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Cowboys Announce Return of Junior Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Program

It’s a chance for the next generation of Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders to learn from the current ones.

The Dallas Cowboys have announced the return of the Junior Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Power Pom classes, a non-competitive, class for dancers.

"This program gives young girls the exciting opportunity to experience the joy of dance alongside the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders,” said Kelli Finglass, Dallas Cowboys Director of Cheerleading. “While learning performance skills, the Junior DCC program promotes confidence, character and physical fitness in young girls."

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Registration is now available.

Power Pom classes, taught by authentic Cowboys Cheerleaders, begin in February at the new Next Step Dance location at Dallas Cowboys Headquarters at The Star in Frisco.  Classes are available for ages 5-8 (Mini DCC) and 9-12 (Junior DCC), and provide performance team opportunities such as halftime and plaza performances at Cowboys home games, nursing home visits with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, a year-end recital and more.

For more information and to register, visit DallasCowboys.com/JuniorDCC or contact Next Step Dance at (214) 387-4466.

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