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Ian's Foundation-Great Deeds Sometimes Flow From Tragedy
Ian Fincke died at the age of sixteen (16) years old from a traumatic brain injury in October 2008. Ian had a skateboarding accident.
A foundation was formed in his memory to promote safety and the welfare of San Antonio youth. The foundation conducts educational and recreational programs to expose youngsters to what can happen from accidental brain trauma and to teach safe playing habits.
The Fincke Cup
Ian was a soccer player at Reagan High School before he transferred to Johnson High School. The Fincke Cup is a soccer match between the varsity boys and girls teams of the two high schools Ian attended. The scores of the two games are combined to determine the overall winner of the Finke Cup. On Tuesday, February 19, 2013, the Fourth Annual Finke Cup Contest will be held at Comalander Stadium, 12002 Jones Maltsberger Road, 78238. Both schools are in the North East Independent School District.
Fincke Cup gear can be ordered to support the Foundation at http://www.iansfoundation.org/our-causes/fincke-cup/fincke-cup-2013/
You can also support Fincke Cup players at a pre-game dinner on Monday, February 18, 2013 at Beefy's Backyard, 259000 US Hwy 281 North. Beefy's will dontate a portion of the proceeds from the night to the Fincke Cup Scholarship Fund.
Finke Cup Scholarship Fund
Ian's Foundation has awarded over $11,000 in scholarship to San Antonio students. Four new scholarship recipients will be announced at the Fincke Cup Soccer Match next Tuesday.
Ian's Foundation-great deeds sometimes flow from tragedy.
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