Calling All OKHT Volunteersby Karen Jaworski, OKHT Volunteer Coordinator
The Old Kentucky Home Tour is in need of volunteers. If you’ve ridden the ride in the past, perhaps you’ll consider volunteering to help others enjoy the ride this year.
There are many opportunities to volunteer: some take place during the event, others take place prior to the event, and still more take place after the event. The Old Kentucky Home Tour is only as good as we make it! This is the LBC premier event of the season. Won’t you commit to helping out? Best of all, volunteers who give four hours of their time ride free.
Remember, all volunteers must register for OKHT even if they are not planning on doing the ride. Simply write VOLUNTEER in the ride registration fee area. Please note: you will not be able to register online if you plan on volunteering. All volunteers will receive a special volunteer T-Shirt. Sign up early and volunteer for more than one position!
See the listing and description of the types of volunteer opportunities available below. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact volunteer coordinator Karen Jaworski at 244-0144 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s make OKHT 2004 one of the best ever!
SAG stop workers (put out refreshments for those thirsty and hungry riders)
Lunch Stop Workers (Saturday - help hungry riders get in line for lunch and mark wrist bands)
Roving SAGs (ride in your car and help those in need)
Parking Lot Volunteers (direct drivers to specific parking spaces)
Sign Distribution (distribute signs advertising OKHT and signs warning drivers of cyclists in the area)
Spalding Hall Bardstown (welcome riders, answer questions, direct them to food, fruit and massages)
Packet Stuffing (we actually put all the OKHT info into packets for each participant)
Cookie Calls (we need folks who aren’t bashful to ask others for cookies for our Sunday cookie stop)
SAG Shopping/Food Division (we need volunteers to help us buy the food we use and help us distribute the food for the various SAG stops)
Route Marking (all the routes need to be marked with paint)
Truck Drivers (we need help driving two large rental trucks with all bags and supplies to and from Bardstown)
Breakfast (we put on a great breakfast on Sunday morning)
Post Ride Pizza Party (we need help distributing pizza in an orderly manner). Pizza appears to be “gold” at the end of the ride Sunday. We need at least 8-10 volunteers to:
Medical Assistance (each year we have a few riders who end up needing transportation to or from the hospital)
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