12/24/2020, 5:30am | The Sandlot | Papillion, NE| 10 degrees but feels like -6. 15 mph wind.
“Tundra Mosey Through Papillion”
# of PAX: 10
Firewalker, Jean Claude, Trench, Ferdinand
Ferdinand welcomed the Pax to F3 – reminding them of the mission to Plant, Serve and Grow small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership. No FNGs today!
Ferdinand went on to cover the 5 core principles of F3.
1) Open to ALL men.
2) Always Free.
3) Always held outdoors.
4) Led in a rotating fashion.
5) Ends with a Circle of Trust (COT).
Ferdinand shared the “Tundra Route” with the pax. We were running by 5:31am.
We ran east on Papio Trail and headed south on 72nd street. We continued our mosey from 72nd & Cederdale to 84th and Cederdale. We then headed North to Lincoln Street and back east to The Sandlot. We only had one PAX member (Jean Claude) fall on this cold slippery morning! It ended up being right at 4 miles!
We started Mary and did 30 Sarpy Slammers IC in a rotating fashion touching every PAX member three times. We then went into Name-o-rama. The following members were present for a total of 10PAX members: KOA, Gunner, Squeaky Clean, Tony the Tiger, Trench, Zorro, Jean Claude, Maaco, Firewalker, Ferdinand….barista Knobs!
Announcements/Prayer Requests: – PAX asked to remember that CSAUP was coming up January 2nd. – Santa Saunter run on Saturday Dec 26th(Currently 23 signed up).- We were reminded to utilize the Matrix Virtual AO as it’s a great workout and then PAX members grab coffee after.- Members asked to keep everyone in their thoughts and prayers over the holidays.
Ferdinand started off by thanking all of the PAX members for showing up and bringing food donations for Food Bank for the Heartland. He then went into his COT which was about ‘What you put into something is what you’re going to get out of it.’ He explained that this goes into being a husband, father, leader, worker, neighbor, PAX member, etc. He explained that if you want something bad enough and you put forth the effort then the reward will be meaningful. He wished everyone a Merry Christmas and then we all made memories with laughter, coffee, and stories!
Ferdinand headed to Food Bank for the Heartland to drop off our food donations!