Organizations throughout Long Island host annual St. Baldrick's Day events in March and April, in which people shave their heads to raise money to fight childhood cancer. These Long Island women shaved their heads to show their support for children with cancer. Send your St. Baldrick's photos to josh.stewart@newsday.com.

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Locals got their heads shaved during the Three Village Heroes at the Bench event, benefiting the St. Baldrick's Foundation, at The Bench Bar and Grill in Stony Brook on Sunday.

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Locals got their heads shaved during the Three Village Heroes at the Bench event, benefiting the St. Baldrick's Foundation, at The Bench Bar and Grill in Stony Brook on Sunday.

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LIU Post student Gabriella Espinosa, 21, of Cortland Manor, had her head shaved at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon Village on March 31 as part of a St. Baldrick's Foundation benefit.

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LIU Post student Gabriella Espinosa, 21, of Cortland Manor, had her head shaved at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon Village on March 31 as part of a St. Baldrick's Foundation benefit.

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LIU Post student Gabriella Espinosa, 21, of Cortland Manor, had her head shaved at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon Village on March 31 as part of a St. Baldrick's Foundation benefit.

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Diane Miller, 54, of Coram, gets her head shaved to raise money for childhood cancer research at the Centereach Fire Department on March 22.

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Diane Miller, 54, of Coram, with her shaved head at the Centereach Fire Department on March 22.

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Women forming the group Soul Sisters for Sophia agreed to have their heads shaved at the Centereach Fire Department St. Baldrick's Day event on March 22.

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Liann Dennis, 45, of Centereach, gets her head shaved to raise money for childhood cancer research at the Centereach Fire Department on March 22.

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Diane Miller, 54, of Coram, and Liane Dennis, 45, of Centereach, shave their heads to raise money for childhood cancer research at the Centereach Fire Department on March 22.

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Liann Dennis, 45 of Centereach, takes a selfie after shaving her head to support childhood cancer research at the Centereach Fire Department on Friday.

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Members of the Soul Sisters for Sophia team shave their heads to raise money for childhood cancer research at the Centereach Fire Department on March 22.

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The Soul Sisters for Sophia team after shaving their heads to support childhood cancer research at the Centereach Fire Department on Friday.

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The Soul Sisters for Sophia team after getting their heads shaved to support childhood cancer research at the Centereach Fire Department on March 22.

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It was a family affair for Katrina Mir, 40, of Plainview, who along with her father and son had their hair cut during the St. Baldrick's head-shaving event at H.B. Mattlin Middle School on Monday. The event is aimed at raising funding and awareness for childhood cancer research.

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It was a family affair for Kalee Toletino, 17, of Plainview, left, who along with his grandfather and Queens Village resident, Mark Blaho, 65, and mother Katrina Mir, 40, of Plainview, had their hair cut during the St. Baldrick's head-shaving event at H.B. Mattlin Middle School on Monday. The event is aimed at raising funding and awareness for childhood cancer research.

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The Jin family are no strangers to the St. Baldrick's head shaving event. This year marks 9-year-old Robert's fifth time participating in the event. To show support for her son and to celebrate his compassion for others, Robert's mother Yuna, 50, joined her son and had her head shaved. Beaming with pride, and sporting her newly shaven head, she explained, "Everybody needs to help. I am so proud of him."

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The Jin family are no strangers to the St. Baldrick's head shaving event. This year marks 9-year-old Robert's fifth time participating in the event. To show support for her son and to celebrate his compassion for others, Robert's mother Yuna, 50, joined her son and had her head shaved. Beaming with pride, and sporting her newly shaven head, she explained, "Everybody needs to help. I am so proud of him."

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The Jin family are no strangers to the St. Baldrick's head shaving event. This year marks 9-year-old Robert's fifth time participating in the event. To show support for her son and to celebrate his compassion for others, Robert's mother Yuna, 50, joined her son and had her head shaved. Beaming with pride, and sporting her newly shaven head, she explained, "Everybody needs to help. I am so proud of him."

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The Jin family are no strangers to the St. Baldrick's head shaving event. This year marks 9-year-old Robert's fifth time participating in the event. To show support for her son and to celebrate his compassion for others, Robert's mother Yuna, 50, joined her son and had her head shaved. Beaming with pride, and sporting her newly shaven head, she explained, "Everybody needs to help. I am so proud of him."

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Lois Fassino, 69, from Old Bethpage, sits patiently as a stylist buzz cuts her hair at the Howard B. Mattlin Middle School St. Baldrick's hair-shaving event. Funds raised from the event are used toward childhood cancer research.

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Lois Fassino, 69, of Old Bethpage, sits patiently as a stylist buzz cuts her hair at the Howard B. Mattlin Middle School St. Baldrick's hair shaving event. Funds raised from the event are used toward childhood cancer research.

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Meghan McVetty, 30, shows off her locks before getting her head shaved on March 1 at Commack High School.

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Meghan McVetty shows off her shaved head March 1 at the Commack St. Baldrick's event to demonstrate to her son, Caleb, who has autism, that haircuts aren't to be feared.

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A barbering student shaves "ESB," for Eastern Suffolk BOCES, into the base of Dr. Julie Davis Lutz's head during a St. Baldrick's Day event at the Barber Shop at Bixhorn Technical Center in Bellport on Wednesday, March 28, 2018.

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A barbering student shaves "ESB," for Eastern Suffolk BOCES, into the base of Dr. Julie Davis Lutz's head during a St. Baldrick's Day event at the Barber Shop at Bixhorn Technical Center in Bellport on Wednesday, March 28, 2018.

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Eastern Suffolk BOCES Superintendent David Wicks and Dr. Julie Davis Lutz, chief operating officer of the district, are all smiles after getting their heads shaved during a St. Baldrick's Day event at the Barber Shop at Bixhorn Technical Center in Bellport on Wednesday, March 28, 2018.

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Dr. Julie Davis Lutz, chief operating officer of Eastern Suffolk BOCES, gets her head shaved at a St. Baldrick's Day event at the Barber Shop at Bixhorn Technical Center in Bellport on Wednesday, March 28, 2018.

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Maria Canino, 29, from Huntington, shaves her head in support of the 10th annual St. Baldrick's Rock the Bald fundraiser at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on Sunday, March 25, 2018.

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Maria Canino, 29, from Huntington, shaves her head in support of the 10th annual St. Baldrick's Rock the Bald fundraiser at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on Sunday, March 25, 2018.

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Kathy Cataldo, 48, from West Babylon, is a cancer survivor who came out in support of the 10th annual St. Baldrick's Rock the Bald fundraiser to fund research for childhood cancer on Sunday, March 25, 2018 at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon. Cataldo, a Girl Scout and Boy Scout troop leader, participated with members of her troop.

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Kathy Cataldo, 48, from West Babylon, is a cancer survivor who came out in support of the 10th annual St. Baldrick's Rock the Bald fundraiser to fund research for childhood cancer on Sunday, March 25, 2018 at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon. Cataldo, a Girl Scout and Boy Scout troop leader, participated with members of her troop.

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Kathy Cataldo, 48, from West Babylon, is a cancer survivor who came out in support of the 10th annual St. Baldrick's Rock the Bald fundraiser to fund research for childhood cancer on Sunday, March 25, 2018 at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon. Cataldo, a Girl Scout and Boy Scout troop leader, participated with members of her troop.

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Kelly Connolly, 40, from West Babylon, gives last-minute instructions before participating in the 10th annual St. Baldrick's Rock the Bald fundraiser at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on Sunday, March 25, 2018. Connolly's instructions were simple: "Cut it all off."

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When Kelly Connolly, 40, from West Babylon was first diagnosed with lupus, she became self-conscious when she started losing her hair and was afraid of going bald. To get over her insecurity, she participated in the St. Baldrick's hair shaving event. The 10th annual St. Baldrick's Rock the Bald fundraiser at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 25, 2018, marks the third time she has shaved her head.

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When Kelly Connolly, 40, from West Babylon was first diagnosed with lupus, she became self-conscious when she started losing her hair and was afraid of going bald. To get over her insecurity, she started participating in the St. Baldrick's hair-shaving events.

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Melissa Nilsen gives a thumbs up to the crowd before shaving her head for pediatric cancer research at The Nutty Irishman in Farmingdale during the St. Baldrick's Foundation's #Shave2Save event on March 18, 2018.

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Melissa Nilsen is assessing her new do after shaving her head for pediatric cancer research at The Nutty Irishman in Farmingdale during the St. Baldrick's Foundation's #Shave2Save event on March 18, 2018.

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Meg Gabel, 17, with Principal John Ruggero, at a St. Baldrick's event at Waverly Avenue Elementary School in Holtsville on March 12.

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Meg Gabel, 17, prepared to have her head shaved at a St. Baldrick's event at Waverly Avenue Elementary School in Holtsville on March 12, 2018.

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Meg Gabel, 17, shows off her shorn braids at a St. Baldrick's event at Waverly Avenue Elementary School in Holtsville on March 12.

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Meg Gabel, 17, got her head shaved at a St. Baldrick's event at Waverly Avenue Elementary School in Holtsville on March 12. Gabel raised money for her late friend, Emma Jordon, who died of childhood cancer.

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Meg Gabel, 17, got her head shaved at a St. Baldrick's event at Waverly Avenue Elementary School in Holtsville on March 12. Gabel raised money for her late friend, Emma Jordon, who died of childhood cancer.

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Isabella Celecia, 16, got her head shaved at a St. Baldrick's event at Waverly Avenue Elementary School in Holtsville on March 12.

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Isabella Celecia, 16, livestreamed as she had her head shaved on Instagram Live at a St. Baldrick's event at Waverly Avenue Elementary School in Holtsville on March 12.

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Isabella Celecia, 16, hugged her grandfather after she got her head shaved at a St. Baldrick's event at Waverly Avenue Elementary School in Holtsville on March 12.

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Julie Celecia, with her daughter, Isabella, at a St. Baldrick's event at Waverly Avenue Elementary School in Holtsville on March 12. Multiple members of their family have had cancer, including Julie, who shaved her head at last year's event.

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Sheaugh Costello, 25, of Mastic, said she plans to donate her ponytail to a wig-making company. She shaved her head on March 3, 2018, at a St. Baldrick's event in Patchogue.

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Onlookers at Fulton's Irish Pub in Patchogue cheered on March 3, 2018, when the final strands of Sheaugh Costello's hair hit the floor.

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Sheaugh Costello, center, with her new fellow "bald friends," Sean Ruane, left, and Kevin Bruen, of Wading River, after Costello shaved her head at a St. Baldrick's event in Patchogue on March 3, 2018.

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Hairdresser Michele Pferninger of Hair Cutters & Co. in Holbrook, shaved Theresa Rieder's head at a St. Baldrick's fundraiser at St. Joseph's church in Ronkonkoma on March 4, 2018.

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Theresa Rieder hugs her sister, Chrissy McHale, after getting her head shaved at a St. Baldrick's event at St. Joseph's church in Ronkonkoma on March 4, 2018.

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Father Mike Rieder, left, with his sister, Theresa Rieder, and their nephew, Patrick McHale, at a St. Baldrick's fundraiser at St. Joseph's church in Ronkonkoma on March 4, 2018.

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Laura Hebenstreit, of Middle Island, shaved her head at a St. Baldrick's fundraiser at her parish, St. Joseph's church in Ronkonkoma, on March 4, 2018.

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Nicole Romero, 24, has her head shaved to raise money for childhood cancer research at the North Shore St. Baldrick's Day event held at Barito in Port Jefferson on Sunday, March 4, 2018.

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Nicole Romero, 24, has her head shaved to raise money for childhood cancer research at the North Shore St. Baldrick's Day event held at Barito in Port Jefferson on Sunday, March 4, 2018.

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Nicole Romero, 24, of Selden, gets her head shaved to raise money for childhood cancer research at the North Shore St. Baldrick's Day event held at Barito in Port Jefferson on Sunday, March 4, 2018.

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Karla Chichester of Medford got her head shaved during the St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 26, 2017.

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Husband and wife Jaime and Noreen Murphy, who was a crossing guard, of Williston Park, have their heads shaved at the ninth annual St. Baldrick's event hosted by the Nassau County Police Department's Third Precinct and the Village of New Hyde Park on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, in New Hyde Park.

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Victoria Fox, a student at Newfield High School, receives a haircut as part of the school's St. Baldrick's event, benefiting childhood cancer research, on Friday, March 17, 2017.

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Victoria Fox, a student at Newfield High School, has her hair cut with an electric razor during the school's St. Baldrick's event on Friday, March 17, 2017.

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Laura Patinella, a teacher at Newfield High School, prepares for her St. Baldrick's haircut on Friday, March 17, 2017.

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Kathleen Gagliardi of West Islip got her head shaved during the St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 26, 2017.

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Laura Patinella, a teacher at Newfield High School, has her head shaved as part of the school's St. Baldrick's event, benefiting childhood cancer research, on Friday, March 17, 2017.

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AnnMarie Inzalaco, a teacher at Newfield High School, receives a haircut as part of the school's St. Baldrick's event, benefiting childhood cancer research, on Friday, March 17, 2017.

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AnnMarie Inzalaco, a teacher at Newfield High School, has her head shaved as part of the school's St. Baldrick's event, benefiting childhood cancer research, on Friday, March 17, 2017.

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Brittany Ochs, a psychologist working with Newfield High School, receives a haircut as part of the school's St. Baldrick's event on Friday, March 17, 2017.

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Brittany Ochs, a psychologist working with Newfield High School, has her head shaved as part of the school's St. Baldrick's event on Friday, March 17, 2017.

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Brittany Ochs,left, a psychologist working with Newfield High School, enjoys a moment with News 12 Long Island reporter Erin Colton after having her head shaved as part of the school's St. Baldrick's event on Friday, March 17, 2017.

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Kelley Connolly got her head shaved at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon to benefit the St. Baldrick's Foundation on March 26, 2017.

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Kelley Connolly said goodbye to her brown locks at the event to benefit the St. Baldrick's Foundation at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 26, 2017.

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Kelley Connolly and her son, Brian, show off their new matching haircuts at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon during the St. Baldrick's Foundation event on March 26, 2017.

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Karla Chichester of Medford got her head shaved during the St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 26, 2017.

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Karla Chichester of Medford got her head shaved for the St. Baldrick's Foundation at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 26, 2017.

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Jessica Montalbano of Miller Place got her head shaved for the St. Baldrick's Foundation at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 26, 2017.

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Jessica Montalbano of Miller Place got her head shaved for the St. Baldrick's Foundation at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 26, 2017.

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Julianna Rodriguez of Brentwood said goodbye to her thick, curly hair at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon during the St. Baldrick's Foundation event on March 26, 2017.

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Julianna Rodriguez got her head shaved to benefit the St. Baldrick's Foundation at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 26, 2017.

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Julianna Rodriguez of Brentwood said goodbye to her thick, curly hair at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon during the St. Baldrick's Foundation event on March 26, 2017.

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Julianna Rodriguez was all smiles throughout the process of having her brown, curly locks shaved on March 26, 2017 at the St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Lily Flanigan's Pub in Babylon. The stylist who shaved Rodriguez's hair, Alexa Scopo from Village Vanity in Babylon, said she will be offering free haircuts for all the women who got their heads shaved at the St. Baldrick's event because she knows it can be difficult to manage the hair once it starts growing back in.

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Brentwood's Julianna Rodriguez was all smiles throughout the process of getting her head shaved at the St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 26, 2017. The stylist who shaved Rodriguez's hair, Alexa Scopo from Village Vanity in Babylon, said she will be offering free haircuts for all the women who shaved their heads for St. Baldrick's Sunday because she knows it can be difficult to manage the hair once it starts growing back in.

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Kathleen Gagliardi of West Islip got her head shaved for the St. Baldrick's Foundation for the first time on March 26, 2017, at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon.

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Kathleen Gagliardi's daughter, Georgia, stepped up to shave a bit of her mom's hair during the St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 26, 2017.

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West Islip's Kathleen Gagliardi was beaming while her hair was shaved at the St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon, even singing along to "Semi-Charmed Life" by Third Eye Blind as her locks fell to the floor.

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West Islip's Kathleen Gagliardi got her head shaved for the first time and raised more than $11,000 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, making her the top donor at Lily Flanagan's St. Baldrick's event in Babylon on March 26, 2017.

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Kathleen Gagliardi hugs Alexa Scopo, who shaved her head at the St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon on March 26, 2017.

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Kathleen Gagliardi, second from right, husband Gary and twin daughters Samantha and Georgia hang out at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon after she got her head shaved for St. Baldrick's on March 26, 2017. Gagliardi's daughters broadcast the event on Facebook Live.

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Donna Marketta Borden, who has been participating in this event for 15 consecutive years, gets the first haricut of the day March 11, 2017, during a St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Napper Tandy's in Northport to raise funds for research on childhood cancers.

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Donna Marketta Borden, who has been participating in this event for 15 consecutive years, gets the first haricut of the day on March 11, 2017, during a St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Napper Tandy's in Northport to raise funds for research on childhood cancers.

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Olivia Smith, 18, a senior at Commack High School, prepares to get her head shaved at a St. Baldrick's Foundation event at the school on March 3, 2017. It's her third time getting her head shaved for St. Baldrick's.

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Commack High School senior Olivia Smith, 18, gets her head shaved during a St. Baldrick's Foundation event at the school on March 3, 2017.

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After getting her head shaved at Commack High School's St. Baldrick's Foundation event on March 3, 2017, senior Olivia Smith, 18, said, "My head is cold!" She later added, "Not having my hair past my ears feels good."

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Computer graphics teacher Cora Sparwasser gets her head shaved by James Ricciardo during the annual St. Baldrick's Give Hair-Get Hair event at the Career Center at Suffolk BOCES, Friday, March 3, 2017. Students in Eastern Suffolk BOCES barbering and cosmetology programs joined forces to shave heads and provide St. Patrick's Day-inspired services to raise funds in the fight against childhood cancer.

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Computer graphics teacher Cora Sparwasser gets her head shaved by James Ricciardo during the annual St. Baldrick's Give Hair-Get Hair event at the Career Center at Suffolk BOCES, Friday, March 3, 2017.

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Jamarie Alba, 30, of Deer Park, gets her hair cut off for St. Baldrick's Day at Commack High School, March 3, 2017.

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Jamarie Alba, 30, of Deer Park, holds up the hair she had hair cut off on March 3, 2017, during a St. Baldrick's Day observance at Commack High Schoo.

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April White donated more than 25 inches of hair in 2016 after raising more than $15,000 at a St. Baldrick's event in Northport. White has had her head shaved three times in honor of her cousin, Kristy Lyn Haley, who died of melanoma at the age of 21 in 2000.

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Donna Marketta Borden shows off her shaved head from the 2016 St. Baldrick's Foundation event in Northport. Her shearing at the 2017 event at Napper Tandy's Irish Pub in Northport was her 15th for the cause.

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Donna Marketta Borden, right, gets her head shaved in 2016 at the annual St. Baldrick's Foundation event in Northport, with her cousin Michael Marrone on the left and her friend Jen Gross in the middle.

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Kara Wissing, 23, of Sayville, reacts as a barber begins to shave all her locks at the St. Baldrick's Foundation fundraiser at The Nutty Irishman in Bay Shore on Sunday, March 1, 2015.

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Sayville's Kara Wissing, 23, who raised roughly $6,000 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, gets her head fully shaved at the Nutty Irishman in Bay Shore on Sunday, March 1, 2015.

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Kara Wissing, 23, of Sayville gets her head fully shaved at the Nutty Irishman in Bay Shore on Sunday, March 1, 2015, after raising about $6,000 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation.

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Jess O'Sullivan, 29, of Bay Shore, gets her head shaved in honor of friends and family who have lost a child to pediatric cancer at the St. Baldrick's Foundation event in Bay Shore on Sunday, March 1, 2015.

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Jess O'Sullivan, 29, of Bay Shore, smiles as she says goodbye to her hair at the St. Baldrick's Foundation event at The Nutty Irishman in her hometown on Sunday, March 1, 2015.

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Jackie Smith, 20, of Bay Shore, gets her head partially shaved at the St. Baldrick's Foundation fundraiser at The Nutty Irishman in her hometown on Sunday, March 1, 2015.

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A barber begins shaving Loulou Katz's head on Wednesday, March 11, 2015, as the 21-year-old Hofstra University student honors the memory of her cousin, Toto Reffert, who died of leukemia in 2004, during a St. Baldrick's Foundation fundraiser at the Hempstead school.

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Hofstra University junior Loulou Katz, 21, of Manhattan, has her head shaved at the university's St. Baldrick's Foundation fundraiser on Wednesday, March 11, 2015.

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Madison Adelman, 11, had her head shaved in support of children afflicted with cancer during Commack School District’s St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event at Commack High School on March 6, 2015.

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Carmela Dellina, 54, of Glen Cove, has her head shaved during the St. Baldrick's event at The Downtown Cafe in Glen Cove on Sunday, March 20, 2016.

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Carmela Dellina, 54, of Glen Cove, has her head shaved during the St. Baldrick's event at The Downtown Cafe in Glen Cove on Sunday, March 20, 2016.

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Anita Accardo gets her head shaved by Bett Travers at Napper Tandy's in Northport. Accardo has gotten her head shaved every year for the past six years in honor of her daughter, Jen Accardo, who died of pediatric cancer at the age of 20.

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Cancer survivor Karen Melito, of Westbury, shaves her head as a show of solidarity for kids battling cancer at a St. Baldrick's event in New Hyde Park. (April 2, 2013)

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After watching his mother, Karen Melito, a cancer survivor, shave her head for St. Baldrick's, Joe Melito, 23, of Westbury, kisses her bald head. (April 2, 2013)

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Barbers finish shaving Commack High School teacher Jennifer Siebert's head during a St. Baldrick's Foundation fundraiser at the school on March 18, 2011. She agreed to have her head shaved in honor of a student at the school who was diagnosed with cancer.

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Alyssa Merranie and Carolyn Brady initially just attended the St. Baldrick's event at Jackie Reilly's Restaurant with volunteers from Alter Ego Hair Salon in Syosset. But after the crowd raised more than $1,000, the pair decided to get their heads shaved to help fight against childhood cancers.

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Tori Youngclaus, 10, was the only girl to have her head shaved at a St. Baldrick's Foundation fundraiser at Trinity Restaurant & Bar in Floral Park on March 31, 2012. The event was in memory of Aiden Binkley, and many of the participants were children that knew Aiden from school or community sports teams.

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Tori Youngclaus, 10, posing here with her family, was the only girl to have her head shaved at a St. Baldrick's Foundation fundraiser at Trinity Restaurant & Bar in Floral Park on March 31, 2012. The event was in memory of Aiden Binkley, and many of the participants were children that knew Aiden from school or community sports teams.

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Bridget McHale, 18, had her hair cut by Gina Ribabdo during a St. Baldrick's event at Walt Whitman High School in Huntington Station on Wednesday, March 18, 2015.

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Gina Barbara, 35, of Wantagh, was one of only two female students who completely shaved their heads at Hofstra University's seventh annual St. Baldrick's Foundation fundraiser event in Hempstead on Wednesday, March 11, 2015.

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Town of Huntington Councilwoman Tracey Edwards proudly wears her shaved head at the St. Baldrick's Foundation event held at Commack High School on March 4, 2016. #NDStPats

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Ellen Lessman of Plainview, sitting beside her son, Alex, 13, has her head partially shaved in solidarity with her two sons who lost childhood friends to cancer. In its fourth year, the Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District's annual St. Baldrick's Event, held Monday, March 14, 2016, raises funds for childhood cancer research.

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Ellen Lessman of Plainview has her head partially shaved in solidarity of her two sons who lost childhood friends to cancer at Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District's annual St. Baldrick's Day event on Monday, March 14, 2016.

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Melissa Cruz, 23, of Sea Cliff, sits for her first head shave during the St. Baldrick's event at The Downtown Cafe in Glen Cove on Sunday, March 20, 2016.

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Melissa Cruz, 23, of Sea Cliff, holds her cutoff ponytail during the St. Baldrick's event at The Downtown Cafe in Glen Cove on Sunday, March 20, 2016.

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Nicole Bansen, 20, of Lindenhurst, raised $2,350 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation and also donated nearly 16 inches of her own hair and shaved the rest during a fundraising event at Stony Brook University on April 3, 2013. With cameras and her close friends surrounding her, the SBU junior smiled as she got her head shaved.

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Junior Nicole Bansen, 20, of Lindenhurst, raised $2,350 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, also donating nearly 16 inches of her own hair and shaving the rest during a fundraising event at Stony Brook University. With cameras and her close friends surrounding her, she smiled as she got shaved. (April 3, 2013)

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Stony Brook University student Nicole Bansen, of Lindenhurst, raised $2,350 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, also donating nearly 16 inches of her own hair and shaving the rest during a fundraising event at the school on April 3, 2013.

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Rachel Kantor, a senior at Commack High School, has her head shaved as part of a St. Baldrick's Day event at the school to raise money in the fight against childhood cancer. She raised $700 in donations, and also donated all of her hair to Locks of Love, which processes hair for wigs for those in cancer treatment. (March 15, 2013)

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Rachel Kantor, a senior at Commack High School, has her head shaved as part of a St. Baldrick's Day event at the school to raise money in the fight against childhood cancer. She raised $700 in donations, and also donated all of her hair to Locks of Love, a group that creates wigs for cancer patients who have lost hair. (March 15, 2013)

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Inae Rurup, left, who had her head shaved by Vincent Licata, holds hands with Gabriella Munoz, who had her head shaved by Arianna Lombardo, during the sixth annual St. Baldrick's event at Hofstra University in Hempstead on Wednesday, March 12, 2014.

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Inae Rurup gets her head shaved by Vincent Licata at Hofstra University, on Wednesday, March 12, 2014, in Hempstead, as part of the sixth-annual St. Baldrick's Day Event for children's cancer.

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Marina Gulizio holds the lock of hair that was shaved from her head as part of a St. Baldrick's fundraiser. Gulizio is a cosmetology student at the Edward J. Milliken Technical Center in Oakdale, where the fundraiser was held on March 7, 2014.

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Amanda Giattino raised $450 for St. Baldrick's and had her head completely shaved at the Gary D. Bixhorn Technical Center in Bellport on March 6, 2014. Giattino is an art, design and visual communications student at the BTC, which is part of the Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology.

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