PITTSBURGH - More than 50 people supported childhood cancer research by volunteering to go bald during Pittsburgh’s St. Patrick’s Day parade Saturday.
The group took part in a head-shaving event organized by the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
The event was held during the parade Saturday at the Claddagh Irish Pub on the South Side.
The signature event raises money and awareness for childhood cancer research.
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