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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - Atlantic Christian’s Chief School Administrator Karen Oblen recently presented a check for $300 to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Cape Atlantic in support of the FCA’s exemplary youth programs. Accepting the check on behalf of the FCA were Laura Matera, FCA Cape Atlantic Director (center), and Carly Witherow, FCA Cape Atlantic Representative (right).

The check presentation was made on June 23 during the FCA Power Camp held at the ACS campus. More than 60 boys and girls from Atlantic and Cape May counties, who ranged in age from 7 to 12, attended the Power Camp, which provided skills training in six sports — baseball, softball, basketball, speed and agility, soccer, and dance.

The donation to FCA Cape Atlantic, which is based in Ocean City, came from the proceeds of the ACS Music Fest in May. Two other local youth organizations are also receiving donations over the next week from the proceeds of the ACS Music Fest — the Egg Harbor Township Police Explorers Post 29 and the Atlantic County Sheriff’s Law Enforcement Explorer Post 94.

For more information about additional FCA Summer Camps, go to www.fcacapeatlantic.org. Atlantic Christian School, an independent, non-denominational school founded in 1971, is dually accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the Association of Christian Schools International and educates children from 6 months to the 12th grade. For more information, please contact Carole Karabashian at (609) 653-1199, ext. 323 or ckarabashian@acseht.org.

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