Thursday, June 16, 2005

Z-Coil® Pain Relief Footwear™ Owners March In 17th Annual Fremont Summer Solstice Parade

Your2Feet Exhibits At the Fremont Fair For The Second Year

Seattle, WA - Dr. Lotchie Kerch, a Seattle podiatric physician and foot surgeon, her Your2Feet retail store staff and Z-Coil® Pain Relief Footwear™ customers are starting the summer season celebrating pain relief with other like minded people at this year's 34th Fremont Fair June 18 and 19 and marching in the Fremont Summer Solstice Parade beginning at high noon Saturday June 18.

“The theme for the Solstice Parade this year is Light and Dark.” States an enthusiastic Dr. Kerch. “We are incorporating this theme into our Spring into Wellness participation of Z-Coil® wearers. Come see the Z-Coil® wearing Avenger Superhero take on the forces of pain ( darkness ) in the classic battle of good against evil. We will have a booth on Phinney Ave ( same place as last year ). If you are a Z-Coil® owner, bring your favorite pair of Zs and a smile to share on the 1 and a half-mile march to Gasworks Park. Meet us before noon at the booth or at the parade itself that starts on 36th Ave. We want to spark audience participation with a trampoline to bounce on during the march. Z-Coil® provides more shock absorption ( than regular shoes ) with every step, up to 50%.

Fremont Parade

The Fremont Arts Council presents the 17th year of the largest walking PUBLIC art event in Seattle. Every year, the Seattle community gathers to create a Solstice celebration dedicated to building community through art. The canvas stretches from professional artists, and performers to community groups, schools and individuals creating beautiful, funny, satirical and often unexpected objects and performances.

Fremont Fair

Just about everyone in Fremont has helped or participated in the Fremont Fair in one way or another - it is truly a grass-roots community celebration and a product of all we know and love about the spirit of Fremont.

The Fremont Public Association ( FPA ) took over stewardship of the fair a few years after it's inception. FPA is also the beneficiary of revenue generated by the fair. During the first few years of FPA producing the fair, people were asked to bring canned food to help restart the Fremont Food Bank, which was relocating from the basement of the Fremont Baptist Church, or aluminum cans, to help launch the FPA's curb-side recycling efforts.

Many years later, FPA has grown to one of the largest human service agencies in the city, with almost 30 programs serving low-income individuals and families throughout Seattle, King County and beyond.

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