Wednesday, August 17
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Always 70 and Sunny
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Six PAX met to discuss a variety of leadership topics this time with most conversation around Freed to Lead now that some of the PAX are reading it for the first time. If you have not read this book, its a good time to do so to find out more about the founding philosophy behind our movement. We discussed regional expansion and thoughts on a timeline for establishing leadership. We also found out that EF Hutton wants to run a HDHH on a day other than Wednesday. More to follow. Recording info on slack. Remember this is an open conversation…

Seven met virtually for the initial leadership discussion topics including. All are invited. Intentionality; what does it mean to expand leadership opportunities; site Qs; different leadership styles and opportunities3rd F inclusion of other faithsWhat will it take to fill the Q sheet? A model / template to help VQs get started. Commz strategy for VQ? Q school.Float more copies of Freed to Lead amongst the PAX. Re-read if you have not for a while. 1 week reading challenge. NMS – There is a balance YHC is seeking… both ready to come out of the gate with direction, but want to…

PAX at 2d F included Honeydo, Faceplant, Flatline, Lab Rat, and Ronnie. Alas they missed Currahee but the out of towners did get free beer – all as promised. NMS – Fun was had by all and different libations were on order after the first $8.50 Guinness. A pint of beer should be cheaper than a gallon of petrol. Some PAX started a bit early to catch the first games of the NCAAB round of 64 Including the SpidURS who beat down Iowa. Go SpidURs! We also made a friend from Minneapolis who was quite interested in UNC shellac-ing Marquette,…

What a truly wonderful sunny and 70 degree afternoon we had for Punisher. YHC was excited to have a gang to test a new workout routine to wrap up the Monday for this week. Rolled into the parking lot with alot of text updates of folks not going to post and I see a lone brother in the name of Upchuck stretching and getting ready. 6pm rolls in, it’s just up to us to get going so we decide to do the COP…While running a couple of laps we discuss earlier workouts from the morning (Peloton for CB and and…

Corned Beef, Mr Rogers, Tryhard and Hitchhiker Last Thursday 4 brothers converged with Project Homes and their volunteers to build a Ramp for a Chesterfield Resident in need. Weather was great and we finished before 11:30am. We will have more dates later this spring including a weekend date! Please contact Corned Beef if you are interested and thank you to Mr Rogers, Tryhard and Hitchhiker for your time and effort on this ramp. Have a great week! Cheers….CB

We had our first ramp build with the F3 RVA group and some reinforcements from NewEastern Construction (Ryan Primm, Eduardo Torres and Antonio Mendoza). With the cold temperatures the build started an hour later, but that did not matter as with the motivation and skill of this group we finished the two ramps and packed everything up for the photo shoot by 11:15 am! This ramp was special as it is for a young man (Samar Lemons) who was crippled in a High School football game. The project homes team scheduled this to make sure it was completed prior to…

15 men, a few M’s, and several 2.0s converged on Hardywood for a 2nd F opportunity to combine our donations for the clothing and shoe drive yesterday. It was a strong showing that came to discuss leadership, giving, and along the way throw back a few Gingerbread stouts in standard F3 fellowship fashion. The Thang- Show up with donations for the Karatas clothing and Shood shoe drive. Get in line, grab a beer, and enjoy the company of like minded men and their support teams (Ms and 2.0s). Mosey to a table that we couldn’t seem to get long enough…

A cool six-pack showed up in a strange place for a strange brew of options. Temperatures were 70 and sunny outside, and between 38-55 degrees in the froth. According to the brewmaster, the following likely happened: Circle up. Mosey inside for a double-check. The PAX discussed 17 year cicadas and whether they were the name of the beer or present in the beer or both. YHC did 2-3 SSHs (for real) to both begin the COP and conclude the workout. Don’t say YHC didn’t exercise. Lockjaw, Dial-up, and YHC proceeded outside to initiate the longest COT of the year. Soon,…

Gents, it has become tradition at the annual inaugural F3 RVA retreat to have a friendly little Cornhole competition. Somehow YHC has twice snatched defeat from the jaws of victory along with everyone else not sporting a fuzzy caterpillar. Find a partner and start training, this year the Stacheholes go down. The rules are simple, throw the bag into the hole. Tournament is double elimination and there’s a mighty fine prize on the line. Highly recommended that you and your partner represent different nanoregions. Retreat is September 25th, tournament will start mid-afternoon. Sign up here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-L8e9W24ygnU0suaGyKxzi1PgPqY1CBd57hLrKTZI-g/edit#gid=53036266

I am trying to track down a guy whose F3 name is “Clown Cars” — possible last name is “Tedesco.” He participated in the GrowRuck a few years ago. Any leads would be appreciated — especially a hospital name and mobile number. Thanks! F3 Johnsonville (flbiggs@gmail.com)

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