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Our goal is to provide an extracurricular football and cheerleading program to the youth of our community that is devoted to the safety, education and sportsmanship of our young athletes.

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Eco-Scents 100% Soy Candles
Fundraiser for Chittenango Pop Warner
ONLY $10 EACH!!!

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Our pure soy candles come in a glass hex jar with gold lid (1Ib. total weight). When purchasing from us, you are not only helping the athletes in Chittenango Pop Warner, but also NYS small business and U.S. farmers. These candles are hand poured with great pride by the owners. We guarantee that you cannot find a stronger scented or more lovingly made candle anywhere. Regionally we could charge almost twice the price we do, but instead count on your satisfaction and word of mouth to increase our volume instead of our profit margin.

CHITTENANGO POP WARNER RECEIVES $5 FOR EVERY CANDLE PURCHASED!!
 

A Porta-Poddy of Chittenango Headed to Outer Space Thanks to OUR CHEER TEAM!

The Super Bowl will dominate headlines this weekend, but a more historic bit of news just dropped in the world of competitive sports. On Friday, scientists announced the winners of the very first outer space sporting event. Each of the contestants is smaller than a pinprick.

Project MERCCURI, the cheerleader-driven effort to understand how microbes behave in space, has just released the results of a competition that’s been brewing at the International Space Station for the past nine months. Now we know which bacteria, amongst forty eight elite contestants drafted from a pool of hundreds, are planet Earth’s finest in terms of growth rates, endurance, and team spirit.

Winners of Project MERCCURI’s “Microbial Playoffs” include a specimen of Kocuria rhizophila swabbed from the bottom of astronaut Buzz Aldrin’s shoe, a hardy strain of Bacillus pumilus that Pop Warner Chittenango Bears cheerleaders found in a Porta-Poddy, and Paenibacillus elgii, a lesser-known contender which hails from a Mars Exploration Rover parked at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

So, whether you cozy up into your couch this Sunday for a long afternoon of football, or, like millions of Americans, find yourself more captivated by The Walking Dead, just know that the real champions this year have quietly endured more hardship than any NFL player or zombie apocalypse survivor. And they’ve done so in outer space.

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