Two years ago Sienna Roxby came home from school and asked her mum how she’d feel about her shaving her hair off for “The World’s Greatest Shave”.  Her mum’s first thoughts were “Physie!  What will we do for comps?” But, like everything, this can be overcome.  And now she’s finally done it…

2012 is a year of major milestone for Sienna as she is completing her HSC, turning 18, attending her year 12 formal and competing as a Novice Senior in Champion Girl.  And on Friday 6th April, Sienna will be performing in the main arena at the Sydney Royal Eater Show, alongside 274 other physie girls from 40 different clubs in NSW.

At the age of 8 Sienna lost a dance friend to leukaemia and this loss will always be with her.  Now her main motivation is to raise funds for all sufferers.  Cancer touches everybody in some way and not everyone with cancer has someone who can help financially.  Sienna’s goal is to help those people and to make more people aware of what can be done to help.

In November 2011 she started the ball rolling, fundraising in many ways, aiming to raise $2,500.  So, all your support and donations will be warmly received. You can go to The World’s Greatest Shave website www.worldsgreatestshave.com and find her profile: Sienna Roxby.

Good luck performing at the show Sienna and we hope you inspire others along the way…

 

 

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