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PSLAA Announces Partnership with Special Olympics

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PSLAA is proud to announce a new partnership with Special Olympics Florida - St. Lucie County by serving as a registered training program for cheerleading for athletes ages 8-12. This special needs program is the only of its kind offered locally, and PSLAA is thankful for the opportunity to fill a void. Albert Alicea, PSLAA Board President states, “At PSLAA, we firmly believe that all children should have the ability to participate in activities, regardless of physical or intellectual limitations. We are so happy to be expanding our family.”

Cheerleaders will practice and participate in games and half-times at R.D. McCorkle field, located at 227 NW Irving St, Port St. Lucie. As with all Special Olympics sports training, registration is free to participants. If interested, please register at Registration is limited to 10 athletes at this time, but a waiting list will be created.

PSLAA is a recreational youth football and cheerleading program dedicated to training athletes from ages 4-16, with a history of 34 years in our community. For all other registrations or for sponsorship opportunities, please visit or in person on 7/14 from 9 A.M. to 1:00 PM. PSLAA will be offering a free football and cheerleading conditioning camp from 7/16-7/19 at R.D. McCorkle field from 6-8 P.M. and will also be accepting registrations at that time.



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