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Flames Kids Club Holds Inaugural Kickoff Party At Chick-fil-A Wards Road

August 29, 2007
|  Lynchburg, Va.
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Flames Kids Club hosted Inaugural Kick-Off Party at Chick-fil-A Wards Road on Tuesday night.

Flames Kids Club hosted Inaugural Kick-Off Party at Chick-fil-A Wards Road on Tuesday night.

The Flames Kids Club held their Inaugural Kickoff Party on Tuesday night at Chick-fil-A Wards Road. The party gave members of the Flames Kids Club a chance to meet each other and mingle with current Liberty athletes, cheerleaders and Sparky, the Flames mascot.

Members of the men's and women's basketball teams and coaching staffs were on hand to meet the Flames Kids Club members, posing for pictures and signing autographs. Chick-fil-A Wards Road, the sponsor of the Flames Kids Club, provided free food to all the kids. Also on hand posing for pictures with Sparky, was the Chick-fil-A cow.

Members of the Flames Kids Club receive a t-shirt, free admission to all regular season Liberty athletic events and discounts at select local business for just $15. For more information or to join the Flames Kids Club, call Megan DiFerdinand at 434-582-2100.

Liberty Cheerleaders were on hand at the Kick-Off Party

Men's Basketball player Anthony Smith signs an autograph
for an eager fan



Women's Basketball player Rachel Hammond gives her
approval of Rebecca Lightfoot's autograph skills



Men's Basketball assistant coach Brad Soucie grabs
Flames Kids Club information for his children



Women's Basketball player Egle Smigelskaite poses with the Chick-fil-A Cow
and Liberty Cheerleaders

Flames Kids Club members picking up their t-shirt and
Liberty Flames schedules and posters

Guests were greated at the front door by Liberty athletes

Men's Basketball player Russell Monroe poses with Sparky and Women's Basketball
players Egle Smigelskaite and Allyson Fasnacht

Sparky poses with two young fans.