Castlegar Fire Department members have been growing mustaches as part of the Movember movement with a goal of raising money for men’s health issues. They currently rank 11th among the 253 Canadian fire departments participating in the Great Canadian Fire Department Movember Canada Challenge with over $5000 raised. The CFD StacheMasters from left to right: Stu Ady, Jacob Rudkoski, Dave Blancher, Nick Ahlefeld, Nick Pieszak, Jason Twizell, Matt Howell, Gerry Rempel, Sam Lattanzio. Missing: Francis Duchesne and Mark Smith. Find the CFD team at ca.movember.com to donate.

Castlegar Fire Department members have been growing mustaches as part of the Movember movement with a goal of raising money for men’s health issues. They currently rank 11th among the 253 Canadian fire departments participating in the Great Canadian Fire Department Movember Canada Challenge with over $5000 raised. The CFD StacheMasters from left to right: Stu Ady, Jacob Rudkoski, Dave Blancher, Nick Ahlefeld, Nick Pieszak, Jason Twizell, Matt Howell, Gerry Rempel, Sam Lattanzio. Missing: Francis Duchesne and Mark Smith. Find the CFD team at ca.movember.com to donate.

Castlegar Fire Department StacheMasters fight for men’s health

Moustache wearing firefighters raising money during Movember.

Castlegar Fire Department members have been growing mustaches as part of the Movember movement with a goal of raising money for men’s health issues. They currently rank 11th among the 253 Canadian fire departments participating in the Great Canadian Fire Department Movember Canada Challenge with over $5000 raised. The CFD StacheMasters from left to right: Stu Ady, Jacob Rudkoski, Dave Blancher, Nick Ahlefeld, Nick Pieszak, Jason Twizell, Matt Howell, Gerry Rempel, Sam Lattanzio. Missing: Francis Duchesne and Mark Smith. Find the CFD team at ca.movember.com to donate.

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