Hundreds see All Things Liberty has to offer at winter festival

The Liberty High School gym filled with people, tables and activities

The Liberty High School gymnasium lobby and surrounding hallways were packed Saturday, Feb. 24, with vendors, informational booths and games to bring the community together for the inaugural All Things Liberty Winter Festival.

A police officer shows a young student how to dust for fingerprints on a glass.Hundreds of students, parents and guardians, as well as community members, flocked to the event, where they could play carnival-type games, sing karaoke, learn about programs and activities in the district and get information about 15 local programs and organizations. Attendees also were able to purchase wares from nearly a dozen craft vendors

“I am bursting with pride to be a part of such an extraordinary community,” said Community Schools Coordinator Stacy Feasel, who organized the event. “Our exceptional teachers and staff demonstrated unwavering dedication, with many devoting not only their time on Saturday but also months of meticulous planning and organization.”

Dozens of student volunteers took part as well.

A student reads a book to an audience seated in chairs as another student holds a microphone for her“Our student volunteers were simply outstanding, taking ownership of their roles and offering assistance wherever needed,” Feasel added.

More than $400 in monetary and food contributions benefited the Snack Pack Program, which provides meals to families in need over weekends and breaks.

The All Things Liberty Winter Festival supports the district’s five-year strategic plan pillar of culture.

“We are proud to be able to showcase what makes Liberty — the school and community — a great place in which to learn and live,” Superintendent Dr. Patrick Sullivan said.

More photos from the event can be found on the LCSD Facebook page and LCSD Instagram page.