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The men and women’s golf team traveled to Wichita, KS to help out at the Ronald McDonald House Charities, (RMHC.) The RMHC has a special place in the Moody family’s heart as their youngest child Ezekiel was a premature baby and it was the RMHC that hosted them and made them feel at home while being in Kansas City and watching their child fight for his life. Zeke would end up making it despite the doctors telling Coach Moody and his wife Summer, that they should say their goodbyes. The doctors even said that if Zeke survived he wouldn’t be able to walk or talk well, and Zeke has defied those odds as you can witness him running and screaming around the campus.
The Moody’s and the CCCK golf team wanted to give back to such an impactful organization and help those that are going through similar trials. The golf team made brunch for the families staying at the RMHC, cleaned some of the rooms, organized closets, vacuumed floors, and had conversation with the families. Coach Moody said this about the experience “It’s important to this golf program that we give the athletes and opportunity to serve and help those who are going through a tough time in their life. The RMHC has had such an impact on my life and it was awesome watching these athletes serve those who are going through this rough time with their children”.
If you want to know more about the RMHC check out: https://www.rmhc.org/
About Central Christian College of Kansas
Central Christian College of Kansas is a four-year collegiate institution that strives to offer Christ-centered education for the whole person – heart, mind, body, and soul. Its history dates back to 1884, and it is located in the friendly town of McPherson, Kansas. Central is a strategically small college that offers over forty areas of residential study and a thriving online program for non-traditional students. To learn more about who Central is go to: centralchristian.edu/about. Visit the athletics website to follow the golf teams and the other athletic programs.