Macopin chips in to support St. Baldrick's

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For the third year, Marc Citro, Macopin Middle School assistant principal, spearheaded a fund drive at the school to support the St. Baldrick’s charity event held at the Macopin Fire Department. Macopin Middle School staff volunteered to shave their heads if the goal of $700 was met. Macopin exceeded the goal, raising $1,200. And so, staff members and even a student shaved their heads at the event. Pictured here are, from left, Ken Ryerson, student Dan Glueck, Christian Conway, Rich Dygos, Robert Callamari, Marc Citro, Gregg Vetter and Mark Nowacki.

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