I would like to nominate Sadie Wallace to the Cadets’ Hall of Fame.
As some of you may know Sadie was very influential during our three-peat years of 1983, 1984 and 1985. She performed many tasks and did whatever was asked of her.
On a personal note, Sadie covered for me many times. Since I was still living in the Boston area during the winter months, she would teach the guard until I got there. I never had to worry about what she was doing because we were always on the same page. I couldn’t have done it without her!
It is my honor and privilege to nominate Sadie Wallace into the Cadets’ Hall of Fame - 2018.
Sorry, Sadie, it’s 20 years too late, but better late than never!
I am writing this letter in support of Sadie Wallace’s induction into the Cadets Hall of Fame.
Sadie was a mother figure for all, tech for the guard, and dance/movement pioneer for the corps and the drum corps world in the 1980s.
Sadie was always there for all the members. She worked as an equipment technician as needed.
Sadie cared about the physical bodies of the entire drum corps as programs became more advanced. She was a pioneer by introducing dance/movement programs as the advancing programs warranted. She fought for time to be sure that the members had time to stretch and maintain good body mechanics.