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One Family Going Bald for a Good Cause

In a few weeks, Jenni Sanders will stick out like a sore thumb in her family.

Courtesy of Jenni Sanders Ryder Sanders, left, and his dad Trevor Sanders shaved their heads for last year’s St. Baldrick’s event. They plan to shave their heads once again this year.
Courtesy of Jenni Sanders
Ryder Sanders, left, and his dad Trevor Sanders shaved their heads for last year’s St. Baldrick’s event. They plan to shave their heads once again this year.

“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.

Read full article as published in Roseville & Granite Bay Press Tribune