Deputies won’t shave in November to promote cancer awareness

Posted 30 October 2017 at 8:52 am

Press Release, Orleans County Deputy Sheriff’s Association

ALBION – The Orleans County Deputy Sheriff’s Association (the union that represents the Orleans County Sheriff’s Office Road Patrol) will be participating in “No Shave November.”

The purpose of No Shave November is to promote conversation and raise cancer awareness. The OCDSA recently had members from United Memorial Medical Center’s “Healthy Living” at the October union meeting to speak on the importance of regular screening and early detection of breast and colorectal cancer.

Sheriff Randall Bower has waived the standard grooming policy during the month of November in order to allow deputies to grow facial hair in support of this national campaign.

The OCDSA will be making a donation to on December 1, 2017 and invite residents to donate online or by making checks out to the Orleans County Deputy Sheriff’s Association, PO Box 301, Albion NY 14411, with No Shave November on the memo line.

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