‘Mo Bros’ raise more than $2,000

A team of four Semiahmoo residents raised more than $2,000 for prostate cancer research as part of the Movember campaign.

A team of four Semiahmoo Peninsula residents raised more than $2,000 for prostate cancer research.

For the month of November – dubbed Movember in honour of the mustaches found occupying the upper lips of men  participating in the worldwide charity – Blake Fizzard, Stephen Hartery, Kaldean Brown and Ian Gendall grew their soup-strainers, finishing off with a fundraising event on Dec. 3.

More than 30 people showed up to the event at Southpoint Station Pub, celebrating the “Mo Bros” and “Mo Sistas.”

Movember is a mustache-growing movement that aims to raise awareness of prostate cancer.

 

 

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