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Mustaches in May to raise money for the Maine Children’s Cancer Program
 Mustaches in May to raise money for the Maine Children’s Cancer Program

An all star lineup of Sea Dogs players are growing Mustaches in May to raise money for the Maine Children’s Cancer Program.  Dr. Lou Jacobs, a Portland Chiropractor, gained national recognition as the founder of Mystache Fights Cancer, a cancer fighting fund raising event for local organizations. He is also the director of the New England Bureau of the American Mustache Institute.  Dr. Jacobs says "The mustache revival in the state of Maine has never been stronger and there’s never been a better time to use your ‘stache for a good cause."   The doctor will be throwing the first pitch at the Sea Dogs game and showing his support for the players at 1pm on Sunday May 29, 2011 against rivals the Trenton Thunder (Yankees).

Sea Dog players are taking pledges and a $15.00 donation gets you a free ticket and a family donation of $50.00 gets you five tickets and a picture with your favorite player. A $100.00 donation gets you 5 tickets, a photo and a signed 2011 baseball.

Dr. Jacobs is honored to be representing the New England Bureau of the American Mustache Institute and Jacobs Chiropractic Acupuncture at the game and reminds the people of Maine that cancer rates are out of control and the fight needs more support than ever.  "It is time for the men of Maine to put their money where their mouth’s are, literally, and use their mustache’s for good.  Supporting your mustachioed brothers is a great way to help our community and in this case a great way to fight cancer in children."

The first 500 fans to enter the park will receive their own fake mustache to wear during the game.

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