A JOTW “Can’t Wait” announcement from the Law Enforcement Ride & Run to Remember


A JOTW “Can’t Wait” announcement from the Law Enforcement Ride & Run to Remember:

Volunteer opportunity in DC or National Harbor this weekend (October 15-16)

The Law Enforcement Ride & Run to Remember is a fully-supported bike ride, 5K run, and family festival taking place this Sunday, October 16th at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC.

Volunteer opportunities are available at both the Memorial, which is the 5K Race site, as well as the National Harbor, which includes the bike start area. During registration you can choose your preference of which location you’d like to volunteer at as well as up to two choices of teams. We will do our best to match your interests with our needs and confirm with you via email your assigned team.

Please forward this email to any volunteer groups or friends of law enforcement that may be able to help spread the word!

Volunteer information and registration is here:

http://support.nleomf.org/site/PageServer?pagename=LawEnforcementRideandRun_volunteer

Volunteer Schedule:

Saturday, October 15th

Packet Pick-Up

(shifts: various)

Multiple shifts/days are available. Distribute event packets and t-shirts and assist with the registration process.

Set Up

(8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.)

Help unload and set-up event materials and equipment at our host site; direct traffic for arriving vendors.

Sunday, October 16th (Event Day)

Site Activities

(Shifts are included for both sites, as well as morning and afternoon shifts)

Assist with final set-up for the event, assist event staff with a smooth event start and finish including all related activities; staff hydration stations located at the start/finish site and assist vendors in keeping the food and beverage area clean and neat. Shift B also assists with site clean-up.

Check In / Registration

(Morning shifts available at both sites)

Help participants with registration, check-in and pick-up of event materials and T-shirts.

Parking Monitors

(Morning shifts available at both sites, afternoon shifts at the main site)

Greet event participants arriving by vehicle and direct them to participant parking areas. Monitor parking lots for available space. Ride in event shuttle as a shuttle host.

Route Pit Stop

(Morning shifts at both sites)

Staff hydration and/or food stations along the walk/run route and assist participants during the event.

Course Marshals

(Morning shifts available at the main site)

Located along the walk route, Course Marshals insure participants remain on the course and stay safe.

Route Safety

(Morning shifts available from the Ride start site)

Located along the bike route, Route Safety insures participants remain on the course and stay safe. This team will need to be licensed and provide their own motorcycle for this team assignment, you should not select this team as an option if you are not able to ride up to 100 miles in a day and provide your own maintenance.

Route Operations

(Whole day shifts available at both sites)

This is a great team for those individuals who prefer to be on the move. This team could do a variety of tasks from marking the route to driving a truck with supplies, picking up trash at the pit stops and serving as a caboose along a route. You should be able to lift 35 pounds continuously and hold a valid driver’s license.

Volunteer information and registration is here:

http://support.nleomf.org/site/PageServer?pagename=LawEnforcementRideandRun_volunteer

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