Sunday, September 19, 2021

Volunteer at the Flag Football Opening Weekend!

Calling all sports lovers and volunteer superheroes!

There is a fantastic opportunity to earn up to 4.5 volunteer hours in one day helping our Athletics Department during Flag Football Opening Weekend.

If you love sports and giving back to your community, this is the opportunity for you! We are looking for 10 volunteers to help us kick off Flag Football during our Opening Weekend on Saturday, September 18, from 4:30 pm to 9:00 pm at North Park. Volunteers will help the coaches by handing out jerseys, working at the concession stands, and performing other tasks as needed.

You must be registered on Volunteer Southlake and have gone through our Community Services Department Virtual Orientation to register. Learn more about how to volunteer here.

If you are interested in volunteering at the Flag Football Opening Weekend, please email Milenka Lopez by September 17 at 3:00 pm. Positions will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to give back to local athletes while earning volunteer hours!

Our Flag Football season runs until November 13, and there are volunteer opportunities available each Saturday.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Making Their Marq: A Special Thank You to Our Summer Volunteers

The Marq Southlake opened its doors to volunteers once again on June 1, 2021, and service-minded individuals heeded the call!

The Community Services Department had exceptional youth volunteerism this summer. Our volunteers play a vital role in our mission to create life-long memories. From assisting seniors at the Senior Activity Center, keeping Champions Club in tip-top shape, to ensuring Nature Camp and Camp Mania campers had a summer to remember, our volunteers stepped up to the plate!

Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community while learning crucial life skills. Marq volunteers experienced what it takes to keep facilities like the Senior Center and Champions Club operating at the highest level to ensure world-class service and member satisfaction. From facilitating weekly luncheons at the Senior Center to helping with birthday parties and member appreciation events at Champions Club, our youth volunteers gained valuable customer service skills.

The Marq was not the only place where volunteers made a difference this summer. Outstanding Camp Mania and Nature Camp volunteers worked an average of 40 hours each to ensure our summer camps were safe and fun for all camp participants. Gaining important programing and childcare experience, our volunteers were vital to our camps’ success every year!
The impact our volunteers had cannot be overstated. This summer, our volunteers served more than 200 hours at the Senior Activity Center, more than 280 hours at Champions Club, and over 1,300 hours at summer camp!

Here’s what some of our volunteer liaisons had to say:

“Through the dedication, willingness, and care of our volunteers, the Senior Activity Center was able to continue its exceptional programming without interruptions. We depend on our volunteers’ creativity and helping hands to enhance the experience of our seniors at the Senior Center.” —Soheila Phelps, Senior Services Coordinator.

“Volunteering for any program is a privilege. Each camp volunteer made an impact and positive connection to all of our campers, counselors and parents. I appreciate all the hard work. They enjoyed swimming, ice cream, snow cones, and bounce houses. But the most important thing is they enjoyed the service and gave back to their community. This community is special thanks to our camp volunteers.” —Gretchen Morgan, Programs Coordinator.

Thank you so much to our wonderful volunteers! We can’t wait to see you again! Learn how to volunteer with us here!