What started as a clean shave soon progressed into one of the hairiest and most heart warming events of the year! The Brad Fox Stache’ Bash was created to honor the legacy of fallen Officer Brad Fox while raising money and support for The Fox family and Children’s Fund. This event all began on April 1st when police officers, dispatchers and law enforcement personnel from Plymouth Whitemarsh and surrounding areas took part in a “shave off” at the Lucky Dog Saloon in Lafayette Hill. Over the next 40 days, Ofc. Fox’s family, friends and co-workers grew out their best staches in preparation for the Beef n’ Beer Dinner at LuLu Shriners. Here, their newly added facial hair was meticulously critiqued by a panel of judges who found it hard to keep from laughing! After beer, food and deliberation, awards were presented on stage for the best, worst and yes..even the most pathetic mustache! This hilarious hair growing journey was something that Brad’s closest friends and family said he would have appreciated. The night proved to be an overwhelming success as close to 1,000 people were in attendance for this unforgettable tribute. Check out our Photo Recap from the night and then look below for more info on how you can help support our county’s hero and his family.
Want to see before & afters? Click here to see pics from the “Shave Off”!
A Note From Our Editor’
“Montco Happening was, and always will be more than honored to have been in attendance for such an inspiring event, and to help spread awareness throughout our community. Seeing so many of our regions finest come together to show their adoration for a father, friend, officer and hero was something that I will never forget. It was an incredibly special night for a special person who meant everything to so many people. I wanted to give a special thanks in particular to the Fox family and Sgt. Rocco Wack for giving me the privilege and opportunity to photograph and meet so many genuine, fun and caring individuals. You will always have our support here at Montco Happening” J.C. Sager