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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November0 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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