Break out the buzzers: St. Baldrick’s hits Bayport bar

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BAYPORT -

Hair today, gone tomorrow.

The buzzing of clippers was hard to hear Saturday over the sound of the crowd at Momo's Too Sports Bar & Grill during its third annual St. Baldrick’s event.

Participants went bald to support children with cancer while raising money to help find a cure.

"A lot of people say there's bad in the world, there's good in the world too. There's some good people out there," says Rich Comunale, of Momo’s Too Sports Bar & Grill.

People pledged money to each person getting their hair buzzed and some businesses also came to raise donations.

"It's just hair. I did my eyebrows too for an extra 20 bucks," said Chris Baldy, of Holtsville.

The event surpassed its goal of raising $20,000.

 

 

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