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Close shave for charity

29 Mar 2011

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Docklands’ Carrick Education students helped raise $600 for the Leukaemia Foundation on Wednesday, March 16 by participating in the World’s Greatest Shave.

More than 100 people attended the event, which saw participants have their hair shaved or coloured by Carrick’s hair -dressing students.

Agent liaison and communications officer Leslie Swearingin said Carrick Student Services and the Carrick hair dressing students and teachers initiated the event.

“They thought it would be a fun way for everyone at Carrick to raise money for such a great cause like the Leukaemia Foundation,” Ms Swearingin said.

Ms Swearingin said it was Carrick’s second year participating in the event and it managed to raise $300 on the day, with Carrick’s managing director, Catherine Carrick, matching the amount dollar for dollar to raise $600 in total.

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