Senator Will Kraus
Shaves Head for Charity
JEFFERSON CITY —On Saturday, March 12, at 4:00 p.m. Sen. Will Kraus will be at John’s Barber Shop to have his head shaved in return for at least $1000 in donations to Hope House, a shelter for women and children who are victims of domestic violence.
“I hope that my involvement with this auction will be meaningful, both in the form of raising money and raising awareness for a serious issue,” Sen. Kraus said.
Hope House offers a lifeline of safety from abuse for thousands of local women and children by providing education, prevention, and support.  With the help of Hope House, women have been able to change their lives in a positive way.
According to Sen. Kraus’ wife, Carmen, his offer was quite a surprise to her.  She noted that, “Will has worn his hair the same way for 19 years.”
John’s Barber Shop is located 217 SE Douglas Street in Lee’s Summit 64063.  Credit goes to Nick Swearngin, owner of the shop, for organizing this charity auction.
On a personal note; this is something I’m going to have to go see for myself.  It is a great cause, and bound to be a good time since as his wife said, he’s not changed his hair style in 19 years.

Respectfully Submitted,
The Lee’s Summit Conservative