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Old 02-10-2009, 10:55 PM
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Romer, my fellow lx450 man. Why don't you put me down for helping with the tech stuff Wednesday. Good chance to check out all the vehicles while lending a hand.
I was originally scheduled to run on the overnighter but told them to pull my name so others could sign up. I'll come play with you guys.

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Old 02-20-2009, 06:56 PM
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Still have some spots open
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Old 02-21-2009, 11:58 AM
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My Wife and I would like to help Tuesday night. We're not real technical so truck inspection wouldn't be our thing but glad to pitch in where needed.
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My Wife and I would like to help Tuesday night. We're not real technical so truck inspection wouldn't be our thing but glad to pitch in where needed.

Great, thanks you (and everyone else ) for offering your time.

I realize that there might be a tendency to think Tech inspection requires mechanical skills. While we do need (and have) mechanically minded folks on each shift, we can pair them with the "non-mechanical" volunteers. The less tech savvy volunteers can be the ones to greet drivers, get names on a checklist while verifying they have the required items (CB radio, first aid kits, fire extinguishers, etc) and look at easy stuff like making sure the lights or wipers work.
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Ken, I'm having to cancel my trip to Moab this year. Sorry that Kim and I won't be able to help with volunteering after we had signed on.

Hopefully more people will step up!
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Old 03-14-2009, 11:56 PM
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Romer, you can put me in for registration on Wednesday.
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Hmmm...

I could have swore I posted up here but I guess not

Anyway, put me down for whatever shift needs people the most for dinner as well as setup/tear down duty. I'll also probably help out at registration on Wednesday depending on what time we roll into town. Definitely need more volunteers for registration! IIRC, Rachel and I were there for most of the day on Wednesday last year which sort of wears you down
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Is there a schedule so we can see who is in which slot and what slots need to be filled? I posted up early on volunteering my wife and myself but am not sure if we are on the volunteer list.
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Is there a schedule so we can see who is in which slot and what slots need to be filled? I posted up early on volunteering my wife and myself but am not sure if we are on the volunteer list.

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What do you need to get covered and the time(s). Not sure what time I will get there but willing to do more.
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