Taneytown * Union Bridge * New Windsor


August 10, 1993

Christian student-athletes sought for new fellowship

The Pipe Creek Ministerium has decided to help start a Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) program for Carroll County student-athletes.

A meeting for students in ninth through 12th grades interested in such a program will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Linwood Church of the Brethren, 575 McKinstry's Mill Road.

The evening will begin with games such as volleyball, badminton, softball and boccie ball. In the event of bad weather, other games will be played indoors.

At 8 p.m., Barry Spofford, a former Navy captain, will speak about FCA. To get the program started in the schools, boys and girls interested in participating are needed, as well as adult sponsors.

High school coaches, other staff people and community leaders are welcome if they have a Christian perspective.

Information: Bob Keplinger, 775-7382; Darrell Laymen, 635-6177; John Wunderlich, 875-8992; or Scott Robertson, 857-1398.

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