Residents go bald for charity


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  • King Ryan Klein crowning the Knights of the bald table at St. Baldericks. All are volunteers for seven or more years (1)




  • Chris Cameron SFD, and Joe Limon and Kevin Karpowicz Franklin Fire Department.




  • Sussex Boro Mayor Johnathan Rose-2




  • Charlie Kazella of Hamburg



Sussex Borough Mayor Jonathan Rose was the top fundraiser, raising $1,015 for his head shaving at the Sussex Fire Department's St. Baldricks event on Saturday.

The event was hosted by the Sussex Borough Fire Dept. and some of the fire departments that attended to support the cause were Hamburg, Devnille, Minisink Hose, Franklin, Hardyston, Greenville and Unionville.

Harry Thoompson of Sussex received $200. for his eyebrows and $100 for his mustache. Kyle DeMarest got a belly wax. DJ Ray Sikora introduce some new dance moves while members of the FD played the spoons and sold refreshments to help the fundraiser raise its goals for this year.

The event ended with the traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner.

— Photos by Gale Miko
For more photos visit www.advertisernewsnorth.com.


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