On Friday, February 7, Costa Enterprises McDonald’s will serve breakfast to over 1,100 local student-athletes and coaches at the All Sports Association’s 35th Annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Breakfast hosted at Northwest Florida State College’s Raider Stadium.
NICEVILLE, Fla. – On Friday, February 7, Costa Enterprises McDonald’s will serve breakfast to over 1,100 local student-athletes and coaches at the All Sports Association’s 35th Annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Breakfast hosted at Northwest Florida State College’s Raider Stadium.
This will be the fourth year in row Costa Enterprises McDonald’s has sponsored the Annual FCA Breakfast and served as a Platinum Sponsor for the All Sports Association’s Annual Awards Banquet. Student-athletes from Okaloosa, Walton, and Santa Rosa County high schools and middle schools will be in attendance for breakfast and Christian fellowship beginning at 7 a.m.
Costa Enterprises McDonald’s will be serving some of its classic breakfast offerings including sausage biscuit sandwiches, parfaits, apple slices, pastries, and coffee.
“We are honored to be a part of this event each year and show our appreciation to our local community and schools,” said David Costa Sr., president of Costa Enterprises McDonald’s. “Not only do these kids excel in their individual sports, but their character and the way they carry themselves through wins and losses, speaks volumes to the types of people they are and how their faith has brought them to a higher ground.”
The All Sports Association’s Annual FCA Breakfast was first held in 1985. For 35 years, the All Sports Association has gathered local athletes for a breakfast to celebrate the unification of two passions, faith and athletics. It is here where coaches and student-athletes come together to inspire and share their personal stories of change through the Christian faith.
Speakers at this year’s breakfast will include various FCA students and former Danny Wuerffel Trophy Winner, Dr. Deterrian “D.T.” Shackelford, who will share inspirational words and encouragement to those in attendance. The Taylor Haugen Trophy will also be presented to this year’s recipient during the annual breakfast.
To learn more about this year’s FCA Breakfast, visit https://allsportsassociation.org/events/test-event/.
About the All Sports Association
Since 1970 the All Sports Association has brought together the finest athletes in Northwest Florida. Each February at their annual Awards Banquet they honor the area’s top High School, Collegiate, Amateur, Professional, Special Olympic athletes and individuals who have fostered youth activities. Also presented at the banquet is the Wuerffel Trophy honoring the college football player who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement, and the Colonel Al Byrne Award recognizing a local individual who demonstrates outstanding support of youth athletics. In 2009 the inaugural Taylor Haugen Trophy was established and presented.
Through the efforts of the All Sports Association’s annual banquet and summer golf tournament, the group helps fund numerous worthwhile sports organizations and charitable causes. The primary beneficiaries of the All Sports Association are the Boys & Girls Club of the Emerald Coast, Special Olympics Florida- Okaloosa, Eleanor J. Johnson Youth Center, and Okaloosa Walton Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA).