The Fire Station and Ore Dock Brew Up Support for Cannabis Record Clearing

April 15th, 2024 Events & Conferences
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The Fire Station is teaming up with Ore Dock Brewing Company to host "Buds, Brews, and Beats," a fundraiser event aimed at supporting the Great Lakes Expungement Network (GLEN). The event is scheduled to take place at the Ore Dock on April 19th, 2024, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. In an effort to contribute to GLEN's mission of expunging cannabis-related records, the event will charge a $5 entry fee, with all proceeds directly benefiting the nonprofit.

Logan Stauber, Co-owner and co-CEO of The Fire Station, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, noting the significance of aligning the event with the cannabis industry's peak celebration period. "Partnering with Ore Dock, a like-minded ally in this cause, enhances our efforts to support individuals still impacted by past cannabis offenses," Stauber remarked.

The fundraiser will feature the return of Ore Dock’s Super Dank IPA, a specialty brew previously produced for The Fire Station’s 2022 Camp Cannabis event. The evening will also be animated by performances from three local bands: Ghoul for a Goblin, Realms, and No Expectations, promising an engaging mix of music and community spirit.

Amanda Courchaine, Ore Dock’s Curated Events Manager, shared her enthusiasm about the partnership. "Our previous collaborations with The Fire Station have been profoundly rewarding, and we are excited to continue this partnership through such a purposeful event," she stated.

This community-centric event not only seeks to aid in the expungement of cannabis records but also strengthens the bond between local businesses and the causes they support, fostering a more engaged and supportive community environment.

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