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Mead High Mav Bash canceled due to low ticket sales

While the Mav Bash has been canceled, there are many other ways to support Zaidee and Make-a-Wish
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Jacob Morales
The Mav Bash has been cancelled due to low ticket sales.

The Mav Bash — an informal winter dance hosted by Student Council — is canceled due to low ticket sales.

As of Friday, January 12, Student Council had sold approximately 50 tickets; however, they needed over 200 additional ticket sales by the end of the day to keep the event running.

Director of Student Council’s dance committee, Leyna Johnston (‘25) reminds students that all proceeds go to Zaidee, this year’s Make a Wish kid and there will be other opportunities to donate. 

To learn about other ways to raise money for Zaidee and the Make-a-Wish efforts, click here. There are events happening every day in and out of school to continue fundraising efforts.

Mrs. Rue, Student Council teacher, said “We will be calling all of the ticket holders to see if they want a refund or to donate their money to Make-a-Wish.”

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Jacob Morales
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Jacob Morales is a sophomore. He enjoys playing the drums, eating sushi, and napping with his dog, Ellie. He is involved with Marching Band and Advanced Jazz Band. Jacob is looking forward to making music with his band, passing his AP classes, and playing concerts.
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