Three Events - One Common Cause - St. Baldricks Foundation
Three events in one day, all to benefit St. Baldrick's Foundation to conquer childhood cancer. The first was a charity workout hosted by CrossFit Krypton in Chesapeake. The main event was at Roger Brown's in Portsmouth where several participants had their heads shaved to raise donations for the foundation. The grand finale was a continuation of the shaving at Big Ugly Brewing in Chesapeake. Overall, the day’s events brought in over $60,000 in donations specifically for children’s cancer research. Donations are still being accepted at www.stbaldricks.org/events/sfh18
Athletes complete the workout of the day at CrossFit Krypton
Cancer survivor exemplifies just why childhood cancer research is so important
Adam Klink and CrossFit Krypton's Ben Smith discuss the workout with the group
Aaron Woods, cancer survivor and inspiration to all in attendance, autographs a pair of shoes
Adam Klink talked to the crowd about brave Aaron Woods, his battle with childhood cancer and that he's a “St. Baldrick's and St. Jude's kid”
Wall ball shots are part of the workout
Storm troopers kick off the event
Cole Bryan gets a selfie with the storm troopers
Kristina and Jesse Cushman
Baby gives Mom moral support to Brave the Shave
Even Storm troopers need a little off the top
Addie shaves her dad, Cole Bryan, Event Coordinator
Storm Troopers got shaved too!
Kate and Addie hang out with the Storm Troopers
Jennifer Tolarchyk and Big Ugly's co-owner Aaron Childers
Before the shave!
Helen and Jamie are both Rockin' the Bald at Big Ugly Brewing
Cole and Chloe before being shaved
Chloe shouts with excitement - she is very involved at school raising awareness of childhood cancer and ending bullying
Shavees posing outside of Big Ugly Brewing
Thumbs up for these participants!
Beards can go too!
Evan Lantry gets his head shaved for the cause
Chloe and her dad show off their noggins
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