Going bald for a brother
Norwich — Volunteers from around the region had their head shaved Saturday by Niki Trinkley of GlamLabz Salon in Uncasville, during the Go Bald for a Brother event to benefit Jonathan "Jono" Lillpopp of the state Department of Health, former Region 4 EMS coordinator and Colchester Haywood Volunteer Fire Department, at Epicure Brewing Co. in Norwich.
The annual event, sponsored by The Eastern Connecticut Emerald Society, is held in memory of firefighter Todd Williamson of the Poquonnock Bridge Fire Department.
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