Team RWB Springfield MO May 2019 Activities

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We are fired up about the upcoming events!   

The month of May is dedicated to honoring our Team RWB military veterans who we lost in 2018.  At the end of the month (May 27th) we’ll be doing The Murph in honor of LT. Michael P. Murphy, a navy seal.  Each week of the month we’ll be honoring a different militaryTeam RWB member with a workout that will eventually prepare us for the full out Murph at the end of the month.  Our workouts will take place at Phelps Grove Park at 950 E Bennett St, Springfield, MO 65807.  These are our weekly Sunday Funday and Tuesday Throwdown workout groups.

Week One is in honor of two Eagle Leaders that were killed in the Borderline Bar & Grill shooting in November 2018 in Thousand Oaks, CA.  (Daniel Manrique and Justin Meek) Every part of our workout will help us remember these two heroes.  Please come out and work hard in remembrance of them.   

WeekTwo is dedicated to Eagle Leader and CrossFit enthusiast Katy Young. Katy was an Eagle Leader in the Cincinnati Chapter. This week’s workout will be a little more difficult than week one.

Week Three is dedicated to Cadre Roony. This week’s workout was created when Cadre Roony was diagnosed with Stage IV pancreatic cancer. GORUCK worked with him to put this WOD together so that you can complete this virtual WOD in support of Cadre Roony. Cadre Roony passed away on April 3rd, 2019 after his battle with pancreatic cancer.  Remember these workouts are on Sunday’s at 9:00 a.m. and Tuesday’s at 6:00 p.m.The new location is Phelps Grove Park located at 950 E Bennett St, Springfield, MO 65807.  Look for Sean!

Please go to our webpage for the dates and times for these events. Make sure to register for each event and check in when you get there. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me or ask the leader at your event. 

Don’t forget to meet up with Kesta for our Run groups that meet on Monday’s and Tuesday’s at 6 p.m. and Saturday’s at 7:30 a.m. 

On May 9th, our new “Can Do Hiking Team” will meet at Brookline Park at 6 p.m.  The location will rotate between Lake Springfield and Brookline Park. The leaders are Sgt Robert Crampton Retired US Army and his wife, Ann. Robert is the President- CEO- Founder of Volunteers for Outdoor Missouri, Inc. The first and third weeks in the month will be at Lake Springfield. The second and fourth weeks are at Brookline Park. When the hike is at Lake Springfield, we will meet at the Boathouse.  When it is at Brookline Park, we will meet at the Pavillion. 

On May 17th (Friday) join us for our Coffee and Conversation at 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. We will be at Cafe B-29 at 1751 W State Hwy J, Ozark, MO 65721. It is across the street from Lamberts in Ozark. 

On May 19th we’d like to encourage everyone to Join Ruck 417 in their Memorial Day Ruck. To register go to  memorialruck.com

On May 22nd at 5:30 p.m., we are also joining Ruck 417 on the Thursday prior to Memorial weekend. We will be placing flags at each headstone at the Missouri National Veterans Cemetery. Flags will be provided by the cemetery. 

We are rescheduling The Military History Ruck and Run Obstacle Course that was scheduled for Memorial Day weekend to Sunday September 8th. Instead, we will meet that weekend (Sunday) for a hike and kayak/canoe on May 26th at HahaTonka State Park.  Please come out and join us. We can meet at the 14.5 mile marker to put kayaks or canoes in the Big Niangua River Trail and go up the river toward Tunnel Dam and Lake Niangua. Remember we will meet at Missouri D (mile marker 14.5) in Camdenton, MO 65020. 

If you would like to work as a volunteer for the Military History Ruck and Run Obstacle Course, please let us know now.  We need people at the obstacles to direct people and ask the questions. To register, please go to this link: http://militaryhistoryrun.com/ We’re looking forward to seeing you!

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