By C.D. DESALVO
The Fort Hays State University cheerleaders and Tiger Debs are combining to host the FHSU Kids Spirit Camp on Jan. 15 for girls and boys in grades K-8th grade. Participants will get the opportunity to learn things such as routines and stunts from both FHSU spirit teams in the all-day event.
“We will be learning cheer and dance techniques like turns, jumps tumbling and stunting,” said Tiger Debs Assistant Coach Lauren Solzman. “They will also learn a routine that they will perform at halftime of the men’s basketball game on Jan. 20, and we will also do some games, arts and crafts, and (have) snacks provided.”
The camp will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 15 — a day that kids will have off from school.
“Since it’s on Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the kids should be out of school, we figured instead of their parents having to find babysitters and stuff, this could be a good alternative,” Solzman said.
The FHSU Kids Spirit Camp will be at Cunningham Hall on the campus of Fort Hays State University. The camp is one of the biggest fundraisers of the year for the FHSU spirit teams and registration by Jan. 8 will be $50. Registration after Jan. 8 and walk-ins will be $55.
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