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Adair Band Mom to shave head for St. Baldricks

Tammy Coomer writes:
Tammy Coomer has volunteered to join thousands of men, women, and children in shaving their heads to raise money to cure childhood cancer. "I have known about this for a couple of years, but seeing some local Columbians join in on this great cause last year motivated me to participate this year." I have set my goal at raising $1200 by March 24, 2011. If anyone would like to make a donation you can send it to Tammy Coomer, 3164 Edmonton Road Columbia, KY 42728. Please make checks payable to St. Baldricks Foundation. Thank You. - Tammy Coomer
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