Celebrate Korematsu Volunteers 2019
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Venue: United Universalist Church of Berkeley (1 Lawson Rd, Kensington) at the top of Moeser
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Performing: Jazz groups
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PLEASE NOTE: All volunteers that will be there during the event need to purchase a ticket (if you are only there for set up or clean up, no ticket is needed)
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Event is Saturday, February 2, 2019
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5:30-9:30PM
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What?Where?When?NameCell PhoneEmail
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Before and After the Event
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Furniture Transportation: Bring trucks to transport tables/chairs from Korematsu on Friday, 2/1, AND from UUCB to Korematsu on Saturday night, 2/2, at end of eventKorematsu/UUCB (Cindy Spade, lead)Friday 3:00PM AND Saturday 9:00-10:15PM1
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2Stacy Lynn Jennings510-375-2197staceysavage@msn.com
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Band equipment loading: Help load music stands, some instruments into vans for unloading the next dayKorematsu Band Room Friday, 2:30PM1Corinne Mayer656-6026jonorinnie@comcast.net
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2Pascha Brownpfbfit@gmail.com
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3Jeannie Koops-Elson415-533-8832jeannieke@gmail.com
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Afternoon of the Day of the Event
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Band Helper: Unload instruments, stand, etc., from van at UUCBMeet at UUCB (Corrine Mayer, lead)2:00-3:00PM1Hannah Yee
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2Rick Yee
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3Lisa King387-8721
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Ideal volunteers are KMS Jazz KIDS
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Decorations: Help put out tablecloths, decorations, etc.UUCB (Stacey Steele, lead)3:00-5:00PM1Evelyn Smith 510 367 9328evcelina@gmail.com
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2Abby Pletcher510-908-1762Abbysue@pacbell.net
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3Laurence Diaco510-375-2216laurence.diaco@gmail.com
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Kitchen Prep Tasks: Help cut bread, slice lemons, boil water, etc.UUCB - kitchen (Mary Crabb, lead)3:15-5:30PM1Grace Jordan760-574-3287graceakoidu@yahoo.com
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2Coriander Reisbord510 526 6332coriander@corybooks.com
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3Eleanor Judd510 502 4425egjudd@gmail.com
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4Karen Maoz510 406 3742karenmaoz@gmail.com
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During the Event
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Work at the Bar -- 1st ShiftUUCB - bar (Hans Johansson, lead)5:30-7:00PM1Caroline Clarke510 206 8306cazclarke@yahoo.com
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2Braden Reddall510 206 8306cazclarke@yahoo.com
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3Coriander Reisbord510 526 6332coriander@corybooks.com
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Work at the Bar -- 2nd Shift7:00-9:00PM1Evelyn Smith510 367 9328evcelina@gmail.com
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2Eric Smith510-374-9386ene2012@sonic.net
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Kitchen/buffet help -- 1st Shift (keep buffet stocked and running)UUCB - kitchen (Trish McDermott, lead)5:30-7:30PM1Sarah Abt5103749610dhabt@aol.com
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2Elaine Addison (510) 612-5673misspoppyuk@aol.com
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Kitchen/buffet help -- 2nd Shift (help clean up)7:30-9:00PM (Note: during auction and some performances)1Eleanor Judd510 502 4425egjudd@gmail.com
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2Mercedes Castro510-508-8410
castro5familia@yahoo.com
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Drink Station Help: Keep complementary non-alcoholi drink station stocked and neat, pour soda, fill water carafes, monitor coffeeUUCB - drink station (Krista and Matt Easton, leads)5:30-7:00PM1Serena Heaslip510-290-8095serenaheaslip@yahoo.com
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2Jeannie Koops-Elson415-533-8832jeannieke@gmail.com
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7:00-8:00PM1Kristin Satzman510-619-6939
kristin@kristinsatzman.com
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2Eric Satzman415-279-6045eric@satzman.com
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8:00-9:00PM1Julie Brown510 495 4792juliane67@yahoo.com
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Band Helper: Take down stage at end of event and move stands, instruments back to Korematsu band roomUUCB9:00-10:00PM1Rick Yee415-713-7795
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Help Serve Dinner to MusiciansUUCB (Corinne Mayer lead)4:30-6:00PM1Lisa King
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2Melinda Pilling510-710-2121
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3Scott Classen
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NOTE: It would be best if the musician supervision spots could be filled by parents of jazz musicians
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Help Supervise Musicians while they are not playing -- 1st ShiftUUCB (Corinne Mayer lead)5:30-7:00PM1Attila Medveczky510-559-3399
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2Lili Kwan510-717-0308Lili_kwan@hotmail.com
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Help Supervise Musicians -- 2nd Shift (can watch from back of room)7:00-8:00PM (jazz band plays 7-7:30ish)1Attila Medveczky510-559-3399
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Help Supervise Musicians -- 3rd Shift (can watch from back of room)8:00-9:00PM (jazz girls' workshop, jass ensemble play 8-9ish)1Cindy Spade415-596-1851
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Clean up Help
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Clean Up: Help take down tables and chairs and load them into trucks, help take down decorations, collect tablecloths, remove trashUUCB (Marit Oieroset, Tai Phan, Stephanie Fong, leads)9:00-10:00PM1Serena Heaslip510-290-8095serenaheaslip@yahoo.com
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2Raymond Pugliesi415-286-1569rspugliesi@gmail.com
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3Cindy Spade415-596-1851
verunicafashion@gmail.com
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4Chris Allen510-508-4183
christine.allen.pt@gmail.com
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5Paul Allen510-508-4466
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6Keren Asayag510-230-9585asayagkeren@gmail.com
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7Kristianna Bertelsen510-235-2912ksbert@gmail.com
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8Mark Warmerdam510-235-2912
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Donate Beverage for the Event
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Sparkling Apple Cider (if possible, please drop off at the Winter Concert on 12/19)
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4 bottles of sparkling apple cider1Coriander Reisbord
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4 bottles of sparkling apple cider2Pascha Brown
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4 bottles of sparkling apple cider3Jennifer & Attila
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4 bottles of sparkling apple cider4Jennifer & Attila
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Jennifer & Attila Medveczky
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Sparkling Flavored Water
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4 bottles of flavored or plain sparkling water1Anne Marie Richard
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4 bottles of flavored or plain sparkling water2Evelyn Smith
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4 bottles of flavored or plain sparkling water3Laurence Diaco
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Sri & Ram (parentz of Neel Chandran in 7th grade)
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Wine
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Donate wine for the auction or to serve at the bar
How many bottles?
Red/White?
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126 Red / 6 White1
Jennifer & Attila Medveczky
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I have about a case that's perfect for Sangria. Let's make a big batch and sell it by the glass. 10-12Red2Leslie Reckler
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I'll also see if I can secure a large format bottle for auction12Red/White (more red)3Chad & Amber Keig
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10Red4AS
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