Two take it for the team

Executives from Canfor-Vavenby get heads shaved to help United Way

Canfor-Vavenby maintenance superintendent Neil Morris (l) and plant manager Dwayne Thiessen have cool heads after getting their heads shaved recently.

Canfor-Vavenby maintenance superintendent Neil Morris (l) and plant manager Dwayne Thiessen have cool heads after getting their heads shaved recently.

They had laid their hair on the line after the division’s employees raised more than $22,000 in donations and pledges for Thompson-Nicola-Cariboo United Way.

 

Haircut DeVooghtLeft: Dwayne Thiessen loses his hair to employee and Steelworkers plant secretary Madeleine deVooght (she’s the one with the evil grin!).

 

 

 

Below:  Neil Morris gets his wings clipped by employee Peter Gardner.

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