Bothell Cougar Junior Cheer goes Zombie in flash mob | Letter

Zombie cheerleaders invaded McMenamin’s Anderson School with a flash mob on Oct. 28.

Bothell Cougar Junior Football Association cheer leaders invade McMenamin's in Bothell for a flash mob.

Zombie cheerleaders invaded McMenamin’s Anderson School with a flash mob on Oct. 28.

Lead by Kendra Gunhold and Jene’ Miller as co-directors of the local program, these third- through ninth-grade cheerleaders had been working hard all season on cheers, stunts and dances for the Bothell Cougar Junior Football Association (BCJFA) but the event was all about the unexpected entertainment to ring in the Halloween season and welcome McMenamin’s to Bothell.

Dancing their hearts out to Michael Jackson’s iconic “Thriller,” with moves right out of the ‘80’s music video, the Bothell Cougar Jr Cheerleaders flash mobbed the unsuspecting crowd.

Shuffling through the courtyard in torn up t-shirts, these talented cheerleaders pulled off a fun and amazing surprise.

To learn more about Bothell Cougar Jr Cheer, visit or find info on their Facebook Community Group – Bothell Cougar Jr Cheer Program.

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