Commissioner Chapman to be shaved for charity


Peninsula News Network

Get the broom and the dustpan, because the lobby at the Clallam County courthouse will be a pretty “hairy” place Wednesday, as County Commissioner Mike Chapman and three other county officials get their heads shaved for charity.

County employees have been able to raise over $12,000 for the United Way of Clallam County campaign, and that means Chapman has to follow through with a promise to get his head shaved.

But Chapman won’t be alone. Emergency Services Director Joe Ciarlo, DCD Director Rob Robertson and Planner Bruce Emory will also be joining the county commissioner in the barber’s chair. They’ll join Commissioner Steve Tharinger… who had his head shaved a few weeks ago. The campaign is to show support for Tharinger, who is undergoing chemotherapy, and also for the United Way drive. Corinne of Clippers Salon and Joe Fazio of Sequim Beauty Salon will do the honors at 1:30 in the courthouse lobby.

Next up is Commissioner Mike Doherty with County Administrator Dan Englebertson agreeing to get shaved if enough money is raised.



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