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Students from Olmsted School 156 visted the Kiss 98.5 studio on Wednesday after Goin' Bald For Bucks last week for the first time in school history! They toured the studio, hung out with DJ Anthony and recorded lines about their event for the Kiss 10 at 10. They chose to go Bald to rally behind two of their students who were diagnosed with cancer. Many of the students also have family members who have been affected by cancer which made this cause very special to them. 

The 79th Street School from Niagara Falls went Bald for Bucks today, Friday, February 9 for the fourth year in a row! Students and teachers all joined the cause to go Bald for those they love.

The Park School of Buffalo went Bald For Bucks this past week and raised over $10,000 for Roswell Park!

The Amherst Middle Tigers are gearing up to go Bald For Bucks again this year!

You don't have to shave your whole head in order to participate in Bald For Bucks!

Frontier Middle School stepped up to the microphone last week with DJ Anthony for the Kiss 10 at 10 on Kiss 98.5.

Inspired by his grandmother, Ellie, a cancer survivor, Lewis Shaevel decided he wanted to make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer.

Students, teachers and parents from North Collins toured the Kiss 98.5 Studio last night to gear up for their Bald For Bucks event which took place today, March 2. The founder of Bald For Bucks, Tony George, is a North Collins alumnus himself!