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Port Coquitlam firefighters Adam Myles, Greg Berggren, Ryan Masi and Steve Crump will be growing Movember mustaches this month to raise money for prostate cancer research and men’s health.

In 2011, PoCo Fire and Emergency Services collected close to $6,000 and the team is hoping to break the record this year as it competes against other fire departments to see which can raise the most money.

The Movember festivities will wrap up with a hockey tournament on Nov. 30 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Planet Ice in Coquitlam. To donate to the team, go to ca.movember.com/team/459341.

 

 

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