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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Wanted: Four-footed mascot for Hermon high school

Photo by Jan Tik/Flickr

Poodles and chihuahuas need not apply.  Los Angeles International Charter High School, home of the Bulldogs, has put out the word that it is seeking a suitable canine mascot that is comfortable with screaming crowds and cheerleaders. Wendi Riser, author of the All Things Hermon newsletter, describes what the school is looking for:

Know of a bulldog that was meant for greater glory?  How about being an official high school mascot?  L.A. International Charter High School (the Bulldogs), in Hermon, is looking for just that — one ruggedly handsome “bully” to serve as their official mascot.  The cheerleading squad would love to have him join them for Tuesday-Thursday games throughout the year, from approximately 3 p.m. to 5 P.M. and even pep rallies every last Monday of the month around 2 p.m.

Bulldog owners are asked to call a Paola, the Hermon school’s cheerleading coach at (323) 257-1499.



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One comment

  1. that sounds great. did you no that there is a neighborhood council in your area? may be thay can help the school?

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