Paiton joins region’s battle to beat cancer

A YOUNG woman who was inspired to help those closest to her who had been touched by cancer has raised more than $800 for the World’s Greatest Shave.

Paiton Dryden, 18, started fundraising for the cause while working at Walla Street Cafe, in an effort to show support for both her great grandmother and great great uncle who are suffering with Mesothelioma.

“Cancer touches everyone, family and friends. For me it’s my Great Grandmother and Great Great Uncle who are both suffering with Mesothelioma. This is my way of contributing to finding a cure,” Paiton said.

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