'Shave-off' for cancer

Last updated 05:00 21/03/2014
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SHAVE-OFF: Daniel Boyle succumbs to the clippers.

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Verdon College pupil Olivia Pickett shaved the head of fellow pupil Daniel Boyle during a ‘‘shave-off’’ at the school yesterday.

Daniel shaved his head in support of his aunty Lana Winders, who had breast cancer.

Four pupils and four teachers lost their locks to show support for people with cancer, with the school raising more than $950 for the cause.

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- The Southland Times

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