Burlington City cheerleaders fundraising for Florida competition

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Currently, the team is one third of the way to its goal and feeling hopeful after receive sponsorships from local businesses, Brown said.

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The Burlington City Junior Pee Wee cheer team will compete for a national title in Orlando, Florida, later this month if they can raise $20,000 to cover travel and competition costs.

BURLINGTON CITY ‘ Like many triumphant athletes before them, the Burlington City Junior Pee Wee cheer team is going to Walt Disney World ‘ but first, they have to raise the funds.

The 9- to 11-year-old athletes would be the first from the city to cheer at Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports, where the Pop Warner youth football and cheerleading league will hold its national competition from Nov. 30 to Dec. 8.

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A Halloween Costume Party to benefit the Maclure Library will be held October 19, 7 p.m. ‘ midnight at Redfield’s Bar & Grill at the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club, Pittsford. Prizes and trophies for best costumes, 50/50 raffle with hundreds of dollars in prizes. Come dance the night away with music, appetizers and a cash bar. Search for Maclure Library on Facebook. $25 per person, [email protected], 483-2972.

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Newsy Suzie: Brea man with unique blood has donated more than 600 times

The Brea Pop Warner Pee Wee Football team recently won the league championship. (Courtesy of Scott Katkus)

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Barry Friedman helps people nation wide by donating his unique platelets. (Courtesy of Neda Majdimehir)

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Brea Olinda High School’s Homecoming Court includes, from left, Alexis Colon, Kaelyn Cradle, Brooke Farley, who was crowned queen, Nicole Wood and Emma Allred. (Courtesy of Pam Valenti)

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Barry saves with his blood, which is filled with valuable, ‘highly unique’ platelets. This Oct. 16, he celebrated his ‘sweet 600th’ platelet donation to the American Red Cross.

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