Losing locks for charity: Area St. Baldrick's events benefit children's cancer research

10:33 PM, Mar. 6, 2013
Martha Oppeneer gets her head shaved during the 2011 St. Baldrick's fundraiser for cancer research at Highland House.
Martha Oppeneer gets her head shaved during the 2011 St. Baldrick's fundraiser for cancer research at Highland House.
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There are dozens of people around Sheboygan County who are especially keen not to see any more snow or cold days - they're all about to go bald.

The annual St. Baldrick's event, for which people collect pledges to shave their heads, will take place over the next two weekends at three locations.

Jennifer Radtke, owner of Urbane in downtown Sheboygan, started holding St. Baldrick's events when the restaurant opened six years ago. This year's event will be at noon Sunday. ...

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