Grad Night heads south of the border to raise funds

Other Staff

Senior “Grad-Nights” have been a fun-filled tradition for years; they encapsulate the ending of a monumental achievement in every student’s life.

In order to fund this special event for the graduating class of ?05, the campus Parent Support Network [PSN] has joined forces with Baja Fresh on March 2. The Mexican Grill, located in the Universal Park shopping center at the corner of Blackstone and El Paso, is helping sponsor a fund-raiser for the senior class.

Fifteen percent of the price of all food purchased will be donated to Fresno Christian on March 2. In order to participate, customers must present the event flyer upon ordering [see bottom for more information]. All funds acquired will benefit Grad Night 2005.

Baja Fresh offers a wide array of Mexican cuisines; such as their Burrito Ultimo, filled with charbroiled chicken or steak, melted jack and cheddar cheese, grilled peppers, chili peppers, onions, rice, “Salsa Baja” and sour cream.

“I really enjoy going to Baja Fresh,” Whitney Ensom, ’05, said. “They have a fun atmosphere, being across the street from Riverpark, and their food is great.”

Their menu also includes many “heart healthy” choices for those on a more strict diet. The Bare Burrito, which boasts charbroiled chicken, grilled peppers, chili peppers, onions, rice, beans, Pico de Gallo and fat-free Salsa Verde, contains only 7grams of fat and 22grams of fiber.

Baja Fresh is the perfect place for those who want garden-fresh and mouth-watering dining at a fast-food price and wait. Be sure to mark your calendar for Mar. 2 and come support your Fresno Christian Eagles by visiting this fantastic restaurant.

Baja Fresh store hours will be 11AM ? 9PM on Mar. 2. For more information on Baja Fresh contact them at (559) 431-8811 or visit the their website. Event flyers are available to download on the Fresno Christian website.