Grow Your Beard For Children and Women's Hospital

Grow Your Beard For Children and Women's Hospital

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News 5 has partnered with Page and Palette to help raise money for families at USA Children's and Women's Hospital.  It's all part of the festivities surrounding the inaugural Bay of the Holy Spirit Jubilee at Oak Hollow Farm in Fairhope, November 15th.

Guys are encouraged to grow a beard, or show off your beard during "Novem-beard."  Winners in each category will take home $500.  But more than that, they will help support incidental needs for families of patients at Children's and Women's Hospital.

Skye Loustalot's family is one of those.  She suffers from cancer and has already lost a leg to the disease.  She is facing more treatment and extended stays at the hospital.  Skye will be treated to a visit with members of Duck Dynasty's Robertson Family, when they appear at the Bay Jubilee November 15th. 

Here's how to help out others at Children's and Women's Hospital, by signing up for the Beard Contest.

And here's how to get tickets for the Bay of the Holy Spirit Jubilee featuring Phil, Si, Kay and Korie of Duck Dynasty.  They are $35 and include a book of your choice from one of the Robertson's.
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