Participants of Color Run

Participants of Color Run

Faith Community School thanks Color Run sponsors

Faith Community School would like to give a big thank you to our 2015 Color-Run/Walk Sponsors: Verizon, The Art Department, Creative Source, Valley Paint Center, Gas N’ Go, Elgee-Rehfeld & Mertz, Rie Muñoz Gallery, Jerry & Lynn Reinwand, Eric & Karyl “Bunny” Lindegaard, Flying Squirrel Expresso, Admiralty Air Service, Tingey Orthodontics, Behrend’s Mechanical, Doug’s Auto Body, Malia Hayward State Farm, Integrity Automotive, Jared Erickson DMD, Juneau Pizza, Nizich Family Dental, PND Engineers, Salon 2211, Western Auto & Marine, Super Bear, Alaska Litho, Miller Construction, Schmitz & Buck LLC, Fred & Karen Koken, Boat Doc, Bullwinkle’s Pizza, Horst’s Seafood Inc., Logan General Tax, Miller Services, Perseverance Glass Co., Ron’s Apothecary Shoppe, Dr. Steven D. Messerschmidt, Urban Eskimo, Valley Lumber and Don Abel’s Building Supply.

We also thank the participants who came out and braved the weather to get splattered with colored powder. We hope to see you all again for an afternoon of colorful fun next year!

Sincerely,

Faith Community School Staff, Students and Parents

Faith Community School students pose after the Color Run at Sandy Beach on Sept. 12.

Faith Community School students pose after the Color Run at Sandy Beach on Sept. 12.

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