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Four young men, Jacob Phillips, Tyler Jacobson, Joshua Hughes and Zach Callaway have been accepted as On-the-Road Missionaries and are in the process of raising funds, being trained and deciding on a trip’s agenda.
The purpose of the trip to Rocklands, South Africa is to be a climbing mission meaning youwill creatively use your time as you are climbing to give witness.
Taxpayers age 70 1/2 orolder can donate up to $100,000 from Roth or traditional IRAs to Solid Rock –Climbers for Christ without including the amount of their IRA withdrawals in gross income.
Last weekend was the Crimpfest at Smith Rock where SRCFC sponsored the event by doing a breakfast (thanks to JoJo, Micah, Rick, Andrew that went super well!
SRCFC Member, Dylan Harris, formerly of Bend, OR, now living in Argentina, has felt led of God to form a SRCFC Chapter in Argentina.
Anak Veerhoeven was featured in our last mailed newsletter, The Vertical Adventure. Since then, she has continued to climb and compete well by sending hard routes outside, placing 2nd in Youth Worlds and doing well for a 16 year old in the adult World Cups.
The Oxford Base of Youth With A Mission (YWAM) is having a Climbing DTS starting in the fall of 2012.
An “outdoor lifestylemagazine” has hit the streets! Finally,you don't have to search all over the internet for outstanding outdoor writingthat intrigues, excites, and inspires; outdoor writing that goes beyond talesof adventure and boasts of individual accomplishment.
Matt Fultz, SRCFC sponsored athlete, sent Warpath, V14, this past weekend. Great job Matt! Perseverance was the name of the game...
Recently, our occasional mailed newsletter, Vertical Adventure, went out. We still mail newsletters for three reasons.