school, are united by a tragedy that would be tough for people of any age: When they were just nine years old, they lost their friend Sarah to brain cancer. Since then, the girls formed the guild to raise money for pediatric brain tumor research at Seattle Children's Hospital. Every so often, they get together to tie headbands and ponytail holders. In the four years since they started, they've raised over $72,000!