Students Want Prostate Cancer To Take It On The 'Chin'

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 11/27/2013 12:25 am
Tates Creek Middle School wants prostate cancer to take it on the 'chin.'
 
Men at the school and the fathers of some of the girls on the basketball team grew out their beards this month.

People voted on the best ones by giving money.

The donations will go to the Markey Cancer Center.

The girls also sold light-blue bracelets as part of the fundraiser..

The fundraiser last year raised $1,000.

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