Christian Men’s Fellowship is for men who are retired. It meets the first and third Tuesdays, September to June. Coffee is served and a time for visiting starts at 10:30am. At 11am, we begin with brief devotions, followed by a short business meeting. Next follows a 45 minute program on timely topics led by special guest presenters. Lunch is served at Noon, and the cost is $6.
We gather regularly for great fellowship, interesting programs, and a fine lunch. We meet in Borgwardt Hall. Coffee is served and a time for visiting starts at 10:30am. At 11am, we begin with brief devotions, followed by a short business meeting. Next follows a 45 minute program on timely topics led by special guest presenters. Lunch is served at noon, and the cost is $6. Be part of this fellowship of Bethel men. The annual membership fee is just $10.
May 7: Football Officiating 101: Getting into the Game!”
Jon Callaway returns to the Fellowship to talk about his other “life” as an athletic official. Jon has spent the past 22 seasons officiating football at various levels ranging from youth to high school to college to semi-pro. His presentation includes a behind-the-scenes look at what’s involved with training to become an official and what a day in the life of an official is like. This lively and interactive presentation will have you looking at the zebras in a whole new light! Jon was a litigation attorney practicing primarily criminal defense in Madison. Jon is a Local Relations Consultant and has been with the American Transmission Co. since 2008. He has a J.D. from Drake Univ. and B.A. in political science from UW.
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