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Please join 5 Health as we raise funds during #NoShaveNovember to support men's health and other causes.  The KOAA Team - Ira Cronin, Zach Thaxton, Grant Meech, and Sam Schreier - are ditching the razor for the entire month with the goal of raising money for a charity or organization of their choice.

Thank you for your support!


5 Sports Director Grant Meech's GoFundMe is supporting the UCHealth Heart and Vascular Center at Memorial Hospital Central in Colorado Springs.

It's No Shave November, the time of year where men can ditch the razor with the idea of drawing attention to men's health. Our team at KOAA; Ira Cronin, Zach Thaxton, and Sam Schreier and I are all participating with the goal of raising money for a charity or organization of our own choosing.

I am raising money for the UCHealth Heart and Vascular Center at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs. Heart Disease and other heart related illness are the leading cause of death for men in the United States, almost 90% of sudden cardiac events occur in men and many have no symptoms. 

All money you choose to donate here will be sent to the UCHealth Heart and Vascular Center at Memorial Hospital as well as a $500 dollar donation from KOAA if I raise the most money!

To donate to Grant's cause, visit his GoFundMe page: No Shave November

(Artist's rendition of how Grant Meech would look with a full beard. (KOAA))


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