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Friends of Broadway is a nonprofit organization that supports Broadway Elementary School part of LAU...

Chinese New Year Festival 2017 – Broadway Elementary School

Posted on January 23rd, 2017

Location: 1015 Lincoln Blvd. Los Angeles California 90291
Duration: Single Day
Date: Feb 4, 2017



Friends of Broadway is a nonprofit organization that supports Broadway Elementary School part of LAUSD school system which hosts 2 language immersion schools – Mandarin and Spanish. The Chinese New Year Festival is an event to increase cultural awareness of the Chinese heritage, help foster stronger school community and raise funds to benefit the educational needs of the students.

Set-up

Come help us set-up for our Chinese New Year Festival. This event is a fundraiser to raise funds for Broadway Elementary School, Braddock Elementary School, and Mark Twain Middle School, a family of schools that are home to exceptional language immersion programs– Mandarin and Spanish at Broadway, and Mandarin at Braddock and Mark Twain. We need help transforming our school play ground into a street market scene. Volunteers needed to help put up popup tents, move tables and chairs, hang signs, set up booths and decorate. Any time you can share between 8:00 am and 11:00 am is appreciated. Must be 17 years old or older. Please email or text event coordinator if you are able to help. Last-minute volunteers are welcome.

During event

Come help during our Chinese New Year Festival. This event is a fundraiser to raise funds for Broadway Elementary School, Braddock Elementary School, and Mark Twain Middle School, a family of schools that are home to exceptional language immersion programs– Mandarin and Spanish at Broadway, and Mandarin at Braddock and Mark Twain. Volunteers needed to supplement our parent volunteers by running simple game booths and raffle table, supervise bouncers, assist organizers as runners, and sell bottled beverages. Any time you can share between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm is appreciated. Must be 17 years old or older. Please email or text event coordinator if you are able to help. If you find yourself available the day of, please text first to check if help is still needed.

Clean up

Come help us tear-down our Chinese New Year Festival. This event is a fundraiser to raise funds for Broadway Elementary School, Braddock Elementary School, and Mark Twain Middle School, a family of schools that are home to exceptional language immersion programs– Mandarin and Spanish at Broadway, and Mandarin at Braddock and Mark Twain. Volunteers needed to supplement our parent volunteers by cleaning up after our event. Volunteers will help pull down popup tents and decorations, move tables and chairs, put away game booth supplies, empty trash cans, clean up food booths. Any time you can share between 2:30 pm and 5:00 pm is appreciated. Must be 17 years old or older. Please email or text event coordinator if you are able to help. If you find yourself available the day of, please text first to check if help is still needed.

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Time Details

Festival Time 11-3
Volunteer Hours 9-4pm


Tags: youth

Contact Person: Patricia Peterson

Contact Email: patricia@petersonrace.com

Contact Phone Number: 3104065584

Organization: Friends of Broadway Elementary School

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