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Denville PAL Cheerleading Registration Open

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DENVILLE, NJ-- Denville PAL Cheerleading registration is open for the 2016 season. The early bird registration recently opened and will save interested families $20.

The Denville PAL (Police Athletic League) Cheerleading program is a recreational volunteer-based organization that pours any proceeds back into the program. The Program is run by a committee of volunteers to assist in building a safe & fun atmosphere for continued skill based learning of cheerleading. We utilize Teen volunteers from the community with backgrounds in dance and cheer for coaching under the direction of our Coach Coordinator and the guidance of volunteer Adult Coaches and Team Parents.

This recreational town program is available for girls of all levels from Kindergarten through 8th grade.  They cheer during the regular season games for our local football team, the Denville Blue Angels. The participants are split into seven different cheering squads: Minis, Pre-Clinic, Clinic, Super PeeWee, PeeWee, JV, & Varsity. 

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The squads learn a choreographed halftime routine to be performed at the pep rally and then each week at their games. Practices begin in July and end at the Pep Rally. The games run from Labor Day thru Thanksgiving. Denville PAL Cheerleaders will also be participating in the Denville Township's Holiday Parade which takes place Thanksgiving weekend. 

The program provides practice t-shirts, sweatshirts, bows & socks for the girls to keep at the end of the season. Uniforms and pom-poms will be distributed prior to the Pep Rally in late August.

The early bird registration is open until March 31. To register, head to Denville PAL Cheerleading on League Lineup. 

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