“Cover Your Chin marks five years of growing and giving”

Source: The Star Democrat EASTON — Cover Your Chin for Charity raised nearly $30,000 this year and has collected and donated more than $100,000 in its first five years, organizers said in a press release. Ron Vener, a teacher at Wye River Upper School, was crowned this year’s “King” after raising more than $5,000 from more than 90 donations, the highest one-man total in event history. Donations raised this year benefitted Kids, Pets...

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“Cover Your Chin for Charity 2018” Celebrates Five Years

The organizers of “Cover Your Chin for Charity 2018” announce the fifth year for their popular and effective charitable event that has raised tens of thousands of dollars for local charities. Event founders Adam Theeke, Joel Shilliday, and Andrew Southworth, started the event in 2013. Adam Theeke, said that “if you are going to grow a beard competitively you might as well do it for a good cause.” He looks forward to beating last...

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Cover Your Chin 4 – Our Biggest Yet!

Another Cover Your Chin for Charity has gone down in the books in a bigger way than ever this year with over $24,000 in checks handed out at the closing ceremonies, and over 30k raised overall. In spite of the inclement weather the closing event was larger than ever with approximately 250 people in attendance. Five contestants, out of 43 entrants, also known as growers, won awards in 4 judged categories and the overall money raiser...

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2016 Closing Ceremonies – PRESS RELEASE

The Cover Your Chin for Charity Closing Ceremonies were held Saturday evening to a packed house in the Easton Armory. The event which culminated 3 months of contestants growing facial hair and raising money for four local charities, raised over $20,000. The charities that were featured included Character Counts, Critchlow Adkins Children’s Centers, the Veterans Fund program at the Mental Health Association in Talbot County, and Pet...

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