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Four Generations Plan to Shave Hair for Cancer Fundraiser
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Four Generations Plan to Shave Hair for Cancer Fundraiser

 

One family is going bald to raise money for childhood cancer research, during the upcoming St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival in Henderson.

Four generations of the Linehan-Yant-Temme family will be cutting their hair for the St. Baldrick's Foundation fundraiser, which is set for 5 p.m. Saturday, March 16.

The family is being led by 62-year-old Pat Linehan, who is a member of the Southern Nevada Sons of Erin organization. His son 36-year-old Chris Linehan, 5-year-old grandson Casey Yant and his 86-year-old father-in-law Richard Temme will all shave their heads during the event.

This is the third year in a row that St. Baldrick's has held its head-shaving event during the St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival.

The Linehan-Yant-Temme team is looking for more donors. The Southern Nevada Sons of Erin is looking for people to help out either by shaving their heads or by sponsoring someone getting their head shaved.

For more information on the parade and festival, go to hendersonlive.com. To donate to the Sons of Erin cause, go to snose.com. 

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