File contains a recruitment summary; presentation lists and schedules for recruitment in schools; form letters to presenters, participants and school principals; a timeline for the Recruitment Committee; an outline with instructions for presenters; and the "Journey to Jerusalem" poem that was part of presentations. The file also contains a letter written by UJA March coordinator Karen Worb outlining the initial steps of the recruitment committee as of February 9th, 1996. Attached to this letter is the original proposal from the Canadian Zionist Federation for a joint youth program to conclude with an event on the day of the March (i.e. the Festival).
File contains letters to volunteers; a general information sheet about the March; a sitemap of the opening check-in at the Promenade Shopping Centre; an advertisement with a route map; lists of volunteers from specific organizations; a list of volunteer assignments; and a thank-you letter. There are also records related specifically to registration volunteers, including a form letter, notes for staff and general notes.
File contains records highlighting the organization of police coverage, parking at the Promenade Shopping Centre, a waiver and insurance, public signage, property and road use as well as reserving the Festival location for 1997, again to be held at Centennial Arena. The records include formal agreements and contracts, the parade permit, correspondence and a map of the Bathurst Street area north of Finch. File also contains timeline notes and general information about the day of the event.
File contains a list of directional and information signs needed for the Festival as well as the design for "Jerusalem 3000" birthday cards, perhaps to be coloured by children at the Arts and Crafts table. The list of signs shows the various activities going on at the Festival.
File contains clippings of articles and advertisements, a flyer, a list of ads published with dates and prices, as well as a press release. File also includes designs for the giveaway t-shirt and hats.
File contains correspondence between UJA and prize donors and winners, including State of Israel Bonds and El Al Airlines, which per tradition donated two tickets to Israel. There are also lists of the smaller prizes distributed.
File contains photographs taken on the day of the event at the check-in and opening at Promenade Shopping Centre and along the route. Images include a cotton candy stand, face painting, the ribbon-cutting ceremony, the Mandell Entertainment truck, police marshalls, a clown and groups of people posed as well as walking the route. There are many shots of the crowd, families and children.
File contains records documenting the Jerusalem 3000 Festival. Records include correspondence, notes, a notice to vendors and table operator, a timeline of the mainstage performances and a flyer. There is also a memo written by UJA staff coordinator, Karen Worb, to assistant Campaign director, Jeff Springer, outlining some conflict with co-sponsors from the CZF in the planning process. As well, there are 49 photographs taken on the day of the event, including images of facepainting, llamas at the petting zoo, costumed characters, people at the blood drive that was held, speakers and performers onstage and kids asleep in strollers.
File contains a sponsor sheet for the Eitz Chaim Learnathon, held May 21st, 1996, with a package documenting the expenditures for the event and photographs taken there. The 62 images include boys studying, wide shots of the room full of students, speakers, teachers and the girls' learnathon with similar images.
File contains a letter, forms, the application questionnaire and the certificate for UJA's lottery license. There is also correspondence regarding prize donors and lists of prizes requested and prizes received.
File contains minutes from three March evaluation meetings: two attended by the event's planners and one made up of staff who participated. There is also a letter from a community member with feedback.
File contains records of the formation of the Cabinet Committee by March chairs and the UJA staff coordinator, in late 1995; it also contains records that document the planning and decision-making of the Cabinet from January through May of 1996. The records include agendas, preparatory notes and meeting minutes.
File consists of a catalogue for the exhibit entitled From Bundle Boards to Paravents, Contemporary Glass Screens feturing artists Stephen Brathwaite, Margaret Cavanaugh, Mimi Gellman, Wayne Kelly, Barbara Laffey, Ken Pellar, Pertegaz and Hernandez, Aren Sepanski, Ernestine Tahedi, and David Wilde and a brief history of the decorative screen.
File consists of promotional material for Beyond Electronics, a series of three exhibitions involving 11 artists and an article published in Leonardo, Vol 33 entitlted Nature, Technology and Art: The emergence of a new relationship? Artisits included in the exhibit are Diana Burgoyne, Gerhard Gehrmann, Christine Hawkes, Juan Gomez-Perales, David Robeby, Alan Bouch, Laura Kikauka, Norman White, Nell Tenhaaf, Marshalore and Tom Sherman.
File consists of records documenting the Koffler Gallery Art Exhibitions. Included in the file are reviews, promotional material, media releases, press clippings and catalogues highlighting the works of Jane Buyers. Also included is Jane Buyers' CV.