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Brightly dyed hair, haircuts, head shaves and, maybe even a vice-principal kissing a pig are in the works for Valley View Elementary School.
Fundraising events continue in the Comox Valley as the annual Tour de Rock ride nears.
This year's Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock stop in the Comox Valley brought smiles to supporters big and small.
Gabriel Callicum smiled and looked around the crowd of cheering students inside the gym at École Robb Road Wednesday afternoon.
At least four significant public events have been scheduled while Tour de Rock riders are in the Comox Valley this Wednesday and Thursday.
Cancer survivor Kymme Patrick shaves the head of Keith Foraie at the recent Dance de Rock fundraiser.
The Friendly Port Seniors of Union Bay are raising funds Saturday for the Tour de Rock.
Organizers Keith and Holly Foraie estimate their annual Dance De Rock fundraiser in Courtenay collected $7,000.
Cpl. David Thompson saw cancer's "six degrees of separation" and decided to do something about it.
It can be said that most of us, if not all of us have been affected by cancer in one way or another.
Members and staff of Comox District Co-op managed to raise more than $1,000 for Cops for Cancer’s Tour de Rock recently.
No matter age or experience, it's almost time to dig out the dancing shoes for a weekend of swing, two step, cha cha and more.