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The Heuser Clinic
2040 Metal Lane
Louisville KY 40206
Heuser Clinic East
12101 Sycamore Station Place
Louisville, KY 40299
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Pitt Academy Cheerleaders
For the first time in its history, the Special Olympics Cheerleading team from Pitt Academy has been invited to compete on the national level. They received their invitation after winning first place in the 2011 State Championship in the Advanced 1B division. Cheersport Nationals will be held February 17-19, in Atlanta, Georgia. Over 950 cheer teams will be competing, but only 20 Special Olympic teams received a bid.
"We have been very competitive in Kentucky, and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to compete at the next level," said Michelle Rogers, head coach. "There is so much involved in competing at this level, but we have a very special group of young ladies that will represent our city and state well." The team is busy with fundraising efforts to help with their travel expenses. If you would like to help, you may send donations to the school earmarked "Cheer."
Pitt Academy is a 501(c3) non-profit school that provides an innovative learning environment in which children with a broad spectrum of learning and communication differences can reach their own academic, creative, and social potential. Pitt Academy serves children Kindergarten through 12th grades with disabilities such as Autism, Down Syndrome, MMD, FMD, Developmentally Delayed, ADD/ADHD, and Speech/Language disorder.
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