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The cancer awareness Pink Fire Trucks are coming to Bend again this year. They will be in town June 3rd at Murray and Holt Motors, and this year, there will be a fundraising challenge that has peaked interest. City Council Member Jodie Barram is throwing down the gauntlet: "In February, my mom passed away from breast cancer. And so this is the perfect opportunity for me to step up.  The least I can do is give the 13" of my hair,hopefully, if we raise up to $5000, I will publicly shave my head. I will be donating my hair to locks of love." Barram says last year, a Bend firefighter shaved her head for the cause.  She also saw Portland Mayor Sam Adams do the same for childhood cancer. So she's willing to sacrifice her hair. If you would like to donate, you can contact Jodie Barram at City Hall or send your check to: Sara’ Project, c/o Jodie Barram P.O. Box 1833, Bend, OR 97709 or Linda Robson, the organizer of the pink fire truck event, at the Robson Insurance Agency 541-382-9111.   

 

 

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