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Buzz Off! Cancer 3-D to be Held Dec. 1 at Crooked Hammock in Lewes

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LEWES, Del. - Buzz Off! Cancer 3-D will be held Dec. 1 at the Crooked Hammock Brewery in Lewes. The fundraising event extends the No Shave November movement. People who have been growing out hair all month have the opportunity to shave it off for another cause.

A DJ, 50/50 raffle, and shaving stations will be set up on Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. The Crooked Hammock will have drink specials that benefit the cause and the restaurant will donate 10% of sales. 

Morgan Shank spearheaded the event three years ago. This is the second time it will be held at the Crooked Hammock. Orion Cameron, who owns Grandpa Mac, is joining the cause. Both men have plans to have their own hair buzzed off. Shank has been growing his beard for three years. Cameron has been growing out his dreadlocks for fifteen years. 

"I have acquired the services of many different master stylists and barbers in the area that are going to come and style my beard and hair before it gets buzzed off," says Shank.

"I'm letting the public come and cut each one of my dreads off one-by-one," says Cameron. "It will be another way to raise some money."

People will donate a minimum of $5 to cut one of Cameron's dreadlocks. One 50/50 raffle involves guessing how many dreads are on his head. The closest guess wins half of the raffle. The other 50% will go to charity. 

Both men have lost family members to cancer. Shank has been fundraising for men's health all month long through a Movember page

Money raised on Dec. 1 will be donated to local charities, including Beebe Healthcare's Tunnell Cancer Center Special Needs Fund. 

 

 

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