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Last Call for Woolly Mt. Bike Race Volunteers

Hey Folks,
The Woolly Mt. Bike race in St. Croix Falls, WI is Sunday, Sept. 30 which is right around the corner (for online registration/info, click here).  This has been a great event for many years and is sure to be a lot of fun!  You can never have too many volunteers, so if you're not racing, but you want to be part of the action, why not lend a hand?  Here's some information I recently received from Mark Fisk.  If you're interested in helping out, give it a read and then contact him at the email provided below!
Thanks guys!


2012 Croix Valley Woolly is fast approaching and we are in need of many volunteers to help make this event a success. Volunteers are needed for a wide variety of positions, many of which can be done in pairs.  You can volunteer for a full day, half day, or even just a couple of hours and still have plenty of time to cheer on your favorite racer, compete in one or more of the races, and enjoy Woolly 2012 as a whole. 

Position Descriptions and Hours Needed
  • Registration - Sunday 8am - 12pm 
  • Cross-country Course Marshals – Sat. 8:45am-3:00pm Direct and assist riders and spectators, monitor crossings and report accidents.
  • Finish Chute/Timing –  Sun 9am-3:00pm. Slow riders down, keep them in line, pull back tags, call out or record numbers.
  • Awards – 10am-3pm Make sure that medals and awards are prepared prior to each ceremony and hand out or announce awards.
  • Feed zone - Hand out water/energy drink on course or in finish area post races.
  • Clean-up/Tear down – Sun. 3:00 ‘till it’s all packed up (approx. 6pm)
Most positions include a volunteer t-shirt.  Positions will be done in shifts, so it is not necessary to commit to the full time listed for each. Just specify what hours you will be available to work.

Email your name, phone #, email address, hours desired to work, position desired, t-shirt size to markbfisk at gmail dot com

Effective volunteers will be assertive and proactive, but always courteous and helpful. 
Thank you!

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