ATTENTION by jianghongl


                           All Job’s Daughters Volunteers
(Council members, Committee members, Chaperones, any adults over 18 that are involved with girls)


                                            March 6, 2010

The next training for Job’s Daughters Youth Protection Training is March 6, 2010 at the Best Western
Ramkota in Sioux Falls. The Supreme Guardian Council has mandated that ALL adult volunteers
eighteen years of age and older are required to meet and abide by the policy and program guidelines
which may be found on the website 100% of the SD volunteers must be trained by May
31, 2010. All adult volunteers will be provided with a detailed training and must pass a screening
process to help ensure the safety of our youth. The training will last approximately 6 hours and you
must attend the entire session. The paperwork for the screening process will be handed out at the time
of the training. The cost for the screening process is $44.00 which is sent with the screening paperwork
to Supreme. When you have been approved and receive your card you will be reimbursed $26.00 by
the SD GGC upon presentation of a copy of your card showing certification. Please attend this training
as it is uncertain when there will be another one available, which may mean that you will have to travel
out of state to be trained by the compliance date. This training should include active parents as well as
council members.

Mark March 6, 2010 on your calendars NOW. The training will be held at the Best Western
Ramkota, 3200 W. Maple St., Sioux Falls, SD starting at 8:30 AM. Lunch will be served at a cost of
$12.00 per person, payable at registration. If you need lodging there will be a block of rooms available
at the Ramkota at a cost of $89.99 plus tax per night 605-336-0650 (tell them you are with SD Job’s
Daughters). Please make your reservations ASAP as there are basketball tournaments that weekend

Please e-mail me by February 28th to let me know whether or not you are coming
I must know in advance so we have enough supplies.

Carol White PGG, Coordinator

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