FAIRBANKS — Deltana volunteer firefighters raise more than $6,000 to fight children’s cancerRural Deltana volunteer firefighter Dave Neuburger had not cut his hair in 10 years. His mustache had been a fixture for 40 years.
FAIRBANKS — Fairbanks volunteers surpassed their goal Saturday and raised more than $24,000 for the St. Baldricks Foundation by collecting donations and shaving heads, for childhood cancer and research.The top fundraiser was 3-year-old Alex Musselman, of Delta Junction, who bravely got up on stage for his first haircut. He sat on the lap of his “Uncle Tim,” fire Chief Tim Castleberry.
FAIRBANKS — Elizabeth Parr moved back home to Fairbanks recently, and she brought a love of dance with her.She shared that passion with Pearl Creek Elementary School students recently in a two-week artist-in-residence program, sponsored by the Alaska State Council of the Arts. Her program merged math and movement and ended in a schoolwide performance at the gymnasium.The program began with a warmup called the Brain Dance, which can be done seated or standing.
Alex Musselman, 3, admires his top fundraiser medallion, after getting his first-ever haircut at the Fbks St. Baldrick's fundraiser. Alex was part of the Rural Deltana Volunteer Fire Dept team. https://t.co/OyWQEFW5vW
This little guy Alex, 3, from Delta Junction, was the top individual fundraiser for St. Baldrick's Fairbanks event. Here he is with his dad Jeff Musselman, before getting his first-ever haircut. https://t.co/aN5uqMy5FB
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