Buchanan High School 10th grader Sarah McShea, right, gets a hug from Valley Children’s Hospital’s giraffe George after having her head shaved during a 2013 event to raise money for childhood cancer research by the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
Buchanan High School 10th grader Sarah McShea, right, gets a hug from Valley Children’s Hospital’s giraffe George after having her head shaved during a 2013 event to raise money for childhood cancer research by the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Buchanan High School 10th grader Sarah McShea, right, gets a hug from Valley Children’s Hospital’s giraffe George after having her head shaved during a 2013 event to raise money for childhood cancer research by the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee Staff Photo

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