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Men’s Affiliate: Beer & Brats

Saturday, October 04 - Sunday, October 05, 2014 | 2:30 pm - 5:45 pm

Devil's Canyon Brewing Company935 Washington StreetSan Carlos, CA

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Join the Men's Affiliate at our annual fundraiser: Beer and Brats, complete with Devil's Canyon beer and a bounty of sausages and Bavarian foods. Your admission into the event gets you food and drink. You will have opportunities to win a variety of prizes and we will have a raffle and silent auction to raise needed funds for Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. Come enjoy music, food, drink, and friends in support of this worthy cause.

This year's event proceeds will benefit medical interpretation services at our hospital, to help communication between care providers and non-English speaking families.

Tickets are $60 in advance (prior to 10/1/14) and $75 after 10/1/14 and at the door. (Ticket price includes a tax-deductible donation to the hospital). Only 200 tickets will be sold for this event.)

Become a Member today!

All Men's Affiliate Members automatically receive a ticket when they pay their membership dues.There are only three requirements to become a member of the Men's Affiliate:

1. Pay your annual dues of $250.00 (dues are partially tax deductible).

2. Attend our annual fundraising event: your annual dues include one ticket to Beer and Brats.

3. Tour Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford during the Men's Affiliate annual tour date.

For more information about the Men's Affiliate, visit mensaffiliate.org.

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