Joel Schlessinger donates FixMySkin Healing Balms to Forest City Indians WrestlingPosted by in Uncategorized
Joel Schlessinger and his family are pleased to support programs that help foster student leadership and development. Recently, the Schlessinger family donated FixMySkin Healing Balms to the Forest City Indians Wrestlers and the Forest City Little Indians Wrestling Club.
Donations like Joel Schlessinger’s help create a long legacy of successful athletes.
The Forest City Indians Wrestling Team from Forest City, Iowa is an organization of students from Forest City High School. In addition to refining their own skills and participating in state and district tournaments, members of the team also volunteer for the Forest City Little Indians Wrestling Club. This group is comprised of promising wrestlers ages 4-14, and volunteers from the high school team help coach, engage and motivate them to succeed at the sport. Many wrestlers from the Little Indians Wrestling Club go on to become valuable members of the Indians Wrestling Team when they are older, creating a long legacy of award-winning athletes.
The team has collectively enjoyed many achievements during the 2015 season, with several team members going on to become place winners at the state level. A few high school students even ranked in the top ten in Iowa for their weight class, all of them active in the Forest City Little Indians volunteer program.
FixMySkin Healing Balms, developed by Joel Schlessinger, were awarded to students.
The balms were handed out at Indians wrestling practices to students who met their goals and contributed time to the volunteer program. Developed by Joel Schlessinger and his son, Daniel, FixMySkin Healing Balms with 1% Hydrocortisone help soothe and heal dry, chapped skin, as well as everyday skin irritations. The easy-to-use stick delivery system and heat-resistant formula make FixMySkin a great on-the-go solution and a convenient addition to any athletic bag.
To learn more about the Forest City Indians Wrestling Team, please visit their homepage.
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