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Be true to your school!

The North Adams Junior High cheerleaders perform during the cheerleading compeition at the 2014 Adams County Fair.

Here are the West Union High School cheerleaders in action at last year’s Adams County Fair.

School spirit will return to the 2015 Adams County Fair on Monday, July 13 when the annual Cheerleading Competition returns for another year. The competition next week is sponsored by Winchester Wholesale.

A new addition to the cheer evening this year will be the Competitive Dance Competition, which will begin at 5 p.m. There will be categories for Pee Wee, Junior High, Junior Varsity, Varsity, and Special Needs with a prize of $100 and a trophy to the winners.

At 7 p.m., the Cheerleading Competition gets underway in front of what should again be a packed grandstand. The categories for the competition include Pee Wee, Junior High, Junior Varsity, and Varsity (Mounting). The 2015-16 cheer squads from any school in Adams or surrounding counties are eligible to perform.

There will be divisions for both Dance and Cheer and squads may enter one or both and schools can enter more that one squad in a particular class.

All of the rules and regulations for this year’s competition can be found on Page 54 of the 2015 Adams County Fair Book.

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