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Lucy Gautheir, a Grade 7/8 teacher at St. Paul School, has her hair shaved in support of cancer research and the amazing efforts of the student body

September 28, 2005 - Lucy Gautheir, a Grade 7/8 teacher at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic School had her hair shaved in support of cancer research on Friday. Cheered on by the school's entire student body, Linda Lamothe (owner of RAY-ZOR Cuts) went about the delicate task of cutting Mrs. Gautheir's hair while students shouted for a "Mohawk cut." In the end they settled for a "close shave."

Mrs. Gautheir challenged the students that if they raised $2,000 during the Terry Fox Marathon of Hope held at their school the previous week, she would shave her hair. Through hard work and determination and an incredible fundraising effort, the students at
St. Paul the Apostle Catholic School raised an amazing $9,188.32 and as result Mrs. Gautheir's hair is now history.



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