The Winter Boutique Committee has started to meet and plan what this year’s boutique will look like. They are working on creating a Winter Wonderland Boutique experience while adhering to safety guidelines and social distancing protocols.Please stay tuned for more information and updates as we get closer to the event.
The month of October has brought new life to the After School Committee Program.
The Project Birthday and Kids Oasis committees finished building the Lending Libraries and are coordinating delivery details. Birthdays in a Box will continue to be delivered to kids at White Rock Village having birthdays through the end of the year. Both committees are currently brainstorming their next projects and what parties and art projects can look like in the new year.
After the Fall Food Roundup, the Homeless Support Committee joined forces with youth in the Placerville area to start formulating plans for opening and operating Hands4Hope’s new Emergency Food Pantry housed at the Placerville Hands4Hope Youth Center. They have spent time sorting and organizing donations, as well as creating a system for accepting and fulfilling food requests.
The MAPS committee is starting to meet again and will be completing the Sensory Garden project in the near future. This project was started prior to the shut-downs COVID-19 caused. The garden beds have been built, the committee members will be researching and purchasing different plants to add to the garden. They will also prep the beds for planting and get the garden started. Once that is complete, the committee will look at other ways to add to the outdoor learning space at MAPS.
All Annual committees are currently looking for new members. If you would like more information or would like to join a committee meeting to learn more, please contact Melissa at email@example.com.