January 2015 Committee Corner

Happy New Year everybody!

The first parent committee meeting of 2015 will be Tuesday, January 6th. As a reminder, all parents are part of the committee and are encouraged to attend the meetings that are held on the first Tuesday of each month.

As is our annual tradition in the January meeting, we will be looking for parent volunteers to help coordinate some of the events that take place throughout the year. Here are a few of the positions we’ll be looking to fill.

  • April Camporee BBQ
  • Popcorn Kernel
  • Travel Czar
  • Scouting Journey to Excellence Coordinator
  • eScript Coordinator
  • July 4th Chair Setup
  • Summer BBQ @ Goleta Beach in July
  • Family BBQ in September
  • Court of Honor Potlucks
    ** April
    ** September
    ** November/December

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