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Members of Nanaimo Jobs Daughters Bethel No. 11 apply whip cream mustaches in support of Movember’s prostate cancer campaign. The group also marched in the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 257 Remembrance Day parade Nov. 11, laying wreaths in honour of fallen veterans. - Photo contributed
Members of Nanaimo Jobs Daughters Bethel No. 11 apply whip cream mustaches in support of Movember’s prostate cancer campaign. The group also marched in the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 257 Remembrance Day parade Nov. 11, laying wreaths in honour of fallen veterans.
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