Get To Know Our Volunteers

We continue to share the message that volunteers are needed. Our current Committee Chairs are eager to mentor, share, guide, and teach you. Whatever your strength is, any and all help is needed! See which one you would like to be involved with and then contact us!

Entertainment Committee

4 Individual Committee Members

The Entertainment Committee has one of the most important jobs. They are in charge of finding the entertainment you want. These committee members spend their time seeing, listening, researching, and experiencing different musical acts and performers. During their research, they watch how the crowd responds, and then connects with the management team for future contact.

Entertainment Committee Chair

Our committee chair is new to running the Entertainment Committee this year. They are learning a lot and having fun along the way. As always, there will be also lots of great live music on Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Check out more details on the Music Line-Up page. To contact our entertainment chair, email entertainment@sugargrovecornboil.org.

Vendor Booth Committee

2 Individual Committee Members

The Vendor Booth Committee brings in crafters, businesses and not-for-profit organizations as vendors in the festival business booth area. The committee also organizes the layout of business booth area and coordinates all communication with the participating vendor.

Vendor Booth Committee Chair

Kim Miklavcich

Kim started serving as the Vendor and Business Booth Committee Chair in 2024. Kim is in the process of confirming the details for the upcoming festival and is finalizing the plans. For further information, she can be contacted via email at vendors@sugargrovecornboil.org.

Opening Ceremony Committee

1 Individual Committee

On Friday night, the Sugar Grove Corn Boil kickoffs our festival with the opening ceremony. In the beginning, the opening ceremony consisted of the announcement of scholarship winners, Medallion Hunt, and the Citizen of the Year. In 2010, the Corn Boil was looking at ways to boost attendance. Committee Head, David Paluch had the idea to have a theme recognizing specific groups and organizations, and to include a parade to help kick off the event. In recent years, this idea has been carried more into the event. Some of the previous themes have been centered around our military, community volunteerism, 100-year anniversary for the Girl Scouts, anti-bullying, civil rights, honoring the Vietnam Era vets, the Special Olympics and in 2017 highlighting Autism Community.

Opening Ceremon Committee Chair

Dave Paluch
Doug became involved in 2009 and has been the Opening Committee Chair since 2010. He currently resides in Sugar Grove and is employed by Verizon Wireless in their Sales Department.

What makes Sugar Grove a great place to live, is the kindness and willingness of our community to come together. The Corn Boil is the staple of our village, we are known for this event, and it’s an honor to be a part of the organization, and the wonderful friends that are part of the Corn Boil organization”, David said. “Reaching out to the various groups, media outlets, coordinating all the participants, is a lot of work but well worth it. Each year, I look forward to having the biggest and best parade yet!

Carnival Committee

1 Individual Committee Member

This committee is in charge of bringing a quality carnival into our festival. Once a contract is in place, the committee organizes the pre-sale of wristbands, provides staff for the ticket booths, and provides a contact for the Carnival Company and our patrons during the festival.

Carnival Committee Chair

Jaden Chada
Jaden joined the committee in 2024 and has served as the Committee Chair ever since, actively participating in multiple committees. Jaden can be reached via email at j.chada@sugargrovecornboil.org.

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