Getting Sick of Hearing from Us?
Then Sign Up TODAY!!

We are highlighting TWO Featured Volunteer Needs today.  Check these and almost 40 other positions still available and sign up wherever and whenever you can help at Jazz in the Meadows this Saturday, Feb. 24.


Featured Volunteer Need: Bus Greeters

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Top 5 reasons to be a Bus Greeter:

  1. You are the first face Jazz in the Meadows guests meet at the festival, and they’ll be so excited to see you.  People will think you’re important, because you are!

  2. Large buses and vans will head in whatever direction you send them because you will wield power in our very busy parking lot.

  3. Fresh air is good for you, and warm weather – a high of 40° and mostly sunny – looks to be the forecast for Saturday.  Come and catch some “pre-spring” rays as you greet our guests and get their buses to the right place at the right time!

  4. You get to wear a really cool neon safety vest.

  5. Volunteers get in free to the Grand Finale Concert to enjoy the amazing East Hubbard Jazz Orchestra.


Featured Volunteer Need: Door Monitors

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Top 5 reasons to be a Door Monitor:

  1. You don’t have to talk to anyone if you don’t want to: Door Monitors hold up signs to help silence noisy crowds outside the performance rooms.

  2. You are the gatekeeper for your performance room: No one goes in or out of your room unless you say so.  People will think you’re important, because you are.

  3. You get to wear a snazzy purple JITM Staff shirt!

  4. Volunteers get in free to the Grand Finale Concert to enjoy the amazing East Hubbard Jazz Orchestra.

  5. All of the proceeds raised benefit the music program directly, and your directors and students will be forever grateful.

Many thanks,
— The RMHS Music Boosters