Kangaroo Island residents prepare to shave to fight cancer

BRAVE SHAVE: Nine-year-old Islander Cassidy Anderson is doing the World's Greatest Shave at the Kingscote supermarket.

BRAVE SHAVE: Nine-year-old Islander Cassidy Anderson is doing the World's Greatest Shave at the Kingscote supermarket.

Kangaroo Island residents, young and not so young, are ready to shave their heads this month to fight cancer.

Nine-year-old Islander Cassidy Anderson is doing the World's Greatest Shave at the Drakes Kingscote Foodland supermarket on Wednesday, March 13 at 4pm.

"Cassidy will be shaving off her beautiful red locks in a bid to raise funds for leukaemia research," mum Alicia Warner said.

"People can give cash donation however big or small at the event, or alternatively they can donate online."

She has already raised $178, so click here to donate to Cassidy's shave: http://my.leukaemiafoundation.org.au/cassidyanderson

RIVER SHAVER: Heidi Campbell will be among those at The Shed at American River shaving off their hair.

RIVER SHAVER: Heidi Campbell will be among those at The Shed at American River shaving off their hair.

Then Heidi Campbell, Jen and John Stevenson and Mary Lovegrove, and perhaps others, will be shaving at The Shed at American River at 7.30pm on Friday, March 15.

The shaving will raise funds for the Cancer Council SA. 

Donations can be made online at www.cancersa.org.au ​and there are also donation boxes at OTR Kingscote and American River Post Office. 

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