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Silver Spoons Legoland Event

The children will have a chance to use their hands and their minds by creating and building with Legos.  There are 10 Lego-themed areas such as Imagination Express and Pirate Adventure Island and the children will have access to age-appropriate challenges.  The host moms will escort the children through the center and facilitate structured and unstructured play.  At the end of the event, the children will gather together and share their creations.

 


Legoland



2017 FIRST ANNUAL INVITATIONAL J&J CUP

Highlights

  • A Ryder Cup team competition featuring best ball and alternate ball play
  • Cost: $165/player Includes box lunch and banquet
  • Each team/chapter will have 18 players
  • Top two teams compete in a playoff

 

Details

The Montgomery County Chapter Father’s Auxiliary is hosting the 2017 First Annual J&J Cup on Monday, June 5, 2017, at the brand new Bluestone Country Club (formerly Meadowlands CC).

This is a match play tournament modeled after the Ryder Cup format. Chapters from Philadelphia, Montgomery County, Bucks/Chester and South Jersey will form teams to compete in this unique format. The prize will be the J&J Cup and bragging rights for the year!

For more information and to register, contact Event Co-Chairs Chris Booth or Erick Pullian.

 

Tickets

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2017 Montco March Madness Basketball Tournament

A Fundraiser for Jack and Jill Charities

Teen Boys, Girls, and Adults

Prizes to the winning teams
Free Throw Contest
Music, fun and much more!
 
Saturday, March 4, 2017
6:30pm – 10:00pm
 
Greater Plymouth Community Center
2910 Jolly Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA
 
$15 Per Player in advance; $5 more at door
$10 Per Spectator in advance
 
 
Payment, Signed WAIVER & Sign up sheet due February 27, 2017
 
 
 

1. Registration Form & Waiver

Please email completed registration form & signed waiver to:  
 
Tyson Hugee (tysonhugee30@gmail.com)
 
 
 
 
 

2.  Players and Spectators – ONLINE PAYMENT

Purchase tickets below.  After payment, you will be redirected back to this page.

Check in at the door with your name as no ticket will be created after payment.

Players, after payment please fill out teammate form below.

*Note, Paypal Fees are included in each transaction

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

 

 

 3.  Players ONLY (Team Formation)

 

2016 EASTERN REGION TEEN ORATORICAL CONTEST

The 2016 Theme is “Unapologetically Black.”

Competition for the Delaware Valley Cluster will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2016

*NOTE:  The following information is taken from the 2014 Oratorical Contest Guidelines

Form (when available) must be emailed by late September 2016 (date yet to be determined).


Overview

The Jack and Jill Oratorical Competition will be completed in two phases.

– The first phase of the competition, the cluster level event as described in this document is conducted at all Eastern Region Cluster Workdays. First place winners at the workday cluster advance to the regional level.

– The final phase of the competition, takes place at the Eastern Regional Teen Conferences. All first place winners must be registered for the teen conference in order to participate in the Regional Oratorical Competition.

THE JUDGES DECISIONS ARE FINAL AT BOTH LEVELS. PHASE I – CLUSTER LEVEL (PHASE II IS COMPLETED AT THE TEEN REGIONAL CONFERENCE)

This is an activity for teens at the Cluster Level. Teens from each chapter in the Cluster will participate in either Division I (13 to 15 years) or Division II (16 to 19 years) competition.

A panel of competent, non-partisan judges will select one winner from each division. Parents of participating teens may not act as judges nor may they be in attendance during judging. The Cluster division first place winners will compete on the Regional Level. Speeches are to be researched, prepared, and written and developed ONLY by the teen contestants. However, they may be coached and/or advised in final preparation for the competition.

The topic for the Oratorical Competition will be the selected Teen Conference theme.


Speech/Spoken Word Guidelines

1. Competitors must state their topic, prior to commencing the speech. A five (5)-point penalty is deducted by the timekeeper for failure to comply. Any salutation to judges, audience member, etc., should precede the announcement of the topic.

2. No special props, costumes, clothing or prompts are permitted. Competitors who do not comply are disqualified.

3. Three (3) minutes are allowed for each speech. A speech may not be less than two and a half minutes (150 seconds) or more than three minutes (180 seconds) in length. Participants who fail to meet the time parameters will be penalized one (1) point for each two second time block (or fraction thereof) under or over the allocated time. Timing of the speech begins immediately after the speaker gives the topic. Timing stops when the speaker finishes. The official timekeeper will make all determinations regarding the actual length of the speeches. The timekeeper’s decisions are final.

4. Competitors may use notes.


Scoring

1. Personal factors – maximum 20 points. Appearance, personality, poise, and body language will be considered.

2. Organization of Material – maximum 30 points. Subject/theme, adherence to subject/theme, l logic, and value will be considered.

3. Presentation and Delivery – maximum 30 points. Voice quality, enunciation, pronunciation, gestures and emphasis will be considered.

4. Overall Effectiveness – maximum 20 points. Appeal, effect, polish, and showmanship will be considered.


Awards

1. Certificate of Participation to all contestants.

2. Winner of Division I at Teen Conference (13-15 Yr. Old) PRIZE TO BE DETERMINED

3. Winner of Division II at Teen Conference (16-19 Yr. Old)  PRIZE TO BE DETERMINED

4. The winners of each cluster for Division I and II PRIZE TO BE DETERMINED

 

Please check back as this page will be updated as information becomes available.