The Tyler Junior College cheerleaders lent a helping hand to Tyler Meals on Wheels on Tuesday.
The group arrived in full uniform today to help package and divide the food. TJC is relying on campus organizations to participate in community service. It's a new partnership that TJC wants to continue, and a positive start for the cheerleaders for their upcoming school year.
"It's good to set them on the right foot on what to do for the community because the community gives back to TJC as well and it just helps us to team bond and really be an influence in the community," said Clayon Adams, a TJC cheerleader."
The group went on two Meals on Wheels routes and were able to deliver 24 meals throughout the community.
Saturday, July 26 2014 2:09 PM EDT2014-07-26 18:09:07 GMT
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