A group of Temecula cheerleaders felt awful when 6-year-old football fan Aidan Inman was diagnosed with cancer. So they tried to make him feel better, then decided to spread cheer to other ill children, too.
They made stuffed bears for Aidan and his sisters at Build-A-Bear at The Promenade in Temecula. "Aidan does not let that thing go," Jennifer Inman, his mother, said. It's dressed in Charger colors; a button in its paw triggers a Pop Warner cheer.
But three bears weren't enough.
Each cheerleader made a stuffed bear, paying for it on her own, and the team delivered the bears to San Diego's Rady's Children's Hospital where Aidan is receiving chemotherapy.
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Way to go girls!!!!!!!!!