Want to join St. Baldrick's in the fight against children's cancer?
We don't make wigs or collect hair to soak up oil spills–in fact, the shaving itself is just a means to an end. On the surface, we shave because kids with cancer often lose their hair during treatment, and we stand proudly bald beside them. But the true goal–to cure childhood cancer–will be accomplished because, while shaving, we raise funds for lifesaving childhood cancer research.
“Shavees” sign up on the website, collect money from friends and family much like a walk-a-thon, and show up at a volunteer-organized event in their community to take their turn in the barber's chair. It's fun, it's emotional, and it's for a crucially important cause.
Why do we shave heads?
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4pm - Kick off with bagpipes by Lake County Local 3990 Pipers
4:30pm - St. Baldrick's head shaving begins
5:00pm - Keeper live in concert rockin classics from the 70's, 80's and 90's
5:30pm - Second round of St. Baldrick's head shaving
7:00pm - Keeper live in concert
7:45pm - Firetruck pull contest
8:30pm - Keeper live in concert
8:45pm - Second heat firetruck pull
9:45pm - Keeper live in concert
10:30pm - DJ spinning