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Sign-ups Still Available for DMB at The Dublin Irish Festival (DIF)

Volunteer for 'Sharing of the Green' Creekside Pop & Water Stand

Hello Dublin Music Parents,
Each year parents and students from the Dublin high schools work a water and soda booth at the Dublin Irish Festival to raise money for the Dublin Music Boosters. The majority of the funds support the marching bands at Coffman, Jerome and Scioto because of the expense of running such large programs.  However, all of the music programs in all of the Dublin City Schools receive funds from the DMB to help create the exemplary programs our students enjoy from Kindergarten to high school graduation.  
More than half of the slots are already filled (20 volunteers!!) but we still need help Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon.  This is a fun way to support your school while enjoying the premier event in the Dublin Community. Instructions on how to register are below.
Thank you again for you support,
Julie Light
Dublin Music Boosters President


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Volunteer for 'Sharing of the Green' Creekside Pop & Water Stand

The Dublin Music Boosters (DMB) will be selling soft drinks and water during the Dublin Irish Festival again this year -Friday thru Sunday, August 4-6, 2017. This is our 2nd year to participate in the "Sharing of the Green" program which allocates approximately 14% of ALL beverage sales to each participating non-profit organization in the community program.


There are approximately 32 openings for the entire event for our group. There will be 1 shift leader per time slot and approximately 2-5 additional helpers. All helpers must be at least 16 years old to participate. Most time slots are 4 hour shifts. In order to sign up, you will FIRST need to register and create an account. If you served last year, please login to your existing account or click 'Forgot your name and password' to avoid creating a duplicate record.


The system is VERY easy to navigate. Please see the information below for registration and scheduling your shift.


Start by going to: >> << and click on the Sharing o' the Green logo in the lower right hand corner.

  1. If you did NOT serve for our organization in 2016, please click the Registerbutton under the Not Registered Yet?
  2. Create a username and password, click Next.
    (We recommend using your first initial and last name all LOWERCASE case as your password, for easy remembering)
  3. If youDID serve for an organization in 2016 please sign into your account or click “Forgot your user name and password?”
  4. Enter JOIN CODE: band30(all join codes must be entered in ALL LOWERCASE. Click Next. If you have multiple join codes, enter one and proceed to the next page where you will receive instructions on how to enter another.
  5. Ignore the "alcohol servers" choice, as we are NOT serving alcohol. Our area is called "Creekside Pop & Water".
  6. Registering takes just a few minutes. You will receive an email confirmation which you can add to your calendar. 
  7. If you are unable to keep your committed shift, you must cancel and a substitute MUST register in their place.

Thank you in advance for becoming a 2017 Dublin Irish Festival Sharing o' the Green Participant for the Dublin Music Boosters.

Students who are 16 and older may participate and receive service hours since the money we raise will go to our General Fund to purchase instruments next year. 

PLEASE KEEP IN MIND when considering your participation, that SCIOTO Band Camp will be ending on Saturday, August 5th with students returning to Dublin somewhat exhausted around 2:30pm. Both COFFMAN & JEROME Band Camps will be starting on Saturday, August 5th with Senior students reporting to school around 10am. Underclassmen will be reporting directly to camp on Sunday, August 6th around 12 noon. 

* If your student is a recent graduate, Alumni, participates in Concert Band, Orchestra, Choir or other Dublin music programs, we welcome your involvement. 

For questions regarding this opportunity, please contact:

Julie Light
DMB President 2017-18