OB Town Council Wants You to Volunteer for the Holidays

by on October 28, 2014 · 2 comments

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OBTC Poster Parade2014Meeting Tuesday, Oct. 28th at OB Rec Center

The Ocean Beach Town Council does want  you to volunteer for the numerous holiday events coming up in this seaside village.

And there’s a meeting for the volunteers – tonight, Tuesday, Oct. 28th at the OB Rec Center, from 6:30 to 8pm.

The theme for this year’s holiday parade in early December is “35 Years of Peace, Love and OB”, as this is the 35th year of the holiday parade.

The main event, of course, is the Holiday Parade, which will take place on Saturday, December 6th at 5:05pm. And that’s where the OB Town Council needs volunteers.

Volunteers are needed for everything from block captains for the parade line-up, security, traffic guards and clean-up. Here’s what the OBTC says, from its website:

OB Holiday Volunteers
Ocean Beach Town Council 2014
Holiday Parade Volunteer Application

The Ocean Beach Town Council (OBTC) is seeking the help of 100 responsible persons who would like to volunteer and help ensure that the 35th Annual Ocean Beach Holiday Parade is a successful and wonderful event for our community. The Holiday Parade occurs on Saturday, December 6, 2014, and it cannot occur without the dedicated support of our volunteers.

• The Parade starts at 5:05 pm (OB Time). All participating volunteers will need to report in to the Ocean Beach Recreation Center, 4726 Santa Monica Ave, Ocean Beach, at 2:00pm sharp on Saturday, December 6th and check in with the OBTC Volunteer Coordinators.
• Each volunteer will be given an official 2014 Ocean Beach Holiday T-Shirt.
• If you have any questions please email us at parade@obtowncouncil.org.
Here are descriptions of our parade volunteer positions:

  • Announcers
  • Block Captains
  • Staging Assistants
  • Security/Crowd Control Volunteers
  • Traffic Barricade Guards
  • Clean Up Crewmembers
  • Extras

Go to the Town Council site to sign up and also check out the different descriptions of the volunteer positions.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Wee Willie October 28, 2014 at 8:00 pm

What is reference to 1502 in the graphic?

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Frank Gormlie Frank Gormlie October 28, 2014 at 8:03 pm

It refers to the letters “O” and “B” – “O” is the 15th letter of the alphabet, and “B” of course is the 2nd. 1502 – kind of play off gang signs and language.

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