Posted by Judy Levine, Group 7 Assistant Governor on Aug 09, 2018
 
We are looking for volunteers to do a short shift at an information table this Saturday. This is also an opportunity to get information out to the public about your club. The whole purpose for the Rotary Night at the Mallards baseball game this Saturday (besides being fun) is to expose our community to Rotary. We all want to get more members. This is your chance. You can put club brochures, info, whatever you want at the information table. We also ask that you provide one person to be at the table, if possible. Or, take a short shift selling the 50/50 raffle tickets. The proceeds go to Polio Plus.
 
It should be a fun night. There will be a short video about Rotary, a 50/50 raffle with he proceeds going to Polio Plus, and of course, the fellowship of watch the Mallards with your fellow Rotarians. We also have one of this coming year’s outbound students, Grant Borcherding, from Madison going to Bolivia, throwing out the first pitch.
 
Please get back to me if you can do even a short shift either at the information table (just inside the entrance to the park) or selling raffle tickets. Remember, this is for Rotary. See the attached schedule.
 
Mallards Baseball Game Volunteers at Rotary Information Table
SHIFTVOLUNTEER 1VOLUNTEER 2
4:30 pm - 2:10 pm  
5:00 pm - 5:50 pm  
5:40 pm - 6:10 pmJerry ThainPriscilla Thrain
6:00 pm - 6:40 pmDonna HurdJudy Levine
After Game for 30 minutes