It’s battle of the bags and it’s tournament style! We will be hosting a Jweg Bags Tournament on July 16th to bring our extended family together to honor the 3rd anniversary of Justin’s passing, July 10, 2019. (Or as we like to call it, the 3rd anniversary of Justin getting his wings).
The tournament will run as a bracket style, single elimination & winner takes all with 64 teams of partners competing against one another with a chance for a team to win $500! Details outlined below:
Seven Bridges Ice Arena
We will be playing on the indoor soccer field upstairs from the ice rink.
Please enter through Whiskey Hill Taproom 6690 IL-53 Woodridge, IL 60517
Time of Event:
The event begins at 4:00pm on July 16th.
What To Know:
- Signing up is on a first come first serve basis
- Once we reach 64 teams, two people/team, we will close the tournament sign up!
- To secure a spot, please contact one of our board members and advise on the full names of the players. If you do not know any of the board members' contact information, message us on Instagram, Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org we will point you in the right direction.
- Team cost is $100
- To secure your spot, you must pay asap
- We will be accepting Venmo as our primary source of payment but open to other sources if needed
- With your team sign up, each member will get a Jweg Bags Tournament Shirt, a chance to win $500 and food at the event (pizza and salad)
- IF you do not want to sign up for a team but still want to come support and celebrate with us, you can contact one of our board members and the cost is then $20/person to attend, giving you access to pizza, salad, awesome hangs and celebrating the BEST human we’ve ever known, Justin.
- We WILL have a full CASH bar available too
We look forward to seeing everyone there!
To our Justin JosephBabycakes,
Despite the rain, 250 people showed up in raincoats with umbrellas. You touched or crossed paths with each and every one of them. Your courage was inspiring, your strength was unmatched, your smile infectious. We hope we can make a difference in DSRCT cancer research so no family, young adult, teen or child has to ever deal with what you did. You are loved and missed beyond words! Thank you for being such an incredible light in this world for such a short time. We love you, and will continue to help others as you would have.
We strive to honor members of the NCHS and Wisconsin-Whitewater communities who are living life with similar qualities and characteristics that Justin possessed.
In 2016, Justin had just finished his first year of college at the university of Wisconsin whitewater. A few weeks after returning home from competing in the division 3 college baseball World Series, he was diagnosed with desmoplastic small round cell tumor sarcoma.
Determined to overcome the awful hand he was dealt, Justin continued to live life the only way he knew how, always being humble and kind. Justin battled for over 3 years undergoing multiple surgeries, several rounds of chemotherapy, and radiation. He did not lose his fight with cancer as the fight was never fair from the beginning. With the amazing support of friends and family Justin’s memory lives on forever.