Operation Rudolph - Volunteers Needed!
Operation Rudolph is coming and it is time for anyone that can assist to throw your name in the hat. The event will be held on Friday 12/17/21 at Tomahawk Ridge Community Center located at 11902 Lowell Ave.
If you are especially talented at wrapping gifts and would like to assist, please send me an email with your interest. Normally the gift wrapping is our biggest challenge.
We are hoping to aid 35 students this year. Considering each child may have 5-10 gifts to wrap, we will need a lot of help. As in previous years, we are counting on some of our regular volunteers and community partners to assist as well.
The time frame for gift wrapping is anticipated to be from 2:45pm to 5:00pm at TRCC. If you can't assist for the whole duration, please provide a time frame when submitting your name.
If you are volunteering for this event, we are asking to please not bring your own children unless they are at least 15 years old and volunteering. We would like the day to be special for the selected students and with the increase in numbers, the space is at a premium.
If you have not volunteered and are not associated with a PD you will be asked for name and date of birth beforehand so we can do a quick check since we are working with children.
Let me know if you have any questions and/or concerns,
The contact people for our branch are Phil Hafler and Fred Jones
New Book Club
The Education Committee is forming a Book Club and would like to invite students ages 8-18 to join the club.
If you are interested in joining, please call the NAACP Office at 913-362-2272 and leave your contact information.
In Search of a New Name
Johnson County NAACP making the community aware of creek.
Re-watch the Johnson County NAACP Black History Month Program from February 6th, 2021.
Johnson County Law Enforcement
Town Hall Meeting
Johnson County NAACP meeting with key local law
enforcement officials as we discuss current policies.