Thursday Make UP and Announcements

Hello CrossFit Flagstaff!

Just some updates and invitations!
#1. 6:30 pm class has been low to zero attendance for quite some time.  We are going to try shifting it to 6:00 pm to see if that helps it grow to being cost effective enough to keep it.  As of next Monday, May 1, the schedule will show 6:00 pm CrossFit WOD and 6:00 pm Foundations at the same time.
#2.  As most of you know Amanda is at Phoenix Children's Hospital with her daughter, Preston, who is sick with an infection and type 2 heart arrhythmia.  We are all sending her our best thoughts for a speedy recovery.  Laura's son also took a spill off of the garden wall outside the gym right on to his head and broke his arm badly, so we had a bit of excitement with the paramedics coming into the gym to take care of him.  He will need surgery, but will be ok, thankfully!  Thank you to everyone for your support, concern, and patience with all of the varied coaches covering Kids and Young Athlete's classes while these 2 are taking care of their families!  We have a meal train set up in the form of donations to help Amanda and her family with eating out and hotels while they are in Phoenix.  That link is:  There are some dates on her meal train, but we aren't sure when she will be home.  We will update those dates for actual meals when we know more.  For now, please just use the donations application.
#3.  John has also been hospitalized for his back injury from his car accident a couple weeks ago.  He is now discharged and carefully walking and getting physical therapy.  We have started a meal train and donation train for him for the next couple of weeks to help him limit his need for driving and moving around too much.  Here is the link to sign up for a meal a day, or shooting him some cash for some take-out meals.  You can drop meals by the gym and we will get them to him.
#4.  HUGE thanks and kudos to Sam, who has been interning on her own accord the last couple of months.  With all of our trainer upheaval these past 2 weeks, she has really stepped up to the plate and taken on some classes for us in our time of need!  Talk about being thrown into the deep end!  Sam has put in a lot of time and self-initiated effort into outside education in gymnastics courses, mobility and injury recovery, and observing coaching and learning from many great coaches, without even knowing if she would have a job with us.  She takes the time to create her own clinics to share her knowledge and make herself better, as well as others.  These efforts of taking the initiative to see a need and jump in and take care of it, and her growing technical knowledge in coaching and managing classes has not gone unnoticed.  We will be bringing Sam on to our already awesome team for the Summer!
Thank you to all for your support and understanding!!
Lisa and Tara
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