Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Now, about those grades!
Publication:
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 26 Apr 2006, p. 1


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Grade 8 Ecole Sacre-Coeur teacher Maryse MalletSinnis decided to do her part for cancer research by challenging students and staff to raise $1,500 recently and in turn she would have her head shaved in a show of support for a friend stricken with the disease. Grade 8 student Benjamin Seguin was more than pleased to volunteer his services with a clipper. The money was passed on to a couple of Georgetown women who are raising funds for the Weekend to End Breast Cancer in September, a 60-km walk to support Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto. Local residents Kim Auty (left) and Esther Kramer must raise $2,000 each in order to participate in the walk, which generated $14 million last year. Mallet-Sinnis said she was inspired to have her head shaved because her friend, Natalie Buttle, is battling cancer and has lost her hair due to chemotherapy treatments. For more information on the walk, visit the website www.endcancer.ca.


Creator:
Maher, Eamonn
Media Type:
Newspaper
Item Types:
Articles
Clippings
Photographs
Date of Publication:
26 Apr 2006
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Mallet-Sinnis, Maryse ; Buttle, Natalie ; Seguin, Benjamin
Corporate Name(s):
Ecole Sacre-Coeur ; Princess Margaret Hospital
Local identifier:
Halton.News.204870
Language of Item:
English
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Now, about those grades!