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The community event raised money for the cheerleading team and celebrated the new stadium in preparation for the fall season. 

The West Linn High School football and cheerleading teams kicked off the new season this past weekend with their first annual Community Day.

PMG PHOTO: MIA RYDER-MARKS - During the event, West Linn High School cheerleaders organized a performance with local elementary students who attended their clinic a few weeks prior.

After over two years of delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic and supply chain issues, the revamped high school stadium is almost ready for use, and the teams wanted a way to celebrate the completion with the West Linn community.

PMG PHOTO: MIA RYDER-MARKS - Community members had the opportunity to try and dunk Principal Trevor Menne in a water tank.

During the Saturday, Aug. 20 event, there was a bit of everything for the community to participate in. This included food vendors, performances by the cheerleading team, a large dodgeball game and the chance to dunk Principal Trevor Menne in a water tank. Community members could also watch scrimmages from the varsity and junior varsity teams.

PMG PHOTO: MIA RYDER-MARKS - Football players played scrimmage games during the event.

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