Charity head shave

It’s not easy being a kid and when you stand out in a crowd it can make things even more difficult.

It’s not easy being a kid and when you stand out in a crowd it can make things even more difficult.

This Saturday at Woody’s Pub a fundraising event for Wigs for Kids BC is being held. The organizers hope the event will help to ease the worries of children who have more serious concerns than any child should have to think about.

For those feeling truly zealous about the cause the main attraction on Saturday will be a charity head shave. Anyone with eight inches or more of untreated hair can participate.

Other draws to the event include a silent auction, 50/50 draws, live music and drink and food specials.

Cover charge is $7 with the proceeds going to Wigs for Kids BC. The event gets underway at 4:00 p.m.

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