Tonight the Swift Current Broncos along with Service Master are hosting the first ever Movember to Remember wrap-up party at Walker Place.
Full Interview with Natasha van der Grinten "So it's one final effort to raise some funds for male cancer research," said Broncos Media and PR Coordinator Natasha van der Grinten. "We are going to have the Broncos there, The Legionnaires, The Wildcats. We are going to be giving away prizes for the best mustache, the ugliest mustache, the worst mustache."
The party starts at 5:45 and runs until around 7:30. The Broncos encourage everyone participating in Movember as well as the general public to come out a support the cause.
"We've been doing pretty well," added van der Grinten. "We are at around $600 right now which is a little less then we were hoping for but there is still time and we have been getting a lot of positive response. We are going our first ever fans choice award."
Th Broncos are still accepting donations for Movember until the end of the month.
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