4 Rounds NFT of:
15 Dumbbell Thrusters
10ea Side Plank Ups
15 Glute Bridges
Work up to something really frackin heavy today.
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Finish with a 2:00 Couch Stretch on each Side
Huge thanks to everyone who came out and made Homebrew To The Rescue a huge success. We were able to raise $4,403 for The Rockaway Rescue Alliance and The Graybeards who are working hard to help those affected by Hurrican Sandy. The breakdown for funds raised is detailed here:
House Tickets: $383
CFSBK would like to thank: Julie Barnard (JB) who was the mastermind behind the event and wrangled all the cats into one box for HB2R. The Foxes were the gym liaison who brought it to life and did all the heavy lifting involved. Everyone who donated food, raffle prizes, time and talents to make the event a community effort. Also, we can’t forget the brewers..
Andrew, Dylan & Bill Billingsgate Belge Speciale
Brett Taylor Debaser, Single IPA
Fritz Fernow Vienna’s Pail, 4.8% ABV
David Privler Whalemina Amber Ale
Mary Izett Series of Sours
Clinton Stauffer Carroll St. Kolsch
Strong Rope Brewery’s Fence Hopper, Hoppy Honey Ale
Derek Getschow Orange Bear, Hefeweizen w/ Orange
Tim Fusco BlueDoor Brew, Gluten Free
CFSBK Book Club Meeting Tonight
The Book Club will be meeting this evening at 5pm at Pacific Standard to discuss the final book of 2012, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”. If you’ve read the book come on down for a pint and some conversation. We’ve posted the discussion questions on the event page.
GOWANUS CANAL HURRICANE SANDY FLOODING MAP
Friends of Brooklyn Community Board 6, Inc. (FBCB6) is assembling an inventory of the impacts from Hurricane Sandy and the Nor’easter on local businesses, property owners, and community organizations. We have created a Google Collaborative map for the Gowanus Canal corridor and are gathering information about how properties were specifically affected.
Please share this map with people in the Gowanus area who have been affected by the storm. You can access the map at the following link here
Was your property affected? Add a pin and tell us:
· Your Street Address (with name of business, if applicable)
· What you experienced (e.g.; flooding, damage to building, damage to property, loss of electricity, etc.)
· Photographs of damage (if available) For more information about this initiative, please contact Melissa
Umberger, FBCB6 Project Manager at (718) 643-3027, extension 203 or email planner@BrooklynCB6.org.
Thanks to Melon W who passed this along to us!
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