Stanislaus County sheriffs deputy Dennis Wallace, the DARE officer for Hart-Ransom School, shows off the results of his successful challenge to the students in 2004. With the program facing a funding crisis, Wallace bet the students that if they could raise at least $30,000 selling cookie dough he would shave his head. The kids came up with $32,000 and Wallace kept his promise. Wallace was killed while on duty near Hughson on Sunday.
Stanislaus County sheriffs deputy Dennis Wallace, the DARE officer for Hart-Ransom School, shows off the results of his successful challenge to the students in 2004. With the program facing a funding crisis, Wallace bet the students that if they could raise at least $30,000 selling cookie dough he would shave his head. The kids came up with $32,000 and Wallace kept his promise. Wallace was killed while on duty near Hughson on Sunday. File The Modesto Bee
Stanislaus County sheriffs deputy Dennis Wallace, the DARE officer for Hart-Ransom School, shows off the results of his successful challenge to the students in 2004. With the program facing a funding crisis, Wallace bet the students that if they could raise at least $30,000 selling cookie dough he would shave his head. The kids came up with $32,000 and Wallace kept his promise. Wallace was killed while on duty near Hughson on Sunday. File The Modesto Bee

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