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Carthage High School student named finalist for Inside Cheerleading Magazines Cheerleader of the Year

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Miss Kate Dawson has been selected as a finalist for Inside Cheerleading Magazines Cheerleader of the Year! Kate is a member of the Miami Elite Cheer team in Miami, Oklahoma. She is a Junior at Carthage High School and resides in Loma Linda, Missouri.

Kate was selected from thousands of applicants, and was selected as Today's Top Cheerleader in June of 2013 and appeared with in the Inside Cheerleading Magazine this summer. This is a huge honor! With thousands of cheerlebrity cheerleaders across the world applying for this and only six are selected for the entire year as Today's Top Cheerleader. Those six are the finalist for the year!. The Cheerleader of the year is selected by online voting across the world.

For Today's Top Cheerleader Kate won a price package from various sponsors (shown in photo attached) and she also won a $500 Soffee Scholarship. In the past 2 months Kate has won a total of $34,100 in College Scholarship for not being afraid to go after her dreams. She has done this thru Cheerleading and Pageants. On December 14th she is competing again for another scholarship and hopes to grab the title that could land her an additional $10,000. She encourages other to do the same....because you never know what the outcome can be!

We would love to encourage our community to vote for Kate! Voting is open and fans can vote daily until December 24, 2013 9:00pm EST.

Winning this would be a huge honor for Kate, our community and our gym!

To vote visit http://www.insidecheerleading.com/content/show/article.aspx?articleid=670&zoneid=1

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