|Agenda and Minutes|
We welcome back to school and YAC: Hannah H.
Agenda facilitated by Co-Presidents and
Minutes by Mrs. Clay
Attendance by Sharun
Photos by Hannah
Freshmen: Tina, Reese, Ava, Laura, Kate, Isabela
Sophomores: Aaron P (came to sign-up), Cooper L, Saadia N.,
Juniors: Ellie, Claire(late), Hannah H (1/2 meeting), Liz
Seniors: Safra, Mariam, Sharun (late)
Hospitality Chair Activity: Making boxes and placing food drive dates in posters
Food Drive 2017Food Drive: October 30-Nov 3. Halloween: Hunger Hero, special prize costume???
a. Goal: Beat last year's results
b. Speaker: Natalie Wood: All chapels
c. Process: Freshman team will meet on Wednesday morning before chapel to make process decisions. We heard from Sarah G and what she did at her school. Division of grades in Hunger Game teams. Incentives from restaurants: Food 4 Food: Bring food, get a chance to
d. Marketing and Incentives
d. Letter to all division and OKC community by secretaries
f. Sign-up to volunteer at YAC Community Room Wall
g. Social Media help- Marketing Department Help Hannah will be the YAC officers handling this YAC need.
h. Making posters for the drive: Freshman team will make them and provide receipts for items purchased.
Dress Up Day at Boys and Girls Club, Friday, October 27: Mariam and Safra: This is a kids cafe, after school food for kids program of the food bank. On parking lot
Service Opportunity at Food Bank this Saturday, October 21 Will be in daily announcements until Thursday. If no one signs up, it will be cancelled.
Make a Difference Day at Food Bank, Saturday, October 28th, ON PARKING LOT
Fall Fest Final Details
Treasury report: No time for this
Goal: Double the money spent on supplies: $60
Activities: Jenga, Photo Booth, Wild Life Bake Sale
Supplies needed are at Mrs. Clay office for the set-up team to take to Fall Fest
Dig Pink- Pink OUT game tomorrow. Attend and support Volleyball team effort
SockOctober for Citizens Caring for Children
Claire's Drive is next week. 10/23-10/27.
Claire is a member of the Youth Board of Citizens Caring for children
Bring Socks. Donation box at Harper.
Claire still needs more volunteers for collection of socks next week.
For more than 30 years, Citizens Caring for Children has provided for children living in foster care by meeting their material, emotional, and intellectual needs. After bringing many abused and neglected children into their hearts and home, an Edmond foster family knew first-hand the unaddressed need of clothing and resources children in foster care face after leaving all of their personal belongings behind. They knew more could be done to meet the basic needs of these children and founded Citizens Caring for Children in 1984.
Today, Citizens Caring for Children is still committed to the agency's original vision of providing hope, changing lives and creating healthy futures for children in foster care. Citizens Caring for Children meets the needs of more than 1,500 Oklahoma children in foster careNews
Welcome to the Facing Difference Challenge!