Organizations throughout Long Island host annual St. Baldrick's Day events, during which people shave their heads to raise money to fight childhood cancers. Take a look at some of Long Island's 2019 St. Baldrick's haircuts and send your St. Baldrick's Day photos to josh.stewart@newsday.com.

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Students and faculty get their heads shaved to support childhood cancer research during Sachem High School East's annual St. Baldrick's Day event on April 5.

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Students and faculty get their heads shaved to support childhood cancer research during Sachem High School East's annual St. Baldrick's Day event on April 5.

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Bradley Altman, an 11th grader at Sachem High School East, gets his head shaved to support childhood cancer research during the school's annual St. Baldrick's Day event on April 5.

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Bradley Altman, an 11th grader at Sachem High School East, gets his head shaved to support childhood cancer research during the school's annual St. Baldrick's Day event on April 5.

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

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

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

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

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Chris Huber, 25, of Bay Shore, sips on a Guinness while taking part in a St. Baldrick's benefit event at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon Village on March 31, 2019.

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Friends and family gather at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon Village on March 31, 2019 to take part in a St. Baldrick's benefit event.

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Friends and family gather at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon Village on Sunday, March 31, 2019 to take part in a St. Baldrick's benefit event.

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LIU Post student Gabriella Espinosa, 21, from Cortlandt Manor gets her head shaved at Lily Flanagan's Pub in Babylon Village on March 31, 2019 as part of a St. Baldrick's benefit event.

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The St. Baldrick's Foundation event in Farmingdale gets under way on March 24 at The Nutty Irishman.

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The St. Baldrick's Foundation event in Farmingdale gets under way on March 24 at The Nutty Irishman.

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The St. Baldrick's Foundation event in Farmingdale gets under way on March 24 at The Nutty Irishman.

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The St. Baldrick's Foundation event in Farmingdale gets under way on March 24 at The Nutty Irishman.

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People sit patiently outside the Downtown Cafe in Glen Cove on March 17 to have their heads shaved. Money raised during the St. Baldrick's Day Foundation event raised money for the fight against childhood cancer.

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People get their heads shaved in Glen Cove on March 17 during the St. Baldrick's Day Foundation event for the fight against childhood cancer.

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Cheer and fanfare passed through the streets during the 31st annual Glen Cove St. Patrick's Day parade, while folks sat patiently outside Downtown Cafe to have their heads shaved to raise.money for the St. Baldrick's Foundation - a mission to raise awareness and fund research for childhood cancer, Sunday, March 17, 2019.

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Cheer and fanfare passed through the streets during the 31st annual Glen Cove St. Patrick's Day parade Sunday, March 17, 2019, while folks sat patiently outside Downtown Cafe to have their heads shaved. Money raised during the event helps further the efforts of the St. Baldrick's Foundation ,- a mission to raise awareness and fund research for childhood cancer.

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Although Alec Josen, 11, from Plainview, raised money for the St. Baldrick's Foundation in the past, this year marks his first year participating in the head-shaving event at Howard B. Mattlin Middle School in Plainview on March 11.

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Although Alec Josen, 11, from Plainview, raised money for the St. Baldrick's Foundation in the past, this year marks his first year participating in the head-shaving event at Howard B. Mattlin Middle School in Plainview on March 11.

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Although Alec Josen, 11, from Plainview, has raised money for St. Baldrick's childhood cancer research in the past, this year marks his first year participating in the head shaving event at Howard B. Mattlin Middle School in Plainview on March 11.

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Aadi Mehta, 12, is not a novice at having his head shaved. The Plainview resident has had it done three times before in support of St. Baldrick's. This event, held at Mattlin Middle School in Plainview on March 11, helped raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer research.

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Roy Steinhilber, 56, of Greenlawn, shows off his moustache and beard the morning before he got shaved at the St. Baldrick's head-shaving event at Howard B. Mattlin Middle School in Plainview on March 11.

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Roy Steinhilber, 56, of Greenlawn gets his mustache and beard shaved at the St. Baldrick's head-shaving event at Howard B. Mattlin Middle School in Plainview on March 11. While traveling through Tennessee on a business trip in the late 1980s, Steinhilber made a special stop at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the visit made a lasting impression

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Dylan Rose, 10, gets a show of support from cousin Jordana Cohen, 7, and sister Skylar, 7, at the St. Baldrick's head-shaving event at the Howard B. Mattlin Middle School in Plainview on March 11. After learning that his cousin and best friend Austin was diagnosed with cancer, Dylan raised more than $21,000 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation. He ranks 17 nationwide of the top 20 fund-raising participants.

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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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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 St. Baldrick's Foundation event in Northport was held March 9 at Napper Tandy's Irish Pub.

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The St. Baldrick's Foundation event in Northport was held March 9, at Napper Tandy's Irish Pub.

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The St. Baldrick's Foundation event in Northport was held March 9, at Napper Tandy's Irish Pub.

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Song Yun, a second-year medical student, mugs for the camera as his head is shaved by Jenna Vent.

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Song Yun, 24, left, Juana Vargas, 24, and Juan Andre Mauri, 27, are all smiles before getting their hair cut at the St. Baldrick's event at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra University.

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Nicole Quattrocchi, 25, was the No. 1 fundraiser with more than $7,300 during a St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Hofstra's Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine on Wednesday.

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Nicole Quattrocchi, 25, was the No. 1 fundraiser with more than $7,300 during a St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Hofstra's Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine on Wednesday.

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Song Yun, 24, a medical student from Hempstead, had his hair cut by HX Salon worker Jenna Vent during a St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Hofstra's Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine on Wednesday.

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Song Yun, 24, a medical student from Hempstead, had his hair cut by HX Salon worker Jenna Vent during a St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Hofstra's Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine on Wednesday.

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Juana Vargas, 24, a second-year medical student from Hempstead, participated in a St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Hofstra's Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine on Wednesday.

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Juan Andre Mauri, 27, a second-year medical student from North Bellmore, participated in a St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Hofstra's Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine on Wednesday.

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Juan Andre Mauri, 27, a second-year medical student from North Bellmore, holds his hair while participating in a St. Baldrick's Foundation event at Hofstra's Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine on Wednesday.

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