Eight for An Eight Am Shotgun!

The day light is getting shorter, but the golfer’s are still coming for events and regular play in central Ohio! We had Eight Agronomy Team Members today prepare for an 8:00 AM shotgun on the Players Course and regular play on the Foxfire Course. Matt I took the photo of the parking lot for you sir since you mentioned I did not have any photos with golfer’s in them on the web page! Yes we have people up here in Ohio! The course was set up this morning for the tournament, and the irrigation/drainage project on # 5 Players is now in the finishing stages.

Luis putting the putting green flags back this AM.
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Checking the Foxfire Pumphouse and capturing the sunrise!

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Nancy Mowing Nine Players, and #12 & #13 Players Sunrise over the fairways!

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Sunrise over the Putting Green & Parking Lot!

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Jose mowing #2 Foxfire fairway and I came back this afternoon with the Toro 6700 D for the Stripes are Right in the rough!

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Luis, Jose, Jose, and I installed the pipe, gravel and Charlie was able to grade the dirt back over the area for seed preparation.

Text Book Form Grain Shovel Operation. Notice the tight pattern and placement of the rice rock as it is pitched from the back of the cart! Accuracy is important, and these stones dull the cutting blades.

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Luis, Jose, and Jose installing the drainage tile. Great job guys!

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We will complete the final grade and seed the area!

Deer On the quarry in Galena! Still Surviving running from the Coyotes!

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The Daily Hope by Rick Warren

Sep 16, 2014

Witnesses Just Share What They’ve Seen God Do
by Rick Warren

“Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.” (1 Peter 3:15 NIV)

Everybody you see this week has a hidden hurt. And everybody you meet this week needs a massive dose of hope. When you share hope, you’ll have a willing audience.

The hope that best helps people is the hope from somebody who says, “Been there, done that.” That’s how God wants to use you. God wants you to be a hope dispenser by sharing your experiences and what God has done for you.

The Bible says in 1 Peter 3:15, “Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have” (NIV). God wants you to be his witness.

Most people are scared to death to be a witness. They think a witness means they have to explain why Jesus died on the cross, quote Scripture verses from memory, and know a bunch of theology and doctrine.

You don’t have to know a single Bible verse to be a witness. Do you know the difference between a witness and an attorney? It is the job of the attorney to press the case, to show the evidence, and to ask for a decision. Not once in Scripture does Jesus say, “You will be my attorney.” It’s not your job to convince people to accept Christ. That’s the Holy Spirit’s job. You’re not called to be an attorney. But you are called and commanded by God to be a witness.

What do witnesses do? They say, “This is what I saw. I saw the blue car run into the red car.” Are you an expert on cars? No. Do you know anything else? No. You just share what you’ve seen. That’s called being a witness.

How does God want you to be a witness this week to the unbelievers in your life who are hurting and need hope? He wants you to say, “Pain really got my attention. Let me tell you what I learned. I learned that I need people in my life when I’m going through pain. I learned that God is all I need. You don’t know God is all you need until God is all you’ve got. I learned that God’s going to hang with me no matter what.”

You share the lessons you’ve learned through your pain. You say, “Let me tell you about a time that something bad happened to me but God brought good out of it.” That’s what God commands you to do — pass on your hope.

Talk It Over

What are the good and bad experiences in your life that you believe God can use to impart hope when you share them with someone else?
Think of one person in your life that you can share an experience from your life with this week. What will encourage that person and give hope?
How can you better prepare yourself to be a witness?

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Seven September Days of Weather in Central Ohio

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The first three days brought just over 3″ of rain!

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Happy Hollidays!
Within those days and a couple more we had high temperatures in the upper 80’s & low 90’s. We even had time for a sun rise to become interrupted by a fog bank from the near by River!

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Fall weather is trying to arrive, and the tide receded a little so we could prepare for an 8:00 AM Shotgun! The forecast lows are in the high 40's.

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Sunrise Saturday & a Bright Moon Monday leaving the Town Hall!

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The Best Management Practices agronomically are to allow the turf to grow longer in height. This helps increase plant root growth, when too much water causes root depth to decrease.to

Diamonds Shinning after Sunrise!

Foxfire Golf Club is located in the corn belt, and after the sun shines on the adjacent corn field East it rises over the second hole on the Foxfire Course!

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The Putting Green and Players Course are located in a different “area code”

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# 8 Players is in the next town.

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# 18 Players irrigation audit discovers opportunities for eduction. We still have a few heads to locate and repair solenoids.

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The return trip across the Reservoir in to the “Port of Galena”

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Rainbow Covers the Course

1.5 inches of rain in the last 24 hours, as summer arrives! Photos below are with Dad and Mike on members league.

Ezekiel 1:28 ESV

Like the appearance of the bow that is in the cloud on the day of rain, so was the appearance of the brightness all around. Such was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the Lord. And when I saw it, I fell on my face, and I heard the voice of one speaking.

Summer finally arrived this week in Central Ohio, and was blessed enough to catch this photo!

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Each Sunrise reminds me of these verses!

Lamentations 3:22-23

The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. Reverend, thank you for your prayers sir!

What an honor and a blessing to have the largest office in central Ohio!
Wilson! It was On a “Tuesday” progress continues, and we finally had a warm day! An excellent work out for the grass! Wow, what a view!

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Brad thank you for your help organizing the irrigation cables! Joel your advice is greatly appreciated! Number six & seven Players is organized to coincide with the site pro software! Only one solenoid left to change on the left of six!

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#4 Players Stripes are Right!

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#2 Foxfire

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Akron U new G.A., Mycelium, Irrigation Repairs

As The Fall season in central Ohio continues we lose many valuable team members and Brady Stewart, the former baseball catcher for Akron University is returning to his alma mater as the Graduate Assistant to the baseball team! Brady was able to perform many daily tasks including course set up, and on his last day he was able to stripe diamonds on the grass! Thanks for your help.
The other photo is of the mycelium fungi that cause dollar spot.
Mark Novotny, thank you for the utilization of your electronic tracking devices. We have been able to locate several breaks and repair cables.

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