Liberty ASB is organizing a virtual Liberty 5K for April 24th through April 30th.
You can run, walk, or roll on suggested routes to specially made playlists from the classes of 2021, 2022, 2023 and 2024.
Participate any day of that week and share your pictures through social media. Parents, guardians, siblings, friends, neighbors and even out-of-towners are welcome to participate! Registration is open from March 29th to April 23rd and instructions to register for the event are below. Your $10 entry fee includes a Liberty T-shirt that must be picked up at Liberty. Donations are welcome even if you don’t want to participate. Stay tuned for more information through E-news and on Instagram @lhspatriots.
To register for this event, please go to https://wa-issaquah.intouchreceipting.com/. After you have logged in, select the student for whom you are shopping, then select items at student’s school, choose the category ASB / Sports / General, then select the item “Registration & T-shirt for 5K Fundraiser.” Don’t forget to select your T-shirt size when checking out, ranging from S to XXL. Registrations will be open from March 29th – April 23rd. If you have trouble logging in, you can contact email@example.com for assistance.
Here are the instructions for making a donation:
To make a donation to this event, please go to https://wa-issaquah.intouchreceipting.com/. Click on the blue rectangle in the middle of the screen for “Make a Donation.” On the next screen select the school Liberty High School. Then select the item “Class of 202X Donation for 5K” – choose the specific item for the class you wish to support. You can add a memo if you wish. Type in the amount you wish to donate, and then check out. No user name or password necessary! Donations will be available on the website from March 29th – April 30th.
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