Published by: Kim Stanley

Memphis Made Brewing is hosting “Plunge to Expunge”, Thursday, August 30th, from 5:30pm-8pm to team up with justice advocacy group, Just City, to help qualified people expunge their criminal records.

Comedian Katrina Coleman will MC the event while guests can dunk the dunkees, whom include: One Family Memphis executive director Reggie Davis, CBS Sports national columnist and radio host Gary Parrish, and I love Memphis blogger Holly Whitfield.

Josh Spickler throwing the first throw at Plunge to Expunge 2017. Photo by: Brandon Dill

In order to clean up a criminal record in Tennessee, a fee of $280 is required when a qualified person has met all the states requirements, according to Just City. The Clean Slate Fund, held by the organization, helps on the behalf of those qualified who can’t afford to pay their own fees. The fund is supported by private donations. If you are interested in supporting Just City, go to this link Just City

Memphis Made Brewing location:

768 S Cooper St
Memphis, Tennessee