Mo bros and mo sistas: Dwayne Stoesz

The Movember journey continues; News team growing

Movember is officially underway, which means moustaches will soon be taking shape on the faces of men in Sylvan Lake and around the world.

Movember is officially underway, which means moustaches will soon be taking shape on the faces of men in Sylvan Lake and around the world.

We’re pleased to announce that our Movember team has grown, and Mo Bros Sean McWade, Deshon Lennard and Dwayne Stoesz have joined Stuart Fullarton and Joe Furman on the Sylvan Lake News’s own moustache growing team. We’ve also got the support of the women in our office as we set out to raise both funds and awareness of men’s health over the next few weeks.

As you know, there’s still plenty of time to get involved — and plenty of different ways, too.

If you want to join our team, post a picture of your Movember moustache progress onto the Sylvan Lake News Facebook page, then head to ca.movember.com to sign up with the Sylvan Lake News.

If growing a moustache isn’t your thing, head on over to the Movember website anyway, and donate to the cause or simply learn about it and spread the word!

 

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