KC Chiefs mascot to serve as speaker for FCA banquet

Dan Meers

The longtime mascot for the Kansas City Chiefs will be the featured speaker for the North Central Louisiana Fellowship of Christian Athletes banquet this year.
Dan Meers has spent the past 25 years as the Kansas City Wolf, the mascot for the NFL’s Chiefs franchise and will serve as the speaker for this year’s fundraiser set for Nov. 10 at 11:30 a.m. in the Davison Athletics Complex.
“Honestly, KC Wolf — that’s what I do,” said Meers. “It’s not who I am. I am first and foremost a follower of Jesus Christ. My identity is I’m a child of God — that’s my true identity right there. KC Wolfe is what I do, and I love what I do. And one day, I’ll pass it on to somebody else, but while I have a platform, I hope to use it do make a positive impact in this world.”
The proceeds from ticket sales will go to benefit the local FCA which helps fund scholarships for camps, bibles, food for teams and huddle groups, and speakers for leadership seminars. 
Tables of eight are $750 while corporate sponsorships are available as well. Call Craig Moss at 318-243-8565 or email cmoss@fca.org.

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