OMPA Potluck Food Assignments

Scott Loganbill

Hi Stingrays, 

Please read for important information below about the OPP Food Tables at OMPA (and for a preview of the menu this weekend).

 

Thank you

Scott

 

FOOD TABLES: It is an OPP tradition to provide an all-day potluck on both Saturday and Sunday for our OPP swimmers and parents. This is a collective responsibility and we need everyone’s help keeping the tables clean and well-stocked. Coffee will available in the mornings in addition to breakfast foods, snacks and lunch. This food is for everyone (not just swimmers). 

 

Each family is responsible for bringing the food items listed below on the designated day.  Please note that we need all food items by the early morning “be there time” on your assigned day.  If you will not be at the pool by 7:30am on Saturday or 7:45am on Sunday, please arrange for another family to deliver your food item.  If you are assigned a non-perishable item for Sunday, feel free to bring it on Saturday.

 

AMOUNTS BELOW ARE PER SWIMMER – eg. if you are listed as bringing 3 boxes of cereal and you have 2 swimmers at OMPA then you need to bring 6 boxes. For the few families with more than 2 swimmers, please only double your contribution. Each single assignment should cost around $25.

 

COOLERS – we need your coolers. please label with your name and bring to the Pep Rally / Pasta Feed this Thursday.  Coolers will be returned to the pool on Sunday for the OMPA Party at OPP. 

 

FOOD ASSIGNMENTS

 

Saturday (Items Must Be At Pool by 7:30am)

 

Abram through Bell: 12 bagels and cream cheese 

Bessette through Blodgett: 3 large boxes of healthy cereal

Bobrow through Bradley: 4 loaves sliced whole wheat or whole grain bread

Bretall through Casey-Housand: 5 large bags of salty snacks (pretzels, trail mix, popcorn, etc. but NO chips)

Cherry through Coleman:  3 gallons of low fat milk

Collins through Dibase: 12 high quality energy bars (Cliff/Luna/Kind or similar)

Diessner through Feusier: 15 small individual yogurts or 24 tubes of yogurt

Fitzsimmons through Fitzsimmons: 3 large jars of jelly or jam

Flournoy through Girdlestone: Veggies & Hummus for 15 people (baby carrots, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, etc., plus 1 pint of hummus or dip)

Glass through Isaeff: Fruit (NOT Bananas) for 20 people (eg. 6 lbs grapes, 2 large water melons, 5 lbs strawberries, etc.)

Isola through Kelley: Bananas (3 bunches, approximately 20 bananas)

Kelly through Keohane: 3 dozen hard boiled eggs (unpeeled)

Konkel through Layton: 5 bags (5 pounds each bag) of ice

 

Sunday (Items Must Be At Pool by 7:45am)

 

Leach through Linnane: 15 small individual yogurts or 24 tubes of yogurt

Linscheid through McLaughlin: 12 high quality energy bars (box of Cliff/Luna/Kind or similar)

Metherd through Monroe: 5 bags (5 pounds each bag) of ice

Monteleone through Morgan: 3 dozen hard boiled eggs (unpeeled)

NiCheallaigh through Oh: 4 loaves sliced whole wheat or whole grain bread

Ostrer through Pearce: 3 large boxes of healthy cereal

Porter through Salermo: Veggies & Hummus for 15 people (baby carrots, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, etc., plus 1 pint of hummus or dip)

Schmitt through Schultz: 5 large bags of salty snacks (pretzels, trail mix, popcorn, etc.  NO chips)

Sherman through Tarantino: Fruit (NOT Bananas) for 20 people (eg. 6 lbs grapes, 2 large water melons, 5 lbs strawberries, etc.)

Thompson through Turtle: Bananas (3 bunches, approximately 20 bananas)

vanZuthem through Wang: 12 bagels and cream cheese

Watson through Watson: 3 large jars of jelly or jam

Young through Young: 3 large jars of peanut butter

Zarrin through Zippin: 3 gallons of low fat milk