In a few weeks, Jenni Sanders will stick out like a sore thumb in her family.
“I’m going to be the only one with hair in the house,” she says, smiling.
Her husband, Trevor, won’t have hair, nor will their 13-year-old son Ryder or 11-year-old daughter Scout.
That’s because three members of this Granite Bay family will once again participate in St. Baldrick’s, a nationwide event in which people shave their heads in solidarity with children battling cancer — and raise money for cancer research while doing it.
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