Marquette Catholic High School is participating in its fifth annual St. Baldrick's event on Friday February 5th. For the past four years students at Marquette have shown their solidarity with those who are fighting cancer by shaving their heads. Their goal is to help raise money for children's cancer research.

Teacher at Marquette and faculty advisor for the event Beth Decourcey tells The Big Z how this event got its start.

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21 students are participating this year. The event is open to the public and any and all are encouraged to come. The event will take place in the Marquette High School gymnasium at 1pm. If you can't make it to the event you can still donate online by visiting .

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