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Jr Bears Cheer to host Spaghetti Drive-thru Dinner


On Oct. 30, 2016, the Arbuckle Jr Bears Cheer Squad’s competed at the JAMZ Capital City Championship in Sacramento. This year’s Pee Wee squad scored a third place finish in their division and earned a spot to compete at JAMZ Youth National Championship in Las Vegas, NV, for the second year in a row. The 20 girls on the squad are aged 7-10 years old and live in Arbuckle, Dunnigan, Meridian, and Williams. The coaches are Jessica Karlonas of Williams and Alyssa Ramirez of Meridian. The JAMZ Youth National Championship will be held on Jan. 20 – 22, 2017, at the Orleans Arena.

To cover the cost of the girls’ entrance fee, hotel stay, and travel expenses, the girls and parents will be hosting a Spaghetti Drive Thru Dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 22, from 4 PM – 7 PM.

There will be two locations for pickup of your meal: Williams Fire Hall or Pierce High School.

For $10 each meal will include spaghetti, salad, bread, and a dessert.

To buy tickets, please contact any Jr Bear Pee Wee Cheerleader, Melissia Dowden (530) 501-3976, Jessica Karlonas (530) 867-0741, or stop by the Williams High School Office and see/ask for Mari Cruz.

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