Golden Gentlemen host the moustache competition

The Gentlemen's Leisure Club of Golden is providing the town with the perfect way to cap off this year's Movember efforts

The Gentlemen’s Leisure Club of Golden is providing the town with the perfect way to cap off this year’s Movember efforts.

The 2012 Moustache Competition Bar Crawl is taking place on Friday Nov. 30.

The Gentlemen have organized an evening full of fun and moustache admiration around Golden. Beginning at 10 p.m. at the Golden Taps with bar games, it moves onto the Riverhouse Tavern for more drinks and more bar games. The party moves back to the Taps at midnight for judging of the moustache competition, and then back to the Riverhouse for prizes at 1 a.m.

The Leisure Club has put together some great prizes, including a pair of skis for the moustache grower who raised the most money, and $100 to the best moustache with a costume. Prizes will also be given out for second and third place, as well as the winners of the bar games.

If you are interested in entering the MO Competition, you can grab a pledge sheet and raise a minimum of $20, or pay $10 on the night.

The Moustache Competition Bar Crawl may be a fun evening of debauchery, but its main purpose is to raise money for the Movember campaign, which donates vital funds and raises awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives.

To support the Gentleman’s Leisure Club of Golden’s Movember team, and help improve men’s health, go to www.mobro.co/gentlemenofgolden to donate.

For more information about the competition and bar crawl, go to gentlemenofgolden.org.

 

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