Head Shaving Support for Tyler Thompson

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers SHAVING TO SUPPORT - St. Rose of Lima Catholic School first grader Drake Sakamoto, 7, squeals with laughter as school parent Steve Beausang gives him a close buzz during a head-shaving event for students and staff to show their support for sixth grader Tyler Thompson,  who has lost his hair from undergoing chemotherapy, at the school on Friday, March 14. The money raised from the event will be donated to the Thompson family to help with Tyler's medical costs.

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SHAVING TO SUPPORT – St. Rose of Lima Catholic School first grader Drake Sakamoto, 7, squeals with laughter as school parent Steve Beausang gives him a close buzz during a head-shaving event for students and staff to show their support for sixth grader Tyler Thompson, who has lost his hair from undergoing chemotherapy, at the school on Friday, March 14. The money raised from the event will be donated to the Thompson family to help with Tyler’s medical costs.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers SHAVING TO SUPPORT - St. Rose of Lima Catholic School sixth graders pose for a group photo after having their heads shaved to show support for fellow student Tyler Thompson, who has lost his hair from undergoing chemotherapy, during the head-shaving event at the school on Friday, March 14. The money raised from the event will be donated to the Thompson family to help with Tyler's medical costs.

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SHAVING TO SUPPORT – St. Rose of Lima Catholic School sixth graders pose for a group photo after having their heads shaved to show support for fellow student Tyler Thompson, who has lost his hair from undergoing chemotherapy, during the head-shaving event at the school on Friday, March 14. The money raised from the event will be donated to the Thompson family to help with Tyler’s medical costs.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers SHAVING TO SUPPORT - St. Rose of Lima principal John Sanders, left, has his head shaved by parent Annamaria Brown as Pastor Joseph Shea laughs at his reaction during a head-shaving event for students and staff to show support for sixth grader Tyler Thompson, who has lost his hair from undergoing chemotheraphy, at the school on Friday, March 14. The money raised from the event will be donated to the Thompson family to help with Tyler's medical costs.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers
SHAVING TO SUPPORT – St. Rose of Lima principal John Sanders, left, has his head shaved by parent Annamaria Brown as Pastor Joseph Shea laughs at his reaction during a head-shaving event for students and staff to show support for sixth grader Tyler Thompson, who has lost his hair from undergoing chemotheraphy, at the school on Friday, March 14. The money raised from the event will be donated to the Thompson family to help with Tyler’s medical costs.

March 14/IS 03-20-14??IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers SHAVING TO SUPPORT - St. Rose of Lima Catholic School sixth grader Tyler Thompson, who is currently undergoing chemotherapy, watches as his close friend Brian Albert, 12, has his head shaved along with fellow students and staff in a show of support on Friday, March 14. The money raised from the event will be donated to the Thompson family to help with Tyler's medical costs.

March 14/IS 03-20-14??IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers
SHAVING TO SUPPORT – St. Rose of Lima Catholic School sixth grader Tyler Thompson, who is currently undergoing chemotherapy, watches as his close friend Brian Albert, 12, has his head shaved along with fellow students and staff in a show of support on Friday, March 14. The money raised from the event will be donated to the Thompson family to help with Tyler’s medical costs.

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