Fall Kick-Off Rally

SRSLY members set up tents and tables at one of the first Chelsea High School Varsity Football home games of the season. Youth and adult volunteers pass out rally towels, SRSLY temporary tattoos, and information about our coalition. Plus, youth can play Plinko for prizes. After a short half-time announcement, youth members throw SRSLY T-shirts into the stands.

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SRSLY Cinema

In conjunction with Sounds and Sights on Thursday nights in downtown Chelsea, SRSLY offers free outdoor movies starting at dusk during the summer. SRSLY public service announcements are shown before each movie, along with recognition of our sponsors. Movies are projected onto a screen on the back of the McKinley building behind the Clocktower Complex. Lawn seating is available (blankets or chairs are recommended). Popcorn and concessions are sold under the gazebo. Youth and adult volunteers are needed for many jobs, including set-up, popcorn sales, crowd supervision, and clean up.


New Year’s Eve Party

The SRSLY regional New Year’s Eve Party contradicts the conventional wisdom that this holiday can’t be celebrated without alcohol. All of the SRSLY communities come together to throw a big party at Beach Middle School in Chelsea. Youth can enjoy video games, sports in the gym, swimming, arts & crafts, cookie decorating, the photo booth, and free pizza! The night ends with team games and a countdown to the new year.

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Volunteer Appreciation Party

This is our time to say thanks to everyone who helped out over the course of the year! The party always includes dinner and dessert, plus an award ceremony to recognize volunteers for their contributions. Held during the summer, the event also includes games and the opportunity to have fun with other coalition members.

SRSLY Events Policy:

  1. The use of alcohol, tobacco, or drugs of any kind, by anyone, youth and adults, will not be permitted.
  2. Anyone suspected of being under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of an event will not be allowed to participate, and any illegal behavior will be reported to the authorities.
  3. SRSLY Events are open to the public. Coalition membership is strongly urged, but not required.
  4. Some SRSLY Events will be limited to certain age groups, while others will be open to anyone, any age.
  5. Parents are welcome to attend an event as chaperones, as long as they contact the SRSLY Director to sign-up beforehand.
  6. SRSLY Events are open; meaning arrival and departure of participants – youth and adults – will not be monitored or controlled.
  7. SRSLY Event organizers will make every effort to ensure a safe environment. However, the SRSLY Coalition, its members, and its sponsoring organizations are not responsible for the safety of participants at an event.