Registration Open for Razorback Kid Spirit
Calling all young Hog Fans! Registration for the 2021 Razorback Kid Spirit Program is now open, giving young Hog fans interested in cheerleading and dance a fun and engaging way to connect with Arkansas Athletics.
Members will receive a Kid Spirit Box with an official T-shirt, button, sticker, Razorback pom poms, and Razorback bracelet. Members will also receive a personal birthday phone call from a Razorback Athletics Spirit Squad member, as well as admission to Virtual Junior Spirit Day and Virtual Junior RBI Girl Day.
"I think we could all learn a thing or two from young fans," Razorback cheerleader McKenzie Selph said. "They love unconditionally and believe in miracles. The younger generation of fans are the future of the University of Arkansas, and with that being said, our future looks bright."
Razorback Kid Spirit is a yearlong program to connect kids to Razorback Athletics through interactive experiences with the Razorback Cheerleaders, Pom Squad and Mascots. It is the second year of the program.
"Our members had role models in their respective sports who made performing at the college level a reality," said Brooke Bailey, director of Spirit Programs. "We jump at the chance to be role models for future Razorbacks and Kid Spirit is a great outlet to do so."
For more information and to register, click here.
Brooke Bailey, head coach
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