Serve Johnson County Christmas Bureau – Volunteer Appreciation Banquet

Serve KC Volunteers are serving the AWESOME volunteers that make the Johnson County Christmas Bureau event successful!  The Volunteer Celebration will include a brief membership meeting and award presentations.  JCCB is returning to a potluck format with JCCB providing the main course (fried chicken)  and beverages. 

SKC Volunteers will set-up, keep drinks full (including ice), and clean-up.  For this event, all Volunteers need to arrive at 5:00 as there is limited time to set-up before attendees arrive at 5:30.   

SKC Volunteers will have the opportunity to eat once the attendees have gone through the buffet line.   

Attire:  Nice jeans or khaki style pants and shirt (no T-shirts) and close-toed shoes comfortable for significant standing and walking. 

When you RSVP, please indicate your duty preference.  Anyone not indicating a preference, I will slot as needed. 

***Guests must be 16+ to volunteer for this event***

Receive Pot Luck dishes / Set Up Buffet / Serve Main Course (3 people)
1) Jill  2) Selena  

Beverage Station / Waters & Soda (2 people)  
1) Vic  2) Karen

Pick-up Plates, Refresh Beverages
1) Dana 2) Stuart

***The entire group will assist in picking up plates, refreshing beverages and with clean-up at the end of the event***

Questions, feel free to reach out to me directly 816-582-6732 or

The Johnson County Christmas Bureau provides holiday assistance to low-income residents of Johnson County, Kansas. At the annual Holiday Shop, pre-qualified clients, by appointment, select groceries, personal care and household supplies, children’s clothing, hats, gloves, scarves, coats, toys, gifts, and books pegged to family size, age, and gender. All items are new with the exception of books and coats. At the 2016 Holiday Shop, JCCB served over 10,000 individuals representing 3,500 families and 921 nursing home residents.

200 volunteers donate their time year round. 3,000 community volunteers donate their time from mid-November to mid-December to make the Holiday Shop a success.

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