4-H Horse Show in need of volunteers | Community Spirit
Alabama 4-H invites you to "make a difference" in the lives of 200+ youth participating in the upcoming 2012 show. 4-H needs help with some critical tasks -- everything from arena gatekeeping, to setting up jumps. Thanks to the efforts of many good people last summer, the 2011 4-H State show was accomplished smoothly and safely -- and we're looking forward to another great year!
Please consider supporting the show, July 9-13 at the Crawford Arena in Montgomery. The State 4-H Horse Show schedule can be found here. Why not check it out, and consider committing to a job?
Types of jobs we need filled:
- Announcers on the PA [Tues-Fri]
- Arena 'In' and 'Out' Gates [Tues-Fri]
- Set Up Jumps [Tues]
- Replace Jumps, Take Down Jumps, Setup Hunt Seat Trail [Tues]
- Grounds Assistance [Wed-Fri]
- Setup Saddle Seat Trail [Wed]
- Setup-Remove Timed Events, Setup-Remove Western Trail [Thurs]
- Awards [Tues-Fri]
- Hippology Contest, Judging Contest setup and monitoring [Mon]
- Judges/Facilitators for Horse Speeches, Illustrated Demos [Wed]
- Horse Quiz Bowl setup assistance, scoring, room/door monitors, [Thurs]
- Passive Education - judge horse photographs, horse crafts, horse poems-stories, horse artwork, Bryer model scenes
To sweeten the pot, we're providing a cool “2012 State 4-H Horse Show Volunteer” t-shirt, and refreshments for your shift!
If you can come, you'll be delighted at the variety of events -- and seeing these precious kids age 9-19 from all over Alabama compete in Equine Educational activities. Thanks for any consideration you can give to helping us make the 2012 State 4-H Horse show successful! Contact me at email@example.com or 334-270-4133 if you can help us!
Source: Alabama Cooperative Extension System
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