Reunited and it "Cheers" so Good!
On September 13th, the CFL Toronto Argonauts Alumni Cheerleaders from 1996-2014 seasons, began rehearsals for their annual PINK game half-time show. The Argos are North America's longest-running professional football team. Their cheerleaders span over 5 decades.
30+ ladies from these seasons will perform, among other Alumni from decades past, on October 23rd, at the Rogers Centre in Toronto. This will be the last PINK game held by the Argonauts at the Rogers Centre, as the team moves to a new field next season. (The Rogers Centre is also home to MLB's Toronto Blue Jays.)
On October 23rd, these talented, dynamic ladies will say goodbye to what has been their "home turf" for the past few decades. The PINK game will raise awareness and money for women's cancers. Coordinators Andi Kovesdi, Elizabeth Morgan and Dawn Maracle (pictured together after practice), are working hard to make this year'
s show extra-special for fans and cheerleaders alike. Kristy Boyd is lending her choreographic talents to this year's performance.