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Pledge forms available for Cuts For Cancer

    The seventh annual Cuts For Cancer will be held on February 3 and already a few have made the commitment to put their locks on the block to support the Drumheller Area Health Foundation.
    The annual fundraiser was originally dedicated to the memory of Cathy Morse’s mother. It has grown into a premier fundraising event generating thousands of dollars to purchase needed equipment for the Drumheller Health Centre and to support patients and families.
    This year, Morse has received a commitment from Ken Schinnour at Allied Distributors to shave his locks to raise funds.
    She also confirms that a legend will be falling. Even people that don’t know Dave Lee, will recognize his moustache. Yep, it too will be shorn for the right price.
    “He’s had it since I think he was 14,” said Morse. “He’s got a big old handlebar moustache, so that could be a big draw.”
    To get the ball rolling, Cuts For Cancer  hosted a barbecue featuring the Cat County Cougar Hunters. Cathy’s daughter Courtney even joined up with the band for a few numbers at the Road House Saloon last Saturday in Rosedale. They raised about $630 at the event. All the funds are being directed to the Drumheller Area Health Foundation.
    Morse says they could always use more community members to step forward to get in the barber’s chair for a good cause. This year, pledge forms are only available at the Chop Shop.


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