Disney on Ice tickets are one of the hottest tickets to have for the New Year. The Call & Post Newspaper received many submissions by parents of their kids color ad in exchange for Disney on Ice tickets.
The contest began at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 4, 2016 and William Jones was excited to personally walk in and submit a wonderful colored Disney on Ice picture for his younger sister Chassidy Jones. The two youngsters came in escorted by their grandmother and were happy to receive a family four pack of tickets.
“I colored this picture for my sister for her birthday, which is Thursday, January 7, and I wanted to make her birthday special so that she could see Disney on Ice,” said William.
William, 10 and Chassidy, 7 are both students at Citizens Academy here in the City of Cleveland. William is a fourth grader and his beautiful sister is in the 2nd grade.
William wants to be a pilot when he grows up and Chassidy wants to be a teacher.
“I want to be a pilot when I grow up so I can make a lot of money for my family,” said William.
“I want to be a teacher so I can help kids learn,” said Chassidy.
The two youngsters have a bright future ahead of them and are excited about the tickets.
“It makes me happy,” said William when asked what does winning the Disney on Ice tickets mean to them? And when Chassidy was asked the same question, she replied, “I want to see Frozen and Elsa!”
Congratulations to the Jones family and Happy 8th Birthday Chassidy.
(Photo by James Wade III)