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At Sara’s Table / Chester Creek Cafe has graciously offered to host a benefit for Chester Bowl to help repair damage from the recent storms. A big thanks to them.
The event is being planned for Saturday, July 21 in the Chester Creek Cafe parking lot.

They need volunteers to help with the event, and if you’re not crazy about standing on the ski hill watching race gates in the middle of winter, this may be the perfect way to get some volunteer hours logged for next season, or if you need hours for the summer camp season.

Here is what they’re asking for.
3-4 people on food
2-3 people on drinks
2 Gophers
Someone to help with sound
2-4 people for crowd control
3-5 people on set-up
3-5 people on clean -up
1 Kids or activites director (this could include a
raffle)

If you’re available on July 21 and can help out, please send an e-mail to volunteer@chesterbowl.org and let us know what you would like to do, and approximately what times you would be available during the day. Please also give us your name and phone number.

Even if you can’t volunteer, please mark the calendar, plan to attend and pass the word. It should be a great time.

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