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Original LCHS readies for first Hall of Fame class
Sam Harris Gym

Liberty County High School alumni are asked to dust off their yearbooks and don their purple and gold once more. Alumni are being called back to the hallowed halls of LCH for an event that promises to be etched in history — the Original LCH School Hall of Fame Induction.

The ceremonies will be held July 2 at the Samuel B. Harris Gymnasium at 10 a.m. sharp. Organizers said this is more than just a ceremony; it’s a homecoming, a reunion, and a tribute all rolled into one day.

From the pioneering class of ‘57 to the spirited class of ‘72, the icons who have become the bedrock of the school’s legacy will be celebrated. Athletes who broke records, coaches who inspired victories, band members, chorus, and cheerleaders who fueled the school spirit — all will take their place in the Hall of Fame.

This year, thanks to the efforts of the executive team Wallace McIntyre, (founder and CEO), Leron Hines (communications director), Marsha Simmons (president), Laura Harris and Richard Singleton (vice presidents), and Allison Cain (CMO and CIO) – the greats from Samuel Smith to Evans B. Cooper, from Donnell Woods to each and every inductee will be honored. Their stories of triumph and tenacity will be told, their achievements celebrated, and their legacies secured in the annals of LCH history.

For more details, call Wallace McIntyre at 713-392-0338.

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