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A promise kept: Relay for Life raises $40,000 for cancer

12:09 PM, Jun. 20, 2013
Jeremy Chevalier, center in back, promised a Kewaunee Custard and Grill customer he'd shave his head in solidarity if she lost her hair during cancer therapy. Joined by four co-workers and his sons, Chevalier made good on the pledge and raised $1,150 for the American Society.
Jeremy Chevalier, center in back, promised a Kewaunee Custard and Grill customer he'd shave his head in solidarity if she lost her hair during cancer therapy. Joined by four co-workers and his sons, Chevalier made good on the pledge and raised $1,150 for the American Society.
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It started as a promise Jeremy Chevalier made to a loyal customer and blossomed into a cause.

The promise was kept June 14 at the start of this year's American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Kewaunee County, when Chevalier had his head shaved along with four other co-workers from Kewaunee Custard & Grill and his three sons.

Chevalier has been working at the restaurant for 14 years, and among the regulars are a couple from Milwaukee who always stop on their monthly trip to Door County. ...

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