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39 Get Shaved for St. Baldrick’s

The eighth annual St. Baldrick’s Day event in Centreville was fun for a serious purpose. Raising nearly $27,000 toward childhood-cancer research, it was held Saturday, March 17, at Fast Eddie’s. Some 39 people — including three women — had their heads shaved bald while the crowd cheered them on. Earlier fund-raisers at Chick-Fil-A and Moe’s raised $400 total.

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Stone Middle seventh-grader William Dzubak gets shaved by Lakisha Shelton of CC Hair Salon.

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Magali Penninckx of Valon Salon prepares to shave Liberty Middle seventh-grader Holcomb Rogers.

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Dominic Huffman, Stone seventh-grader, is about to be shorn by Valon Salon’s Dana Lightel.

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Cub Run Elementary second-grader Tanner Moomjian is all smiles before getting shaved.

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The Aiello brothers of Westfield High (from left) Frank, David and Stephen shaved in honor ...

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Dana Lightel gives Westfield sophomore Gabe Ryan a close shave. His father, Tim Ryan, died ...

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Cindy Del Rocco, CC Hair Salon owner, prepares to shave Country Club Manor’s Steve Ratliff.

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Bennett Raba, 10, is shorn by Lakisha Shelton.

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Samantha Lubkin holds son Kai, almost 1, while Valon Salon’s Miki Cabrera shaves off her ...

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Samantha Lubkin holds her hair and her son Kai after being shaved at Centreville’s St. ...

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