The Endicott Cheerleaders continue to show that not only do they work hard on the field, they also take great pride in their services to the community. On campus, the team participated in the Safe Trick or Treat event on Halloween. These young women selflessly gave up their night to hand out candy and do face painting for kids (and parents) around the Beverly area. The members were full of smiles and enjoyed the happiness that was brought to each child's face.
The team also has plans for Endicott' Relay for Life event to raise money for the American Cancer Society. This year it was a unanimous decision among the team to form their own team and participate. The group plans to raise as much money as possible for this amazing cause and each cheerleader is patiently waiting for the memories that will be made on Relay Day.
One senior captain worked extremely hard to help organize an auction this past semester. Her hard work and dedication inspired fellow teammates to volunteer at the auction and help their captain. This was just another example of the family-like bond each and every cheerleader has with one another.
In addition to their community service endeavors, the team has been hard at work on promoting Gull Pride at the sporting events. At a few football games this season, a group of cheerleaders were at the entrance of the stadium and gave out EC face tattoos to get the crowd more spirited.
With the team focusing on practicing their routines for nationals, there are still multiple chances to catch them in local competitions before they depart for Florida. Please see below for regional events that you can attend to support the team.
March 8th - Beverly High School , Beverly, Mass.
March 16th- Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, R.I.
March 23rd - Woburn High School, Woburn, Mass.
March 30th- Woburn High School, Woburn, Mass.
The last chance to see the team in person before Nationals is when they host their annual Family and Friends night on April 6th at the Endicott College Post Center.