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UPCOMING COMMUNITY PROJECTS
Special Olympics - October 25, 2016
The Special Olympics will be October 25, 2016 at Milton Frank Stadium, from 8:00 till 1:00. Rain date is October 27, 2016. We need LOTS of volunteers because we have lost the Soldiers due to the School at Redstone moving. The Soldiers were always our escorts and without them we will have to have two civilians/students to replace one Soldier as escorts. We also have the other job assignment to fill. The event assignments and escorts jobs require the volunteer to be there the entire day which is 8:00 - 1:00.
Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. Those volunteers under the age of 16 can assist in the activity tents, cheer sections and other areas as needed. This is a good way for your children to get volunteer hours for school. Please give me the name and age if you are 16 or younger.
If you are a returning Volunteer, please indicate the volunteer role that you would like to be re-assigned to or if you would like to have a new assignment. If you have a handicap that you need to do something special like a setting assignment let me know. Whitney Dixon will do her best to put you were you request.
Events are East & West Track and Field, Shot Put, Soft Ball, Standing Long Jump, Running Long Jump, Job assignments could be Escort, Recorders, Timers, Stagers, Runners, Judges table, Award, Measurers, Huggers, Spotters and more. Email Debbie O'Neal for the escort duties.
Please provide your name, e-mail address, if you are an ASMC member or not and if you have an ASMC blue T-Shirt or not.
We have had great participation in the past and we certainly need your help again this year the rewards are well worth it.
List of Volunteers must be provided by September 1, 2016 to help with planning purposes.
POC: Debbie O'Neal, e-mail: email@example.com, phone: 256-723-2314 (H) or (256) 783-4724 (C).
MISSION OF SPECIAL OLYMPICS
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year - round sports, training and athletic competition giving them continuing opportunities to develop physics fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
The Community Projects Committee hopes to give back to the community with several projects for our members to volunteer their time for this year as well as financial contribution. If you know of any opportunity where members can do this please contact Debbie O'Neal, 256-723-2314 or 256-783-4724, firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll add it to the list.
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