Earlier this year, 4 strong men set out to attempt historical feats of strength in the seriesÂ â€œThe Strongest Man in History.â€Â During their journey they visited Paul Andersonâ€™s hometown of Toccoa as well as the PAYH campus in order to attempt several of Paulâ€™s own feats, including his famous carousel lift. If youâ€™re wondering how that went, you wonâ€™t have to wait long to find out â€“ the series premieres tonight (July 10th)! Catch it at 10/9c on the History Channel.
Paul Anderson Youth Home is extremely pleased to announce the appointment of Colonel Ken Vaughn as its new Chief Operating Officer. Ken served 32 years in the army and has extensive experience in planning, operations, and training. He also commanded in combat as a Lieutenant Colonel in Baghdad, Iraq, in 2005. Ken worked and lived for a year and a half in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, developing the military history curriculum for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of the National Guard Command and General Staff Collegeâ€¦Â [READ FULL RELEASE]
Bike training is over and the riders are resting up for the big week after completing a 100 mile â€œcenturyâ€ ride last Friday. This Monday theyâ€™ll set out from Flagler Beach on their 500 mile journey that will take them through Ponte Vedra / Jacksonville, St. Simons, Savannah, Augusta, and Statesboro before they return to PAYH. To follow them on their journey, or to support them as they ride, visit our Facebook page or our website atÂ payhbikeride.com
WLTZ Features Caden on Morning News
One of our riders (Caden) was interviewed by NBC affiliate WLTZ and told the network of his time before PAYH, his ongoing walk with the Lord, and his enthusiasm about the bike ride in general.
The segment aired yesterday (July 9th) and can be viewed on their websiteÂ here.