White River Concert Registration

What a great way to help raise funds for your club/sport/activity to help offset costs throughout the year. With just 15 shows worked in spring/summer 2023, our groups raised over $59,000!! On average, each volunteer earned $230 per show for their identified group.  One volunteer, working 10 shows could potentially earn your group $2300!  More shows, more volunteers, more money!

Stay tuned for the 2024 Concert Season!!

If you or your group are interested, here are some very important details:

  • Each volunteer, including Coaches/Advisors MUST be current Booster Club Member (student volunteers are the exception when their parent/guardian are a Booster Club member).
  • Volunteers can work shows prior to attaining their required permits, provided the permits are completed and submitted to the Booster Club within 60 days of their first show worked (otherwise you group will forfeit that money raised by the individual).
  • A Food Workers Permit is required for ALL VOLUNTEERS 16 years+.
  • MAST and eTIPS training is REQUIRED.  Attending this entire training course or another approved course (in person or online) at the below links is REQUIRED to participate in this fundraising effort. In person eTIPS training would be your best option (this will save you about 4 hours of additional training, covers both MAST and eTIPS and about $80 in out of pocket cost to the volunteer).
  • Commitment is flexible.  Groups may work 1 show or all the shows.  However, once signed up, each volunteer/group will be expected to show up or find an appropriate replacement.
  • The longer you wait the less opportunity your group will have to capitalize on this massive fundraising opportunity.
  • Payments into your Booster Club account will occur mid season and end of the season.

Concert Volunteer Form and Permit Submission

    Name

    Email
    Enter an email you can check outside of business/school hours/days.

    Phone Number
    Please note we may need to call/text you outside of business/school hours/days.

    Birthdate
    This will be used to verify your permits with WA State Liquor and Cannabis Board.

    Last 4 digits of your SSN
    This will be used to verify your permits with WA State Liquor and Cannabis Board.

    Polo shirt size

    Are you a current AMHS Booster Club member?
    ALL concert volunteers must be a Booster Club member or a child of a BC member. You will be directed to the membership sign up page will after this submission.

    Do you have a current AMHS student(s)?

    If yes, please enter their names and graduation year(s)?

    Activity/Sport/Committee you are volunteering to support?
    Please note a specific class year, if applicable. E.g. ASB General Fund vs. ASB 2023.

    Do you have a current Washington State Food Worker's Card?
    Required for all volunteers.

    Do you have a current Washington State Alcohol Server's permit (MAST)?
    Required for ALL volunteers 18 yrs and older.

    Do you have a current TIPS permit?
    Required for ALL volunteers 18 yrs and older.

    Additional comments you would like to share with us:

    You can upload copies of you permit(s) here. (Max 2MB each. Acceptable formats: PDF, TIF, GIF, PNG, JPG, JPEG. You can convert files to PDF for free HERE. You can compress large PDFs for free HERE.)



    Groups can work shows while still obtaining the required permits. Volunteers have up to 60 days to submit completed permits after their first show worked.
    How to get your permits:
    -online (links available below, all will require you to pay the fees associated)
    -in person on the following days:
    Session 1
    Session 2

    Washington State Food Worker Card

    https://www.foodworkercard.wa.gov

    -approx. $10 fee paid by the volunteer

    -valid for 3 years

    -the permit is yours to use when working concessions for any group/event, even not tied to AMBC

    Required Alcohol Server Permits

    **The best option: get both of these requirements completed at one time by attending an in person training (this will save you at least 4 hours and close to $80)**

    MAST 12/13

    htthttps://lcb.wa.gov/mastrvp/mast-providers-list

    -18yrs and older (MAST Class 12 for 21+, MAST 13 for 18+)

    -approx. $30 fee paid by volunteer

    Permit requirements while working
    You must have your MAST permit and a valid form of ID readily available for inspection by law enforcement any time you perform duties that include the sale, service or handling of alcohol. The permit is your property, not the property of your employer. If your employer requests it, provide a copy of your permit to your employer and keep the original permit for yourself. Your permit can be used at multiple places of employment or volunteer locations.

    Anyone not possessing the required MAST permit within the allotted timeline may receive a criminal citation with a maximum $500 monetary penalty or up to 90 days in jail or both the fine and imprisonment. Your employer may also incur a monetary fine, license suspension, or both.   

    Renew your permit

    The MAST permit is good for five years. It is not renewable. To prevent working without a valid permit, it is advised that you take a new course 45 days prior to expiration of your current permit. There is no grace period to obtain a new permit once your permit expires.

    If you are unsure about your MAST certification you can check here.

         

    TIPS

    https://www.gettips.com/online/washington-alcohol-training

    -$40 fee paid by the volunteer

    -valid for 3 years

    -18yrs and older (MAST Class 12 for 21+, MAST 13 for 18+)

    (select the first course listed on the top left) The Washington MAST On-Premise Alcohol Server training program is a 5-hour program designed for servers at restaurants, bars, hotels, in-store tastings, or other establishments where alcohol is consumed on the premises. Employees learn strategies that ensure responsible alcohol service, promote professionalism, and enhance customer service skills. 

    Questions? Please contact us at [email protected].

    Updated 10/21/23