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LOGOS youth go up, up and away

By Staff | Feb 20, 2019
PHOTO PROVIDED LOGOS children launch their paper airplanes in hopes of winning the longest flight award.
PHOTO PROVIDED Pierce Padgett and Yari Mendez enjoy their in-flight dinner and movie.
PHOTO PROVIDED Dawson Liebetrau boards the LOGOS plane with blue hair to match his blue shirt.
PHOTO PROVIDED Kirby Padgett shows off her crazy hair on Crazy Hair Day.

The LOGOS children at Sanibel Community Church celebrated Flight Night and Crazy Hair Day on Jan. 30. Each child received a boarding pass and stood in a security line in order to board their “airplane,” destined for Paradise Falls, South America. Their in-flight movie was “Up.” The SCC flight attendants served the children turkey sandwiches, chips and juice. Fifth-grade passengers flew “first-class” and received soda as their beverage of choice with their dinner. For Crazy Hair Day, blues, bows and bee-hive styles were popular among the students. The youth challenged each other in a paper airplane contest. Each designed, folded and flew their airplane in hopes of winning the longest flight award, which is received at the year-end banquet. Open to pre-kindergarteners to fifth-graders, LOGOS meets on Wednesdays from 3:30 to 6:45 p.m. at the church, at 1740 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel. For more information, contact Holly Patton-Roark at 239-472-2684.