Stache Bash planned at Red Deer pub

By Saturday, many Red Deer moustaches will be shaved off, but before that there will be a celebration of the nose neighbour at Chillabongs.

By Saturday, many Red Deer moustaches will be shaved off, but before that there will be a celebration of the nose neighbour at Chillabongs.

After men across Red Deer and around the world grew moustaches to raise awareness of prostate cancer through the month of November, the pub, at 69 Dunlop St., will hold Stache Bash 2012 tonight. Prizes will be awarded to the Man of Movember, Ultimate Mo and The Lame Mo.

There will also be prizes for women at the event, including Miss Movember and Mo Bro and Mo Sista.

So far this year, Canada has raised $30.8 million for prostate cancer research and those looking to donate can visit ca.movember.com or support any of those in the campaign around Red Deer.

Tickets are available at Chillabongs today for $5 and all proceeds go to the cause.

The event starts at 8 p.m.

For more information on Prostate Cancer Canada, visit www.prostate.cancer.ca.

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