whole family is invited to volunteer. However, children under 12
will not be allowed to work up on the float. As in any construction
area caution is advised for those young people who want to work
“up high” on the float. The barn does not tolerate
“goofing around” on the scaffolding surrounding the float!
GRUBBY CLOTHES – dress in layers – comfortable shoes.
Also bring some of those plastic bags that the
newspaper comes delivered in. They can be worn on your feet to
keep them toasty warm.
is usually a lunch truck on the premises but volunteers can take
breaks anytime they want. Its hard though once you get into a
project…you just don’t want to leave.
forget to sign in. I volunteer for a high school organization so all
my hours go towards their fund raising. Give me a call or send
me an email and I
will tell you how to go about it.
most of your “working tools” will be supplied by the
Rose bud….Just come
full bloomer…Scissors, old 1″ wide or smaller paint brushes w/
some way to attach.
you might want to bring some a small container of mechanic
hand cleaner cream.
MFD! Ok so it means “Master Float Decorator”
This means that you have an apron and baggie packed 12 months a year
just waiting for the first day of decorating.