Cuts For a Cause


Store 3603, located in Sudbury, has two employees that went head and shoulders above what is asked of Beer Store employees this Returns weekend. Tara Gordon and Justin Grendall donated their hair towards patients already fighting cancer and to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada. Tara Gordon has been employed with The Beer Store for 11 years and has been a full time employee for the last 5 years. This is Tara’s second time donating her hair. The first time being 6 years ago when she cut her hair and donated it to a young girl who suffered from Alopecia Totalis, the loss of all head hair. This time she decided to do it again and donate her hair to making wigs for cancer patients and to raise money for the Leukemia Bottle Drive. Herself, her husband Evan and their son, Logan, also donated their time towards this extremely great cause. Evan has volounteered the last 6 years, Logan has been helping since he was only 10 months old and next year their two year old will start volounteering as well. Justin Grendall donated his locks for the first time. He originates from a small town south of Sudbury named Warkworth and has been spending 4 years in Beer Stores from St. Catherines to Sudbury where he is in school. Micheline Lahti, Justin’s manager at Store 3603 says that he has ‘an incredible work ethic and is one of the nicest guys that you will ever meet. He cut his hair this year to ‘raise money for a great cause and to give moral support to my coworkers.’



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