Apex High School teacher Melanye Harden, a cancer survivor, gets her head shaved at the school’s St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser Friday. Harden raised more than $2,700 to fight childhood cancer.
Apex High School teacher Melanye Harden, a cancer survivor, gets her head shaved at the school’s St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser Friday. Harden raised more than $2,700 to fight childhood cancer. aramos@newsobserver.com
Apex High School teacher Melanye Harden, a cancer survivor, gets her head shaved at the school’s St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser Friday. Harden raised more than $2,700 to fight childhood cancer. aramos@newsobserver.com

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