Ron Farrell, Terry May, Steve Draheim, Anne Draheim and Ros Keim enjoy Graham Buchner’s fundraiser for the World’s Greatest Shave at the premiere of Prime Mover.
Ron Farrell, Terry May, Steve Draheim, Anne Draheim and Ros Keim enjoy Graham Buchner’s fundraiser for the World’s Greatest Shave at the premiere of Prime Mover.

Buchner on target

GRAHAM Buchner’s whiskers will fall to the floor today as he counts down his last hours of resembling old Saint Nick for the World’s Greatest Shave.

At noon he will be shorn with a razor and shaving cream to raise money for a cause close to his heart – the Leukaemia Foundation.

One of his major fundraisers, the movie premiere of Prime Mover was on Thursday night and he thanked his supporters for coming along and enjoying a great show.

“The evening was a success with the auction but I was disappointed I hadn’t filled the cinema,” Mr Buchner said.

“The ladies did an excellent job with the spread.”

In a bid to still reach his $5000 target, raffle tickets are still available until noon for a chance to win a holiday to the Gold Coast for two or a vintage classic radio at Rose City Shoppingworld where he will be shaved.

When he hadn’t used the razor for a couple of weeks, the Leukaemia Foundation branch president thought it would be a great idea to keep the growth going until March and support the World’s Greatest Shave.

“I don’t think anybody would be without someone they know who hasn’t been affected by Leukaemia,” Mr Buchner said.

If you want to donate to Mr Buchner’s cause, visit Rose City Shoppingworld today or call on 0413 439 890.



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