OPERATION JUSTICE: A Benefit for Local Heros

OPERATION JUSTICE: A Benefit for Local Heros

Location
CrossFit 515 – 3100 SE Grimes Blvd Suite 900 Grimes, IA 50111

Date
Saturday, September 15th, 2012

Time
10:00 AM – Workout explanation and Welcome
10:30 AM – Heats will run every half hour starting at 10:30 and continuing as long as needed.
**Heat times will be announced the day before the event (Friday, September 14th).

Divisions
Partner and Individual Divisions

Donations
$10 minimum donation, additional donations appreciated.
Donations will be accepted thru CrossFit 515 to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. Visit woundedwarriorproject.org for more details on who will benefit from your donations.
NOTE – To make a donation before the event, visit the following website: https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org/group-fundraising/operationjustice515/

Signup
To register, please email info@crossfit515.com with your name and specify which division (partner or individual) you would like to partcipate in, or signup at CrossFit 515 front desk.

Deadline
Registration deadline: Thursday, September 13th

Workout
The hero WOD “Justice” will be done to honor our local fallen heros. The workout will be announced the week before the event. It will be typical of a CrossFit hero WOD, and accommodations for scaling can be made as needed, so all levels are encouraged to participate for this great cause.

“Justice”
Staff Sergeant James Justice, 32, of Grimes, Iowa, was killed April 23, 2011. James volunteered for duty in Afghanistan in early 2011 to be with his unit because he loved his country and felt that is where he should be. After completing a routine security patrol at Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan, word was received of a downed OH-58 Kiowa helicopter in the neighboring Kapisa province north east of Kabul. James and some of his fellow soldiers from the Iowa Army National Guard’s Alpha Troop 1st Squadron 113th Cavalry boarded a UH 60 Black Hawk helicopter to rescue the two man crew of the downed helicopter. After their craft landed the group came under small arms fire. James was killed at the site. He is survived by his wife Amanda and three-year-old daughter Caydence, and parents Larry and Lillian Justice.

Volunteers
Anyone not interested in participating in the workout, we are also asking for volunteers to help setup and keep this event running smoothly. Please email info@crossfit515.com with you name and specify that you are interested in volunteering. We greatly appreciate it.

Spectators
..are more than welcome. Even if you are not interested in participating or volunteering, please feel free to come cheer on your friends, family, and fellow crossfitters.

Questions
Any questions can be emailed to info@crossfit515.com.

Black Star

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