IT’S ONLY HAIR —
It was an energetic afternoon at Keyin College in Carbonear May 15 as dozens of teachers, students and children were buzzing around the hairstyling classroom May 15. The school hosted a Shave for the Brave event in aid of Young Adult Cancer Canada. Throughout the afternoon, more than two-dozen volunteers either cut their hair or shaved their heads for the cause. One of those who took part was Tracey Penney (left), a breast cancer survivor. She never flinched as Melanie Badcock, a hairstyling student at Keyin, used the clippers to remove all the hair from her head. Penney and Keyin teacher Steve Fitzgerald (not pictured) are both cancer survivors, and both said they will continue to take part. Most of those taking part announced that it was only hair, and were proud to be a part of such a great cause. Some $3,000 was raised, with more expected. For full coverage of the Shave for the Brave event at Key in , visitour website at http://www.cbncompass.ca/.