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Greg Bardin, Max Wise recognized at St. Baldrick's event

Columbian, Campbellsvillian have shaved their heads for seven consecutive years, earning places on St. Baldrick's Knights of the Bald Table. Event raises funds to help fight childhood cancer.
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The 7th Annual St. Baldrick's 'Shaving for a Cure' for children's cancer research was held on Saturday, March 22, 2014, at the Powell Gymnasium at Campbellsville University. Greg Bardin of Columbia, KY, and Max Wise, KY, of Campbellsville were recognized for shaving their heads for 7 consecutive years which places them on the St Baldrick's "Knights of the Bald Table." Bardin is the grandfather of 8 year old, Blane Bardin, an AML leukemia survivor. Blane's parents are Shawn & Kasey Bardin. Wise is a Republican candidate for the KY State Senate 16th District. Wise's son, Carter, was diagnosed at 6 months of age with Stage IV Neuroblastoma children's cancer.

Those who also were recognized for being inducted to the 'Knights of the Bald Table' were Richard Robards, Jeff Richardson, Michael Johnson, George Wise & Carter Wise. Adair County High School student, Kayla Garrison was introduced at the event for her philanthropy efforts in raising money for children's cancer. Kayla participated in the event by 'knighting' those 7 men for their induction




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Kayla Garrison, with Blaine Bardin, Carter Wise



2014-03-22 - Powell Athletic Center, 203 Tiger Way, Campbellsville, KY - Photo from Campbellsville University.
Rising Above Childhood Cancer Fund - Two cancer survivors, Blaine Bardin, Columbia, KY; and Carter Wise, Campbellsville, KY, posed with Adair County's Kayla Garrison of Kayla's Rising Above Childhood Cancer Fund. This photo was taken at the St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Campbellsville University today, Saturday March 22, 2014.

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St. Baldrick's at CU, 2014



2014-03-23 - Powell Athletic Center, 203 Tiger Way, Campbellsville, KY - Photo from Max Wise. At St. Baldrick's Event 2014Seated, from left, shavees, George Wise, Max Wise, Carter Wise. Standing, barbers Zach Gilbert, Wes Bishop, Reese Shively, Matt 'Disco' Rogers, from Disco's Chop Shop, Campbellsville, KY. The St. Baldrick's Day event fundraiser to fight childhood cancer has been an annual event at Campbellsville University for the last seven years. The photo was taken Saturday, March 22, 2014. - Special to ColumbiaMagazine.com
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