Mounties, McKim and Movember

Kimberley's Middle School supports Cancer Society and Movember

McKim students support Movember

McKim students raised $280 for Movember. The fund raiser, organized by the Student Leadership Team, invited the staff and students to donate a minimum of $1 to wear a moustache on Nov 23.  A large number, if not all the kids participated, one family donated $40 because of their own experiences with prostate cancer. The students in turn contributed to the Kimberley Mounties team.  Six officers have been growing mo’s for the month of Novermber in order to raise awareness of Men’s Health specifically prostate cancer.  The students are proud to support the Kimberley RCMP and their mo’s. To donate go to  http://ca.movember.com/mospace/team/

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