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Victory Dinner

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2018 Loudoun FCA Victory Dinner 

Join us for what promises to be an exciting and encouraging evening at our 2018 Victory Dinner as we hear what God is doing in the lives of coaches and athletes. You will hear how students, coaches and volunteers have been blessed by their involvement in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes right here in Loudoun.

Feel free to invite anyone who might be interested in being part of this special event.

The dress is business attire. This is an adults only event. If your Middle or High School student is a regular participant in their school's huddle and would like to volunteer at the dinner, please have them contact: Barry Cates at bcates@fca.org or Christina Casares at ccasares@fca.org

Punch Reception at 5:45, Dinner at 6:30.

APRIL 22, 2018 // 6:30pm - 8:45pm

The National Conference Center

 18980 Upper Belmont Place, Leesburg, VA 20176

Our Featured Speaker: 

Barry Wilmore




Barry E. Wilmore (Captain, U.S. Navy) is a veteran of two spaceflights and has accumulated 178 days in space. In 2014, Wilmore served as a Flight Engineer for Expedition 41 until November when he assumed command of the station upon arrival of the Expedition 42 crew. He returned to Earth in March 2015. During this mission, he logged 167 days in space and performed four spacewalks. In 2009, Wilmore served as a pilot aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis for STS-129. Wilmore is from Mt. Juliet, Tennessee and earned degrees from Tennessee Technological University and the University of Tennessee. He is a captain in the U.S. Navy.

Wilmore’s association with FCA is long-standing. He was the president of FCA in high school and later started the FCA at Tennessee Tech where he was an Outside Linebacker on the Golden Eagles football team. Wilmore recently received the NCAA’s highest honor when he was named the 2018 Theodore Roosevelt Award winner. The award is given annually to an individual who exemplifies the ideals of college sports.