Join us for our first ever obstacle challenge race with all proceeds benefiting Tiger Pause Youth Ministry. This extreme challenge will include many obstacles that will push your muscles and will power to the limit and is not for the faint of heart. The object of the challenge is to see how many times you can complete the course in 25 minutes. The course contains physical endurance challenges as well as various obstacles.
Cash prizes for the top three male and female participants. All participants receive a t-shirt, gift bag, and lunch. A street fair will provide entertainment, food, and activities for all our spectators. Click here to find out more or register.
Opportunity to Help
We need volunteers for our RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE Obstacle Challenge event on Saturday, April 27. If you would be willing to donate some time and receive a free t-shirt, please complete our online volunteer form at: tigerpause.net/volunteer
Downtown Center Update
We’ve had a great year with all the kids. Lately, we’ve been studying on who God is and how we receive His love. We’ve also been encouraging the kids to memorize verses of praise and instruction from the word of God.
Mike Lyons, an 11th grader and his brother Pete, a 10th grader, both placed first in their grade at the MAC Powerlifting competition at Blackhawk High School. It’s always nice to let our friends in Chippewa know that the Tigers still roar in the 15010 jungle.
Nya Coleman, our Tiger Pause office assistant, is competing in Beaver County’s Outstanding Young Women Scholarship Pageant on Saturday, April 20th at Beaver High School. She will be competing against other 11th grade girls from around Beaver County for a $4,000 scholarship. We’re so proud of the accomplishments and endeavors of these Tiger Pause alumni.
Dan Duffy and Nancy Johnson have both joined the Tiger Pause Board of Directors. Dan and Nancy will be great assets to Tiger Pause as we continue to develop the Eye of the Tiger gardening ventures as well as educational enrichment opportunities in our after-school programs.
Mr. Doug Carson has moved on to City Council. We are thankful for Mr. Carson’s six years of service at Tiger Pause and ask that you continue to pray for him as he diligently seeks to make a difference in his community.
Please pray for ample eager and enthusiastic contestants for the Rumble in the Jungle event as well as their safety while competing.
Also, please keep our staff in your prayers as we are completing our after-school programs in the next several weeks and we all need strength and focus to finish well.
As always, please continue to pray for peace throughout our city and neighborhoods.
Many thanks to youth groups of Pathway Church and Grace Community Church as they poured concrete in a tight crawl space, insulated an attic, and worked on the continual transformation of our 10th Ave. Garden. Stop by and take a look at our garden’s progress at 1117 10th Ave.