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Anita Frey, fifth-grade teacher at Gussner Elementary School in Jamestown, helps Brannen Kahler, kindergarten student, shave Friday the hair of Michael Romans, teacher at the school during a special presentation. Students collected more than $2,300 for Crystel Miller who is the school cook and was recently diagnosed with cancer. Romans agreed if students collected more than $2,000 then he would have his head shaved. John M. Steiner / The Sun

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Anita Frey, fifth-grade teacher at Gussner Elementary School in Jamestown, helps Brannen Kahler, kindergarten student, shave Friday the hair of Michael Romans, teacher at the school during a special presentation. Students collected more than $2,300 for Crystel Miller who is the school cook and was recently diagnosed with cancer. Romans agreed if students collected more than $2,000 then he would have his head shaved. John M. Steiner / The Sun

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