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‘No Shaving’ in November

Several faculty members at the Middle School and High School participated in “No-Shave November” to spread awareness about men’s health and raise funds for cancer research.
For the month of November, many staff members at both schools participated in the month-long trend of growing beards and moustaches to draw attention to the cause. While several faculty members grew their facial hair, many others wore artificial stubble. The high school and middle school raised $657 for cancer research.
“Hopefully, we can continue to get the message out there for all people to be mindful of their healthy and to develop good habits in life,” said Robert Moses Middle School Assistant Principal Jeffrey Raymond.
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