WOD 11-29-12


50 KB snatches R/L (12 kg)

3 Rounds for time:

20 KB snatches R/L (16 kg)

3 Skin-the-Cat/L-sit pull-ups

10 1 arm Swings R/L (32kg)

10 See-Saw Double KB Military Presses (24 kg)

Jeff and Lee Quattrone (awesome competitor and previous 24 kg Long Cycle record holder)
Jeff and Lee Quatrone (Awesome competitor – previous 24 kg Long Cycle record holder)

On January 1, 1795, President George Washington issued another National Thanksgiving Proclamation:

It is an especial manner our duty as a people, with devout reverence and affectionate gratitude, to acknowledge our many and great obligations to Almighty God, and to implore Him to continue and confirm the blessings we experienced.

Deeply penetrated with this sentiment, I, George Washington, President of the United States, do recommend to all religious societies and denominations, and to all persons whomsoever within the United States, to set apart and observe Thursday, the 19th day of February next, as a day of public Thanksgiving and prayer,

and on that day to meet together and render sincere and hearty thanks to the great Ruler of nations for the manifold and signal mercies which distinguish our lot as a nation;

particularly for the possession of constitutions of government which unite and, by their union, establish liberty with order; for the preservation of our peace, foreign and domestic; for the reasonable control which has been given to a spirit of disorder in the suppression of the late insurrection, and generally for the prosperous condition of our affairs, public and private,

and at the same time humbly and fervently beseech the kind Author of these blessings graciously to prolong them to us;

to imprint on our hearts deep and solemn sense of our obligations to Him for them; to teach us rightly to estimate their immense value;

to preserve us from the arrogance of prosperity, and from hazarding the advantages we enjoy by delusive pursuits,

to dispose us to merit the continuance of his favors by not abusing them, by our gratitude for them, and by a corresponding conduct as citizens and as men to render this country more and more a safe and propitious asylum for the unfortunate of other countries,, to extend among us true and useful knowledge;

to diffuse and establish habits of sobriety, order, and morality and piety, and finally to impart all the blessings we possess or ask for ourselves to the whole family of mankind.

In testimony whereof, I have caused the seal of the United States of America to be affixed to these presents, and signed the same with my hand.  Done in the city of Philadelphia the fist day of January, 1795.  (signed) George Washington