Join Us on Easter Sunday as a CCOP Patroller or a Community Safety Volunteer at the Sisters Easter In The Park!

We are just three days away from one of the most irreverent, fun-filled, and enjoyable Easter events EVER.

Each year since the 1990’s the incredible Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence have produced the FREE Easter In The Park event, with a kids easter egg hunt, free entertainment, the world renowned Hunky Jesus Contest, an Easter Bonnet Contest and the new Foxy Mary Contest.  CCOP has supported this incredible community effort by providing free Safety Monitors to help ensure the thousands of people who attend are safe and having fun.   Read more about this incredible event in the Bay Area Report article by Sister Roma Roma http://ebar.com/openforum/opforum.php?sec=guest_op&id=556

CCOP at the 2014 Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence 35th Anniversary in Golden Gate Park.

CCOP at the 2014 Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence 35th Anniversary in Golden Gate Park.

This year the event will take place on Easter Sunday, March 27th at Hellman Hollow in Golden Gate Park beginning at noon and running through 5PM.

CCOP will be on hand once again to provide Safety Monitors, but we find ourselves a little short on numbers this year for a variety of reasons, so at this proverbial eleventh hour, we wanted to reach out to our existing Patrollers and our community supporters to ask for a few more volunteers to help us, help the Sisters in making this a memorable and fun-filled event once again this year.

If you are an existing CCOP Patroller, please register for the patrol on-line or shoot us an e-mail.

If you are a supporter and would like to help us out as a Community Safety Volunteer (CSV), please send us an e-mail address with your preferred name and phone number to VOLUNTEER@CastroPatrol.org and put “Easter Sunday Volunteer” in the subject line.  We will be meeting in Hellman Hollow by the entrance to the back stage area at 10:30AM on Sunday.   We will pair you with one of our CCOP volunteers, and we’ll give you a vest for identification.  Just be sure to wear comfortable shoes and clothing, and bring some sun block and snacks for the day.

Sisters Easter in the Park is a San Francisco tradition that we want to support and continue for many years to come.

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