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Trident Seafoods, plans to feature their food truck – Fork and Fin, with 100% of all food truck sales donated to ALS in Pat Dwyer’s name at Bad Jimmy’s on May 15, starting at 3pm to 10 pm. Pat Dwyer passed away from his battle with ALS in June of 2013. Pat and wife Jenny Dwyer have 2 boats the F/V Brenna A. now featured on Deadliest Catch on Discovery Channel, Brenna A’s, sister boat owned by the Dwyer family is F/V Jennifer A. Son of Pat, Sean Dwyer is the current captain of the Brenna A, named after Sean’s sister Brenna Adele; Jennifer A. is named after Mama Jenny.

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Bad Jimmy’s in Ballard WA, is setting an ambitious goal of raising $60,000 toward defeating ALS a nasty disease. There will be plenty of auction items up for bid and Trident Seafoods will be bringing their food truck. Bad Jimmy’s will also be donating $1. from every pint purchased. The local Pacific Northwest band ‘Deception Past’ will feature live music, playing from 8 – 9 pm.

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Brenna A, is now featured on Deadliest Catch season 14, Sean Dwyer is fulfilling his father’s legacy, he got the Brenna A. in shape to take crab and fish Alaska’s Bering Sea. It’s well known around the maritime community and ALS community that Pat Dwyer’s had goals and ambitions about for treatment and cure for ALS. Pat was confident that the greatest hope of a treatment and cure would be found in the research efforts of the ALS Therapy Development Institute. The Dwyer family continues to support work today through Pat Dwyer Fund; the ALS Therapy Development Institute has been very vocal that – ‘they couldn’t be more grateful for the Dwyer family for their continued efforts to help the Pat’s dream and fight the good fight to help end ALS.

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ALS Fundraiser at Bad Jimmy’s – Event Details:

May 15th,  3-10pm

Trident Seafoods  food truck ‘Fork and Fin’ will be onsite donating 100% of all food sales to ALS in Pat Dwyer’s name

Bad Jimmy’s will have a guest beer and 100% of all those sales will also be donated, along with $1 from any of their regular pint sales.

Live podcast from Galley Stories with Special Guests –  From 3 – 4pm

Deception Past, Band, Live Music: will be performing from 7 – 8pm

For every $5 tip to the food truck, you get a raffle ticket for a 20lb box of king crab

Lots of other prizes and amazing raffle items

Sean Dwyer, Brenna A. Deadliest Catch, Discovery, Support a cure for ALS, Pat Dwyer’s Legacy his boats and ALS Therapy Development Institute, Photography By: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, The Pacific Northwest to Alaska Marine Traffic Underway Pulse, Salty Dog Lab Lookout On The Move, PNW

Come on out & support a great cause to help end ALS!!!

About ALS: ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, Charcot’s disease, and motor neuron disease (MND), attacks certain cells in the brain and spinal cord needed to keep our muscles moving. Every 90 minutes someone is diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a progressive neurodegenerative disorder. Each case is different, and the community of people with ALS and the care providers involved with ALS TDI share their experiences to help those newly diagnosed and their families. Advancements in ALS research have provided significant new insights into ALS, how to stratify those diagnosed, and develop effective treatments and cures.

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Most people with ALS live 2-5 years after their first signs of disease. About 10% of people with ALS survive at least 10 years. This variable rate of disease progression makes prognosis difficult to predict and therapies challenging to develop.

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Currently there is no cure of effective treatment for ALS yet, the ALS Therapy Development Institute is 100% focused on changing that reality for people living with ALS in this day and age. ALS TDI scientists continue to enable significant advancements, new clinical trials and trial designs, and novel research that transforms people with ALS and their care providers into partners in research, rather than simply research subjects. Support the cure for ALS. https://www.als.net/

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Support A Cure For ALS Today!!!