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Houston Texans Cheerleaders host Mini Jr. Cheer Camp at Texas Children’s Hospital


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Eight Houston Texans Cheerleaders brought fun and excitement to Texas Children’s Hospital Aug. 15 with their third annual Mini Jr. Cheer Camp. More than 20 patients and their families were treated to a performance by the cheerleaders before breaking up into small groups to create a team cheer. Patients also decorated pennants and had the opportunity to take photos with and get autographs by the cheerleaders. Following the cheerleading event, the Texans Cheerleaders visited neurology and neurosurgery patients, bringing the spirit to their rooms as well.




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