Sep 12, 2006, 6:38 AM
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Call for ACA Harvest Fair Volunteers Our 7th Annual ACA Harvest fair is coming soon and we are once again inviting you to volunteer. There will be an additional programming of eco activities, fascinating presentations, more music and more food! This year we are extending our promotion of the event to include a Guadalajara audience, and we are planning for a really great event and an even greater turn-out! We hope you will once again Turn-up! Mark your calendar for the Harvest Fair Harvest Fair Dates: October 21st and 22nd Rain or Shine! Upcoming Volunteer Meetings October 6th, 12th 18th at 12:00 at the Eco Training Center All volunteers MUST attend one of the above volunteer meetings, We will be designating jobs, and looking for your great ideas as well as request your help to promote the event Please RSVP to Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org if you or your friends would like to volunteer. As an ACA volunteer you do not have to pay to get in the gate. Dress up & get into the swing with jeans, 50’s Country or cowboy duds! Please carpool if you can, as parking space is limited. Bring your friends and newcomers to the area to the volunteer meetings and to the event! First Shift Volunteers: 10-3 2nd Shift Volunteers: 2:30 to sundown (6ish) We need Volunteers for: · Poster Putter -uppers Starting October 1st · Solicitors for Corporate event sponsors & raffle prizes · Thursday & Friday set-up help to move tables, put up tarps, set up booth furnishings etc. 12:30 to 5:30 · Salad Makers for the biggest Salad bar on the Lakeside! · Baking is needed for the dessert bar, Please drop off your passengers & baking or supplies at the gate, and then park your car as far away as possible to avoid traffic congestion. Please label your dish, as it is finished it will be washed and available for you at the camp kitchen when you leave. · Food booths Grill & Salad & dessert Bar (2 people per shift) · Front gate & ticket wickets (2 per shift) · We have a list of a few things needed from Costco, if anyone is going. · Volunteers are needed to help clean up on Monday, Volunteers like you are ACA’s Life line! If you can't volunteer this year please consider sponsoring our advance pre fair costs It's as Easy as ABC Apples Buns for the polish sausage Catsup & Mustard Dill pickles & relish for the bugers Entertainers music, wandering minstrels, a clown or mime artists Fruits for the salad bar Green garbage bags Hand towels & toilet paper Ice Jalepenos & jelly beans Kandy for the candy stripers Lettuce (Romaine that we don't grow) Mayo & mustard Napkins Onions & Oil Paper products Quilt to raffle Raffle prizes Soap & dispensers Toilet paper Unavoidable costs (the porta- Potty) Vegetables we don't grow for the salad bar Wine Xtra costs of promotional flyers etc Yogurt & ice cream Zinnias or other flower arrangements for the tables Share the harvest with your friends Please share the following info which applies to individual artists/ exhibitors that are interested in renting exhibitor space: · All exhibitors must pre –register. The best spaces go to those who register first and pay in advance. (Deadline for pre-registration is October13th) · Exhibitor tables are $250 each, which includes one corona size table for both days of the fair. · All late registrations are $350, and based on availability of space. Thank you for your participation this year. This fundraiser will allow us to continue ACA’s on-site natural resource model development, Ecological training & outreach in schools, with farmers in your communities.