Killarney Skating Club is a non-profit organization run by a volunteer Board of Directors. With the exception of the coaches, our programs depend on the active participation and goodwill of our volunteers. Therefore, volunteering is an important part of the participating in the Club.
Volunteering creates connections and community with the skaters and the other families involved. We are always looking for people who want to be actively engaged in creating a vibrant skating community and making the Club a better place to be for our skaters.
Volunteer Board Roles include:
Test Chair Manager
Junior Parent Representative
News Letter Editor
Community Meeting Representative
Contact us at http://www.killarneyskatingclub.com/contact
Other Volunteer Opportunities for Adults
Christmas Exhibition in December
– roles include putting up the lights, decorating, setting up and serving food, selling tickets and registering participants, dressing room attendants, and stage managing
-bringing posters to your children’s schools
-sitting at the CanSkate table in the Community Centre to promote the program
Collingwood Days: May
-Giving out flyer and promotional items at Collingwood Days; playing games with the kids
Champlain Community Fair: June
Giving out flyer and promotional items at Collingwood Days; playing games with the kids
Skating Simulations and Test Days
-roles include music playing, potluck contributions
Volunteer Opportunities for the Skaters
Canskate Program Assistants
-Once your children are proficient skaters (usually at the Junior level) and have reached ages 9 or 10, they can volunteer to help out during the Canskate program. They will learn leadership skills and to take on responsibility. Many children volunteer once or twice a week and really love the experience.