The Liberty Community Christmas Tree program is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s coloring contest.
First Place - Blake Scott, Lewis & Clark
Second Place - Riley Davies, Lewis & Clark
Honorable Mention - Jericho Frigon, Lewis & Clark
First Place - Annika Foust, Schumacher
Second Place - Bailee Middleton, Liberty Oaks
Honorable Mention - Rebecca Floray, Shoal Creek
First Place - Ciera Scott, Lewis & Clark
Second Place - Bella Cordero, Schumacher
Honorable Mention- Parker Murphy, St. James
First Place - Ramsey Davies, Lewis & Clark
Second Place - Maddie Davolt, Shoal Creek
Honorable Mention - Madeleine Sevier, Lewis & Clark
First Place - Olivia Jobson, Lewis & Clark
Second Place - Jocelynn Morris, St. James
Honorable Mention - Hanna Agness, Schumacher
First Place - Gracie Stapleton, Lewis & Clark
Second Place - Caroline Adams, Lewis & Clark
Honorable Mention - Sydney Gardner, St. James
The coloring contest award winners will receive awards at the Downtown Lighting Ceremony held on the lawn of the Historic Clay County courthouse on November 20. The program, which includes musical performances by elementary school choruses and presentation of the coloring contest winners, will start at 6:00 p.m. Immediately following the program, Liberty Mayor Greg Canuteson, with the help of the coloring contest honorees, will flip the switch to turn on thousands of Christmas lights around the square. Santa Claus also will make an appearance at the event.
Monetary donations will be collected at the program to help disadvantaged families and senior citizens in the Liberty community. The Liberty Christmas Tree (LCCT) Program is designed to lend a hand to disadvantaged families and seniors who are facing a difficult holiday season. For more information about the Community Christmas Tree program and how you can make a difference, visit www.ci.liberty.mo.us/LCCT.