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Pearl's Snazzy Sukkot

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Program HostChapter
Host Region and ChapterCotton States
DANIEL PEARL BBG
Program TypeAthletic
Community Service
Jewish Holiday
Sisterhood
Social Action
Spirituality
Stand Up
Time Required2-5 hours
Target Population(s)Girls (BBG)
Members
Freshmen
Sophomores
Juniors
Seniors
Folds Targeted
Community Service
Social Action
Jewish Heritage
Creativity
Recreation
Sisterhood
People Participating10-30

Program Summary:

Daniel Pearl BBG is hosting their annual Snazzy Sukkot fold. During this fold, the chapter will celebrate Sukkot, play a game of capture the lulav, take part in a service, learn about our StandUp cause by donating a blanket to the homeless shelter.

Full Description:

GENERAL INFO:
Name of the program: Pearl’s Annual Snazzy Sukkot
Chapter Name: Daniel Pearl BBG       
Date of program: Oct. 22, 2011
Time of program: 7:30-9:30
Location of program: Emily Faber’s House- 7784 October Rose Cv. 38119
Names of the program planners: Eden Siskind, Brittnee Campbell, Sonja Lipman
Folds being used: Jewish Heritage, Sisterhood, Recreation, Creativity, Community Service, Social Action

SCHEDULING:
Timeline for the program:
7:30- 7:40: Arrival
7:40-8:00- quick Sukkot service
8:00-8:30- capture the flag with the Etrog and Lulav
8:30-8:40- Socializing/snack break
8:40-8:45- watch StandUp video and introduce donation to the homeless shelter
8:45-9:3-0- tie blanket knots for shelter/sisterhood time
8:50-9- pickup/cleanup

Supply List:
construction paper, blankets, scissors

What steps were taken to plan this program?
 THE PROGRAM:
met with committee to brainstorm ideas
decided house/date/times
called the parents to make sure it was okay
advertised it to the chapter
finished write up/pre eval
assigned supplies/activity stations for planners
bought supplies
run through the program

How many people do you expect to be at the program?
15-20

FINAL CHECKLIST:

_x_ The program has been posted on the dashboard.
_x_ The advisor(s) has/have been notified and approved the program.
_x_ The member(s) planning/leading services been contacted.
_x_ The services have been printed.
_x_ Members have been notified/advertised to chapter members.
_x_ The price and time has been set for the program.
_x_ A sufficient number of chaperones have been notified about the             program and have made the commitment.
xA cleanup arrangement has been set.                   
__x_The project location has been reconfirmed.               
_
_ All materials have been purchased.
_x
__ Members have been reminded about the attire for the project.

Submitter's Suggestions:

Work out the details in advance, and let the program run itself in a way.