Flag Day

by ranpen on September 30, 2010

FLAG FOOTBALL PICK UP GAME-SATURDAY 10/2 @ 530PM

WHEN: SATURDAY 10/2 (arrive 10-15 mins early to warmup/practice)
WHERE: HUGH G DANAHY PARK:
Please email me at: flag——@gmail.com, if you’re attending & if you’re bringing people with you please let me know how many. Thanks
WHO: Anyone is invited 18+ years of age, all skill levels, feel free to bring people with you
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO: Just bring yourself, all equipment is provided, it’s a free pick up game, email: flag—–@gmail.com & let me know how many.

Questions: Email: flag——@gmail.com (Note: You can send a Friend Request on facebook by looking up this email for regular upcoming events for games)

From: Randy Penny
Sent: Mon 9/27/10 9:53 AM
To: flag—–@gmail.com

Howdy,
I’ve been desperately trying to find a flag football game to join.  Are you still planning to hold a game at the park on Saturday?   Let me know.

Thanks,
RP

From: flag—–@gmail.com
Sent: Mon 9/27/10 7:36 PM
To: Randy Penny

yes sir 530, be there at 515 to warmup, I’m assuming you have the info if not go to Craigslist-Community-Activity Partners-Flag Football

From: Randy Penny
Sent: Tue 9/28/10 8:49 AM
To: flag—–@gmail.com

Hello!
Thanks for getting back to me.  I can’t wait for the big game.  Last time I played flag football,  I scored the winning goal.  I can hardly describe how I felt after such a feat.  It was quite a rush!   Anyway, how many people can I bring?  I have my own flags,  hand-woven and passed down to me by my grandfather.  Can I bring them?  Are there team names?  If not, I have some ideas.  Let me know.  Looking forward to hearing from you.

Thanks,
RP

From: flag—–@gmail.com
Sent: Tue 9/28/10 5:56 PM
To: Randy Penny

Randy,
It’s up to you how many ppl you want to bring, we have all the equipment already; triple threat flags, cones, etc so all you have
to do is show up.  There aren’t team names, but we have different color jerseys for each team.  We’ll see you out there.

From: Randy Penny
Sent: Tue 9/28/10 6:54 PM
To: flag—–@gmail.com

Hello,
I’m going to bring my mother and father.  They’re both in their 80s,  but love to engage in physical activity.  They’re quite spunky.  My father, especially, can keep up with the best of ‘em.  I’m planning on using him as my running back.  And, of course,  I’ll be the quarterback.  Please tell the others that we are coming. What time is kick off?  And when should we arrive?  Will there be a halftime?  Let me know as soon as you can.

Thanks,
RP

From: flag—–@gmail.com
Sent: Tue 9/28/10 8:21 PM
To: Randy Penny

around 530, We pick teams and the team decides on the positions played.  There’s not a set halftime.  Thanks

From: Randy Penny
Sent: Wed 9/29/10 9:22 AM
To: flag—–@gmail.com

Great.  5:30 is perfect!  My father is very excited to play running back.  He does have a cane,  but I don’t think it’ll affect the rate of play.   Should I bring any snacks for halftime?  I used to play soccer as a kid, and we’d always get orange slices during halftime.   They provided quite an energy boost, and helped get us through the remainder of the game.   Should we arrive a little before 5:30 to go over our playbook?   Let me know as soon as you can.

Thanks,
RP

From: flag—–@gmail.com
Sent: Wed 9/29/10 8:50 PM
To: Randy Penny

um sure however you like there buddy.

From: Randy Penny
Sent: Thu 9/30/10 8:32 AM
To: flag—–@gmail.com

Hello!
Awesome!  I’m very much looking forward to the big game,  and being the team captain.  Now that you and I are friends,  I’m assuming we’ll be on the same team.  Why don’t we get together this evening, or tomorrow afternoon, and go over our strategy.   What time works best for you?   Let me know ASAP,  so I can put it on my calendar and prepare some materials.  See you soon!

Thanks,
RP

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