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YEAR 5 students Mitch Viney (left) and Rome Leopold put a new slant on the meaning of schoolyard teasing at Kororo Public School's 'crazy hair day'. Yesterday Kororo students took part in the 'World's Greatest Shave', an event to raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation. For some Kororo kids, it was a case of 'hair today, gone tomorrow'. Nine students from the school opted to have their heads shaved on the day, including brave Year 2 student Lilly Porter, who raised a generous $700 by pledging to have her long golden locks lopped. The rest of the school joined in by participating in 'crazy hair day', by teasing and colouring their hair in a bid to help people with cancer. Teacher Col Dixon said that the day was a success, with an impressive $4500 raised.



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