St. Baldrick's Foundation Head-Shaving Party
The annual fundraiser for helping support research and conquer childhood cancer is under way. As part of the annual tradition with St. Baldrick's, a gala head-shaving party to benefit the Foundation will be hosted at McMullan's Irish Pub, who has served as the headquarters for the event for the past four years.
An estimated 300 volunteers are set to have their heads shaved this year. Masters of ceremonies helping facilitate the event’s activities include TV personality and celebrity journalist Robin Leach, TV newsmen Nate Tannenbaum, weathermen Kevin Janison of KSNV and Darren Miller of KLAS, TV news personalities Gerard Ramalho of KSNV and Elizabeth Watts of KVVU among others. Extensive radio remotes will originate on local CBS-owned FM and AM stations and the event will be streamed to computers around the world.
When: Saturday, March 5, 2011
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Where: McMullan's Irish Pub, 4650 W. Tropicana Avenue, Suite 111, Las Vegas
Age limit: All ages
Event posted March 1, 2011
Last updated March 1, 2011
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