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Friday, February 16, 2018 - 2:50pm

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. 

Friday, February 9, 2018 - 5:06pm

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. Many of the students have personal connections to cancer, whether it has affected friends or family members, and others did it because they recognize the importance of cancer research and want to help all those affected by the disease. 

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 10:18am

The Park School of Buffalo went Bald For Bucks this past week and raised over $10,000 for Roswell Park! Just before their event, six students and two of their teachers went to Kiss 98.5 to hangout with DJ Anthony and talk about their event. They had students from 2nd grade all the way up through 10th grade participating in the event which goes to show, Bald For Bucks is an event for all! Last year they raised over $6,000 and this year they blew that total out of the water!

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 9:54am

The Amherst Middle Tigers are gearing up to go Bald For Bucks again this year! In preparation for their event on June 1, ten students and their teachers went to the Kiss 98.5 studio to record some radio lines about why they're excited to go bald and what it means to them. Many of the students have been affected by cancer in some way, whether it's a parent, friend or family member - they have all seen someone close to them battle this disease.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 - 2:38pm

You don't have to shave your whole head in order to participate in Bald For Bucks! Five girls from Casey Middle School came to the Kiss 98.5 studio last week to record some lines with DJ Anthony about what it's been like preparing for their event which is coming up on May 26. They've already raised over $7,000! These girls aren't the only students from Casey Middle who are participating in the event and they really demonstrated why it is so important to their entire community.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 9:14am

Frontier Middle School stepped up to the microphone last week with DJ Anthony for the Kiss 10 at 10 on Kiss 98.5. The students, teachers and parents toured the studio as they prepared to get amped up for their Bald For Bucks event which took place on Friday, April 28. Before the event took place, they had already raised over $10,000! The students thanked their donors and gave shoutouts to some of their family members and friends. Many of the students have family or friends who have been affected by cancer so it's easy to see why the school is so dedicated to this cause. 

Thursday, April 13, 2017 - 1:58pm

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. Last year he went Bald For Bucks at Transit Middle School and was the top fundraiser, raising almost $6,000! Although many would find that to be quite the accomplishment, Lewis was not done there. He still felt as though he could do more.

Friday, April 7, 2017 - 11:21am

Students from Nichols went to the Kiss 98.5 studio this past Wednesday, April 5, along with students from the Yroswell Street Team to record some lines with DJ Anthony and get a tour. They were able to meet different radio personalities and see where the Kiss 98.5 DJs work when they're on the air! After their tour they sat down with DJ Anthony to record their own lines about by they decided to go Bald For Bucks. The top fundraiser, Sal Deni, raised a whopping $4,205!

Thursday, March 23, 2017 - 5:08pm

The Lake Shore community has done it again! More than 75 people came together to support Bald For Bucks and raise money for Roswell Park for the 16th year in a row. Their event took place on Friday, March 10 and they raised a total of $25,500! Lake Shore was the founding school of Bald for Bucks and they began the event in 2002. The founder, Tony George, started Bald for Bucks to support his sister, Kathy, who was battling cancer. Mr. George and four of the students who went Bald this March visited Kiss 98.5 on Wednesday, March 22, to hang out with DJ Anthony and tour the studio.

Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 3:30pm

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! The school has one of the longest running records of Goin' Bald For Bucks--this will be their 15th year. They have raised over $4,000 so far! During their visit with DJ Anthony, the students were able to share why they are so passionate about raising money for this cause.