Sheriff’s Office to participate in No-Shave November as Fundraiser
Starting on Tuesday, November 1, and running through the month of November, deputies and all Sheriff’s Office employees have asked to sport a new look to support a local worthy cause.
In observance of the No-Shave November movement seen across the United States, the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office will allow employees who desire to participate in this project to go neatly trimmed, but unshaven, for the month to raise money for the Sioux County Relay for Life.
“This is the first annual participation in this event and our office looks forward to going unshaven to allow us to raise money for a worthy cause in the Sioux County Community. This year, our staff has chosen to support an organization that is dedicated to helping communities attack cancer,” says Sioux County Sheriff Jamie Van Voorst. “If our month of participation can go toward a cause to make a difference by rallying together in the fight against cancer, then we have all worked in concert to each do a small part, in battling this big disease.”
We care so much for those in our communities who are going through this fight, and we are honored to do this in a partnership with the Sioux County Relay for Life.
To learn more about Relay for Life Sioux County, go to:
We look forward to this participation,
Sheriff Jamie Van Voorst