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Byron Shire
April 13, 2024

Zeta puts her locks on the block for charity

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Zeta Zahra enjoys the last few days of her long locks, admired by mum Lee, before they go on the block for the World’s Greatest Shave on Saturday at James Hardware Mitre 10. Photo Jeff 'Gone Tomorrow' Dawson
Zeta Zahra enjoys the last few days of her long locks, admired by mum Lee, before they go on the block for the World’s Greatest Shave on Saturday at James Hardware Mitre 10. Photo Jeff ‘Gone Tomorrow’ Dawson

Zeta Zahra is enjoying the last few days of her long locks before they go on the block for the World’s Greatest Shave at midday on Saturday at James Hardware Mitre 10, Mullumbimby.

The event is being held to raise funds for the Leukeamia Foundation.

A raffle will be drawn at 12.30pm with James Hardware donating a major prize of a 400-litre Aerobin composting system valued at $319.

The raffle will be drawn in store at 12.30pm on Sturday.


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