Volunteering

craftshow volunteersVolunteering is a great way to support the band programs, get in touch with other parents, and to stay connected with the kids.  We have many opportunities to help out.  Some are longer term roles, such as helping with uniforms, joining crew to help build and move equipment, or contributing to the success of the program by joining the board.  Other opportunities are more specific short term openings such as working concessoins at GLI, helping exhibitors at the craft show or chaparoning an event.  Take a look at options below and drop a line to the contact within the individual description or send a message to one of our Members At Large on our contacts page.

Crew

The PCMB equipment crew is an integral part of the marching band program.  The crew is made up of dedicated parents whose mission is to ensure the kids have a great experience and enable them to give their best poss…

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GLI Volunteering

Great Lakes Invitational is the marching competition we host here at the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park.  This is a large event that needs help from everyone to provide our guests with a top notch experience. …

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Mentor Parents

We are looking for two parents from each section to be mentors for the upcoming season. Most new parents have lots of questions and don't always know who to ask. That's our job. We guide them to people who…

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“Magicians” work their magic in keeping the marchers looking good on the field.  Many hours are spent maintaining the uniforms and helping the students dress before each competition.  This job requires a person…

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Volunteer - We Need YOU!

This is an article about volunteering from our Secretary, Ann Greenough

Keeping this marching band organization going takes lots of people and we need your help.

I learned this when I volunteered to chaperone for Grand N…

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Washer parents play an important role in keeping the uniforms clean and reporting any problems to the Uniform Magicians. Parents are assigned 5-7 uniforms to wash. Garment bags containing the uniforms need to be picked u…

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