March 2, 2021

Alumni News – March 2021

Josh Clark (’01) is the owner of Neverland Balloons and Facepainting and says that his business has really been growing. His TikTok account, @BalloonJosh, which provides fun, family-friendly content, has grown to over 1.4 million followers in just five months. He now gets paid to make TikTok videos and is also listed as Balloon Josh on FamousBirthdays.com.

Josh is a graduate of Columbia International University where he earned a B.S. with a double major in Youth Ministry and Biblical Studies. His wife Amanda is a second-grade teacher at CCS and the couple attends Greater Houston Church.

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