St. Baldrick’s Day has become an annual tradition at Centre College, and this year’s fundraiser to fight childhood cancer was once again a huge success. Twenty-nine students, faculty and staff shaved their heads, raising more than $10,000 to support cancer research and treatment.
Dexter Horne ’16, who organized a team of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity members, believes the money participants have raised will truly make a difference for this cause.
“The research and effort that will eventually get us to a cure isn’t free,” he explains. “I’m happy to see the Centre community help fuel the fight against cancer in such a significant way.”
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Video and photos courtesy of Clay Jackson