The Great Shave-Off

Movember, 2012, has reached it's finale at the College of the Rockies and elsewhere.

Britney Morin-Pires give Avalanche player Kieran Read a shave to close out Movember.

College of the Rockies students and staff took part in Movember to raise money for prostate cancer research this month. To show off their finished facial hair and receive a clean shave from college hairdressing students, the men took part in a Moustache Shave Off on Thursday, November 29 in the college gym.

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