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Commander Jon Lowman (center), of the Highland Park Police Department, pretends to shave his beard at Highland Park Hospital, Thursday, Nov. 30. Claire Esker/22nd Century Media
Flanked by Chief Mark Fleishhauer (left) and Commander Jon Lowman (right), Detective Eric Hernandez (center right) presents a check to benefit the fight against cancer to (center left)oncologist Matthew Adess.
Highland Park police and hospital officials (left to right) Detective Steve Neuman, Highland Park Hospital President Jesse Peterson Hall, Deputy Chief Tim Wilinski, Chief Mark Fleischhauer, Highland Park Hospital Oncologist Matthew Adess, Commander Jon Lowman, Detective Eric Hernandez, CSO Ryan Erjavac, and Officer Travis Dragicevich come together to support cancer research at the conclusion of No-Shave November.
Staff Report
2:21 pm CST December 5, 2017

According to a press release from the department, the Highland Park Police Department participated in the national initiative, No-Shave November from Nov. 1-30. 

The goal of No-Shave November is to raise awareness for health issues by growing out hair which many cancer patients lose. Police personnel madee a donation to the Highland Park Hospital Kellogg Cancer Foundation. The department wide fundraiswer came to an end Nov. 30 with a best beard, goatee, mustache and decorated fingernail contest.