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The best way to get involved in BSA activities is to join one or more of the committees. You can take ownership in the planning and execution of events. It is the best way to make some of your ideas into realities and also a great way to meet other members and collaborate on something meaningful and fun. The following four committees all need your help and don't feel limited to joining just one.

V.I.B.E. Committee:
VIBE, which stands for Visions in the Black Experience, is a huge production we put on at the end of February at the Hart House Theatre made up of performances and narration that tell an unforgettable story about black history. We need extras to play various roles throughout the production; we also need stagehands, costume, makeup and set designers. If you are interested in helping in any way, contact Nailah

Black History Month Committee:
The planning for the month of February is still open and we'd like anyone who is interested to come on board and help plan and organize our activities throughout the month. We also need to pool together our resources to create a Black History Month Display for the display cases on the 2nd floor of Robarts Library. If you would like to join this committee contact Adom and we hope to start communicating through email over the break and meeting for some planning sessions in early January.

Education Committee:
The Education Committee is already up and running, but if you hadn’t heard about it or got the chance to join, there is always room for more volunteers, especially for the Tan Furu tutoring program on Saturdays and for the various High School Visits each month. Contact Alicia Clarke

Formal Committee:
We plan to have a formal this year along with the Scarborough and Mississauga campuses. If planning formals is your thing email Kriss-Ann

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