By Michelle Colesanti

Omegaman will be breaking cement blocks and wood, and will do other feats demonstrating strength to help create some excitement for families as the new school year approaches. Making an appearance at this year’s 10th Annual Back 2 School Bash put on by Life Church at FishHawk, the Omegaman & Friends presentation performs the world’s greatest exhibition of power, strength, speed, inspiration and motivation. These superheroes utilize feats of strength, like snapping baseball bats over their leg, ripping phonebooks and bending steel to communicate a positive message to their audience, delivering an Anti-Bullying/Character Development message through a superhero theme, an image that youth look up to and emulate. This presentation is considered one of the top bullying prevention programs in the country.

The Back 2 School Bash is being held to prepare kids and get them excited for the upcoming school year. Bouncy houses will add to the fun, and food and games will be available so that families from all over the community can join in on the excitement. The event is free to the public and will be taking place on Saturday, August 15 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

This year, Life Church at FishHawk is partnering with Kingdom Christian Ministries (KCM). Pastor Shad and Stacy Fitzpatrick and congregation will be partnering with Life Church at FishHawk’s Pastor Eddie and Kim Broom.

There will be free backpacks stuffed with school supplies, coupons for free haircuts, free school physicals and more. The Wellness Bus will be at the event.

Since 2006, Life Church at FishHawk has been holding this event for the community. It provides a fun, interactive way to prepare students for the school year.

“We would love for everyone to come out and join us,” said Pastor Eddie, “It’s our way of giving back to the community.”

It is a growing church and has much to offer not only for members but for the community as well.

Life Church is located in FishHawk at 6420 Lithia Pinecrest Rd. For more information, call 681-6503 or visit

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Michelle Colesanti
Michelle has been with the Osprey Observer for almost nine years, and her current position is Assignment Editor. She resides in Bloomingdale with her husband Phil, two sons, Philip and Matthew, and Tigger the cat.