Did you know that June is Men's Health Month? It is! And to promote this important subject, Family Jewels Foundation and Seattle Minis are teaming up for MINIS GOING NUTS! This parade of Mini Coopers will take place in Woodinville, wandering around roundabouts on a ... roundabout route, ending at Good Brewing, where you will enjoy a socially-distanced Drive Pie! Yep, hand your donation through your driver's side window, receive a pie in return!
The Family Jewels Foundation is a locally-based 501(c)(3) whose vision is that Nobody Dies of Testicular Cancer. It was inspired by the founder's [step]son, Bothell High graduate Jaimeson Jones, who died at age 20 of a recurrence of testicular cancer. Testicular cancer is the most-common solid tumor cancer in males from age 15-44 and is 95% curable - WHEN CAUGHT EARLY. Because of his embarrassment, Jaimeson's wasn't. Family Jewels Foundation teaches early detection of testicular cancer in schools, service clubs, Scouting events - you name it! There's no place we won't go to educate about this important subject.
Got a young male in your life whom you care about? Of course you do! So come on down, enjoy the Drive Pie (walkups welcome), support a local brewery, and learn how easy it is to #SaveGuysLives. JOIN US!