On Friday, March 6, the Liberty High School Journalism held its second annual fundraising concert that hosted six bands. The concert ran from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. and the following Liberty students played key roles in its smooth success: Corrine Allan, Winston Brown, Taylor Daugs, Evan Dean, Brenna Dillman, Brenda Duarte, Sarah Kellner, Karleigh Klingensmith-Craig, Soledad Lopez, Amanda Mathews, Jeremy Orkes, Kylie Painter, Hailey Parish, Alexandra Regalado, Cameron Spear and Kelsi Ward.
These students formed four committees and worked together through every phase necessary to make this a successful event. They worked tirelessly, and walked away at the end of the evening with a great sense of empowerment and experience.
We would like to thank many who made our event a success. In this rugged economy, it’s not every day someone or a group finds the means to give, but the following bands generously donated their time and efforts: Like Wise, Cab Defect, Something Phantom, Stigma 13, The Atom Age, and No Reception. In a word, these bands “rocked.”
A gracious “thank you” also goes to the City of Brentwood for allowing us the use of the Community Center as a host location. Funds generated from this event support the Liberty Journalism’s ability to produce and publish paper copies of our news publication, “The Lion’s Roar.” Thanks again to all of those who helped make this an evening to remember!
Liberty High Journalism Advisor