Centre Fraternity Hosts Head-Shaving Fundraiser

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Updated: 4/28/2012 12:02 am
It was a day of head-shaving for a fraternity at Centre College, but it wasn't hazing. They were raising money for the St. Baldrick's foundation; a charity that help pay for childhood cancer research. Centre's Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity partnered with the organization. Participants collected pledges to shave their heads as a display of solidarity with kids with cancer. There were activities for kids in addition to the head shaving. The fraternity raised $6,800.

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