ERC Volunteer Job Descriptions 2018
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FundraisingVery open. Some parents have volunteered to run a fund raiser such as Fannie Mae or candle sales. Others have supervised students as they collect money at basketball games, track meets, etc. Others have simply made donations.
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Overnight OR WorkshopLast year, we held an all day workshop. Previous years, we held an overnight. We can always use adults to help supervise or take care of food on this day/night. Tentative date UNKNOWN as of Feb. TBD
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ShoppingSeveral moms compile the shopping list and then do the shopping. Mrs. Durkin handled the shopping for years. She usually spent one whole morning shopping at COSTCO or another similar store and then several adults came to BRHS to unpack the supplies. Last year we used SignUp Genius. I think we worked out the kinks for this year for non-perishables. Please do not buy MORE than what is requested. We had lots of left overs last year.
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Lunch LEADERWe need an adult for each day to say he or she will be responsible for the day. He or she arrives a little earlier, checks the meal for the day. Organizes the volunteers to handle the lunch preparation and set up, the lunch distribution, the drinks, etc. (I would LOVE to have someone take this job for the week, but I know that's asking a lot!)
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Lunch Helpers - 11 AM - 3 PMWe need adults to set out and serve the lunches. Lunch is served at 1:15 P.M. in the cafeteria. Many volunteers then stay to clean up and assemble bag lunches.
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Burger MastersOne day we normally serve burgers. Historically the Dads' Club donated the burgers and cooked them. (Mr. England usually helps cook the burgers.) We need someone to contact the Dads' Club and make these arrangements if they are still willing to donate. Some dads might also be interested in grilling on burger day. Rich Novick is on board with the dads.
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Crafts 11 AM - 3 PMWe need an adult or two to hang out in the craft room to assist Matt Papeirnik with keeping the kids on task helping to keep peace so everyone can have fun.
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SnacksWe distribute snacks to the campers as soon as they arrive, so this volunteer needs to arrive a little earlier than the lunch helpers to simply bring snacks to the front parking lot for all of the campers and counselors. The snacks have included Rice Krispy treats, crackers, etc. (In 2015, a younger volunteer and a camp leader split this role.)
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Sandwich MakersWe distribute bag lunches to every camper at the end of the day. These volunteers take the supplies for making PB&J the night before and send sandwiches to camp the next day. (Usually the student counselor brings home the supplies and the houshold makes the sandwiches - two per camper.) We make NO NUTS sandwiches at school.
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Counselor Dinners 4:45 - 6:00 PMEach night, we feed the counselors after the campers leave. Sometimes a family will simply provide the entire meal. Other times some volunteers will come to serve a meal that the camp pays for. Other times, we serve the counselors left overs from lunch. The adults set out the food and clean up.
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AM Bus Driver 1. 9:30 - 10:30 AMWe pick up campers at St. Christopher. The drivers drive the BRHS mini bus.
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AM Bus Driver 2. 9:30 - 10:30 AMWe pick up campers at St. Christopher. The drivers drive the BRHS mini bus.
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Bus RIDERWe send a yellow school bus to St. Margaret of Scotland. We need an adult to ride the bus with the campers each day. This person leaves his or her car AT St. Margaret of Scotland for the day and gets it after the return bus trip.
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PM Bus Driver 1 4:15 - 5:15 PMWe drop off campers at St. Christopher. The drivers drive the BRHS mini bus.
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PM Bus Driver 2 4:15 - 5:15 PMWe drop off campers at St. Christopher. The drivers drive the BRHS mini bus.
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Available All DaySome volunteers are available for an entire day and simply show up. Trust me, we need your help and will gratefully accept your gift of time!
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Water BalloonsWe have a huge balloon fight on Friday. Last year several families filled huge platic totes full of water balloons. The kids LOVE them! This job can occur at home or here.
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Special TalentsIf you have a special talent or have access to special talent, we would love to incorporate your talent into our schedule. For example, Mr. Aubin presented an orrery for the kids having them step through the rotation of the planets. Mr. Perez brought his police dog to meet the campers. Last year Mr. Gamboa taught the campers how to juggle. We are open to cool ideas.
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Younger HelpersIn 2015, four incoming freshmen came to camp to help. They were awesome! We asked them to take on odd jobs throughout the week from supervising carnival games and relay races to assisting with the trivia game. We could DEFINITELY use helpers for odd jobs. Student volunteers get a letter to state their service hours at camp.
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