The Mo' of the Month: Mickey Ross

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The Last Drop held it's Movember wrap-up party on Wednesday. Here are some pictures.

Let the women of Revelstoke rejoice – Movember has come to an end.

The Last Drop held it’s annual Movember gala Wednesday night and the bar was full of moustachioed men. Styles ranged from the thick handlebar of Glen Cherlet to the thin whiskers of organizer Cyril Tomlinson.

Mickey Ross won the award for Mo’ of the Month. He got a $300 gift certificate to Society Snow & Skate for his efforts.

Mark Davis won two tickets to a Calgary Flames game for raising the most money. He raised $660 through his job at the BC Liquor Store and other donations.

Runner up was Brian Neumann, who shave off half his moustache as part of a bet. The move had the donations roll in and he raised $595.

In total, the Last Drop team raised $2,985.

Check out the slideshow above for a gallery of Movember moustaches.

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