Power Mini Mighty Triathlon

Team FCA

Family and Children’s Association (FCA) competed, volunteered and raised more than $6,300 at the Power Mini Mighty Man Triathlon event to further FCA’s mission of protecting and strengthening Long Island’s most vulnerable children, seniors, families and communities.

Allison Glickman-Rogers, Lisa Burch and Michelle Snider

Andrew Leno, Donna Teichner and Adria DiGiovanni

The event took place inside and around the Nassau Aquatic Center in Eisenhower Park on April 23.

TeamFCA was made up of 19 FCA employees including FCA President/CEO Dr. Jeffrey Reynolds, supporters, family and friends.

All six relay teams took home a trophy and three out of the four individual athletes placed third in their age group.

FCA volunteers worked the course, motivated athletes and promoted FCA’s Safe and Warm Quilt Initiative to create Long Island’s largest quilt.

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