Get Your Club Members Psyched Up! Show them this video (actually, show them all of these videos!):
Each Club in Division's 12 & 34 have assignments. At least one game has been given for each club to 'own' and be in charge of. Note the # corresponds to the track map, to help you find your game site. Here's the list to check, if unsure:
Almaden: Beach Ball Soccer (#18)
Campbell: Nerf Archery (#7)
Fremont: T-Ball Target (#3)
Los Gatos: Frisbee Throw (#4)
Milpitas: T-Ball Target (#3)
Morgan Hill: Beach Ball Soccer (#18)
San Jose: Bean Bag Drop(#12) & Bean Bag Throw (#8)
Santa Clara: Skittle Bowl(#11)
W. San Jose: Beach Ball Soccer(#18)
Willow Glen: Obstacle Courses (#2a&b)
SVCE & MV Hit the Cans (#1)
Cisco Systems Team 50- & 100-Yd Dash(17,6)
De Anza: Steeplechase(#16)
Los Altos: Volunteer Info Table
Menlo Park: Skittle Bowl (#11)
Palo Alto: Softball Throw (#15)
San Carlos: Figure 8 & Slalom(13,14)
San Mateo: Steeplechase (#16)
Silicon Valley: Bean Bag Drop (#12)
Woodside Terrace: Flag Relay (#5)
You should have received a packet with all of the info needed to run your game(s), via email, but just in case, here they are (including parking passes):
General Packet of Info, Including Parking Passes
Looking for just a quick map of the track, where each event can be found? Click here!
Kiwanis Special Games IS Special. And it's always nice to be nice, so get crackin' and get that oh-so-nice word out!
#1. Get there early...meaning as much before 8am as you can muster...there's always something to be done!
#2. If early-morning isn't working for you, then definitely be there BEFORE the Parade of Athletes at 9:30am. For many, this is the favorite part of the day!
#3. If you forget anything, just ask. There are volunteer information tables and all sorts of fellow Kiwanians who can help.
#4. Have fun. If you keep smiling, the magic will happen naturally!