Ladies to lose locks for a cure

WITH only three days to go until six female Clarence Medical Centre staff lose their locks as part of the Shave for a Cure annual cancer fundraiser more donations are welcome to help them exceed the $5000 already raised.

Office Manager Angela Bliss said on Wednesday she received a very generous donation of $2000 from Ken Stanford of Stanford’s Pharmacy at Maclean toward their campaign.

From 1pm on Tuesday March 8, hairdressers armed with clippers will shave the women’s heads.

As part of the event Maclean Lions club will be holding a Barbeque behind Clarence Medical Centre at Maclean with past and current cancer patients in attendance.

Donations to the Clarence Medical Centre’s shave for a cure campaign can be made in person at the centre, Centenary Drive Maclean or via the shave for a cure website by searching for Clarence Medical.
 



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