PRESS RELEASE – BRIEFS 2019 Boo At The Bowl Volunteer Information


(Boo At The Bowl)

Anyone that wants to volunteer for Boo at the Bowl must fill out this questionnaire. This document is used for Ramona Bowl volunteers and Valley Wide volunteers. To volunteer at the event, you must commit to a 4.75-hour block of time (5:00-9:45 PM) or (3:00 to 7:45 Sunday) the night of the event. We encourage our volunteers to dress up in a costume; keep in mind that there will be younger children at the event, so no scary costumes and masks are not allowed.
In addition to the dates of Boo at the Bowl, there are also other dates prior to the event that deals with construction, decorating and setting up. If you are interested in any of those jobs, please indicate that in this form.

Attendance at the Volunteer Training meeting on October 23rd at 6 PM is required. The meeting will take place at the Ramona Bowl and will last approximately an hour and a half. It will include a tour of the Boo at the Bowl setup at the Ramona Bowl followed by a discussion of duties.

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