Jack McGoldrick, 11, gets his head shaved by Joe Dinovo of Joe's Barber Shop during the annual St. Baldrick's Day fundraiser held Saturday at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. The event benefits childhood cancer research and was held in the memory of Hilton Head Island youth Henry Cermak, who died of brain cancer in 2008.
Jack McGoldrick, 11, gets his head shaved by Joe Dinovo of Joe's Barber Shop during the annual St. Baldrick's Day fundraiser held Saturday at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. The event benefits childhood cancer research and was held in the memory of Hilton Head Island youth Henry Cermak, who died of brain cancer in 2008. Jay Karr, staff photo
Jack McGoldrick, 11, gets his head shaved by Joe Dinovo of Joe's Barber Shop during the annual St. Baldrick's Day fundraiser held Saturday at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. The event benefits childhood cancer research and was held in the memory of Hilton Head Island youth Henry Cermak, who died of brain cancer in 2008. Jay Karr, staff photo

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