Helping out the Blue Island Kiwanis Club with their Annual Pancake Breakfast.
We may need help with baking for the bake sale as well as manning the bake sale table-- items usually go very fast.
If anyone wants to just eat and not volunteer, tickets are at the door or can be purchased from Marty for $6 per person regardless of age-- no discounts for seniors or children .
Volunteers will be needed for the kitchen, and for selling raffle tickets for items donated from local business-- we usually get Chicago Cubs tickets donated, Windy City Thunderbolts tickets donated, as well as autographed pictures from the Chicago White Sox.
From Chinese Garden (now called Aloha, but it's the same place), as usual. Talk to catering manager. Tell him that your budget is $100 and he'll probably give you a discount and make the cost $100 even. Sweet!
15 Egg rolls -- 13 eaten Half Tray Sweet and Sour Chicken -- Mostly eaten Half Tray Beef and Broccoli -- 2/3 eaten Half Tray Fried Rice -- 1/3 eaten Half Tray White Rice -- 1/4 eaten (not ordered) Rachel brought small (7.5oz) cans of Coke/Diet Coke and water.
This is a service project for the Humanitarian Service Project ( http://www.humanitarianservice.org ). We put everything needed for a child's birthday in a wrapped shoe box or gift bag. The box or bag is then given to a child living in poverty so they can have a happy birthday!
Note: Prior to 2014, this was Birthday-in-a-box.
We will be putting birthday boxes together at our in-person meeting following all business. Please bring along any large shoe/boot boxes you might have around.
Anyone and everyone is invited (and your friends too!) to collect donations at storefronts and intersections and hand out delicious Jelly Belly® beans. Your gift of just a few hours of volunteer time will raise money and "sweeten" the lives of the children and adults with developmental disabilities supported by Clearbrook.
Event Date / Time
5/24/12 (8:00 PM)
Monthly online business chat.
Please arrive 15 minutes early so we can start promptly.