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MES donates muffin sale money
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The men of McMinnville Electric System visually showed their support for No-Shave November, as well as the companys Mo-vember blueberry muffin fundraiser sales, by not shaving. The fundraiser sold 38 dozen giant muffins. Pictured, from left, are Logan Miller, Michael Jones, Craig Foster, Phillip Rowland, Corey Brown, Dwight Jones, Justin McGregor, Carlos Neal Smith, Dale Rogers, Thomas Stafford, Tony Foster, Ron Tallent, Tyler Young, Kevin Prater, Jonathan Womack and Waymon Hobbs.
McMinnville Electric System sold 38 dozen giant blueberry muffins during Mo-vember. Proceeds go to Warren County Relay for Life and continued cancer research.Debbie Sain, manager of marketing and communications, says while MES women baked for a good cause, MES men showed their support in other ways.“MES gentlemen went all out, sporting facial hair and observing No-Shave November or Mo-vember,” said Sain.No-Shave November is to grow awareness by embracing hair, which many cancer patients lose, and letting facial hair grow wild and free during the month.According to the American Cancer Society, prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer found in American men, after skin cancer. It is estimated there were roughly 180,890 new cases of prostate cancer in the United States in 2016.