Brian Bliss finishes getting a shave from barber Crystal Stonecipher of the Hey Good Lookin' Salon at a St. Baldrick's head-shaving fundraiser at Kenai Peninsula College on Thursday, March 24. Over 17 people had their heads shaved in exchange for donations to St. Baldrick's Foundation, a research charity for pediatric cancer.

Brian Bliss finishes getting a shave from barber Crystal Stonecipher of the Hey Good Lookin' Salon at a St. Baldrick's head-shaving fundraiser at Kenai Peninsula College on Thursday, March 24. Over 17 people had their heads shaved in exchange for donations to St. Baldrick's Foundation, a research charity for pediatric cancer.

A close shave

  • By Kelly Sullivan
  • Thursday, March 24, 2016 8:42pm
  • News
Barber Alexander Walton of Glacier City Barbershop shaves the head of Laura Best during the St. Baldrick's head-shaving fundraiser on Thursday, March 24 at Kenai Peninsula College. Best has shaved her head for the pediatric cancer research fundraiser three times since 2010, donating her hair to Locks of Love, a group that makes wigs for cancer patients.

Barber Alexander Walton of Glacier City Barbershop shaves the head of Laura Best during the St. Baldrick’s head-shaving fundraiser on Thursday, March 24 at Kenai Peninsula College. Best has shaved her head for the pediatric cancer research fundraiser three times since 2010, donating her hair to Locks of Love, a group that makes wigs for cancer patients.

A volunteer's head is shaved by barber Alexander Walton of Glacier City Barbershop during a St. Baldrick's Foundation head-shaving fundraiser on Thursday, March 24 at Kenai Peninsula College.

A volunteer’s head is shaved by barber Alexander Walton of Glacier City Barbershop during a St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving fundraiser on Thursday, March 24 at Kenai Peninsula College.

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