The Fembots show off the colours at the slo-pitch nationals last year

Take a night out for a Fembot Frenzy

Fembots prepare a party to raise funds for Nationals trip.

  • Mar. 11, 2014 11:00 a.m.

The Fembots ladies softball team has been invited to the Nationals in Winnipeg in August and is sharing the celebration with the rest of Quesnel.

The lovely ladies are hosting a fund raising dance at the Senior Center on March 15 with the band Frenzy.

“We are calling it A Fembot Frenzy,” Fembot and event organizer Carol Lettington said.

After placing second last year at provincials, the Fembots earned their way to nationals.

But, as with most things living in the far west of Canada, nationals is not easy to get to.

“It’s going to be costly this year,” Lettington said.

To help them pay their way, they planned this extravaganza, featuring door prizes, a cash bar, midnight hot dog sales and designated drivers by donation so you don’t have to worry about dancing without any liquid courage.

Tickets are $15 a piece, but are only available through advanced sales at Reason 2 Run or straight from the Fembots themselves.

So get your tickets now, or you’ll be relegated to dancing by the doors, which open at 8, with dancing from 9 p.m. – 1 a.m.

 

 

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