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San Gabriel Police Department “No -Shave November” for a Good Cause


2 police officers standing in front of their cruiser

(L-R) Officer Zhivaga and Officer Cortez from the San Gabriel Police Department (Photo – SGPD)

To raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate and colon cancers, the San Gabriel Police Department is participating in “No-Shave November” as part of the national “ Movember Challenge.”

By Cheryl Cabot

Male officers and staff have the option to grow a beard, mustache or goatee, while female participates can wear a flower or large bow in their hair. Both are intended to start conversations regarding men’s health.  Anyone participating is asked for a voluntary donation.

The Department is looking to raise money to donate to someone in the community who currently is or has battled prostate or colon cancer.

Police officers always have a plan whenever we need to solve a problem.  Like our police officers, we encourage everyone to have a plan to detect the serious diseases impacting men in their early stages, as well as in leading a healthy and happy lifestyle.

~ Eric Lozick Police Assistant

For more extensive information regarding “No-Shave November” you can watch a virtual edition of 411 with SG Police Chief, Eugene Harris below, or go to the Movember Challenge website. You can also donate for this worthy cause at this link.

Cheryl Cabot
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