Volunteers have their hair shaved to help fight children’s cancer

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CREVE COEUR, MO (KTVI) – Sunday volunteers had their heads shaved to help conquering kid’s cancer. That’s the purpose of folks shaving their locks in Creve Coeur. It’s part of a fundraising effort by the Saint Baldricks Foundation. That’s an organization that raises money to fight childhood cancer. The head shaving is in solidarity with kids who often lose their hair during cancer treatment.

Today’s event was held at the Hair Saloon for men in Creve Coeur

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