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Oak Bay merchants grow their mos

Oak Bay merchants have joined with a host of men worldwide to help raise funds for men’s health issues, particularly prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives. Oak Bay merchants Steven Kelly, left, Geoffrey Beattie, Neil Rogers, Tony Tucker, Owen Smid and Jason Skrenka show off their clean-shaven faces as they prepare to take part in the annual Movember moustache growing charity event. Nairn Wilson and Sydney Tucker, at centre, the co-organizers of the Oak Bay Movember Challenge, sport their costume moustaches. Donate at ca.movember.com.   - Don Denton/News staff
Oak Bay merchants have joined with a host of men worldwide to help raise funds for men’s health issues, particularly prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives. Oak Bay merchants Steven Kelly, left, Geoffrey Beattie, Neil Rogers, Tony Tucker, Owen Smid and Jason Skrenka show off their clean-shaven faces as they prepare to take part in the annual Movember moustache growing charity event. Nairn Wilson and Sydney Tucker, at centre, the co-organizers of the Oak Bay Movember Challenge, sport their costume moustaches. Donate at ca.movember.com.
— image credit: Don Denton/News staff

Oak Bay merchants have joined with a host of men worldwide to help raise funds for men’s health issues, particularly prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives.

Oak Bay merchants Steven Kelly, Geoffrey Beattie, Neil Rogers, Tony Tucker, Owen Smid and Jason Skrenka show off their clean-shaven faces as they prepare to take part in the annual Movember moustache growing charity event. Nairn Wilson and Sydney Tucker the co-organizers of the Oak Bay Movember Challenge, sported costume moustaches to start the event.

Donate at ca.movember.com.

 

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