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"I was so fortunate to have had the opportunity to cheer for Auburn and loved every minute of it. Serving as an Auburn Cheerleader has been the perfect place for Anna to give back to Auburn." Wayne and Juli were partners back in the day.

When Wayne's daughter was old enough to swim, Francie began to get a taste of her dad's glory days.

9, 2012 By Mae Margaret Davis Each year, the Auburn University Cheerleaders are comprised of unique individuals. They love the many rich traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation.

I had a lump in my throat as I watched her run the Tigers on to the field for the first time." As a football player and wrestler in high school, Evans had never planned on finding his niche on the sidelines at Auburn.Similarly to Francie, he heard encouragement from his mother and decided it might be the right fit for him, as well. It just seemed like a fun thing to do, really, and some way to contribute." "His freshman year when he said he wanted to try out, I tried not to show too much excitement," Juli said.It is about the squad that becomes your family and the rewarding experiences that this opportunity provides."I told Francie that in addition to being a skilled cheerleader, she had to reflect Auburn in her attitude and actions."When I expressed the slightest bit of interest, my dad encouraged me, and he said `I loved my experience, and I would love for you to do the same.'" Just in her first year of cheering at Auburn, it was as exciting a moment for Wayne as it was for Francie when she took the field for the opening game against Clemson this season.

"All of her `firsts' have been almost as fun for me as they are for her," Wayne said."The best advice I could give is that being an Auburn Cheerleader is so much more than just sideline cheering," Wayne said."It is about representing Auburn and the Auburn family in everything you do."I wanted something to work for, not just academically, but physically," Evans said. "It was such a great experience for me that I wish all of my kids could experience it. He wanted to do it on his own, and he did." While the parents have story after story they can tell their kids about what it was like when they were cheerleaders, they all agree that it is important to let their children experience it for themselves.Fortunately, they also know one of the greatest things about Auburn is tradition truly never dies.Some of the members have years of experience in cheerleading, while others are trying it for the first time. Anna Walraven, Francie Harris and Evans Carr each grew up Auburn fans because of their parents.