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St. Baldricks Raises Money To Fight Childhood Cancer

Hundreds Shave Heads At Roseville Mall

The buzzing sound in unison, a row of willing participants getting their head shaved as part of the St. Baldricks fundraiser.

The concept of St. Baldrick’s was created in 1999 by three Irish-American executives from New York City, and grew from a single event to a nationwide effort in a relatively short period of time.

The last seven years the Keaton Rapheal Memorial non profit group has hosted a local event in Roseville. St. Baldrick’s is known as the world’s first and largest volunteer fundraiser for childhood cancer research.

The fundraiser is always held the week of St. Patricks Day.

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