On behalf of the 2007-08 Leadership class, I would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their continuous support of the Liberty High School Leadership Class and the traditions we keep. Liberty High's Homecoming 2007 was possible due to the support of the following community members and businesses:
For the last six years, Delta Fence has generously provided fences to Liberty High School for Homecoming. This year, they not only provided the fences to ensure the safety of the Homecoming floats, but also for the Homecoming Dance. We would also like to thank Tux of Class in downtown Antioch for providing the tuxedos that our Homecoming Court princes wore during the rally, parade and game.
Without the Brentwood Police Department, the yearly Homecoming festivities would not be a possibility. Ace Hardware donated the paint, wood and other materials necessary to create the parade route and keep the community safe. Brentwood Printing and Signs for the last six years has donated the printing of all the No Parking signs that were needed for the parade. Thank you to all!
Additionally, we would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for the time and effort on our behalf: Steve Meister and Wayne Abreu at Bill Brandt Ford and Ken Holcomb of Foundation Construction for their donation of trucks to carry the Athletic Hall of Fame in the Homecoming Parade; Tracy Chevrolet for the donation of convertibles for the parade; Mazzei Chevrolet, Pontiac, GMC and Buick for its donation of convertibles for the parade; Mr. Dennis Buckley for his tireless efforts as technical advisor for the Homecoming Court voting; Ms. Sara Huchton for the creation of the Homecoming Court sashes; Brentwood Press and Brentwood News for their coverage of this year's Homecoming festivities; Mr. Ed Fernandez, Mr. Lloyd Cornwell, Mrs. Kelly Dame and Ms. Bonnie Jenks for serving as Homecoming float judges; Bank of America for donating its business as the location for the judging booth; Steve Barr for his donation of a flatbed to serve as the judging booth; Dan Wyer for serving as our parade announcer within Ohmstead Field; and Peggy Schuitemacher for serving as our Mistress of Ceremonies at the Homecoming Parade. Peggy again has gone above and beyond with her spirit and enthusiasm. We would also like to thank Caps and Tao Sun Jin for their donation of gifts for the Homecoming Parade judges.
The Liberty Homecoming tradition continues because of the support of the Liberty Union High School District employees and Board of Trustees, as well as the administration of Liberty High School - Tim Halloran, Jim Bruce, Larry Johnson-Redd, Pam Seto and Bridget Taylor.
I hope that the community of Brentwood enjoyed this year's Homecoming festivities and will continue to join us in the years to come. It is tradition that binds this community together, bringing together the past, while looking expectantly toward the future.
Director of Student Activities
Liberty High School