It’s undoubtedly one of the biggest St. Baldrick’s events on Long Island.

For two years in a row, Lily Flanagan’s in Babylon has raised over $90,000 to support the fight against childhood cancer.

And now, the team is readying for Year 12, announcing this year’s outing for March 29.

“Our 2019 fundraiser was a huge success raising $92,716!” said Lily’s general manager, Lauren Salamone. “We couldn’t have done it without our community and are looking for the same support this year.”

This year, Salamone is hoping to crack $100,000 for the first time.

“Our St. Baldrick’s page is up and live so shavees and volunteers can go on and register, start fundraising and help make 2020 the most successful year yet,” she said.

The money is raised through donations from the hair-chopping portion of the day, as well as during a Chinese auction. During the event, there is also DJ-spun music, bagpipes and step dancing.

To donate and register, click here.

Top: Scene from last year’s St. Baldrick’s event by Ethan Meyer.

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