Volunteers are needed for Granite Quarry Events! If you have been thinking about getting involved but don’t have the availability to consistently attend monthly meetings, this is the perfect opportunity to join a team of awesome volunteers! This is a great opportunity for individuals, families, school groups, students needing service hours, churches, community groups and businesses to volunteer their time assisting with these excellent community events.
- Arts in the Park - Saturday May 6th, 1-6pm: Volunteers are needed to assist with vendor setup and tear down, parking, children’s games/crafts, clean up.
- Fish for Fun - 2 Events! Saturday June 3rd, 9-12pm & Saturday September 9, 4-7pm: Volunteers are needed to assist with guest check-in, setup and tear down, rod-n-reels check out/in, bait, clean up.
- Granite Fest - Saturday October 21st, 1-9pm: Volunteers are needed to assist with merchandise sales, hospitality booth, children’s games and crafts supervision, setup/clean-up/parking. Volunteers are needed for a minimum of 3 hours in the area they are assigned and should wear comfortable clothing/shoes. Each volunteer will be given an official Granite Fest T-shirt that they must wear while volunteering as well as a volunteer badge. Volunteers may choose the time of day and area they wish to work based on available time slots. See separate form for Granite Fest volunteers.
- Christmas at the Lake - Saturday December 2nd, 2-7pm: Volunteers are needed to assist with vendor setup and tear down, parking, children’s games/crafts, wear costume as various Christmas characters (Grinch, Santa’s Elves), clean up.
For more information on how you can become a volunteer at a Granite Quarry event, please contact Debbie Loflin-Benge, Event Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unable to volunteer the day of the events? Contact us about volunteer opportunities leading up to the big day.
Click here to view the paper application and full volunteer packet with Volunteer Job Description
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