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April 21, 2018

Guys Night Out

Join other men from the North Dallas community as we gather for the Prince of Peace Men’s Steak Dinner on April 21, 2018.

Enjoy a guys’ night with games, steak (complete with all the fixin’s) and guest speaker, former Major League Baseball player, Sid Bream!

All Ages welcome! Dads bring your sons! Sons bring your dads! Invite your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers!

SCHEDULE

Games start at 4:30pm (Fellowship Center)
Dinner served at 6:30pm (Fellowship Center)
Guest Speaker at 7:45pm (Worship Center)

Menu

Man-sized New York strip steak, twice baked potatoes, green beans, Texas toast, salad and all you can eat cookies for dessert!

TICKETS

TCIKET SALES NOW CLOSED

Please call Dick Ranker if you need to purchase any last minute tickets at 214-763-3576.
Individual tickets are $30 each
BEST DEAL: Buy tickets for a table of 8 for $210. A savings of $30!

QUESTIONS?

Contact Greg Garcia or Dave Rahberg.

ABOUT SID BREAM

Sid signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers in June of 1981 in the 2nd round of the June draft. He was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1985. He played in Pittsburgh for five years. He became a free agent in 1991, and signed a three year contract with the Atlanta Braves. In 1994, he became a free agent and signed with the Houston Astros. In 1995, he retired from baseball. He played in 12 seasons, but had 10 complete seasons under his belt.

Sid played in four consecutive National League play-offs; one with Pittsburgh and three with the Braves. He has also played in two World Series, while playing with the Braves. One was against the Minnesota Twins, and the other against the Toronto Blue Jays. Sid had many memorable moments, but the one that meant the most was sliding home in the 1992 National League Championship Series against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 7th game.

Sid was born in Carlisle, PA. and raised in Mt. Holly Springs, PA. He now resides in Zelienople, PA., with his wife, Michele. They have 4 children. Two of which are married and out of the house. The third boy graduated from Liberty University and is now working in Nashville, and the daughter is a junior at Liberty University. He has one grandson.

Sid is an avid outdoorsman and loves to talk about God and God’s awesome handprint across this world. He attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. He has done some coaching, but most of his time is using the platform that God gave him to spread the message about his relationship with Jesus Christ.

April 21, 2018

Guys Night Out

Join other men from the North Dallas community as we gather for the Prince of Peace Men’s Steak Dinner on April 21, 2018.

Enjoy a guys’ night with games, steak (complete with all the fixin’s) and guest speaker, former Major League Baseball player, Sid Bream!

All Ages welcome! Dads bring your sons! Sons bring your dads! Invite your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers!

SCHEDULE

Games start at 4:30pm (Fellowship Center)
Dinner served at 6:30pm (Fellowship Center)
Guest Speaker at 7:45pm (Worship Center)

Menu

Man-sized New York strip steak, twice baked potatoes, green beans, Texas toast, salad and all you can eat cookies for dessert!

TICKETS

TCIKET SALES NOW CLOSED

Please call Dick Ranker if you need to purchase any last minute tickets at 214-763-3576.
Individual tickets are $30 each
BEST DEAL: Buy tickets for a table of 8 for $210. A savings of $30!

QUESTIONS?

Contact Greg Garcia or Dave Rahberg.

ABOUT SID BREAM

Sid signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers in June of 1981 in the 2nd round of the June draft. He was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1985. He played in Pittsburgh for five years. He became a free agent in 1991, and signed a three year contract with the Atlanta Braves. In 1994, he became a free agent and signed with the Houston Astros. In 1995, he retired from baseball. He played in 12 seasons, but had 10 complete seasons under his belt.

Sid played in four consecutive National League play-offs; one with Pittsburgh and three with the Braves. He has also played in two World Series, while playing with the Braves. One was against the Minnesota Twins, and the other against the Toronto Blue Jays. Sid had many memorable moments, but the one that meant the most was sliding home in the 1992 National League Championship Series against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 7th game.

Sid was born in Carlisle, PA. and raised in Mt. Holly Springs, PA. He now resides in Zelienople, PA., with his wife, Michele. They have 4 children. Two of which are married and out of the house. The third boy graduated from Liberty University and is now working in Nashville, and the daughter is a junior at Liberty University. He has one grandson.

Sid is an avid outdoorsman and loves to talk about God and God’s awesome handprint across this world. He attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. He has done some coaching, but most of his time is using the platform that God gave him to spread the message about his relationship with Jesus Christ.