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COUNTDOWN: 60 Days to 60

Today is Tuesday June 27, 2017 and it is the 44 day until my 60th Birthday.

I have to admit that when I started on item # 38 – I had to keep referring back to the other lists as I had forgot which ones that already been mentioned. 1,311 more words


Wilmington Firefighters To Shave Their Heads To Honor 3 Local Child Cancer Survivors & Raise Funds For Research

WILMINGTON, MA — For the fourth consecutive year, Wilmington firefighters will be shaving their heads to raise money for childhood cancer research on Saturday, June 10, 2017, from 1pm to 4pm, at  148 more words


Local students go bald, raise $11,000 for childhood cancer research

ROCK ISLAND– More than 70 local fraternity members at Augustana College spent their Saturday on April 22, 2017 raising awareness for childhood cancer research.

The Rho Nu Delta fraternity hosted the event, which invites volunteers to raise money and shave their heads for the St. 262 more words


Alpha Phi Omega raises money for childhood cancer through St. Baldrick’s Foundation

In a show of solidarity for children with cancer, students shaved their heads on campus Friday, raising an estimated $4,400 for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. 397 more words

Aarti Is All In For The Cure

Aarti Khosla is one of my — and Westport’s — favorite people.

The owner of Le Rouge — the fantastic handmade chocolate shop on Main Street, just past Avery Place — is always the first to donate funds (or treats) for any good cause. 112 more words


St. Baldrick's Raises Over $160K For Children's Cancer Research In Middle River

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — An organization is raising money for childhood cancer research by shaving a few heads in Baltimore County.

The clippers came out Sunday in front of a thousand people at Martin’s East in Middle River, as 140 volunteers had their heads shaved bald to support the foundation’s mission. 28 more words


15 years strong: area's 'brave' shave for kids with cancer

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A.J. Rocco’s has been a home for the St. Baldrick Foundation in Cleveland for 15 years.

Fox 8’s Kenny Crumpton spent the morning with many folks who were excited to shave their heads to support children’s cancer research. 99 more words