A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity has opened up for four Warren County students tomorrow. Warren County High School Pioneerettes Emily Womack and Tori Grissom and cheerleaders Cheyenne Clark and Brooke Atwood will be marching in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.
The four senior students earned a trip to New York City during summer camps and left for the Big Apple over the weekend.
It has become a regular tradition for Warren County to be represented in the parade by Pioneerettes and cheerleaders from the high school. Womack, Grissom, Clark and Atwood welcomed the opportunity to take part in the grand parade which marches straight through the heart of New York City.
Womack and Grissom, part of the Pioneerette dance team which recently won a state championship, made the trip to New York City after being selected during their time at the United Dance Academy over the summer.
The seniors are co-captains of the Pioneerette dance team and were chosen by UDA camp counselors to be in the parade.
Along with getting to march in tomorrow’s parade, Womack and Grissom get to spend a week in New York and perform at NBC Studios.
Womack and Grissom were a part of a show at the studio last night as the group of girls who were selected from the UDA camp performed a dance routine.
Tomorrow is the the biggest stage for the four Warren County students though. The Macy’s Day Parade can be seen on NBC tomorrow beginning at 9 a.m.