UE Fraternity Continues Tradition at Evansville’s Annual Fall Festival, Demonstrating Ongoing Commitment to ChemoBuddies


EVANSVILLE, IND. (10/02/2023) The members of the University of Evansville’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) Fraternity will continue their participation in Evansville’s Annual Fall Festival, a tradition they have proudly upheld since 2012. SAE’s booth at the festival serves a noble cause, extending support to ChemoBuddies, an organization dedicated to ensuring that no one has to face cancer alone.

SAE members say they are looking forward to selling a few different treats at the Fall Festival to further their support for ChemoBuddies. Festival goers can indulge in “Haystacks,” a mouthwatering delight similar to a walking taco. The Haystacks come with a choice of popular snack chips like Doritos, Fritos, or Grippos, complemented by savory BBQ pulled pork or chili. In addition, SAE’s booth will offer a range of refreshing beverages, including root beer and dreamsicle floats, as well as apple and cherry cider.

The SAE booth will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., running from Monday, October 2, through Saturday, October 7. It’s the perfect opportunity for festival attendees to enjoy delicious food while contributing to a worthy cause. Every purchase made at the SAE booth directly supports ChemoBuddies.

ChemoBuddies’ mission is deeply rooted in compassion and community. They provide invaluable positive and uplifting support to individuals navigating the challenging journey of chemotherapy. In addition to emotional assistance, ChemoBuddies offers free transportation to medical appointments and financial aid to procure essential items like wigs, helping patients maintain their dignity and self-esteem throughout their battle with cancer.

“Our partnership with ChemoBuddies and the yearly Fall Festival provides us with a great opportunity to serve our community each year,” said SAE member Landon Stoll. “We get to spend valuable time as a fraternity in working together to provide for a wonderful philanthropy. SAE looks forward to seeing many people come out and support ChemoBuddies this week.”