Become a sergeant-at-arms

Consider volunteering for the Sergeant-at-Arms Committee. Sergeants-at-arms play an important role by providing logistical assistance and support at all sessions, forums and events. They enjoy a behind-the-scenes role—with plenty of time left over to enjoy convention activities and the Vancouver sites. Being a sergeant-at-arms does not entitle you to the host committee volunteer rate. Make sure to indicate your wish to be a sergeant-at-arms on your registration form.

Become a volunteer from the host district, Pacific Northwest

Consider volunteering with the Host Committee. Members put their regional knowledge to use, performing tasks such as advising Kiwanians about things to do in the Vancouver area, staffing the registration desk and more. Plus you get a discounted registration rate if you register prior to April 2, 2013. Members are asked to perform a minimum of 3 to 4 volunteer hours. The registration form allows you to sign up as a volunteer.

NOTE: The Sergeant-At-Arms Committee is separate from the Vancouver Host Committee. If you are from the Pacific Northwest District and have questions about volunteering for the Host Committee, contact the chairman, George Cadman, at gcadman@boughton.ca.