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64th Annual Cameron House’s Annual Carnival in Chinatown needs volunteers

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Cameron House is a Chinatown-based multi-service agency serving Asian communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. Motivated by our Christian commitment to promote healthy com-
    munities, we have served individuals, immigrant families and youth since 1874.

    Cameron House’s Annual Carnival is this Saturday, May 5th in San Francisco’s Chinatown! We need volunteers who might enjoy barbequing hot dogs, serving Satay chicken meals, or working a Goldfish or DUNKO tank booth! All proceeds raised go to helping us provide high quality and affordable summer programs for San Francisco kids! Help us reach our goal!


    Name:64TH ANNUAL CAMERON CARNIVAL
    Location: Cameron House, 920 Sacramento Street (near Stockton), Chinatown, San Francisco
    Date: Saturday, May 5, 2012
    Time: 11am-7pm. Five 90-minute shifts
    Event max # of Volunteers: 25
    Contact: Norma Chan
    Contact Email: norma@cameronhouse.org
    Contact Phone: 415-781-0401 x115
    Age Restrictions: 18 years or over
    Click here to register

    Type of Work: can include cooking and serving, managing game concessions (Goldfish, DUNKO), clearing and cleaning tables
    Waiver Required: None
    Attire: Casual
    Items to Bring: Supplies will be provided, but bring some spending money to buy a Jade Waffle or something else to eat and enjoy after your shift to support our event and our programs!
    Parking: Public transit is encouraged as parking lots in Chinatown at Portsmouth Square and St. Mary’s Square fill up fast and costly. There is also validated parking at the Golden Gateway Garage, 250 Clay@Battery for $3 all day.