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PAX, 2018 was an amazing year in F3 Hampton Roads. This is due to the hard work put in by the High Impact Men (HIM) of the area. Thank you for all you have done to grow this region. Below you will find important announcements and links as we move into the next year. Let’s make 2019 even better than this year. Keep giving it away and always be headlocking (#ABH).   1stF (Fitness): New Years Day Convergence, 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. TOMORROW, Western Branch Middle School, Chesapeake, VA. NO workouts at #DuckDuckGoose (Carrollton) or #StankHill (Virginia Beach). Launch of…

3 men took some time during this Christmas season to a meal a to some of those that could use some good comfort food and solid conversation. We pulled out at 5:10 with food ready to be severed. YHC had some trouble with following directly but after a quick detour to the front of the building we made our way up the stairs. We were greeted with a friendly welcome and got to work setting up. On the meal today was some chicken and dumplings, apples, mashed potatoes with gravy, salad, and finally a Richmond staple Ukrop’s cake We had…

3 thankful Pax descended upon 180 Belt Blvd. for the latest installment of Breaking Bread.  According to the loitering customers next door at Wendy’s, here’s how the evening went: Seymour and Malcolm arrived first to scout the AO.  Swirly would be proud – 40 minutes ahead of start time (ironically, start time for dinner actually is 5:30, only this event is “p.m.”).  UpChuck pulled in about 5:12.  Pax unloaded and set-up ham, mashed potatoes, green beans, King Hawaiian rolls, and cookies. What was the world like prior to Costco quantities?  Add to the food a quick set-up of plates, cutlery, etc.…

Thanksgiving Quiz Question 1: Where was the first Thanksgiving in America held? Answer: Virginia.  That’s easy.  As early as 1610.  9 years before some Massachusetts Pilgrims scraped up their new Plymouth by crashing into a rock on their way home from a baahhhh. Question 2: What is a HIM? Answer: High Impact Man.  This weekend, it’s YOU! Question 3: Who will be a HIM for 2.5 hours on Sunday, November 25, 2018. Answer: You Question 4: What is needed? Answer: F3 RVA sponsors Breaking Bread one Sunday evening each month.  This month, it falls on Thanksgiving weekend. As of Tuesday, no one had signed…

Thanksgiving Quiz Question 1: Where was the first Thanksgiving in America held? Answer: Virginia.  That’s easy.  As early as 1610.  9 years before some Massachusetts Pilgrims scraped up their new Plymouth by crashing into a rock on their way home from a baahhhh. Question 2: What is a HIM? Answer: High Impact Man.  This weekend, it’s YOU! Question 3: Who will be a HIM for 2.5 hours on Sunday, November 25, 2018. Answer: You Question 4: What is needed? Answer: F3 RVA sponsors Breaking Bread one Sunday evening each month.  This month, it falls on Thanksgiving weekend. As of Tuesday,…

2 dads and 2 sons met up with pots, pans and other assorted cooking implements to feed some folks at Breaking Bread on a Sunday evening.  This is how it all got eaten: -Warmup:  lug all Lab Rat’s crap up the steps.  Let Cliffhanger know that he’s cooking. -THANG:  The Chicken Bog:  Saute some onions, garlic and sausage and warm up the broth.  Combine above with fresh pulled chicken and rice.  Cook for 20 minutes.  Load up bowls and serve with butter bread. Mary:  mint chocolate chip ice cream (plus some other kind, who cares?) plus chocolate chip cookies. NMS: …

For all of those who are interested and available to go with me, I am planning a trip to Wilmington, NC to assist in hurricane Florence recovery and donate time and goods for the weekend of 10/26-10/28.  Here is the basic plan: Friday 10/26: Load up the trucks and leave Hampton Roads after work (approx. 6pm). Drive to my in-laws’ house in Angier, NC (arrive approx. 9:30pm).  They have plenty of room for anyone that wants to come (they can comfortably house about 15 visitors).  We will spend the night there. Saturday 10/27: Get up early on Saturday morning to…

YHC and his 2.0’s took several warm pizzas over to Breaking Bread this evening.  My kids were able to help serve dinner while engaging in conversation with some of the residents.  What a beautiful thing to see as a parent coupled with the invaluable experience for the children.  Labrat, thanks for putting this program together, we love it! -Slurpee

4000 ~ That’s the number of time YHC worried about this event. 0 ~ That’s the number of times God didn’t provide all I, F3 Nation, and Speed for Need (SFN) needed. This was the first time the chariots left the hallowed grounds of the Carolinas and it was imperative that everything go smoothly. Well, as the event drew closer, it was becoming more and more obvious that this was going to be anything but smooth. We will get to that later. First things first: Why did Speed for Need make the voyage to Virginia? Based on all that I…

Gumbo and his 2.1 and 2.2 (Redbird and Snare) and two 2.0 friends filled up the Gumbo-mobile with Chicken Fiesta and headed to The Daily Planet to “break bread” with the folks there.  We dished out some delicious rotisserie chicken, rice, salad and, of course, some fried Yuca.  It was a great time.  The 2.0s all took orders, served plates of food, and engaged in great conversation. Just like the first time I Q’d Breaking Bread, this is a wonderful opportunity for 2nd F and 3rd F and to meet and share some food and fellowship with some great folks who…

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