Germantown High School Cheerleading Clinic
September 19, 2009 for Girls Grades 1—8
For several years, the Germantown Cheer Team has been entertaining and supporting Germantown Athletics. We are inviting girls grade 1– 8 to spend a day of fun with us learning how to stunt, dance, and cheer! Then show your family and friends what you’ve learned at our half time performance at the GHS Varsity Football Game on September 25, 2009.
Morning Group: 9:00am – 12:00pm
Grades 1 – 5
Afternoon Intensive Group: 1pm – 4pm
Grades 6 – 8
- Learn a dance, cheer, and stunt to be performed at the September 25th Home Varsity Football game.
- Receive a Germantown Cheer Clinic tee shirt (please choose shirt size on registration form)
- Have your picture taken with the Germantown Varsity Cheer Team
- Snack and Drink Provided
- $25 Resident / $30 Non-Resident (Check made payable to GHS Cheer)
Your child should wear gym shoes and black or gray shorts and have hair pulled back.
Questions can be directed to Kim Konzal @262-389-0550.
Child’s Name ______________________________________________________
Age ________________ Grade ________________
Parent’s Name _____________________________________________________
Emergency Contact Name & Phone Number
Tee Shirt Size: _____Child Small _____ Child Medium _____ Child Large
_____Child XL _____Adult Small _____Adult Medium _____Adult Large
Send check made payable to GHS Cheer with bottom portion to: Kim Konzal N100 W14362 Sunburst Trail, Germantown, WI 53022. Registrations must be received by September 17th
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