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Participants Brave the Shave For Cancer Research

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This is the big St. Baldricks week where businesses get together to raise money for children's cancer research by shaving their heads.

The big Brave the Shave event is this Friday at the YMCA, but another one at Kupper Chevrolet in Mandan took place March 11. Team Kupper raised more than $21,000.

"It got into a little challenge to see who could raise the most money, and we all know it's for a good cause, so we just figured we'll go all out and see what happens," says Bob Kupper, owner of Kupper Chevrolet.

Again, the big St. Baldricks event is March 14 at the YMCA. More than 180 people are expected to participate.
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