Check Out the Jugs for a Good Cause

Showing of campy 1970s movie will help Austin's EMS raise money for community education programs

Betcha can't guess which one is Jugs
Betcha can't guess which one is Jugs

The Austin-Travis Co. EMS Community Outreach Program -- which provides free CPR lessons, child safety seats, and other education programs -- is holding a fundraiser this Sunday, April 19, at 11:30am at the Alamo Drafthouse. What are they showing? Well, Mother, Jugs & Speed (of course!), the campy 1976 film about competing ambulance services in Los Angeles.

Tickets are $12.50 each -- plus whatever you might be able to give as a donation -- with all proceeds going to the Outreach Program. And as a bonus there will be a smattering of door prizes -- including gift certificates to Moonshine, Blackmail, and the Bicycle Sport Shop.

Tickets are still available, and you can buy them online here.

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Public Safety, EMS, Community Outreach Program, Alamo Drafthouse

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