She’ll shave hair off at goal of $10,000

For the first time, a Relay for Life chair is pledging to lose her locks if she raises her goal amount of money.

Kory Tanner

For the first time, a Relay for Life chair is pledging to lose her locks if she raises her goal amount of money.

Kory Tanner, this year’s chair for the Terrace Relay for Life, wants to raise $10,000 and will shave her head if she reaches that goal.

Her hairdresser assures her that it’ll look good on her, she says.

She also wants to donate her hair.

Anyone who’d like to see her bald can make a pledge before relay day May 10 to her name on the Terrace Relay for Life website or by looking for her on her team Dream Catchers.

As of April 11, her fundraising had been to the tune of about $1,000.

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