League activities provide regular opportunities to become involved. On-the-job training is provided and enthusiasm is the only requirement.
Assist the chairperson by giving demonstrations at schools and other local community group locations. Help organize and present hands-on workshops for groups who wish to come to the League.
Assist the chairperson with the coordination, set-up, and clean-up of light refreshments provided at CLM functions. The League provides refreshments for workshops, visiting artist dinners and special League events. These activities are coordinated and manned by this committee with the help of League members.
Members contact the chairperson to sign up for a regular scheduled day and time to be on duty at the League. Monitors open the League so members can use the facility, handle outside inquires, direct questions or concerns to the appropriate officer or chairperson, help members with questions, and look for ways to make the building cleaner and safer. And, if it’s not too busy, spend time on their clay project. CHECK AND LOCK THE BUILDING.
Work with the committee chairperson to get CLM events and the school calendar properly advertised to the public through community calendars, and press releases to local media. Write copy and announcements to send to local, state and national publications. Research and develop contacts with tri-county colleges and universities in order to promote CLM activities, exhibitions, and workshops.
Assist chairperson in coordinating the CLM Fairs and other sales by setting up, selling ware, manning booths and bays, and packing up.
Workshops, Programs and Seminars are presented to the membership and general public on a regular basis. Assist the chairperson in organizing and manning these events. Many volunteers are needed and the leadership and participation of committee members is essential to the success of the events.
House and Equipment:
The League is frequently in need of members (and their relatives) with some “handy-man” skills and a willingness to get in and get dirty when necessary. The chairperson will contact committee members to; assist with repairs; locate needed supplies and equipment; participate in yard, grounds and bay clean-up; and keep the League safe, clean and functioning
Under the direction of the chairperson, contact a specified number of members who do not have access to e-mail. Contact your assigned list of members with any emergency /special events communications.