Experience Competitive Cheering with Detroit PAL’s 27th Annual Cheer Competition

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Come Experience the Talent, Skills and Sportsmanship of our 27th Annual Cheer Competition
Over 1000+ girl youth participants from our twenty-four cheer organizations and 4000+ spectators will be in attendance to see our kids showcase their talent.  
What:
Detroit PAL’s largest girl sport program made up of 8 – 14 year old girls will hold its 27th annual Cheer Competition.The competition will showcase the tumbling, cheering and dancing skills that will be judged and scored. Spectators will include our 24 football organizations, parents and volunteers who love the sport of cheering. These girls cheer throughout the season for our football teams and this event serves has a dedication to their sport and highlight the positive impact the sport of cheer has on young girls to help them become women of high character of our future. Tickets are $4 in advance sold at the Detroit PAL office.  On the day of the event tickets are $5 at the door. Kids five and under are free. Doors will open at 9 am and free parking will be available.
When:

Sunday, October 27, 2013 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Where:

Calihan Hall located at University of Detroit Mercy Campus. 4001 McNichols Rd. W, Detroit, Mi 48221 [Indoor Event]

Available Interviews:

Dewayne Jones, Director of Athletics for Detroit PAL
Coach Pott, Commissioner of Cheer for Detroit PAL
About Detroit PAL
Detroit PAL is a non-profit organization positively impacting the lives of over 10,000 children each year through athletic and leadership development programs with roots dating back to 1970. In partnership with the Detroit Police Department, Detroit PAL builds character in young people and empowers the community by training volunteer coaches and by creating safe places for kids to play. Each year, Detroit PAL teaches more than 1,300 caring community members how to be encouraging and effective mentors.

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