With St. Patrick's Day just around the corner, bars are gearing up for the "everyone is Irish today" holiday by buying extra Guinness, corn beef, cabbage and of course, wings. Well, maybe that last one is a bit of stretch, but you catch my drift. As important as all those things are, bars are also getting ready to help raise money for children's cancer research by breaking out hair buzzers and shaving their way to a cure.
According to their website, the St. Baldrick's Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and healthy lives.
Two members of the Wingmen will be taking part in different St. Baldrick's Day events in New York and the following is part of an interview for Wing World Quarterly.*
I am sitting here with two members of the Wingmen, Jody and Steve, who will be shaving their heads in solidarity with kids suffering from all forms of cancer. They are doing this as part of St. Baldrick's Day events and I caught up with them the other night while eating some wings and I asked them a few questions about their charitable work.
WWQ- Hi Jody, Steve, how are you guys doing?
Steve- Alright, how are you?
WWQ- I'm just fine, thanks for asking. So I was wondering, what made you guys decide to participate in such a worthy cause?
|Steve's Before Picture|
|Jody's Before Picture|
*Wing World Quarterly is not a real periodical, but should be.