Located in front of the administration building, a new bronze cougar sculpture now welcomes visitors to campus.
The sculpture was sold to Campion by George Ferrel, an auctioneer in town and parent of a Campion graduate. Due to the generosity of donors Dick and Ardis Stenbakken, funding was possible between Campion and the donors to obtain this sculpture.
In the next couple weeks, the cougar’s name will be finalized. The administration team is looking
for a name that represents our campus spirit and inspires campus visitors.
As the city of Loveland is well-known for its production of bronze sculptures, it has always been a dream of Principal Don Reeder to have a bronze cougar on campus. He commented, “To have God arrange this special gift when we’ve had many struggles with COVID and finances, told me that God is not done with Campion Academy. It gave me confidence that God is taking care of us in a tough school year.”
Tiffany Dien, Campion News Team