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Published on December 12th, 2018 | by Millennium Magazine Staff

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Chapin High School participates in “No Shave November”

Pictured L to R – standing: Paul Scheno, Cal Sayger, Kevin Hebert, Paul Partrich, Dick Hiller, Mark Snelgrove, Deputy Ross Wise, Robert Wagner, Marquett Carr, Jody Haltiwanger, Mike Ames, Carlos Sanchez. Kneeling in front:  Bob Taylor and Andrew Lynn. 

CHAPIN– Recently Chapin High School took part in “No Shave November” to raise awareness about cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

Principal Michael Ames started the project at the school.  “It has been a cause close to my heart for a number of years, as cancer has impacted me and my family directly,” Ames said.  “I lost my best friend in grade school and a number of family members along the way.  More recently, it has impacted members of my staff, and I felt it was important that they knew we supported their fight as they become cancer survivors.”

Students had the opportunity to vote with dollars and change during lunch on who had the best facial hair.  All proceeds will be donated to cancer research in the first place winner’s name, coach Paul Partrich.

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