Liberty Christian Seniors Mark Their Spots

Liberty Christian Seniors Mark Their Spots

Liberty Christian seniors expressed their creative sides as they painted their own parking spots for the first time in the history of the school.

“Students showed up in full force to kick off a new Liberty tradition,” said Student Council Association sponsor and teacher Erin Lowack. “I was beyond thrilled to be a part of this project.”

Each student included his or her own favorite Bible verse on their spot as well as a creative design. Parents and teachers joined in the fun as seniors first painted their base coats, sketched their artwork, and then finalized their artwork in all different colors, shades, and designs.

More than half of the seniors participated, donating $100 for their spot. The proceeds go toward missions or a Liberty family in need. The remaining funds will go toward the SCA’s school spirit initiatives.

“Saturday was a great time of fellowship and community,” said ECE Principal Anna Joyner, whose daughter is a senior. “We had students helping students, parents helping students, teachers helping students … it was such a blessing to watch and to be part of this day that brought the Warrior Family together.”

She also thanked faculty and staff members Steve Bosley, Theresa Green, Debi Habern, Erin Lowack, Sarah Lippe, Heather Lytle, Joanna Mann, and Scott Roush for helping throughout the day.

Senior Tess Stephen said this day brought everyone closer together.

“As a senior, I am super pumped to make a personal mark at Liberty,” she said. “I will never forget the awesome memories we made painting our spots.”

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