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2nd Annual FCA Breakfast of Champions

2nd Annual FCA Breakfast of Champions

February 26, 2020, San Antonio Country Club, 4100 N New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, TX 78209

Time: 7:00am-8:15am

Keynote Speaker:  Reid Ryan-President of Business Operations (Houston Astros)

McCombs Community Impact Award:  DW Rutledge (Judson HS & THSCA)

In 2019, the San Antonio FCA initiated a breakfast to improve its visibility in the community, supplement the annual budget and to spread the word of God.  The breakfast included the Red McCombs Community Impact Award which is presented annually for unparalleled success in athletics or business and for the highest level of moral character and integrity. The first recipient of the Red McCombs Community Impact Award was former San Antonio Spurs David Robinson.  

This year we are excited to present the McCombs Community Impact Award to DW Rutledge.  Rutledge is a former high school football coach and former executive director of the Texas High School Coaches Association. Rutledge is one of the most successful coaches in Texas high school football history, winning four state championships at Judson High school, in the state's highest classification.

We are also honored to have Reid Ryan as our guest speaker.  Ryan enters his seventh season with the Houston Astros after being named the club’s President of Business Operations on May 17, 2013. Reid brings enthusiasm and energy to the organization while also providing a wealth of experience working in professional baseball.

We hope you consider joining us at this years FCA Breakfast of Champions as we look to grow the FCA ministry and its impact in the Greater San Antonio Area.

Tables sponsorship options: https://fca.regfox.com/2020sanantoniofcabreakfast 

Character Coach Resources

One of the most important roles coaches play in preparing players for competition and life is to give them a chance to develop good character. We expect a game plan for coaching the X’s and O’s of our sport. What isn’t always clear is how to coach character. Over time we have seen an ever-growing gap develop between coaching the fundamental aspects of a specific sport and the development of quality character. Character Coaches exist to fill the crucial gap in developing the complete athletes.

One of the roles of the school coach or volunteer FCA Character Coach is to teach character and leadership qualities with a team on a weekly basis in a brief (6-8 minutes) and simplistic way through storytelling and motivational encouragement. For free character coach resources email: toddjohnson@fca.org

FCA Baseball Clinic

Saturday, December 7, 2019

UTSA Baseball Field

Ages 9-13    8:45am-12:00pm

Ages 14-18  12:45pm-4:15pm

This camp will feature instruction from current and ex-professional players, college and high school coaches, and current college players.

Please complete the camp release form and registration below.  Bring completed release form the day of camp.  No charge for the camp, but donations welcomed.