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  • Wilco Wildcats 21-22 Cheer Teams

    Wilco 14U Coaches: Calvin and Morgan Harper Whitman Metea Strong Sophie Knight Esperanza Saloda Sophia Lopez Belen Howard Sophie Strohmi Emma Guerra Margot Rhem Hannah Herrington Annie Duham Summer Eekerle Lizzy Zuniga Brennan Scott Aubrey Buchanan Cali Baggett Patricia Bujdos Wilco 12U: Coaches: Destiny, Jill, and Steve Ana-Sophia Ward Tinsley Dorris Mary Drew Fowler Brooklyn Naranach Blake Watts Rebecca Turkey Adele Garges Kaylee Wilbanks Lyla Foster Anna Porter Meredith Mason Reese Broughton Maggie Wenk Quinn Mccomas Kenadee Good Claire Mays Ava Essell Ensley ....

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  • Woodland Warriors 21-22 Cheer Team

    2021-2022 WOODLAND WARRIORS COMPETITION CHEER SQUAD 1. Hannah Egli 2. Madeleine Jensen 3. Callie Matwijee 4. Gabbi Guerreno 5. Molly Guerreno 6. Josie Lockridge 7. Josie Baggett 8. Chayce Carter 9. Korie King 10. Sarah Green 11. Kyndal Winton 12. Lucy Rohan 13. Faith Hasna 14. Ava Seelinger 15. Juliane Whitt 16. Jacy Whitt ....

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  • Athlete Safety

    Athlete Safety and Protection Premier Athletics takes the safety and well-being of its athletes very seriously. It is important for everyone participating in all sports but specifically cheerleading, dance, or gymnastics to understand that everyone plays a role in athlete safety, this includes but is not limited to you the parents, the athletes, Premier Athletics coaches, and staff. Below are resources to provide education and information on how you can be involved in athlete safety. If there are allegations that Law Enforcement needs to be aware of, we encourage you to contact Law Enforcement directly. However, if you are not comfortable contacting law enforcement directly, we contract ....

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  • 2020-2021 Team Selection Tumbling Groups - NASH

    Dear Premier Athletics Families, Thank you for being a part of Step 1 of the Team Selection process. As we said in our Zoom Meetings, we will be placing “Training Groups” to start the season. These are NOT
    teams! Your athlete will continue to train in the group that best fits their current tumbling skills thrown during the evaluation process. Once we are cleared to stunt based on the CDC guidelines, we will then place our “official” teams for the 2020-2021 season.Please understand that athletes will in fact move up and down through the levels once we can complete Step 2 of the Team Selection process.I’m sure that this can and will create some questions and ....

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  • Healthy Food Swap: Go Bunless!

    Healthy Food Swap: Go Bunless!

    If you're looking to cut down on carbs and calories while adding extra nutrition, look no further. One of our favorite healthy-ish hacks is going bun-less!
    Here are a few ways and recipes that may lose the bun while adding major flavor! 1. Burgers are a summer staple, switch things up this season by using a crisp lettuce wrap
    instead of that carb filled bun! Plus, it adds an unexpected crunch! 2. Turkey sandwiches are a lunchtime favorite, make them even tastier by serving them on a Cucumber
    instead of boring white bread! 3. Upgrade your veggie sandwiches with this Goat Cheese and Avocado Portobello Sandwich
    ! 4. Sloppy joes are a weeknight must have but make them even tastier ....

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  • DIY Ice Cream Social

    DIY Ice Cream Social

    What a better way to celebrate Summer than with an Ice Cream Social?! Invite your child's friends over or have some one on one bonding time together, either way it will be a blast. We love this recipe for homemade ice cream from DIY Joy Blog: Ingredients:
    - 1 Mason Jar
    - Whipping Cream
    - 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
    - 1 tbsp Sugar
    1. Fill a mason jar halfway with whippingcream
    2. Add in 1 tsp. of vanilla & 2 tbsp of sugar
    3. Shake, shake, shake
    4. Wrap with a cold, wet tissue andrefrigerate
    After your ice cream is made you need fun toppings! A few of our favorites are chocolate chips, mini reese's pieces, sprinkles, bananas, strawberries, hot fudge, cookie dough ....

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  • 5 Educational Apps for Children

    5 Educational Apps for Children

    We will admit it, sometimes parents need a break! Even if your child is very active sometimes car trips, rainy days or waiting for your table.. an iPad or smartphone can be a lifesaver. Today we're sharing 5 apps that help your child stay quiet and happy when the situation is not in your favor! Don't worry, all the apps are educational so you don't have to feel too guilty. 1. PBS Kid's Games --
    This app will never bore your child. With over 50 free learning games filled with PBS characters, your child can learn more about math, science and more without even realizing it. 2. Elmo Loves ABCs --
    Full of videos, activities, and games, this educational app teaches your toddlers about ....

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  • Easy Summer BBQ

    Easy Summer BBQ

    Want to throw the PERFECT Summer BBQ but not sure where to start? Or maybe you just need some fresh inspiration? Well, we’re here to help! Enjoy our advice on your next CHEERFUL, Summer gathering!
    1. Everyone loves a Potluck
    ! You provide the meats and guests provide the sides! Most people have a dish they love to bring to potlucks and like to contribute what they can. 2. Don’t overdo it.
    Who doesn’t love a good hot dog or hamburger? Limit your shopping list to key items and recipes. 3. Set the mood with music.
    We all have those songs that remind us of Summer! Aim for some feel good music like classic rock, Country top hits, 90’s hip hop ....

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  • Summer Bucket List

    Summer Bucket List

    Don't worry Moms and Dads, you're not the only one worried about Summer approaching! Yes, it's very exciting to spend more time with your young ones but it also means much more free time. Today we're giving you a fun way to make the most of Summer days. Start by making a '2019 Summer Bucket List' with your children. You could make one for each child or one for the whole family and have children each submit ideas. Here's a few of our favorite bucket list ideas: - Find the Popsicle Man - Drawing contest with sidewalk chalk - Neighborhood Games (Tag, Hide & Seek, Baseball) - Test out different city parks and find your favorite slide - Read new books - Cook a new recipe together ....

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  • Treat Yourself this Mother’s Day

    Treat Yourself this Mother’s Day

    Mother's Day is right around the corner! If you're a mom, you know you deserve a whole decade, not just a day. Nonetheless, it's a full day to spoil MOMS. If you're a mom reading this or know a mom who needs this, send it to her- because today we're sharing 5 Ways to Show Yourself Some Self Love this Mother's Day.
    1. Have a mini pamper session! Book a spa day or go the DIY route. Ask for some me time and spend the day in the bath with your fave book, treat yourself to a face mask, a manicure, and your favorite dessert. Watch your favorite movie or head to your favorite park for some alone time. Whatever pampers you
    the most, DO IT! 2. Create a vision board.
    As a mom, it's easy to get ....

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  • DIY Pedicure

    DIY Pedicure

    After a long practice, a day at work or just a weekend spoil session, one of the best ways to relax is with a pedicure! If you want the fun of doing it at home or just looking to save a little money, don't worry we're breaking down everything you need + a step by step guide to the perfect at home pedicure. If you're looking for a fun activity to do with your little one, this one would be perfect! Have your young one help prepare everything and then show them how to complete each step. It's a fun and rewarding bonding experience. Here's what you'll need:

    Polish Remover
    Cotton Balls or Pads *If you already have polish on
    Nail Clippers
    Nail File
    Nail Block (Buffer)
    Large Bucket (Or you can ....

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  • Warm Weather Slow Cooker Recipes

    Warm Weather Slow Cooker Recipes

    Often the word crockpot is associated with comfort food, savory soups, hearty meals, and winter memories. Today I'm here to mix up your definition of crockpot and give you 6Delicious Spring Slow Cooker Recipes.
    -Spring days may be warm, but nights can still get a little chilly! Keep this Red Beans and Rice Recipe from Jen Reviews
    on hand for a happy, warm and full family. -Nothing screams spring time like fresh, juicy pineapple! Sweeten up your next dinner with my personal favorite, BBQ Pineapple Chicken
    . Only 3 ingredients but loads of flavor! -Sloppy Joe fans rejoice! This fun, light twist on your childhood classic will be a family favorite. We cannot wait to devour these ....

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  • Spring Cleaning with Children

    Spring Cleaning with Children

    Spring is officially here which can only mean one thing - it's time for Spring Cleaning! Spring cleaning with kids can be stressful but with our tips, kids will not only learn about doing chores, help you and have fun! - Set Expectations Early.
    Make it a date with your children! Let them know a week before and remind them. Let them know it's a team activity that you will be tackling together. Pump them up by letting them know everyone's help will make a big difference. - Get Kids Involved in the Planning.
    Kids like to make their own plan vs. being told what to do. Have them go through their room and see if they can make a list of things that need to be done. You can even treat it as an ....

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  • 7 Easy Breakfast Ideas to Rock Your Morning

    7 Easy Breakfast Ideas to Rock Your Morning

    Mornings can be a battle, especially with young kids. Make them a little more enjoyable by stocking your recipe cabinet with easy, fun and healthy breakfast ideas! Don't worry, we've done the hard work for you and rounded up 7 of the best breakfast ideas for on the go parents! 1. These Milk and Cereal Pops
    are number one on our list because they are SO fun and unique (but still super easy)! These would be a hit no matter what the age, plus they are so adorable they could even pass for a fun dessert. 2. Get Creative Juice blog whipped up these Egg 'Muffins'
    , that are so easy and a sneaky way to incorporate protein and veggies! The small, handheld muffins are made up of eggs, ....

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  • 6 Fun Easter

    6 Fun Easter

    Bonding with your children is so very important, especially as they grow older! You'll always cherish the moments you spent doing special activities together, especially when you can look back and see how easy and mess free those moments were. The month of April is here, bringing warmer weather, longer days and Easter! One of the best Easter traditions is decorating eggs and displaying them for everyone to admire, the only problem is that it can be hard and turn into a giant mess. Leaving the kids to lose interest and Mama to be stuck with a huge disaster. To help ease up on some of the holiday stress, we're sharing six unexpected, fun and mess free ways to decorate eggs this year! - ....

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  • Healthy Food Swap: Zoodles

    Healthy Food Swap: Zoodles

    After an almost-spring-weekend, it's nice to have a few go-to dinner solutions that are healthy, fun and filling. A few weeks ago we shared our favorite 'rice hack' and this week we are sharing our favorite noodle hack! Meet 'zoodles', better known as zucchini noodles. This low-carb alternative veggie will have your kids splurging up pasta night without any suspicion of a veggie fake out. Not only are they fun and easy to make, but they are also quick to cook and cheap. First, you'll need to purchase a spiralizer , but don't worry they're usually around $10! Next, you'll need about 4-5 zucchini squash to feed a family of four. Finally, you'll need whatever sauce and toppings you want. ....

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  • 4 Rainy Day Activities to Try this Week

    4 Rainy Day Activities to Try this Week

    We're in the home stretch to Spring! The old saying is true, Spring Showers Bring the Flowers- which means parents are running out of at home activities (and patience!). Today we've found 4 rainy day activities that are easy to throw together, won't break the bank and will have your kids laughing and playing for hours! - This Tape Game is both fun and educational. Using tape on your floor in the shape of different letters plus prompting them to 'Bear Crawl to the B' or 'Crab Walk to the C' will have your children moving and learning. - Need a quick fix? Blow up a few balloons and have your children hit it up in the air as many times as possible without letting it touch the ground. ....

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  • Potty Training Tips that Work So You Don’t To

    Potty Training Tips that Work So You Don’t To

    The dread and excitement that approaches with potty training is inevitable! You are so excited to teach your toddler something new, watch them hit a new milestone and take a step towards childhood but at the same time there is fear that they will never learn, frustration with the process and overall another stress added to your day. Don't worry we're right there with you and here to ( hopefully ) help the processes go a little smoother. Today we are rounding up some tried and true tips and tricks that will help your little one out of diapers in no time! -- Little ones can get a little too happy with the toilet paper roll causing for many clogged toilets. We love this trick from Today's ....

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  • Importance of Childhood Activities

    Importance of Childhood Activities

    The more your kids move, the better they will feel and the healthier they will be. We’ve all heard stories about professional athletes trying to mimic the movements of a baby and after an hour or so being completely exhausted. Before they walk, babies naturally get ready for that huge developmental step by constantly working their muscles: they wave their arms, pump their legs, roll over, pull themselves up, and generally never stay still. Once kids start to walk, they are off and running and rarely slow down. Watch kids on the playground. They run, twirl, jump, and swing with exuberant energy. School age kids literally race from the building for recess and don’t quit until ....

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  • 6 Deliciously Adorable Valentine Treats

    6 Deliciously Adorable Valentine Treats

    Love in the air, treats in our bellies! What isn't to love about Valentine's Day! Make memories while whipping up something delicious this year. These easy snacks are fun for you to enjoy at home or for your little one to share with their class. Today we've rounded up 6 Deliciously Adorable Valentine Treats!
    1. Kicking off our list is an easy way to get the job done. In this article, you will find 16 Store-Bought Desserts Dressed Up for Valentine's Day
    . Our personal favorite? The festive Pretzel Buttons! 2. A one-step recipe? Yes, Please! This Valentine's Day Smore Snack Bowl
    might just be our new BFF. Easy, festive and delicious, we're sold. 3. Not a fan of sweets? Check out ....

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  • DIY Valentine Ideas

    DIY Valentine Ideas

    Happy February! The month of love is officially here and we are loving it. February brings the joy of Spring right around the corner and lots of Valentine events. Don't get caught cupid stupid this year, whip up one of these five adorable Valentine cards for your kids today! 1. I Only Have Eyes for You.
    All you need is some paper, markers and google-y eyes for this eye-catching creation! Head over to White House Crafts for the tutorial. 2. Your future looks promising this Valentine's Day with these adorable DIY Printable Fortune Cookie Valentines.
    This hands-on card comes to life with a little fun+ your little ones will have a blast scribbling secret messages to all their friends ....

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  • 5 Easy Ways to Clean the Dirtiest Spot in Your Home

    5 Easy Ways to Clean the Dirtiest Spot in Your Home

    Raise your hand if you feel like you're always cleaning your house! Don't worry, you're not alone but I bet you're like us and always forget to clean your sink. Did you know studies show that it's usually the dirtiest place in your home? Yikes! Today we're sharing some tips on how to keep your sink sparkling clean and most importantly, bacteria free. 1. Clear any dishes, old sponges or trash. Move any unused soap dispensers ( bonus, grab some soap from the Dollar Store and refill them!) or anything else on or around your sink. 2. Using this tutorial from Morgan Manages Mommyhood , clean out the disposal. The hot water removes build-up, grease and more! 3. Soak a cloth in vinegar and ....

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  • 5 Rainy Day Activities Your Child will Love

    5 Rainy Day Activities Your Child will Love

    The dreary winter months can be a total bore! Today we've found 5 rainy day activities that are easy to throw together, won't break the bank and will have your kids laughing and playing for hours! - This Tape Game is both fun and educational. Using tape on your floor in the shape of different letters plus prompting them to 'Bear Crawl to the B' or 'Crab Walk to the C' will have your children moving and learning. - Need a quick fix? Blow up a few balloons and have your children hit it up in the air as many times as possible without letting it touch the ground. Count together and have fun trying to beat their own goals each time! - Are your children fascinated with insects and creepy ....

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  • Ways to Teach Your Little Ones About New Year Resolutions

    Ways to Teach Your Little Ones About New Year Resolutions

    We hope you had awonderful holiday season! Whether you like it or not, the holidays are over and a new year is here again. 'New Year, New Me' is a big theme this time of year and it's a fun way to teach your young ones about goals, resolutions and more! We've compiled a few tips that should make this a fun activity to do together. First, you should explain the new year, what goalsare and also what resolutions are. This is a greatarticle
    if you need helpexplaining! Next, you should share a few of your goals and resolutions with your child. Try to keep thesepositive anduplifting and explain how you think these will help you and your family have a better year. Then ....

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  • Healthy Food Swaps: Sweet Potatoes

    Healthy Food Swaps: Sweet Potatoes

    After a delicious Holiday season, it's always nice to welcome the New Year with healthier versions of your favorite recipes! Hitting the reset button will help you to tackle 2019 head on, while feeling like your best self. One of our favorite things to do to feel a little bit healthier, without missing out on your go to recipes is a healthy food swap
    . Replacing something high in fat, carbs or sugar with something better for your body is a great step to a new you! Today we're sharing our love for Sweet Potatoes
    and Six Fun Food Swaps
    to try this January. Breakfast
    A hearty breakfast is a favorite of many people, but starting the day in a negative way can lead to bad consequences. ....

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  • 5 Holly Jolly Christmas Recipes

    5 Holly Jolly Christmas Recipes

    Christmas is only a few days away! If you haven't made your grocery list, time is ticking. Don't worry if you're stressing about your holiday menu, we have five last minute recipes that your family or friends are sure to love. 1. Your childhood favorite gets a fun and festive upgrade with this Pigs n a Blanket Wreath .
    This appetizer will make everyone smile. 2. Speaking of holiday appetizers, this Spinach Christmas Tree Twist
    is not only beautiful but delicious! Whip it up and watch it disappear. 3. You can't forget the star of the show, this Crock Pot Honey Ham
    will make it seem like you spent the whole day slaving in the kitchen without you lifting a finger! 4. Lighten up ....

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