January 20, 2018

1/27/18 Service Project Preblast

**UPDATED 1/23**

See updated notes in RED below! Please continue to check GroupMe, Twitter, and Facebook for further updates. 

  • Pre-ruck at the Berm at 0600
  • All PAX circle up at the Berm at 0650 for debrief from Four Eyes before heading to the house
  • Please consult Four Eyes about any additional guests (Ms, 2.0s, etc)
  • The owner will be present during the clean-up. Please be sensitive and respectful! 

This Saturday (1/27) we have a great opportunity to serve a neighbor near the Berm. We’re doing this project IN PLACE OF Saturday’s regular workout at the Mothership! Please communicate that to any FNGs you’ve been headlocking!

What: We’ll be cleaning out a house to pave the way toward the owner moving back in. The courts have deemed the house unlivable, and hiring a company to clean it out can cost around $10,000. Our point person is working with Environmental Court and homeowners to address these issues in Memphis. Clean Memphis is delivering two dumpsters, and we’re responsible for getting EVERYTHING out of the house and into the dumpsters. Simple.

QIC: Four Eyes

Who: All F3 Memphis PAX are welcome and encouraged to come. Bring your FNGs. Older 2.0s could help, just use your discernment. Please consult with Four Eyes before bringing any guests!

When: 0650 all PAX circle up at the Berm – clean-up will be 0700-??, Saturday, January 27th – Our job is to clean the house out. End time will depend on how fast we get that done. If you need to leave early or come later, that’s fine, just please show up!

Pre-ruck at the Berm at 0600.There may be a pre-ruck at the Berm before.

Where: Start at the Berm, carpool to 

What to bring: Gloves, dust mask (Four Eyes and Slicnut will have some there); please bring these if you have them available: dollies, wheelbarrows, scoop/transfer shovels; please bring these if you’re feeling generous: drinks/snacks to share with the PAX.

This is a great opportunity to bless a neighbor and show Memphis what F3 is about. This type of work always results in good fellowship and good stories. Don’t miss this!