Anthony Sitko, Mike Maienbrook, Sean Croudy and Rooster Daly
Faith in Flint Program at St. Mary's in Flint
July 21, 2021
The longest running amateur athletic competition in America is back at it in 2021! However, it will be in a slightly different format than we’re used to. Given Canada’s continued lockdowns and border block, the 2021 games will be held virtually. That’s a brand new construct and one that will serve to perpetuate the games instead of having another year off as happened last year due to COVID. Given the challenges the Tokyo Olympics are experiencing now this might turn out to be a prescient call. The good news is that the games are on!
Joining Fish as usual is the CANUSA command team of Anthony Sitko, Mike Maienbrook, Sean Croudy and Rooster Daly. They discuss the unique CANUSA plan for 2021, the Flint Olympian Games, and some of the cool stuff surrounding it. They’ll also break down the outstanding support that will be provided to Flint and Genesee kids year round through the Crim Fitness Foundation.
It’s always a blast with this crew, and when you combine a Rooster with a Fish in the Aquarium its GOING TO BE FUN!
Also joining us is Sister Rachel who is leading the Faith in Flint program this summer at St. Mary’s. It’s a perfect dovetail to the Olympian, CANUSA and Crim programs. Focusing on the long forgotten East Side, she is spearheading a program to help the kids and their families get involved in the kinds of activities that Flint kids used to always count on in the summer time. With school out and crime on the rise, it’s never been more important to get kids involved with positive activities focused in a range of areas including art, sports, spiritual and community initiatives, and offering a safe place to do it all. It’s a genuine gift and so is Sister Rachel. She is bringing at TON or energy, hope, and best of all action. Another great story and a truly important one for all of us.