Saugus High School’s cheerleading squads are hosting a cheer clinic fundraiser Sept. 25 that will teach cheer skills to kindergarteners through eighth graders, who will then have an opportunity to perform during halftime of a Saugus varsity football game in October.
Scheduled 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25, in the Saugus High School gym, the clinic offers a fun learning experience with the award-winning Saugus cheerleaders, who will teach the children basic jumps and chants. There will also be team- and spirit-building activities, and the clinic will finish with a special performance for parents and friends.
Each participant will receive a Saugus Cheer Clinic T-shirt, snacks, and a photo with a Saugus cheerleader. Participants will also be invited to show off their new skills in a performance during halftime of a Friday night Saugus football game Oct. 7 at College of the Canyons.
Space is limited, and pre-registration is available for $35 per child through Sept. 12, with a postmark deadline of Sept. 9. Late or walk-in registration will be offered for $40 on a space-available basis, and late registrants are not guaranteed a T-shirt. Proceeds benefit Saugus cheer programs.
Registration forms are available online at www.saugushighschoolcheer.com.
Additional information is available by calling Erin Whyte at (661) 305-7262 or Charissa Elvington at (661) 313-1690.
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