The Liberty Bell Booster Club brings together parents, teachers, administrators, and community members to develop extra-curricular activity programs at Liberty Bell by improving and sustaining the spirit, fellowship, and knowledge among members and the surrounding community in a cooperative and enthusiastic manner.
In addition, the Club promotes ALL extra-curricular activity groups at Liberty Bell Jr/Sr High School through both financial and moral support.
We need volunteers!
One of the main ways we raise the funds to do all of this is through concession sales.
It’s important to show consistent commitment to each of our teams. Please look at the Athletic Schedules to find a home event you can help with that wouldn’t require you to miss watching your own child. Visit our Facebook Page and join the Q&A Group (requires FB login) for announcements and opportunities including a link to the current volunteer SignUpGenius.
Booster Club Meetings – Another great way to participate
WANT TO GET INVOLVED, BUT DON’T KNOW HOW?
Come to our monthly hour-long meeting at 7PM on 3 rd Wed of the Month.
Choose how to get involved depending on what is needed at the time.
It’s an open meeting, so feel free to attend any time. Whether you have a fundraising idea or would just like to get more involved, please let us know. We’re always looking for new members and ways to raise funds to support Liberty Bell activities. This is the perfect year to get involved at YOUR high school!
Our current officers:
Past President-Brian McAuliffe
Vice President-Mandy Schmekel
Q: What does Booster Club do?
A: We promote ALL extra-curricular activity groups at Liberty Bell Jr/Sr High School through financial
and moral support.
Q: How much time will I have to commit to?
A: As much or as little as fits into your schedule!
Q: What kind of activities can I help with?
A: Concessions: (1-2 hours per home game; you can do one or all. It is up to you!)
Parking Cars at Blues Festival (4 hours once a year!)
Bake Sale Fundraisers – Bake something (1–2-hour shift to sell it!)
Help coordinate the yearly auction and dinner as much or as little as you are able.
Attend a meeting and give us your ideas.
Q: Will I get pressured to do more than I can do?
Q: Can I help even if my child is not involved in sports, or I do not have a child in school?
Q: Is it cliquey or inclusive?
2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR BOOSTER CLUB ACCOMPLISHMENTS
New Volleyball Catch-It Passing Target.
Two new competition and three practice javelins for Track Team
Repair and improvements to the Softball dugouts and backstop
2 new hitting walls at the tennis courts for Tennis Team
Donation to State Football Champ rings
2 $500 scholarships and 3 $250 scholarships to deserving seniors
Boys Basketball Team to WSU Camp
Cheer Squad to Cheer Camp
Team Travel Meals to Districts and State
Girls and Boys Basketball, Football, Wrestling, Track, Cross Country, Knowledge
New Volleyball Serving/Hitting Machine.
We think you are GREAT:
Booster Club Executive Committee and Members
Erik Brooks for donation from 24 hr run
Hank’s Market for always supporting our kids
All of the coaches for pouring their heart and soul into these kids. For the hours of planning, problem solving, agonizing, uncomfortable bus rides, emotional support, managing expectations and parents, etc.
Michael Wilbur for the after-hours game management, scheduling, last minute changes, and supporting our coaches and players.
LBHS fans that come to our games to give us unconditional support!
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