We invite you to Edgerton United Methodist Church on Saturday, October 11th, from 10:00 am-4:00 PM to hear from addict turned Ironman, Todd Crandell. Lunch will be provided by the Edgerton UMC.
Mr. Crandell, Professional Counselor and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, has dedicated his personal and professional life to helping substance abusers rechannel their destructive behaviors into positive, life-affirming action. By sharing personal stories about the perils of substance abuse, best practices in prevention and how to lead a holistic lifestyle, Crandell offers a positive alternative to those struggling to overcome a life of addiction. His 13-year struggle with drugs and alcohol nearly destroyed his life, devastating relationships with family and friends and shattering the promise of a professional hockey career. However, through his pursuit of extreme physical fitness and personal well-being, he found a productive outlet for his once-negative energies, transforming himself into a world-class athlete and champion for sobriety.
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