[Members] Call for VOLUNTEERS: 1/9-10 SPRINT/PURSUIT Weekend

bwoodard brian.j.woodard at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 15:06:50 EST 2016


We are getting close to our two-race weekend and I have received a few
messages from volunteers. Listed below are the current volunteer needs to
make this weekend's races happen.

*SPRINT JAN 9TH*

*TIMING:* We would like two people but can survive with one. *You could
still race doing this job*
*Job Description*: I will provide a start sheet and you simply send people
off the start line and record their finish time. And my goal is to have two
people as this job is easiest when done in pairs.

*COURSE:* We need one person to mark the course race morning. *You could
still race doing this job*
*Job Description*: we already have the course designs, and you would simply
ski the course and place flags at intersections before the "zero" race
morning; this would take 30-40 minutes.

*SCORING: *We always need people during the race to score and pull targets.
If you are racing, please lend a hand before or after your race to capture
scores on the provided score sheets...*so you could still race doing this
job*

*PURSUIT JAN 10TH*

*REGISTRATION:* we are looking for one registration volunteer. *You could
still race doing this job*
*Job Description*: You need to be available at the biathlon range hut at
8:45 to process waivers for pre-registered adults, register and raceday
kids. This job would only run from 8:45 -9:45

*TIMING:* We would like two people but can survive with one. *You could
still race doing this job*
*Job Description*: I will provide a start sheet and you simply send people
off the start line and record their finish time. And my goal is to have two
people as this job is easiest when done in pairs.

*COURSE:* we need one person to mark the course race morning. *You could
still race doing this job*
*Job Description*: we already have the course designs, and you would simply
ski the course and place flags at intersections before the "zero" race
morning; this would take 30-40 minutes.

*SCORING: *We always need people during the race to score and pull targets.
If you are racing, please lend a hand before or after your race to capture
scores on the provided score sheets.


Thanks and if you have questions please reply directly versus a mass club
email,

Brian

On Sun, Jan 3, 2016 at 12:44 PM, bwoodard <brian.j.woodard at gmail.com> wrote:

> You've just seen the race announcement for next weekend's sprint/pursuit
> two-race weekend, so now we need volunteer support to make the races
> happen. Volunteers receive a free trail pass for their support, so bring
> significant others, friends, parents, people from the bus station. *And
> you can still race if you volunteer.*  Below is the short description of
> volunteer needs Jan 9 and 10th with more information on the duties
> farther below.
>
> 1) Pellet Range Support for Kids - parents please help us here
> 2) Registration Race Morning - this is quick because of pre-registration
> 3) Timing - if you have a watch, you are qualified
> 4) Course Marking - ski the course race morning to stay warm and test your
> wax
> 5) Scoring and Pulling Targets - Bring an extra layer to make this job
> easier than standing in your ski clothes.
>
> If you have never volunteered because you feel you are new to the sport,
> volunteering is the best way to learn about the sport as well as meet
> other CBC members. If you would like to volunteer but want to know more
> about the job requirements, send me a message and I will describe how
> shockingly easy it is to support our races.
>
> DETAIL OF CURRENT VOLUNTEER NEEDS FOR SPRINT/PURSUIT WEEKEND Jan 9th/10th
>
> *SPRINT JAN 9TH*
>
> *PELLET RANGE:* We need at least a single volunteer to support the kids
> on the pellet range before and during the race. Parents, this is where we
> need your help with kids.
> *Job Description*: The job is to support the pellet range kids pre-race
> and during the event to teach the basics of pellet use pre-race to any new
> kids.
>
> *REGISTRATION:* We are looking for one registration volunteer. *You could
> still race doing this job*
> *Job Description*: You need to be available at the biathlon range hut at
> 8:45 to process waivers for pre-registered adults, register and raceday
> kids. This job would only run from 8:45 -9:45
>
> *TIMING:* We are looking for two volunteers as working in pairs is best,
> but can survive with a single timer per wave. *You could still race doing
> this job*
> *Job Description*: I will provide a start sheet and you simply send
> people off the start line and record their finish time. Again, my goal is
> to have two people as this job is easiest when done in pairs (one reads the
> bib and the other records the time...)
>
> *COURSE:* We need one person to mark the course race morning. *You could
> still race doing this job*
> *Job Description*: we already have the course designs, and you would
> simply ski the course and place flags at intersections before the "zero"
> race morning; this would take 30-40 minutes.
>
> *SCORING: *We always need people during the race to score and pull
> targets. If you are racing, please lend a hand before or after your race to
> capture scores on the provided score sheets...*so you could still race
> doing this job*
>
> *PURSUIT JAN 10TH*
>
> *REGISTRATION:* we are looking for one registration volunteer. *You could
> still race doing this job*
> *Job Description*: You need to be available at the biathlon range hut at
> 8:45 to process waivers for pre-registered adults, register and raceday
> kids. This job would only run from 8:45 -9:45
>
> *TIMING:* We would like two people but can survive with one. *You could
> still race doing this job*
> *Job Description*: I will provide a start sheet and you simply send
> people off the start line and record their finish time. And my goal is to
> have two people as this job is easiest when done in pairs.
>
> *COURSE:* we need one person to mark the course race morning. *You could
> still race doing this job*
> *Job Description*: we already have the course designs, and you would
> simply ski the course and place flags at intersections before the "zero"
> race morning; this would take 30-40 minutes.
>
> *SCORING: *We always need people during the race to score and pull
> targets. If you are racing, please lend a hand before or after your race to
> capture scores on the provided score sheets.
>
>
> Thanks and if you have questions please reply directly versus a mass club
> email,
>
> Brian
>



-- 
brian woodard
brian.j.woodard at gmail.com
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