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Head over heels for cheerleading

As Rebecca Karrenbauer, 12, left, of Clearwater and  Joselyn Harden, 12,  of Indian Rocks Beach do cartwheels  Monday, August 4, 2014 in the cheerleading summer camp at the Highland Recreation Complex in Largo,  Savannah Holland, 6, of Belleair  takes mental notes because she hasn't mastered the cartwheel just yet.   Campers ages 6 to 14 are learning beginner and intermediate level cheers, jumps, stunts and dance routines from instructor Aimee Schmidt of the All American Youth Activities Program.  CHERIE DIEZ   |   Times

CHERIE DIEZ | Times

As Rebecca Karrenbauer, 12, left, of Clearwater and Joselyn Harden, 12, of Indian Rocks Beach do cartwheels Monday, August 4, 2014 in the cheerleading summer camp at the Highland Recreation Complex in Largo, Savannah Holland, 6, of Belleair takes mental notes because she hasn't mastered the cartwheel just yet. Campers ages 6 to 14 are learning beginner and intermediate level cheers, jumps, stunts and dance routines from instructor Aimee Schmidt of the All American Youth Activities Program. CHERIE DIEZ | Times

CHERIE DIEZ | Times

As Rebecca Karrenbauer, 12, left, and Joselyn Harden, 12, do cartwheels Monday in the cheerleading summer camp at Highland Recreation Complex in Largo, 6-year-old Savannah Holland, who hasn't mastered the maneuver, takes mental notes. Campers from ages 6 to 14 are learning beginner and intermediate level cheers, jumps, stunts and dance routines from instructor Aimee Schmidt of the All-American Youth Activities Program.

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