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A Shaving Success!

Union Station hosted more emotion than it could handle when 46 mothers of children with cancer united. The 46 Mommas took it all of the top at the 2nd annual Shave for the Brave benefiting the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Why 46? Because that’s how many kids are diagnosed each weekday with some form of cancer.

Arlington’s Danielle Leach who lost her son to brain cancer in 2007 help organize the event. Celebrity shavers Arch Campbell, Andrea Roane, John Kelly, Alison Starling, Natasha Barrett, Tommy McFly and Mary Amons came out to lend their helping hand too. Radio personalities Bob Madigan and Mike O’Meara did more than just clip the momma’s hair.. inspired by the night they shaved THEIR heads too.PR at Partners provided the stylists for the event. After they lost their locks the ladies got makeovers and bald and beautiful photos by Tim Coburn.

Shave for the Brave on NBC4

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Arch Campbell does the honors

Danielle Leach shaved for son Mason

Mary Amons at work

Shave for the Brave Approaching

On Wednesday September 21st where will you be? Can I convince you to join me and 46 brave moms at Union Station. These women will shave their heads in honor of their beautiful children battling cancer. It’s the 2nd Annual 46 Mommas Shave for the Brave and we want all the support we can get!

Celebrity shavers will be on hand to help the mommas out. They include media pals Arch Campbell, Alison Starling, Andrea Roane, Ed Henry, Tommy McFly, Natasha Barrett , Mary Amons and Flounder to name a few! Please come out and help cheer these wonderful women on. PR at Partners from Chevy Chase is bringing their talented team and photographer Tim Coburn will be doing before and after shots.

Why 46? That’s how many mothers are told each day that “your child has cancer.” The goal this year is to raise $1 Million dollars for St. Baldrick’s. We hope to see you at Union Station Sept. 21st!

46 Mommas Shave for the Brave

September 21st 5-9PM. Proceeds go to St. Baldrick’s Foundation to aid in childhood cancer research. For more information, visit ‘Shave for the Brave’,

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