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Valparaiso University President Mark Heckler smiles as he gets his head shaved for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation event Sunday afternoon at the V.U. Rec Center to raise money for Child Cancer research. He is the first university president to get his head shaved for the foundation.
Veronica Heckler, wife to Valparaiso University President Mark Heckler, sits back and gets her head shaved during the St. Baldrick's event Sunday afternoon at the V.U. Rec center.
Participants in the St. Baldrick's Foundation event Sunday at the Valparaiso University Rec Center sit back and get their heads shaved to help raise money and awareness in the fight against childhood cancer.
Ronan Flaherty, center, surrounded by family, is cheered on by the Mount Carmel student body. Flaherty is a senior at the school and battling cancer.
Mount Carmel students get their hair cut at the St. Baldrick's festivities on Friday during an all-school assembly.
Barber Eric Dennehe shaves the head of Stephen Ray, of Munster, at the Hammond Helping Children St. Baldrick's event Friday in honor of Katie Crandol at the central fire station.
Fire Chief Jeff Smith poses with Katie Crandol at the Hammond Helping Children St. Baldrick's event Friday in honor of Crandol at the central fire station. Crandol shaved Smith's hair during the event.
People record video and take pictures of the Hammond Helping Children St. Baldrick's event Friday at the city's central fire station.
Stylists Ruth Shirk, left, and Meagan Wheeler shave the heads of Rich Castro, left, and Marty Goldman at the Hammond Helping Children St. Baldrick's event.
Hair piles up around the feet of barber Eric Dennehe at the Hammond Helping Children St. Baldrick's event at the city's central fire station.
CROWN POINT | Beginning at 1:00 p.m, on Saturday, March 17, the small ambulance bay will serve as the St. Baldrick's Day venue. Each participant or "shavee" quests to raise the highest amount of funding possible for life-saving research; while shaving his or her head as a display of solidari…
HAMMOND, | This year, Bishop Noll Institute will celebrate St. Patrick's Day in style by hosting its 3rd St. Baldrick's Day Head Shaving event. The participants will either be shaving their heads bald or donating ponytails in support of and in solidarity with the more than 160,000 children t…
CHICAGO | The St. Baldrick's Foundation has issued a lofty challenge to everyone who wants to help raise money for childhood cancer research: Be a hero to kids with cancer by shaving your head in return for pledges of financial support from friends and family.
Ana Palomo hugs her daughters Elena, left, and Karina, right, as husband Michael, far right, watches after they donated their hair Feb. 24 for St. Baldrick's Foundation at Bishop Noll Institute. Ana Palomo, who was diagnosed with cancer in August, said watching her daughters cut their hair w…
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