Local Movember fundraising efforts continue

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Beerling says the fundraising efforts have been enjoyable and plans are confirmed for a shave off party at On The Rocks at the end of the month.

“It’s been going well. The making fun of myself always goes well. My total as of Saturday was sitting at $1,580 so we’re just about on par with what I need to hit for my goal for the month,” he says. “Everything else is coming together really nicely. The month end shave off party is planned and ready to go for November 30 at On The Rocks.”

Prizes and awards will be given out during the event. The is no cost to attend however donations will be accepted to help support the cause.

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Other initiatives to support finding a cure for prostate cancer include t-shirts that will be sold at Marc Joseph for $25. Dairy Queen will also be helping with Neil Evans’ campaign as one dollar from every Blizzard sold will be going towards Movember Canada on November 26.

Anyone wanting to keep track on the fundraising efforts can click here.

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