Sunday, August 25, 2019

Project Graduation Seeks Volunteers

Your child may not be a senior this year, but rest assured that his or her graduation day will be here before you know it! With all the pomp and circumstance that surrounds the big day, come the celebrations afterward. Carroll is so fortunate to have PROJECT GRADUATION in place so that each year’s Graduating Seniors have a FUN, SAFE, and ALCOHOL-FREE environment in which to celebrate with their friends.

Carroll’s PROJECT GRADUATION consistently has close to a 90% participation rate which is fueled by the outstanding support we receive from our parent and community sponsors. The all night event is held at Main Event on the night of Graduation, this year  is Friday, June 1 from 11:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m. Activities include unlimited bowling and laser tag, billiards, a casino tournament, sketch artists, door prizes and lots of food and beverages. Prizes include items such as laptops, flat panel TV’s, printers, cameras, dorm refrigerators, microwaves, etc. The kids enjoy a great celebration and make long lasting memories, and parents can be free of worry!

As with all worthwhile community events, PROJECT GRADUATION is the result of many volunteer hours, both in the planning and on the night of the event. Many parents of seniors volunteer to help, but we need the help of parents from all classes, so that PROJECT GRADUATION remains successful and is still going strong when your children graduate!! Feel free to recruit a friend or two! For those Senior parents that hope to help with the welcoming and signing in of Seniors at the event, please keep in mind that only those that have volunteered for shifts in previous years will be eligible for this popular shift.

To volunteer for a shift for this year’s PROJECT GRADUATION, just click on the link below and you can sign yourself up for the shift you prefer. http://www.volunteerspot.com/login/entry/212345631269234084

Thanks for all you do and if you have any questions about volunteering please fell free to contact Shauna Newman at shaunaheff@msn.com.