Baltimore Lady Mariners Calender Release Parties

Lady Mariners Calendar

The Baltimore Lady Mariners are having not one, but two calendar release parties: Friday, March 13th at Mosaic Night Club and Lounge and Friday, March 20th at Angels Rock Bar. Both locations are in Baltimore. Not only will fans have a chance to pick up the hot-of-the-presses calendar, they can watch the Lady Mariners perform as well.

Lady Mariners Director Audra Weaver was a bit secretive about the calendar telling us, “It’s a swimsuit calendar, but with a twist!” She says it’s definitely going to be something new and fun.

The teams takes the field for the first time Sunday, March 15th with new uniforms and we’re promised plenty of surprises all season long.

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Cheering with the Force: Shannon McClattie

From the Website of the South Carolina Force:

Shannon McClattie was named Director and Choreographer of your South Carolina Force Cheerleaders.

She comes to the organization with a wealth of experience in dance and professional cheerleader knowledge. An 11-year professional cheerleading veteran with the Panthers, she has assisted in choreographing show team shows, the 2000 millennium halftime show, and performed in St. John’s, Newfoundland at the 2001 Bud Bowl. In 2005 she represented the Panthers at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii and in 2006 in a nationally televised show competing with other professional cheerleading teams.

Shannon is no stranger to hard work and works full time as a Forensic Social Work Investigator for the Department of Social Services.

She earned a BA in Criminal Justice from Fort Valley State University where she served 3 years as Captain of the Blue Machine Marching Band Dance team, The Dancing Dolls. After graduating college, she choreographed dance routines for high schools in Georgia and Florida.

“My goal is to have a great season with this organization and bring my professionalism to the cheerleading team so that the finished product is one the city and surrounding area can be proud of. I am thankful for the opportunity to work with the Force and look forward to a winning season” says McClattie. Shannon also states “My motto has always been ‘Don’t watch the show, be the show’ and I plan to incorporate my enthusiasm and love for dance and football together to bring to the fans the best cheerleading team in the AIFA”

The South Carolina Force gladly welcomes Shannon McClattie into its organization.

Auditions for the South Carolina Force Cheerleaders are Sunday, March 8th in Greeneville. Complete details here.