Flash A’ Stache finale this Saturday night


Calling all moustaches that are involved in the local Dare to Flash A ’Stache campaign to raise awareness and money for Porstate Cancer in November….the time is almost here.

This Saturday night, November 29, the campaign will come to an exciting close, with the removal of some ’Staches, a silent auction and three fun and exciting games of hockey at the Winchester Arena.

The evening fun will kick off at 7 p.m. with a hockey game between the South Dundas and North Dundas Ladies. 

Game two will be between the old Winchester Hawks and those old Morrisburg Lions Alumni who have crept up over the 35 year category.

Then the younguns will take to the ice in the under 35 year Hawks versus Lions match.

The local Flash A ’Stache campaign will benefit the Cancer Care Navigation Program at Winchester District Memorial Hospital, improving the experience for those diagnosed and affected by cancer; and Dr. Anthony Bella’s Men’s Health Research Project, for for improving quality of life for men following prostate cancer treatment.

There are so many men and families affected by Prostate cancer and the Movember Dare to Flash A’ Stache has been a hugely successful initiative to bring awareness to it.

Organizers of the Saturday night, November 29 event, are really looking forward to a good turnout and a good show of support for this great cause. 

Officials have also just released the lineups for the four hockey teams that will be out in full support of the campaign.

The under 35 Lions will include Justin Elliott, Travis Baldwin, Wayne Garlough, James Morrell, Chris Sommers, Matt Walsh, Carson Runions, Charlie Froment, Greg Millard, Cory Gove, Mike Carbino, Kyle Legace and Tyler Lafortune.

They will be facing off against the Hawks Nik Paas, Robyn Sadler, Dave Summers, Darren Trenholm, Travis Armstrong, Colin Bowie, Craig Holmes, Tylor Copeland, Bill Henderson, Justin Heuff, Brent McFaul, Derek Vingerhoods, Sean Williams, Travis Rowe and Trevor Helliker.

Dusting off their skates for the Lions 36 and over will be Rob Casselman, Andy Lee, Jim Bennis, Craig and Dennis Villeneuve, Jeremy Morrow, Randy (Tug) Mullin, Dale Swerdfeger, Steve (Jig) Casselman, J.D. Hunter, Shawn and big brother David Lapier, Yvon Besner, Randy Jodouin, Chris Vanbridger, Doug McNairn, Scott Reaney and Al McNairn (in net).

On the bench to try and keep these wild Lions under control will be former Lions coaches Brian McNairn and Big Doug Casselman.

At press time, the final roster for the 36 and over Hawks had not been released…

Carrie McCadden will be in net for the lady Lions and skating for the cause will be Andrea Francis, Jennifer Wilson, Kelly Morrell, Dianne Lapier, Kaila Beckstead, Laura McDonnell, Janice Casselman, Tanya Barnhardt, Vicki Van Hoof, Krista Casselman, Jessica Grisel and Amanda Mabo.

The Hawk ladies will include Kristie Wade in net along with Karen Benoit, Laurie Marriner, Heather Cooke-Erwin, Holly Klein-Swormink, Stephanie Scott, Tabitha Derue, Emma and Amy Fraser, Courtney Barkley, Amanda Rylaarsdam and Kathy Kerr.

The action begins on the ice at the Winchester arena at 7 p.m.

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