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Tip a golden pint for Foothills AIM

Every ounce of 1882 Okotoks Golden Ale to help non-profit organization.
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Foothills Advocacy In Motion representative Matthew Schulz, right, and the non-profit organization's program manager Brad Fowler, talk about the program at the launch of Hubtown Brewing's Every Ounce Counts campaign on March 4. (Bruce Campbell/Western Wheel)

Hubtown Brewing in Okotoks launched its second month of the Every Ounce Counts campaign on March 4, with several representatives from Foothills Advocacy In Motion in attendance at the brewhouse.

The campaign has a portion of sales of 1882 Okotoks Golden Ale going towards a different charity every month. This month's recipient, Foothills AIM Society, helps special needs adults work, live and thrive in the Okotoks community.

Foothills AIM will host Let's Get Quizzical, an '80s music trivia competition at the Okotoks Brew house on Elizabeth Street on March 10.

Last month's Every Ounce Counts recipient was Big Brothers, Big Sisters.

For more information go to FAIMS.org and https://www.hubtownbrewing.com/post/every-ounce-counts-it-s-charity-beer-time

 




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