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Dashwood firefighters get their heads shaved for a good cause

TIME FOR A SHAVE: Lieutenant Adam Hillsden of Dashwood Volunteer Fire Department, left, along with Chief Nick Acciavatti will have to tighten up their helmets after getting their heads shaved on Sunday. Evelyn Schauerte (standing, left) and Cheryle Cook buzzed several of the department’s volunteers on Sunday morning, as well as some members of the public, during the department’s annual head shaves for cancer fundraiser. Hillsden, who has been with the department for 14 years, started the fundraiser nine years ago for the Canadian Cancer Society to honour his mother Lorna, who was undergoing chemotherapy at the time. - BRENDA GOUGH PHOTO
TIME FOR A SHAVE: Lieutenant Adam Hillsden of Dashwood Volunteer Fire Department, left, along with Chief Nick Acciavatti will have to tighten up their helmets after getting their heads shaved on Sunday. Evelyn Schauerte (standing, left) and Cheryle Cook buzzed several of the department’s volunteers on Sunday morning, as well as some members of the public, during the department’s annual head shaves for cancer fundraiser. Hillsden, who has been with the department for 14 years, started the fundraiser nine years ago for the Canadian Cancer Society to honour his mother Lorna, who was undergoing chemotherapy at the time.
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TIME FOR A SHAVE: Lieutenant Adam Hillsden of Dashwood Volunteer Fire Department, left, along with Chief Nick Acciavatti will have to tighten up their helmets after getting their heads shaved on Sunday. Evelyn Schauerte (standing, left) and Cheryle Cook buzzed several of the department's volunteers on Sunday morning, as well as some members of the public, during the department's annual head shaves for cancer fundraiser. Hillsden, who has been with the department for 14 years, started the fundraiser nine years ago for the Canadian Cancer Society to honour his mother Lorna, who was undergoing chemotherapy at the time.

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