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Marching Band

Music in the Parks

Prepare merchandise for sale. Sell items. Take money/make change. Clean up and return unsold merchandise to the booster room.

Make sure guests present a valid event ticket and prohibit guests from entering with coolers alcohol or large bags.

The assistant supervisor helps the supervisor coordinate overall weekend activities. You also will be designated shopper on the event day for any other shopping needs. If you are the parent of a freshman or sophomore and will be volunteering in future years please sign up for this position to gain experience in the entire process.

Prepare and serve food; take money/make change; maintain a clean working environment. Bring your own hat and apron. Food safety regulations require wearing a hat in food preparation areas at all times. The early shift sets up concession stand at beginning of shift. The later shift cleans up concession stand and returns booster items and supplies to room D-3 (booster storage) at end of shift.

Prepare and serve food for schools that have submitted a pre-order of meals for their students.

Including: barbecue propane burner/stoves etc. Boil water cook meat etc. Please bring your own hat and apron. Food safety regulations require wearing a hat in food preparation areas at all times.

Oversee and assist students who will direct buses and traffic. Keep unauthorized vehicles out of the parking lot. Provide directions to visitor parking. Ensure that buses don’t collide with the solar panels.

Responsible for helping maintain warm-up and performance schedule at his/her location. Maintain ‘quiet zones’ around performance and warm-up areas. Assist guests as needed. Be able to give directions to the nearest restrooms (Gym Foyer) concession stand registration etc. Make sure no equipment/personal items are left behind after each group exits.

A Music Boosters Board Member or a person who has extensive prior Music in the Parks experience. Responsible for both Friday and Saturday; calls and reminds all volunteers for that weekend; oversees and coordinates all aspects of volunteers.

Sell t-shirts and other memorabilia outside the concession stand at Music in the Parks. Also communicate between concession stand and barbecue.

Membership at COSTCO is required. Responsible for purchasing items from a pre-determined list and making sure all items are delivered to MHS band room/concession stand before noon Friday. Must save receipts for re-imbursement by Music Boosters.

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Music in the Parks

Music in the Parks

Prepare merchandise for sale. Sell items. Take money/make change. Clean up and return unsold merchandise to the booster room.

Make sure guests present a valid event ticket and prohibit guests from entering with coolers alcohol or large bags.

The assistant supervisor helps the supervisor coordinate overall weekend activities. You also will be designated shopper on the event day for any other shopping needs. If you are the parent of a freshman or sophomore and will be volunteering in future years please sign up for this position to gain experience in the entire process.

Prepare and serve food; take money/make change; maintain a clean working environment. Bring your own hat and apron. Food safety regulations require wearing a hat in food preparation areas at all times. The early shift sets up concession stand at beginning of shift. The later shift cleans up concession stand and returns booster items and supplies to room D-3 (booster storage) at end of shift.

Prepare and serve food for schools that have submitted a pre-order of meals for their students.

Including: barbecue propane burner/stoves etc. Boil water cook meat etc. Please bring your own hat and apron. Food safety regulations require wearing a hat in food preparation areas at all times.

Oversee and assist students who will direct buses and traffic. Keep unauthorized vehicles out of the parking lot. Provide directions to visitor parking. Ensure that buses don’t collide with the solar panels.

Responsible for helping maintain warm-up and performance schedule at his/her location. Maintain ‘quiet zones’ around performance and warm-up areas. Assist guests as needed. Be able to give directions to the nearest restrooms (Gym Foyer) concession stand registration etc. Make sure no equipment/personal items are left behind after each group exits.

A Music Boosters Board Member or a person who has extensive prior Music in the Parks experience. Responsible for both Friday and Saturday; calls and reminds all volunteers for that weekend; oversees and coordinates all aspects of volunteers.

Sell t-shirts and other memorabilia outside the concession stand at Music in the Parks. Also communicate between concession stand and barbecue.

Membership at COSTCO is required. Responsible for purchasing items from a pre-determined list and making sure all items are delivered to MHS band room/concession stand before noon Friday. Must save receipts for re-imbursement by Music Boosters.

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Choir, Concert Bands & Orchestras

Music in the Parks

Prepare merchandise for sale. Sell items. Take money/make change. Clean up and return unsold merchandise to the booster room.

Make sure guests present a valid event ticket and prohibit guests from entering with coolers alcohol or large bags.

The assistant supervisor helps the supervisor coordinate overall weekend activities. You also will be designated shopper on the event day for any other shopping needs. If you are the parent of a freshman or sophomore and will be volunteering in future years please sign up for this position to gain experience in the entire process.

Prepare and serve food; take money/make change; maintain a clean working environment. Bring your own hat and apron. Food safety regulations require wearing a hat in food preparation areas at all times. The early shift sets up concession stand at beginning of shift. The later shift cleans up concession stand and returns booster items and supplies to room D-3 (booster storage) at end of shift.

Prepare and serve food for schools that have submitted a pre-order of meals for their students.

Including: barbecue propane burner/stoves etc. Boil water cook meat etc. Please bring your own hat and apron. Food safety regulations require wearing a hat in food preparation areas at all times.

Oversee and assist students who will direct buses and traffic. Keep unauthorized vehicles out of the parking lot. Provide directions to visitor parking. Ensure that buses don’t collide with the solar panels.

Responsible for helping maintain warm-up and performance schedule at his/her location. Maintain ‘quiet zones’ around performance and warm-up areas. Assist guests as needed. Be able to give directions to the nearest restrooms (Gym Foyer) concession stand registration etc. Make sure no equipment/personal items are left behind after each group exits.

A Music Boosters Board Member or a person who has extensive prior Music in the Parks experience. Responsible for both Friday and Saturday; calls and reminds all volunteers for that weekend; oversees and coordinates all aspects of volunteers.

Sell t-shirts and other memorabilia outside the concession stand at Music in the Parks. Also communicate between concession stand and barbecue.

Membership at COSTCO is required. Responsible for purchasing items from a pre-determined list and making sure all items are delivered to MHS band room/concession stand before noon Friday. Must save receipts for re-imbursement by Music Boosters.

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Music in the Parks

Prepare merchandise for sale. Sell items. Take money/make change. Clean up and return unsold merchandise to the booster room.

Make sure guests present a valid event ticket and prohibit guests from entering with coolers alcohol or large bags.

The assistant supervisor helps the supervisor coordinate overall weekend activities. You also will be designated shopper on the event day for any other shopping needs. If you are the parent of a freshman or sophomore and will be volunteering in future years please sign up for this position to gain experience in the entire process.

Prepare and serve food; take money/make change; maintain a clean working environment. Bring your own hat and apron. Food safety regulations require wearing a hat in food preparation areas at all times. The early shift sets up concession stand at beginning of shift. The later shift cleans up concession stand and returns booster items and supplies to room D-3 (booster storage) at end of shift.

Prepare and serve food for schools that have submitted a pre-order of meals for their students.

Including: barbecue propane burner/stoves etc. Boil water cook meat etc. Please bring your own hat and apron. Food safety regulations require wearing a hat in food preparation areas at all times.

Oversee and assist students who will direct buses and traffic. Keep unauthorized vehicles out of the parking lot. Provide directions to visitor parking. Ensure that buses don’t collide with the solar panels.

Responsible for helping maintain warm-up and performance schedule at his/her location. Maintain ‘quiet zones’ around performance and warm-up areas. Assist guests as needed. Be able to give directions to the nearest restrooms (Gym Foyer) concession stand registration etc. Make sure no equipment/personal items are left behind after each group exits.

A Music Boosters Board Member or a person who has extensive prior Music in the Parks experience. Responsible for both Friday and Saturday; calls and reminds all volunteers for that weekend; oversees and coordinates all aspects of volunteers.

Sell t-shirts and other memorabilia outside the concession stand at Music in the Parks. Also communicate between concession stand and barbecue.

Membership at COSTCO is required. Responsible for purchasing items from a pre-determined list and making sure all items are delivered to MHS band room/concession stand before noon Friday. Must save receipts for re-imbursement by Music Boosters.

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Boosters Committees

Music in the Parks

Prepare merchandise for sale. Sell items. Take money/make change. Clean up and return unsold merchandise to the booster room.

Make sure guests present a valid event ticket and prohibit guests from entering with coolers alcohol or large bags.

The assistant supervisor helps the supervisor coordinate overall weekend activities. You also will be designated shopper on the event day for any other shopping needs. If you are the parent of a freshman or sophomore and will be volunteering in future years please sign up for this position to gain experience in the entire process.

Prepare and serve food; take money/make change; maintain a clean working environment. Bring your own hat and apron. Food safety regulations require wearing a hat in food preparation areas at all times. The early shift sets up concession stand at beginning of shift. The later shift cleans up concession stand and returns booster items and supplies to room D-3 (booster storage) at end of shift.

Prepare and serve food for schools that have submitted a pre-order of meals for their students.

Including: barbecue propane burner/stoves etc. Boil water cook meat etc. Please bring your own hat and apron. Food safety regulations require wearing a hat in food preparation areas at all times.

Oversee and assist students who will direct buses and traffic. Keep unauthorized vehicles out of the parking lot. Provide directions to visitor parking. Ensure that buses don’t collide with the solar panels.

Responsible for helping maintain warm-up and performance schedule at his/her location. Maintain ‘quiet zones’ around performance and warm-up areas. Assist guests as needed. Be able to give directions to the nearest restrooms (Gym Foyer) concession stand registration etc. Make sure no equipment/personal items are left behind after each group exits.

A Music Boosters Board Member or a person who has extensive prior Music in the Parks experience. Responsible for both Friday and Saturday; calls and reminds all volunteers for that weekend; oversees and coordinates all aspects of volunteers.

Sell t-shirts and other memorabilia outside the concession stand at Music in the Parks. Also communicate between concession stand and barbecue.

Membership at COSTCO is required. Responsible for purchasing items from a pre-determined list and making sure all items are delivered to MHS band room/concession stand before noon Friday. Must save receipts for re-imbursement by Music Boosters.

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