Christi Charron @15

Christi Charron @15

It’s SLCS’ 15th anniversary year. After practice each week Sayrah presents Cheerleader service awards… 1 year… 3 years… 6 years… and so on. This week she presented a 15-year award to SLCS Founder Christi Charron.

Christi Charron, Soft Linden, and 2 dozen cheerleaders visiting after SLCS Thursday practice
Soft Linden and some other guests joined us to celebrate Christi and SLCS’ 15th anniversary.
Aero Bigboots and Lexie Farlight at the 50-yard-line at Srooc Skytower Memorial Stadium in the Cheertopia region of Second Life.
Upcoming January trainee Lexie (lexie.farlight) practiced with us tonight.
Aero Bigboots and Christi Charron on stage at Srooc Skytower Memorial Stadium in Second Life.
We all signed a virtual card for SLCS founder Christi Charron and I presented it to her on stage at Srooc Skytower Memorial Stadium in the Cheertopia region of the real metaverse, Second Life.

Made with Padlet
SLCS founder Christi Charron surrounded and bombarded by hundreds of "15 years of service" gold statues.
When Sayrah presents service awards she gives the recipient their 1, 3, 6-year etc trophy suitable for displaying in luxury skyboxes around the Second Life grid. Since no cheerleader has ever received a 15-year award before, Sayrah had to make a 15-year award special for Christi. Actually, she made 15-hundred of them, made them “SL Physical”, and dropped them all on her head.

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