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Celebrating St. Baldrick's

Staff members shave heads for foundation

12:37 PM, Mar. 22, 2013
Lindsey Welch, left, and Nicole Austin stop to visit Gage Schroeder, 4, of Wisconsin Rapids, after having their heads shaved to help raise funds for St. Baldrick's Foundation.
Lindsey Welch, left, and Nicole Austin stop to visit Gage Schroeder, 4, of Wisconsin Rapids, after having their heads shaved to help raise funds for St. Baldrick's Foundation.
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Two Child Life Specialists at Ministry Saint Joseph's Children's Hospital in Marshfield are sporting new, no-fuss hairdos. And it's not because they don't have time for styling.

Lindsey Welch and Nicole Austin had their heads shaved to raise funds for childhood cancer research through the St. Baldrick's Foundation. They did it in honor of Treyden Kurtzweil, 9-month-old son of Carrie and Travis Kurtzweil of Stratford, who is battling leukemia. Not only has it given them more of an understanding of what children who lose their hair due to cancer treatments go through, they also raised more ...

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