Oswego Twins, Dad Going Bald for Children's Cancer Research
Thompson Jr. High sisters and their dad will be shaving their heads for the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
That's what 13-year-old twin sisters Isabelle, Elise and dad Jason Thalman believe.
The two Thompson Jr. High students are teaming up with their dad to benefit the St. Baldrick's Foundation head-shaving event that supports children's cancer research.
On March 14, a day before the girl's 14th birthday, the trio will shave their heads (and Elise will donate 20" of hair) under their team name #baldisfierce.
"Elise and I each have a goal of $1,400 because we are turning 14!" said Isabelle. Their dad's goal is $2,000.
The team will be collecting donations throughout Thompson Jr. High School and have hopes to also collect in downtown Oswego.
Donations to the cause can also be made directly on their St. Baldrick's team page.