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Time to Rock & Roll at Ignition

9 Pax joined came out to Ignition and got used to carrying some rocks around campus.

Grab a “running” rock from pile. Chatter starting already that pax afraid it will be like crossing the Delaware River as we heard Deadwood’s Q included Saturday. But low and behold everyone stayed dry.
With rock in hand continue to mosey down concrete pathway towards HS parking lot. Along the way alternate with rock in right, left, and both hands doing shoulder press.

Once in parking lot put rocks down and line up along line. Do multiple running warmups back and forth. Unfortunately, just did not feel right to do A or B skips without Brat in attendance, so those were saved for another day.

Stacked 4 Corners:
Run to corner 1 do exercise, return to start. Run to corner 1 do exercise, run to corner 2 do exercise, return to start….

Start: 10 Merkins
Corner 1: 20 Squats
Corner 2: 30 Mt Climbers (15/leg)
Corner 3: 40 Curls w/ Rock
Corner 4: 50 LBC

Upon completion. Get with group and do burpee indian run to all are completed. Once all completed everyone grab a rock and burpee indian run around parking lot. Upon running to front Pax at front hold rock over head until next Pax arrives. Continue to 2 circles by Football Stadium

Partner Rock Run:
Partner Up and P1 run one way around circle w/ rock over head. P2 run to bottom circle and around. When meet partner complete 5 hand slap merkins. Trade rock and continue. Complete 5 rounds

Once complete Rock Burpee Run to Transporter Shed – Wall Sit and 20 x Jabs IC

Once complete mosey with rock up concrete path to 2nd light from COT lot.

Curl/Tyson Suicide Run:
All pax walk and do curls to next light with rock. Drop Rock and run to Transporter’s Shed and do 100 5 x Mike Tysons (This was not Recalc/Hooch’s AMRAP). Return to rock and repeat – curl to next light and run to Transporter Shed…


  • Great work from all. As we were getting close to 5:15 YHC and Hollywood surprised by high # of attendees for Ignition. Not sure if due to Hollywood not Qing or YHC Qing and expecting low mileage. Either way it worked.
  • Hollywood decided to get the excavator out for his running rock this morning. Still was not large enough to drag him back to the 6
  • Bottlecap put in the work and did best Big10/Longhorn impression of leaving before Name O Rama
  • Deadwood nipping on the heels of Hollywood/BC for lead. Was thinking about jumping ship to Moneyball Q when initally saying YHC plan was to set all time mileage low at Ignition. Appeared to appreciate staying on as he completed 5.7 miles today.
  • Fuse making 2nd straight trip out to Ignition. Was promised if he continues to come out he will have opportunity to spend quality time with Gisele…Unfortunately we fused it and meant spending time with Gazelle. Oops our bad.
  • Deflated – leading the mumble chatter all day, unfortunately none of us were able to hear it
  • Banjo – strumming along all day until end when it was time to see a man about a horse. With dilemma of being accused of Hooching it, we decided to head back to COT. Luckily he was able to complete his duty and make it back to us in time for Name O Rama
  • Rubbermaid continues to push the mileage every week and unfortunately appeared to be upset with YHC decision to take cliff notes from Q school and stacking exercises and doing a burpee/overhead rock/indian run
  • Gerber – appears to have called Jiffy Hip and is fully healed andback at it and quickly moving up through the ranks
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A Dry Barn Burner Today

9 Pax came out to Ol’ 87 and were surprised that we would avoid any running in the rain today. In fact the whole workout was scheduled to be completed under the portico. Now, what is the reasoning for this:

1. Did not want to hear complaints from MB regarding running around in rain
2. Saw that Posse, held the group at Chiseled to just over 1 mile of running yesterday, and figured hold my beer as YHC will further reduce the mileage today much to dismay of Deadwood. (Double Win)
3. YHC was not sure how bad the weather was going to be and already decided to keep contained to avoid wet sneakers

At start with 2 mins to go, YHC began going through DCCS, and look who comes strolling in but Recalc with a hat similar to below. Appears he has taken safety to whole new level when talking about wet DCCS.

Mosey to portico and then begin running laps around outside of picnic benches
Circle up
40 x SSH
15 x Imperial Walkers
20 x Low slow squats
20 x merkins

Break up into 2 teams and walk through competition that would include using the 45 lb plates so kindly provided by Bottlecap in various relay races to 25 laps.

Round 1: Pinch Grip around cone while pax does step ups
Round 2: Hair Burners and derkins
Round 3: Pinch Grip around cone while pax does in/out on benches
Round 4: Overhead Plate run to parking lot while pax does squats/derkins

After each round losing team had to do 10 burpees. Kudos to team of Zin, MB, Deadwood, Recalc winners of all 4 rounds. They were able to not only win with YHC holding them down in first 2 rounds. But after making an in season trade of YHC for a future player to be named later, continued to crush it.

Doughboy – makes the 45 lb plates look like 25 lbs in those big old paws.
Deadwood – YHC felt like a cowboy wrangling a colt by keeping him in the barn and not allowing him to reach minimum of 3 miles for 2nd day in row.
Bottlecap – good push and way to keep the team competitive. Reverse effect when BC is holding those 45 lbs weights with those tennis arms – looks like he is holding some circus weights today
Loafer – good to see you 2x this week. Way to push the pace and get back into this week.
Zin – good chatter today from you today, and way to double down with a Clyent Dinner Q tonight
Recalc – enjoyed the hat choice today, look forward to first AMRAP tomorrow. Will there be birthday cake in celebration of 51?
Moneyball – way to get after it, but watching you do hair burners is like watching Sid the Sloth from Ice Age pushing a weight
Easy Button – unfortunately was not able to be on the winning side today, but great effort. YHC sure that he will be looking to stack the team next time we have a relay competition

Come on out to Clyent Dinner tonight for a Zin led Q. Be sure to have photo id, and wristbands will be handed out starting at 5:30. Should be a fun go!

Continue to keep Lynn Marie in prayers, and please say prayer for George YHC father-in-law who goes in for heart valve replacement surgery tomorrow and for Hooch’s son Carson who is also undergoing surgery tomorrow as well.

Just keep moving

With the temperatures supposed to reach a high of 37* in Western Union County, a group of 10 strong showed up for the first iteration of Flash expecting to be kept warm. The goal was to just keep the heart rate up and keep moving.

Warm up:

  • 37 SSH
  • 15 Imperial Walkers
  • Jimmy Dugans
  • Plank to stretch back to plank
  • 10 Merkins

The Thang: like I said, just keep moving

  • Mosey on down halfway to Transporter’s shed, toe tap LBC’s
  • Squats, mosey to the shed
  • Air Presses and Donkey kicks, mosey to the stairs
  • Calf raises, mosey back to the back half loop over near the football field
  • Partner up, jump squats, merkins, and speed skaters. Mosey some more
  • Fence squats, mosey
  • SSH’s, mosey
  • WWII situps, mosey
  • To the side of the high school and more Air presses, mosey to the next opening
  • Air jabs, mosey
  • Bear crawl to the rock benches
  • Partner back up for dips and step ups, mosey
  • Middle school bus side portico and do squats, mosey
  • Front of the school for incline merkins
  • Mosey back to the COT


We finished just north of 3.1 miles and never stopped moving while keeping the 6 close by. Old MacDonald looked like young MacDonald and Jingles is a sandbagging son of a biscuit. Someone say biscuit? Well done Boberry way to get back out there and press on.

For the other guys who didn’t get mentioned specifically great job. Way to fight off the fartsack. I appreciated the opportunity to lead you fine gentlemen and look forward to future workouts.

2019 WUC Challenge Update

So the 2019 challenge has been more challenging then many can imagine, due to YHC having to be at corporate have not had much time to dedicate to tracking, reviewing scale pics (many need some pedicures), and sending out update. But have decided to schedule a “conference call” to get out first round of updates.

Note: Current scoring excludes unofficial weight loss #’s will try to get a good update from all next week to include.

Deadwood / Tupperware12
Rudy / Recalc10
Foundation / Rubbermaid10
Zin / Dancing Bear9
Banjo / Jingles6
Wedding Singer /Knish1

Deadwood /Tupperware – it appears in week 1 they do what they know best and that is Q. Unfortunately points for Qing are capped, so Deadwood will not be able to Q himself to victory here. But he has taught the young jedi how to gain points by Qing at Chiseled last week and have started off with a solid 12 point posting performance. Also – Kudos for bringing along a FNG

Rudy/ Recalc – appears that Recalc is going to lean on the Golden Domer to bring home a victory in this competition. Rudy not only timed up his VQ correctly, he was consistent in posting even if it meant coming in at Jingles time to make Chiseled. Recalc went MIA for a bit during week and was off normal posting schedule but was able to still break out the Karate Kid headband for a 4 pt performance. We will see if Coach Hurley will inspire a better performance in upcoming weeks

Foundation /Rubbermaid – Unfortunately Help Desk was hit with injury bug, but thankfully Rubbermaid has stepped in. Get better soon Help Desk and look to see you back out there soon. YHC has tried to come out gate strong and maybe counteract the late night cookies by attending extra workouts and ensuring a Q mixed in. Excited for opportunity to work with the Lieutenant and finish in the money

Zin having to carry the weight by attending workouts, but Dancing Bear doing best to send others to workouts while catching a few extra Zzzz’s in the morning. Dancing Bear – way to work the loop hole and still collect points from comfort of bedroom.

Banjo / Jingles – have split duties with Banjo attending workouts and Jingles on the mend for few he has resorted to starvation to collecting points. Jingles has unintentionally assisted YHC with losing appetite by sending scale pic with those gnarly talons in focus

Wedding Singer / Knish – started in hole this week and Knish/Commish has been MIA, but we expect to see a resurrection in the coming weeks and rumor has it that Wedding Singer has resorted to only baby formula until competition is over to further slim down.

Overall – good week it appears with many ensuring to attend workouts and push beyond comfort zone. Look forward to seeing results in upcoming weeks.

DCCS, Pair of 7s, and visit from the Webbs

19 Pax showed up at Watchtower this morning for a gentle uplifting workout. But before we get into the particulars we made sure to have a little discussion about DCCS.

DCCS – is something that all Q’s and Site Q’s should concentrate on for 2019.

  • Disclaimer – Ensure disclaimer given
  • CPR Certified Recognition – dibs on BC as he had on the cherry lip balm this morning
  • Cell Phone – ensure at least 1 pax has cell phone on them – we have 3 this morning (thank you)
  • Safety Brief – quick overview of plan and to wear vests if you have them

With that out of the way lets mosey

  • Warmup:
    • 15 x SSH
    • 15 x Imperial Walkers
    • Old Man Stretch (got you MB – welcome back)
    • 25 x Merkins


Pair of 7’s
Partner up with someone and P1 runs one way around 4 islands in Target parking lot P2 runs the other way around.
When you meet up start with 6 x Handslap Merkins.
Continue going in opposite directions.
When you meet again 1 x Handslap Burpee.
Continue going this time 5 x Handslap Merkins and 2 x Handslap Burpees.
Finish when complete 1 x Handslap Merkin and 6 x Handslap Burpees.
When finished join the Burpee Indian Run

Deadwood Webb
Run to island and back to cart return
4 x incline merkins at cart return
Run 2x island and back to cart return
8 x incline merkins at cart return
Lead group completed about 5 rounds before moving to next exercise

Double Barrel Indian Run:
Create 2 lines and Burpee Indian Run around Petco to Hickory Tavern
Back 2 pax in each line drop for burpee and sprint to front.

Frack Webb:
Starting at 1 derkin and 4 dips
Go up to 10 derkins x 40 dips
(Frack would have been impressed with the complaints on this one)
Based on Fuse math we completed 55 Derkins and 220 dips

Dana Webb:
Heels to Heaven/Flutters
Start at 1 Heels (intentional “Heels” just to get Wolfpack fans warm under collar) to Heaven and 4 flutters
Go up to 10 Heels to Heaven x 40 flutters
Completed 55 Heels to Heaven and 220 Flutters

Hooch Time:
Just to ensure we ran over time completed 20 x toe touch LBCs to dismay of Zin


  • Cold pillow next to YHC this morning as Deflated was MIA, waited outside his other home until 5:18 before carrying on without him
  • As 5:30 approaches, YHC trying to do best braveheart impression and hold the group back from going waiting on either the Jingles entrance or One Star/Lazy Boy/Krusty/Boitano clown car to arrive – but again disappointed. The Mini must be in the shop getting a tune up
  • Glad to see Rip Van Winkle Blue Screen made it off the Nali couch this morning and came to workout with us
  • Welcome back Money Ball and liked your cute Little Tykes Deadwood headlamp. Looks like a Mad Dogg colonoscopy scope coming at you when it approaches
  • Strong effort by Fuse on the Webbs and appreciate the math calculation. Look forward to the new exercise to be broken out at next Q
  • Trojan/Inspector Gadget – continue to show up and put forth great effort. Well Done!
  • Ice 9 – always appreciate the superb counting and way to push Deadwood during the 7’s


  • Collective Prayer request for Longo Family on Wednesday 1/16 from 7 – 8 pm. Where ever you are, please take a moment to pray for the family so we can join our hearts together to pray for this family
  • Gremlin (CSAUP event) this Saturday if interested get in contact with Recalc, Dana or Deadwood
  • Q School next saturday hosted by Posse/Moneyball if interested reach out to them – great refresher for all and a excellent program for anyone who has yet to Q

2019 WUC Competition

Competition Info:

  • $25/person to enter (payment can be made via PayPal or Venmo)
  • Each person is randomly assigned a teammate (accountability partner)
    • Selection will be made at Flash on 1/7/19
  • Initial weigh in from 1/3/19 – 1/7/19
  • Competition Runs from 1/7/19 (final initial weigh in) – 3/1/19 (final weigh in)
  • Weekly weigh in between Friday am – Monday am

Points System:

  • 3 pt. per each pound loss of team’s combined total weight
  • 1 pt. per attending F3 sanctioned workout (ex: Flash, Clyent Dinner, Floater, AO in other areas)
  • 1 pt. per Q (max 1 pt. per team per week)
  • 1 pt. for bringing FNG

Bonus Points:

  • 1 pt. for each 10 lbs. lost by team
  • 1 pt for reporting team results by Monday before Noon
  • 1 pt. for VQ
  • 1 pt. for FNG coming back for 2nd workout within 7 days of initial post
  • 1 pt. per person for valid CPR certification


  • Top 50% qualify for distribution of pool money
  • Payout based on Team’s % of points among qualified teams

Example of Payout below:

Pool $500
TeamPts Earned% of Top 5Payout
Team 110032%$158.23
Team 29028%$142.41
Team 36019%$94.94
Team 43812%$60.13
Team 5289%$44.30
Team 6200%$0.00
Team 7200%$0.00
Team 8180%$0.00
Team 9160%$0.00
Team 10140%$0.00

Station Workout as we listened to Sound of Silence

Feels good to be back on normal schedule (including Jingles with the 5:32 am arrival) and looking forward to seeing where 2019 brings the WUC pax. 17 pax (even though YHC wanted it to be 15 as I tried to exclude Zin/Banjo from the Name-O-Rama) came out to a gear/station workout today at Chiseled.

Mosey around Mt. Chiseled
15 x SSH
15 x Imperial Walkers
15 x Low Slow Squats
15 x Merkins
15 x Plank Jacks

Station Work 3 rounds total
2 Rounds x 45 sec work/10 sec break
1 round 30 sec work/10 sec break

Station 1: Bicep Curls using resistance bands
Station 2: Jump Rope
Station 3: Merkin Cinder Block Pyramid
Station 4: Agility Ladder
Station 5: Sandbag Burpees
Station 6: Smash Balls
Station 7: Partner Push/Pull
Station 8: Cinder Block Swings
Station 9: Tire Flips
Completion of each round complete 1 lap around Mt. Chiseled

Return all gear to locker and circle back up for Mary.


  • Not too much mumblechatter could be heard over the music this morning….
  • Recalculating looking to make big transformation early in 2019 and drop few lbs. In preparation has decided to wear the Karate Kid – Daniel Son head band as he takes on the Cobra Kai at the Dojo
  • Zin quick to call out that Q fail for lack of music provided as part of station work this morning.
  • Hollywood was seen twitching due to very low mileage output today, but did provide a nice Double Under during jump rope station
  • Strong showing by our Respectable Elders today – FYI Chainsaw is set to Q Monday at Flash. Be prepared for a good ol’ whippin’
  • Fuse appreciate the assistance with getting the gear out this morning
  • Weight Loss Comp details to follow later today. Finalizing the rules and will send out preblast for everyone to read through

2nd Annual EFFEE Awards

Friday 12/7 was a night for the ages as 26 Pax from WUC had the opportunity to celebrate the 2nd Annual EFFEE Awards hosted by Briarcrest.

To kick off the night the red carpet (which Dancing Bear confirmed that the cat did not pee on) welcomed some of the pax finest outfits.

  •  Recalc was in his NJ finest attire reminiscent of when Bobby Hurley was still only playing AAU ball
  • Chicken Little plucked his best feathers from the closet
  • Our Master of Ceremony – Zinfandel was dressed for the occasion and ready to begin the show.

So as the cocktail hour concluded, and guest were told to please proceed to their tables the Lawson group was ready to be ushered into the main clubhouse for the featured event –  oh wait, this is it….Ok, everyone, please find a seat and let the show begin!

Unfortunately, Lt Rubbermaid was unable to attend this evenings event, but luckily, he sent General Pyrex to provide an opening address to the group and our first toast of the night!

At the conclusion of the opening remarks, the MC regained control of the microphone and proceeded with a pinning ceremony for all Participants from non Briarcrest with Participation Ribbons, and then presented all Briarcrest Residents with slightly larger, but most definitely over compensated ribbons to wear for the evening.

Next, we were able to check in with Recalc who was on special assignment as the Field Reporter for the night to get a sense of the crowd.  For his efforts he was awarded a special “49 and Bitchin’ sash.

The next measure of business was to complete a year in review of GroupMe by Bottlecap which included the announcement that in 2018 we have outperformed our forecast of 15,000 messages for the year and have already reached 17,500 YTD.  This was followed by a few charts that showed even with a slow Q2 (related to potential M&A discussions with Slack that GroupMe rebounded in Q3 to reach all new levels.

And after the completion of our trended reports it was now on to the awards.  Below is a list of the awards presented:

  • Triple Crown EFFEE brought to you by – Briarcrest Tractors: These big lots don’t mow themselves
    • Awarded to Moneyball
  • Bear Grylls Award brought to you by- Bonefrog
    • Awarded to Shake & Bake
  • Grumpy Old Men EFFEE brought to you by – Oops I Crapped my Pants: Sometimes Transporter’s Shed is not close enough
    • Awarded to Recalculating
  • Doppelganger EFFEE brought to you by – Frack’s Feeling Helpline
    • Awarded to Foundation
  • Injury Designation EFFEE brought to you by – Rubbermaid’s Anti Fog HG
    • Awarded to Beckham
  • Lurker of the Year EFFEE brought to you by – Scrawny Paper Towels: The crappy paper towels with a fake lumber jack on it
    • Awarded to Lazy Boy
  • Controversy of the Year EFFEE brought to you by – PSA regarding # of days Playhouse has gone without offending someone
    • Awarded to Big 10 on behalf of #thonggate
  • Cat Pee on the Carpet EFFEE brought to you by – Xerox Xtreme Steam
    • Awarded to Dancing Bear
  • Overcompensating EFFEE brought to you by – F3 Secrets: These whales tell tails
    • Awarded to Fuse Box
  • Q of the Year EFFEE brought to you by – Confused Alarm Clocks: Now you can feel free to show up late, leave early, or extend your workout
    • Awarded to Posse for his Bohemian Rhapsody Q
  • It’s a Beautiful Day in Neighborhood EFEE brought to you by – Rubbermaid +Fog: Make that 2 at 5:15, Look like a 10 at 6:15
    • Awarded to all Briarcrest
  • Wrecking Ball EFFEE brought to you by Bonefrog: What has 3 eyes? You and I when we do Bonefrog
    • Awarded to Deadwood
  • Jimmy Dugan EFFEE brought to you by Wildcat Sex Panther Gloves: 60% of the time they stink all of the time
    • Awarded to Mad Dog
  • Clarification EFFEE brought to you by Few’s Fonix: When all else fails, blame your keyboard
    • Awarded to Damascus
  • Humanitarian of the Year EFFEE brought to you by F3 Selfie Booth: We get it, no one else will take your picture
    • Awarded to Zinfandel
  • Bob Ross Pretty Meme Award brought to you by Big 10 Side Straddle Hop Repellent: Make your workout a SSH free zone
    • Awarded to Deflated

At the completion of the awards our MC provided closing remarks and that was a wrap.  Another year in the books and what a year it was.  Can only imagine what 2019 will bring.  Remember if it shows up in GroupMe it has a chance to make into an EFFEE.

In all seriousness it was a great 2nd F opportunity with plenty of laughs at each other’s expense along with true appreciation for how F3 has extended beyond just a workout in the morning with a handful of guys.  Want to especially thank all those that helped with putting on the production and participating amongst each of the EFFEE committees and sub committees.  Want to especially thank Zinfandel for hosting us in the grand  standard ballroom for tonight.  To Deflated for all of your artwork and effort, “we” did a great job on putting those slides together.  To all the pax that could be in attendance it was good fun and should anyone be offended by anything that was said throughout the night be sure to fill out the form on the backside of the program.


Running Places and Doing Things

So I waited over a year to do my first Q, but why not do another just two weeks later? With the weather getting colder I assumed the numbers would be down a bit. I guess the previous days and days of rain made gave some the “cabin fever” and we had 23 strong in attendance.


Mosey to the front of the school, Big 10’s (SSH), Jimmy Dugan’s (just some stretches while avoiding the clap), merkins, and Imperial Walkers

The Thang:

Partner up and head to the back of the school. One partner runs to Transporter’s shed while the other starts hitting lights with merkins and squats. Partner one return and swap until we reach the shed together. At the shed we did some donkey kicks and Mike Tysons. From there we headed over by the football stadium for more partner work. 100 supines (is that a word?), 200 jump squats, 300 200 merkins as a team split up by partners running to the cirlce. From there we ran some more, stopped for Speed Skaters, Sit-ups, Air presses, Jabs and then Step ups.


I’ll be honest with you, I’d like to believe that there should be some humor in these but I’m going on vacation and I wanted to make sure it got out. My first Q didn’t have much complaining, but we made up for it this time. I think I had a bit too lofty of expectations for the number of reps that were appropriate along the way. Might of been too much running too, as Deadwood said he like the amount of running we were doing. I appreciate the work these men put in and thank you all for the opportunity to lead the pack. Great to see Mad Dog back out there, thanks to him for taking us out



  1. No local AO’s on Thanksgiving but a couple of convergence opportunities
  2. Business attire drive – bring your clothes to Bottle cap (unless they fit Foundation)

Extra Ornery Workout Today

22 Pax came out for just another ornery workout this morning.  Could it have been the music, cold weather, or other reasons we do not know, but either way we all found way to get along and push through and break good sweat.


Mosey to rock pile and find a racing fit smedium sized rock and mosey back to flag.

Circle Up

  • SSH
  • Imperial Walkers
  • Jimmy Dugans
  • Merkins
  • Mt Climbers


Using timer 30 sec exercise 1 and 20 sec exercise 2.  Complete 3 rounds of each exercise and then mosey around parking lot = 1 Cycle


  1. Merkins on Rock / Mt Climbers
  2. Lat Raises / Tricep Exentions
  3. Bent Over Rows / Bobby Hurleys
  4. Curls /Chest Press
  5. Big Boy Situps / Halos
  6. Merkins / Smurf Jacks

and some others that YHC cannot recall

Mosey to return rock back to pile and return to start

Partner up.  P1 heads clockwise and P2 heads counterclock wise.  Once meet up complete 5 hand slap merkins and repeat 4x.

Meet back in circle

  • 25 Big Boy Situps / 20 Merkins
  • 20 Big Boy Situps / 15 Merkins
  • 15 Big Boy Situps / 10 Merkins

and that is a wrap.



  • Great having Draper out with us this morning.  Nice addition to our Respect crew.
  • Deadwood appears to have fully recovered from Bonefrog this weekend as he was out front most of day leading Pax
  • Zin finding his place in the front with the short sprints today.  Few in front taking notice
  • 2 flair ups today with Recalc upset with the heavy footing of Deflated on his running and Doc McForm police’s honorary captains Deadwood and Fuse ruffling each other’s feathers
  • We may need to check the facts, but maybe it was Tupperware who choked Hemmingway on his way out and caused the Lieutenant to miss today.


  • Continued Prayers for Mad Dog and wishing for speedy recovery and thank you again and all our veterans for your service!
  • Bottlecap collecting work clothes/winter clothing to be donated at Churh on the Street on 12/2.  He is in town all week so coordinate with him for bringing in any donations
  • SOB Christmas Party on 11/30 at Providence Down South Clubhouse – $25/person and spouse friendly.  Sign up at following link:
  • Clyent Dinner Thursday Night at Food Lion in Waxhaw 6:30 pm.  Come for 45 min workout and stay after for some 2nd F opportunity
  • Gatorcub has career opportunity available for any pax that may be interested.  Position related to mechanical repairs with car washes in Charlotte/Raleigh area.  Reach out if interested or know somebody who would be
  • EFFEE’s scheduled for Dec 7th in Briarwood’s clubhouse.  Time TBD