TONAWANDA, N.Y. — Martin Kober is convinced the painting of a dying Jesus that hung above the mantel in his upstate New York childhood home is the work of Michelangelo. Getting experts to agree remains the $300 million hurdle. That’s the potential value of the 19-by-25-inch work that Kober’s family affectionately calls the “the Mike,”...
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- Remembering FCA Lacrosse's First Mountaintop Experience
By msilva - Monday Jun 26, 2017
FCA’s tournament run continued the next day with a semifinal win over another heavily-favored opponent, Team Colorado, before finally ending with a 10-7 loss in the championship game to the famed Mount Washington Club. Ultimately, that result hardly mattered.
“That team impacted not just FCA, but impacted lacrosse,” Pietramala said.
The movement had been born.
“That was a springboard for FCA to evolve into what it is today,” said Ron Klausner, another member of the Greene Turtle squad.
That evolution has led to incredible growth for FCA Lacrosse, which combines lacrosse and Christian ministry. FCA is committed to developing three-dimensional athletes and coaches who want to fulfill their potential physically, mentally and spiritually. Kelly is quick to note that Team FCA is not limited to just Christian athletes, but rather, anybody who loves lacrosse and is open to growing in their relationship with God.
“The values of FCA haven’t changed. The purpose is larger than just winning games,” Kelly said.
This summer, Team FCA is marking its 25th anniversary at the Vail Shootout. After sponsoring its first Vail youth team in 2004, FCA is sponsoring seven teams across all age divisions in 2017. The ministry also sponsors dozens of additional FCA squads that compete in tournaments all across the country.
The organization celebrated its silver anniversary milestone with a huge dinner at the Four Eagle Ranch near Vail last week that featured more than 500 players, coaches, parents and friends. Additionally, eight members of the original 1992 team are playing on the Team FCA entry in this year’s Supermasters Division (ages 40 and older).
And Frank Kelly is still right there in the middle of it all.
“We certainly didn’t realize how that 1992 experience would serve as a catalyst,” Kelly said. “We just had a bunch of guys who loved lacrosse and who wanted to grow in their relationship with God. It’s not like I had a clear vision for FCA Lacrosse. When I look at what God’s done, I’m blown away.”