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Five locals shaved their heads and raised over $2,000 for cancer research. Above (from left), Boyd Tryan, Connie Tryan, supporter Kyle Flieler, Roxanne Brownlee and David Swann show off their freshly shaved heads.

Shear determination as five shave heads for cancer research BY ASHLEY FOLEY Staff Reporter

Five locals shaved their heads this weekend to support of those close to them battling cancer and to raise funds for research. In total, five people shaved their heads and $2,096 was raised. A silent pie auction was also held at the Arden Standard Church on Sunday with 26 pies. Roxanne Brownlee began the initiative after

her good friend Sandra Noreen Baese lost her battle to cancer. “She just passed away on Jan. 23,” she said, but not before she told her friend of her plans to fundraise for cancer and shave her head. “She said to me, ‘Figures, you’re such a goof,’ and she did warn me not go down to skin in case I had bumps in my head and told us all to wear hats with lining in them. She had wanted to cut my hair, she was going to do it, but unfortu-

nately she wasn’t able to.” The other supporters who shaved their heads and raised funds were Brownlee’s uncle Boyd Tryan and his wife Connie, a friend David Swann and Kyle Flieler, who has a nine-year-old stepson with leukemia. “None of us have done this before,” said Brownlee, stating they all have their own reasons for supporting the event, such as Brownlee’s connection to Baese and Flieler’s connection to Josh.

COMMUNITY PULSE MAY 9 BATH LIONESS FISH FRY At South Fred Hall from 57 p.m. Come celebrate spring, mingle with friends and help support your community organizations while enjoying a delicious meal of red cod, potatoes, baked beans, mixed vegetables, coleslaw and dessert. NAPANEE COMMUNITY FOOD DRIVE Sponsored by L&A Poverty Reduction, in support of Salvation Army Food Bank and MorningStar Mission Hot Meal Program from 68 p.m. If you would like to help canvass, call Dana Henry at 613-354-7633. TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION FAIR From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at

Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 560 (734 Montreal St.). Information booths from local agencies serving the senior population; interactive displays of the latest assistive technologies for people living with vision loss (all ages); CNIB staff and volunteers to answer your questions. For more info: 613-5424975 Ext. 5088/5080. MAY 10 BMF BANQUET The Napanee Chapter of the Business Men’s Fellowship in Canada will host a banquet on May 10, 2013 at Selby Community Hall at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $ 15 per person. Reservations must be in by May 8th. Men, Ladies and youth are wel-

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come. Guest speaker is Shawn Seargeant. Special music by Gary and Denise Frizzell. Catered by Linda C. Bates. For tickets call Andre at 613-377-6710, or Rev. J.Hilliard at 613-3525691, or Garfield at 613354-9235. DESERONTO ‘ZUMBATHON’ From 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Deseronto Community Recreation Centre. Registration at 6 p.m. Qualified Zumba instructor Jennifer Maracle-Westgate. Cost is $15 per person in advance, $20 at the door. Pledge sheets available. Raise $50 in pledges, and your registration fee is refunded. Prizes for top three fundraisers. Silent auction, barbecue, bar. During intermission, members of local fire departments will show us how they Zumba. For advance registration or for pledge forms, or for more information, call Julie Conger, 613-403-0864 or julie_0708@sympatico.ca; Carrie Flood, 613-396-2318 or carrie.flood@magna.com; Deseronto Town Hall 613396-2440. MAY 11 PLANTS, CRAFTS, BOOKS, CHILI & CHOCOLATE SALE At St. Alban’s Church, 10419 Loyalist Parkway, (Hwy. 33), Adolphustown. Starts at 9 a.m. Perennials, birdhouses, lots of gently read books. Spicy chili, delectable chocolate goodies available for takeaway.

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