• When: 2019-08-09
  • QIC: You, Your Fellow PAXs.
  • The PAX: Midlands F3 and the Oliver Gospel Mission.

4th Annual F3 Midlands/Oliver Gospel Mission Cookout August 9

Folks, the 4th Annual F3 Midlands/Oliver Gospel Mission Cookout is August 9 at 4:30pm-8:00pm at the Pine Island Club on Lake Murray. Type in “Pine Island” in Google Maps or plug in 34.06974, -81.25744 for directions.  We’ll eat at 6:00.  Look for the sign up link below to help with food/hardware items.

Last year 60 good men throughout the Midlands enjoyed the lake cookout.  We’ve had some epic volleyball matches, corn hole tourneys, great sunsets, hot summer afternoon swims, and of course good food/fellowship.  You’ve never not had a good time when gathering with F3 men.

One goal of this fellowship is to provide a fun evening to the men in the Oliver Gospel Mission (OGM) who are participating in a vigorous yearlong addiction program.  On occasions, leaving the OGM is a must for a strong mental, physical, and spiritual outlook.  This cookout provides one such occasion as the “program” men experience the beauty of Lake Murray for about four hours.  It’s important.  Did you know that there’s an F3 AO for these men in the addiction program?  “The Mission” AO is a boot camp style workout on Saturdays and a running group on Mondays.  And that brings us to some F3 opportunities with OGM.  1) Support and keep up with “The Mission” AO by following the AO Twitter site, @F3TheMission.  2) Post a few times this year at “The Mission”, it meets on Saturdays at 0830 at 700 Hampton St 29201, Memorial Park.  Organize a trip on your AO calendar to “The Mission” or head over OYO, the men will offer a hardy welcome of burpees, suicides, blocks and more importantly, support.  3) Q some this year at “The Mission”, just respond to @F3TheMission, we know how important this job is to our own AO. 4) Run with the men on Monday’s, contact @chrissmith_sc or the AO twitter site.

Sign Up Link to Help With Food/Hardware Items:

Food and Hardware Signup for August 9 Cookout

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