Welcome To Our New Members!
In 2012-13 Service League will celebrate it's 80th Anniversary! We are grateful to our incredible Associate Members who passionately paved the way for all of our success and to our current members for their drive and willingness to donate their time to keeping us strong after 80 years. This past year (2011-12) Service League Welcomed 12 new members! We would like to recognize those members and thank you for your interest and involvement - its because of you, we expect to still be going strong in 2092!
|Service League Transitions to New Board|
As we do each year, Service League has begun their transition to the new board of directors for the 2012-2013 calendar year. We would like to welcome our new members and recognize our returning members:
Courtney Peirce - President
Joey Liebmann - Vice President
Katie Carviou - Secretary
*Heather Weller - Treasurer
*Crystal Uebelher & Reva Shaw - Projects/Back to School Store Chairs
*Deb DeLeers - Fundraising Chair
Joey Wilinski - Membership Chair
Katie DuBois - Marketing Chair
*Indicates new board member
Congratulations everyone and here's to a successful year!
REMINDER: Associates and Actives with High School Seniors!
Just a quick note to remind you all that you are eligible to participate in the 2012 Service League Charity Ball!
We are interested in knowing who will partake in this year's event in November. Even if you are unsure if you will participate, please let us know if you have a High School Senior Graduating in 2013 so we can keep our Service League Charity Ball history complete!
Please email Joey Liebmann at firstname.lastname@example.org to provide us with this information.
Service League Associate Fashion Show is Coming Back!
Several Service League Associates have begun meeting to ressurect the Service League Fashion Show. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Service League - Back to School Store! Please check facebook regularly for updates: http://www.facebook.com/SlAssociateFashionShow
If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Kim Schanock.
Welcome to the June 2012 edition of Service League's electronic newsletter! Summer is here and we are actively preparing for the 2012 Back to School Store, which we cannot wait for! We have received lots of positive feedback about the electronic newsletter, and therefore plan to continue it going forward! Please do not hesitate to email us with your questions, feedback or suggestions at email@example.com - we would love to hear from you!
Please also share this newsletter with your friends and family by clicking "Forward" at the bottom of this email. Enjoy and happy reading!
Back to School Store: Recent Updates
The Back to School Store direct mail piece will be mailed out on Thursday June 14th. This mailer contains background information about the Store, information on how to register to volunteer, and donation opportunities. The mailer is being sent out to 5,700 households, businesses, previous volunteers, and friends of the Back to School Store. Copies of the mailer are also available to be emailed out.
Contact Joey Wilinski at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a copy emailed to you so you can forward to friends, family and business acquaintances.
Important Back to School Dates:
Drop Off Days: Churches and Businesses drop off school supplies, socks and underwear
July 30th 2:00 - 6:00pm
July 31st 11:00 - 4:00pm
Set up Day: Store is set up and Middle-school backpacks are stuffed and picked up.
August 6th 8:00am - 3:00pm
Agency Backpack pick up is 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Shopping Day: Kids come to East High and get to pick out a brand new outfit including socks, underwear, shoes, shirt, jeans, a backpack and all school supplies.
August 8th 8:00am - 5:00pm
Anyone need a good work-out? We especially need help with tear down and re-packing the storage pod from 5:00pm - 8:00pm on Wednesday August 8th.
To Sign up to volunteer please go to www.serviceleaguegb.org and click on the "register here" button. Select the day on the calendar for which you would like to see available shifts, and SIGN UP - sign your friends up too, believe us, they will thank you!
Associate Corner - Marisa Hanson
Service League Class of 2004
A question and answer with Marisa Hanson
Q: What years were you in Service League?
Q: What was/were your favorite project(s)?
A: When I first joined Service League I have to admit, I wasn't sure what I had really gotten myself into! I was rather new to the community and new to volunteering as part of a large organization. I quickly felt welcomed and part of an amazing group of women who were all working for such a great cause. I started off doing puppets and working on Gala my first year in Service League. I loved being on the puppet team! It was such a joy to travel to schools and teach children about people with disabilities. I served doing puppets for 3 years. I also was involved in Gala (now The Big Blue Bash) for 3+ years. My first year on Gala, and also my first year in Service League was fantastic! I worked on Auction/Raffle--I worked with so many great ladies on this effort. It was also exciting to spread my wings a little and reach out to the community for donations!
Q: Any favorite Service League memories?
A: I have several favorite stories and times from my 5 years in Service League. I would have to however list my favorite memory as my time spent as SL Liaison with Encompass Early Education and Care. I served on the EEEC board for 2 years and I loved it! I loved the people and loved their mission. It was during those 2 years that I realized how VERY much need their really is in our community. I also realized how much we all, those of us in Service League and at Encompass, really strive to give children in our community a brighter tomorrow. It's so moving!
Q: What sorts of things have you been doing since Service League? (community based, work, family, etc)
A: Since I have been done with Service League I still enjoy coming back to volunteer at different times throughout the year at either the Annual Rummage Sale or The Back to School Store, and also The Big Event for Little Kids. The majority of my time however is spent with my family. My husband Mark and I have a 5 year old daughter, a 2 year old son and a 6 month old daughter! Life with them is very energetic, exciting and fun-filled--oh, and did I mention non-stop?! In the summer we spend a lot of time camping up in Minocqua. I also enjoy trying to stay connected to both the Service League actives and associates--it's aways great to see familiar faces around the community!
Q: Any suggestions for getting people involved in community work and or Service League?
A: Service League is such an amazing volunteer opportunity for women and it reaches out to so many families with young children! If you're considering giving it a try, I suggest you just get your feet wet! Come and meet the women and see what Service League is all about. Once you do, you'll quickly realize how you're making an impact on the lives of a child! From that moment forward you'll be ready to dive head-first into Service League!
**Wondering what your former Service League friends and colleagues are up to now? Send us an email with their name and we will add them to our Associate Corner feature list where they can be highlighted in our newsletter! Feel free to email us directly about yourself too - we'd love to feature YOU!
Anyone For a Round of Golf?
DePere Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing
The De Pere Area Chamber of Commerce has selected Service League of Green Bay as its Charity Partner for their 3rd Annual Golf Outing! This event is being presented by Chris Battle & Bernie Van Epren of MetLife, Comfort Control Systems, Johnson Bank, Johnson Insurance and NEW Wall Street. It will take place on Friday, July 27th at Ledgeview Golf Course, with a pre-event Vintner's Dinner July 26th at Echota Gardens.
This fun, non-competitive event (though it does have prizes and winners for the competitors amongst us), features a full lunch, a steak dinner and an early bird pricing for foursomes! Service League will be given a "hole sponsorship", and various marketing materials for this event will feature Back to School Store needs and donations. Service League will also be selling mulligans as a fundraising effort!
Make sure to check out this great event online for more information on playing, eating & volunteering! Click here for more information!
Thank you all for your continued support of Service League and all we do. Your dedication to our organization and our mission is what makes it all possible. Warm wishes from all of us at Service League!
Service League of Green Bay
P.O. Box 372
Green Bay, WI 54305