From the work site to the barber’s chair

From the construction site to the barber's chair

From the construction site to the barber's chair

Early this afternoon, the workers at the Dry Fork Station construction site took a quick break. They sat down, got covered up with a cape, and had all their hair shaved off.

About 55 or so volunteers participated in that St. Baldrick’s event in Gillette, Wyoming. Here are some photos.

A packed room for the event

A packed room for the event


Joel Dingman, operations superintendent, Dry Fork Station

Joel Dingman, operations superintendent, Dry Fork Station


Getting their heads shaved for childhood cancer research

Getting their heads shaved for childhood cancer research

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