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Southside Pharmacy pharmacist Michael Herrmann raised $1200 (and counting!) last Friday when he did the double whammy colouring and shaving his hair. He wanted to thank all his customers and the many South Lismore businesses who supported his shave with donations.

The Shave for a Cures youngest participant, five-and-a-half-month-old Noah Scofield from Goonellabah, gives his mum Kylie a big kiss after colouring his hair blue at Lismore Shopping Square on Saturday.

It was a family affair for the Renshaw family at the Worlds Greatest Shave for a Cure on Saturday, with dad Graeme shaving his head and siblings Dana (11), Tiffany (9), and twins Ethan and Chloe (4), all colouring their hair.

Sisters Kasmira (5) and Marina (1) Basinauro were happy to pose after having their hair coloured on Saturday.

Caption (EGN/shave for a cure 4): Gary Mazzer from Goonellabah only has one haircut a year always at the Worlds Greatest Shave for a Cure. One year he did a complete body shave, but this year decided just to go bald on top.

Caption (EGN/shave for a cure 5): Michael Edwards got his ponytail cut for the first time in 20 years at the Worlds Greatest Shave for a Cure on Saturday.

Caption (EGN/shave for a cure 6): Tullera Rural Fire Service members Christine Miller and Robyn Farrell were happy to sport multicoloured hair for a day.

Caption (EGN/shave for a cure 7): Members of the Lismore Church of Christ youth group Y Youth (l-r) Aria Adams, Anna Sayers and Sara Graham coloured their hair at Lismore Shopping Square on Saturday. Y Youth raised a total of $360 for the Worlds Greatest Shave for a Cure.


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