Sadies tickets sell out

Sadies tickets sell out

Kaylie Clem | The Feather Online

Juniors Reese Trevino and Macie Thompson enjoy last year’s Sadies at the Fresno Chaffee Zoo.

UPDATE Oct 23: There are only 20 more seats available on the third bus for Sadies to Magic Mountain, Oct 28. Tickets will be sold through Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 25.

Original article, Oct 20:

Reese Trevino,’19, and Macie Thompson,’19, enjoy last year’s Sadies at the Fresno Chaffee Zoo.

This year’s sadies trip destination is Magic Mountain, Oct 28.

With a large amount of students eager to take part in sadies, a shortage of tickets became an issue. Around 30 students were put on a waiting list due to lack of buses available.

However, on Wednesday leadership students announced that there will be another bus available for students who had signed up for the waiting list.

Sophomore Janae Shew, who was previously on the waiting list, talks about her excitement for this year’s upcoming Sadies trip.

“I’m excited to go to Magic Mountain this year for Sadies. ” Shew said,”I’m glad we get to go to a theme park this year, because I enjoy the rides. I’m also excited to hang out with my friends, and I think that its important to have fun.”

Sadies theme for this year is opposites such as: super heroes and villians, sports team rivals and opposite name brands.

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