Parents Association Committees:
The Raffle & Silent Auction takes place Friday, February 1, during Winter Parents Weekend. We will be collecting raffle items through December 15, and silent auction items until January 25. Volunteers are needed for item procurement, item tracking, set-up, registration, cashier, and clean-up.
Elizabeth Rohdenburg P ‘20, Chair.
The Fall Home Games Hospitality Committee is responsible for a hospitality tent on Saturday, September 29. The committee works with the school to offer a variety of delicious items for all spectators and athletes. This is a great time to meet new parents who may have children who play on the same team as your child.
The 50/50 Raffle Committee organizes the 50/50 Raffle during Fall Parents Weekend (October 12-13.) Volunteers are needed to sell raffle tickets through the day and support the parent-faculty mixer on October 12.
The Faculty Appreciation Committee works on three specific “Faculty Appreciation Fridays” throughout the school year: November 9, February 22, and May 3. During each of these days, the Committee will set up a fun assortment of treats and soft drinks in the faculty lounge. We will also host fun mini activities for the faculty such as chair massages, smoothie bar and more.
Lisa Cantin P ‘17 ‘19, Chair
The Proctor Day Committee works with the school to host a fun hospitality tent on the turf during Proctor Day (Saturday, November 10.) Holderness will compete against Proctor in five different athletic games in the afternoon. Volunteers are needed to bake treats, set-up, staff the tent, and clean-up.
Joe and Ann Casey P ‘14, ‘17, ‘20, Chairs
The College Care Packages Committee puts together fun and creative care packages to send to our newest alumni who have just started college. Care packages include a Holderness pennant along with other college-student-appropriate items: ramen, Emergen-C, bottled water, cough drops, gum, tissues.
Amy Robbins P ‘18, ‘20, Chair
The Spring Exam Week Kick-Off Dinner committee hosts a pizza party for all ninth, tenth, and eleventh graders and faculty on the evening of Commencement (Monday, May 20.) Last year’s theme was “Crush Your Exams.”