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Cheerleaders Help Fight Hunger With Successful Food Drive

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Note: The following press release was contributed.

The Force All-Stars, a competitive cheerleading team from the Force Sports Academy in Bethlehem, recently took time out of their busy practice schedule to collect more than 80 pounds of food to donate to a local food pantry. The Force cheerleading program believes in giving back to the community by participating in a variety of events throughout the year.

The Force All-Stars competitive cheerleading program was established in 1999. Over the years, its members have won many national titles, competed at U.S. Finals and the Cheerleading Worlds, and trained many members of local recreation and high school teams. The cheer staff has a combined 50 years of all-star coaching experience in all aspects of cheerleading, and is made up of former NCA and UCA staff members, all-star cheerleaders, college cheerleaders and national gymnastics team members.

Force Sports Academy’s philosophy is to directly influence the athletes in the program by advancing their skills and helping them reach their full potential by working with others to achieve common goals. Teamwork is a life lesson more valuable than cheerleading skills.

Force cheerleaders learn about sportsmanship, working together toward goals and striving to win. They are most proud of the life lessons that cheerleaders in their program have been able to learn.


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