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Super Aktion

319E18D4-51B1-4C8E-AA46-40AB05E0CFD2Daumen hoch für diese starke Geste: Weil seit gestern Abend mehr als 20 Feuerwehren bei Plaue (Thüringen) aufgrund eines großen Waldbrandes im Einsatz sind, entschloss sich eine Rewe-Filiale in Arnstadt spontan, seine gesamten Bestände an 0,5 Liter-Mineralwasser sowie Schorle an die Einsatzkräfte zu spenden. “Wir wünschen den Kameraden vor Ort weiterhin viel Durchhaltevermögen. Ihr macht einen super Job!”, so der Filialleiter Frank Ortlett in seinem Facebook-Post. Insgesamt ist eine Fläche von rund drei Hektar betroffen. Der Ilm-Kreis löste zudem Katastrophenalarm aus. Auch Polizei und Technisches Hilfswerk unterstützen bei der schwierigen Brandbekämpfung. DANKE für Eure unermüdliche Arbeit!!! Über ein Hinweisschild an der Ware werden die Kunden über die Aktion informiert und um Verständnis gebeten. Ausführliche Informationen zu dem Waldbrand: https://www.insuedthueringen.de/region/ilmenau/Neuer-Waldbrand-ausgebrochen-Grosseinsatz-bei-Plaue;art83439,6683898 (FW MRN; Bildquellen: Rewe_Frank Ortlett)

Les we forget our Aussi’s and Kiwi‘s

C0AC7876-7E60-4A9B-9136-FB9AC3BC8ABELes we forget – To all of our Aussi and Kiwi Cheers Mate Club members and friends. To the generation that fought in the world wars and made sure that Europe is freed from dictators, we would like to thank you for your service  and assure you that we respect this to this day and would like to salute you and we will make sure, that this will never happen again. We will never forget the soldiers who gave his life for freedom, you have made the biggest sacrifice “Rest in Peace Brothers in Arms”.

We Support Israel

C32BF64C-A763-4500-8FC5-DA19A1BB46EDBOKER TOV (GOOD MORNING) GERMANY: Bitte unterstützt diese #pedition und teil sie im gesamten netz. 

https://www.openpetition.de/petition/online/nicht-mit-meiner-stimme-un-resolutionen-gegen-israel/unterschreiben/adresse

Never the right time to talk about. But when we do it’s already to late for someone

GREAT US ACTION❤️❤️: Never the right time to talk about. But when we do it’s already to late for someone. We do a lot of clowning around on here but Veteran suicide is a real problem. Do your buddy checks. Pay attention to what’s going on and look for any signs. God love our Service men and women. God love our Veterans and God love all NATO Troopers – Top❤️❤️ 5B4B883B-7651-48CD-819E-0A89910DF707 C7F8C2DE-0372-4AEE-8AF7-90B7AAE4C8C7 4DFDC765-21D6-4656-804C-9C7A6884DE32 334FE789-7786-4971-9492-20E6A8A10231 5FBBCB84-19A2-47D2-BF8C-F0161ADB9EA4 CAFFCF8A-FBF2-4894-B670-A9FBF23F670F DC89848F-C0F7-4DAF-A596-21A8F0E1F7EB 49A2EB9E-2229-4A3F-867F-2D693199722A 48EE47D3-1178-4BE0-BACB-C660A4FB8206 B1429B06-2CD0-40BF-84BB-BD8AE41BB9AA 0859D778-285A-4D9E-9051-CCC71B94BA9F 06AC3D9E-A933-40BE-97C6-17FAD7F71F52

Cheers Mate Club (Eastside)

6AD5A621-21F1-4497-938D-442BA9344791Cheers Mate Club (Eastside) das gesamte Charter für die ostdeutschen Bundesländer.
Wenn Ihr im Osten Euren Lebensmittelpunkt habt oder Euch privat oder beruflich dort aufhaltet, seid Ihr willkommen. Bei Fragen zum Charter oder für eine Clubmitgliedschaft kontaktiert dann bitte direkt den Charter Präsident „Dieter Baumgarten“ oder den Sgt at Arms.

Check out the Facebook group at: www.fb.com/groups/CheersMateClubEastside

Important Reminder 2.0

IMPORTANT REMINDER… We have again received a warning that apparently there are various facebook accounts that try to identify members of state security agencies such as police, correction officers, federal police, customs, etc. and military operators. Why, Who and from Wehre no one knows that right now. BE82E963-D149-41FD-AC78-011A3D47E6DB

Retired Army Ranger raises Wagyu cattle, employs war veterans at KC Cattle Company

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U.S. Army Ranger Patrick Montgomery was serving as a team leader and special ops sniper in 2011 on his first tour of duty in Afghanistan when he got horrible news: His brother-in-law, Jeremy Katzenberger, also a Ranger, had been killed while in action. Montgomery escorted his brother-in-law’s body home to America, to his sister. That death and the things he saw on his tours of duty in the Middle East changed him. They made him want to help his fellow veterans. After retiring from the military in 2014, he went to veterinary school, but decided it wasn’t for him. Instead he became a maker of Wagyu Beef, he invited his fellow former war vets along for the ride.

Today, he employs them at his KC Cattle Companywhich operates on 300 acres of farmland near Weston.

Kansas City Spaces: What is Wagyu beef?

Patrick Montgomery: “Wagyu” means black cow in Japanese. The original genetics came to the United States from Japan in the late 1980s. What makes it special are two mutations in its DNA which allow for a lot more marbling for prime steaks, making the melting temperature lower than other breeds of cattle. It has a lot more buttery flavor than other breeds.

PM: There’s just something about working with cattle. The lifestyle and all it entails was appealing. It is like the military in that there were always tasks to complete, and I was outside a lot. There’s a lot of synergy between that (ranger) lifestyle and working with cattle.

KCS: What do you try to do differently than other producers of beef?

PM: There are a couple of things you have to do to help them pack on that marble. They are pasture-raised. We try to maintain a low-stress environment. When we are moving the cattle for harvest, we try to keep them calm and relaxed. It’s not necessary to holler at them. We train them to the feed bucket. They come to us and associate us with something good, like feed. It’s also slow feeding. Traditionally, you harvest cattle at about 18 months of age. The youngest we go is 26 months, and normally it’s closer to 30. That’s why you see the higher price point. You’re spending a lot more time on them.

KCS: How do you think being a veteran makes a difference in how you work?

PM: I have a “never quit” mentality. As a member of the 1st Ranger Battalion, that was something drilled into my head. Being a startup, a lot of days are pretty tough, but maintaining that discipline I had in the military helps in the business world as well.

KCS: How do people get your product?

PM: We sell online (kccattlecompany.com) to the lower 48 (states). For orders over $99, we ship for free. To the Kansas City area we have a local delivery service that will deliver to your house for free every Tuesday to the majority of zip codes in the Northland. We’re looking to push further south with demand. By the end of 2019 we are hoping to set up retail locations.

Neuer Verbundcharter für Österreich / Lichtenstein und Schweiz „Cheers Mate Club (Mountain Crew)“

EF393314-C17E-45C2-8BA7-B9D65F9BF9A6Servus Zusammen,
so jetzt ist es soweit, wir werden die Charter „Cheers Mate Club (Österreich)“ und „Cheers Mate Club (Swiss) schließen ?… Und wir eröffnen ein neues ? …. Alle Österreicher / Lichtensteiner sowie Schweizer vereinigen sich unter „Cheers Mate Club (Mountain Crew)“, der neue Verbundcharter für Österreich / Lichtenstein und Schweiz. Also werdet noch HEUTE Mitglied im neuen Verbundcharter, da wir die anderen Charter inkl. Facebookgruppe am 29. März 2019 schließen werden. Viele haben uns gefragt, warum wir die beiden einzelnen Charter schließen, Antwort: wegen der Größe der Länder und geographischen Lage, sowie Bündelung durch Arbeitskräfte, darum war dieses nötig.

Der neue Präsident des Verbundcharters stammt aus der Schweiz und ist dort kein Unbekannter; durch die Kampanie „Nein zum Entwaffnungsdiktat der EU ~ www.eu-diktat-nein.ch“; Herr Marcel Furrer. Marcel ist ein Veteran der Schweizer Armee und verrichtet heute seinen Dienst in der „Polizei“. In seiner Freizeit angagiert er sich auch als Schießausbilder und jetzt als Officer (Clubmanager) für den Cheers Mate Club. 865D937C-475F-4523-8F3C-5CAB33C321D5Bei Fragen könnt Ihr Euch jederzeit an mich oder an unser HQ „Cheers Mate Club – Worldwide“ wenden.

Die neue zentrale Facebookgruppe für die Supporter und Mitglieder des „Cheers Mate Club (Mountain Crew)“: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CheersMareClubMountainCrew/

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