Princeton 2017 P rade Class of 1976's 41st Reunion Cannon Cheer Crew Documentary

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This Documentary was filmed during the 2017 Princeton Reunions on Saturday 6-3-17 on the Campus of Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey. Joanne Flournoy SS'76 ( "SS" means Super Spouse) and H'76 ( "H" means Honorary) took so many good photos and videos that we decided to divide the Documentary into two parts. This Documentary is the first part with the 2017 Cannon Cheer Crew that covered the P-rade before our Princeton Class of 1976 started marching in the P-rade. The Cannon Cheer Crew performed during this First Documentary. This Documentary is fewer than 12 minutes long. We edited it down greatly. Watch the whole Documentary. It improves as it rolls. Making this Documentary has become an annual tradition. This is the 41th Reunion for the Class of 1976. Matt Flournoy '76, the Princeton Professor of Cheer, is tenured in his self endowed Chair of Cheer. This year Linda Johnson '76 and Jean Faust Jorgensen '76, two fun loving members of the Great Class of 1976, helped the Professor of Cheer by holding the two signs for the Locomotive Cheer after our Class of 1976 started marching. 2017 Cannon Cheer Crew ("Crew") members were: 1. Stuart "Stu" Pomeroy '18, 2. Steven Sobel '18, 3. Qalea Ismail '19, 4. Kendra "Tia" Weledji '18, 5. Anna Blyth '18, and 6. Kate Woolford '19. A Big Thanks to Stu Pomeroy '18 and Steven Sobel '18 who recruited the 2017 Cannon Cheer Crew. The six students of the 2017 Cannon Cheer Crew are active current members of Cannon Club, an Eating Club at Princeton University. Here is some Princeton Eating Club History. Three Princeton Eating Clubs: 1. Cannon, 2. Dial, and 3, and Elm merged in 2011 to create and reopen as one Princeton Eating Club in 2011. The Princeton Professor of Cheer searched for the Cheer Worthy - people who showed enthusiasm - to lead them in the Classic Princeton Locomotive Cheer. Cheer Worthy Fans liked reading the lyrics of the Locomotive Cheer as they cheered out loud. Fans complimented the Crew for providing an old school teleprompter sign with the lyrics of the Locomotive Cheer. Our Crew taught the fans a quick course called "Cheer 101" on how to cheer the Classic Princeton Locomotive Cheer. Joanne Flournoy SS'76 and H'76 served as the sole Cinematographer. Enjoy the Enthusiasm. Sorry that we did not include all of the Members of the Class of '76 in this Documentary who participated in the P-rade. That omission is the Professor's fault and not the Cinematographer's fault. Yours truly, Joanne Flournoy SS'76 H'76 and Matt Flournoy '76 Princeton Professor of Cheer Marietta, Georgia

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