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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | October 20, 2015

Clemson cheerleaders, band bring pep rally to young child

Clemson football is doing its part to help those in times of despair. Addison Grace Bolt, a terminally ill 9-month-old from South Carolina, suffers from Krabbe disease.

The Clemson Tiger mascot, cheerleaders and band organized a surprise pep rally for Addie and her family, while head football coach Dabo Swinney signed a football dedicated to her.

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It was always Jonathan and Stephanie Bolt’s dream, Addie’s parents, to bring their daughter to a Clemson football game. Unfortunately, she’s too sick to go.

So, Clemson decided to bring the game to Addie instead.

The Bolts certainly appreciated the pep rally, but they’re even more glad that Clemson’s efforts will help spread awareness for Krabbe disease.

 

 

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