Nat Sherwood loses his locks to hairdresser Beth Ryan. Photo Bruce Thomas
Nat Sherwood loses his locks to hairdresser Beth Ryan. Photo Bruce Thomas

Students CHEC out closest shaves

LOCKS were lost for the right reasons at Coffs Harbour Education Campus yesterday.

A crowd of students surrounded the willing as hair was snipped, chopped, shaved and coloured.

The Leukaemia Foundation's World's Greatest Shave had raised $5,040,278 as of yesterday afternoon, almost 35 per cent toward their total goal of $15 million.

Across the Coffs Coast people were pitching in, from CHEC students bearing bald heads to the colourful bearded councillor, John Arkan, raising funds from his stall at the city centre Growers' Market.

Whether people are sponsoring or shaving, the work of the Leukaemia Foundation and the families it supports were on everyone's minds.



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