Date: Thursday April 4th, 2015
Subject: Zumbro Volunteer Communication 3 2015
You are receiving this email becuase you have signed up to volunteer at the Zumbro Endurance Run – Friday April 10th and Saturday April 11th, 2015. For those of you who signed up after “Volunteer Email 1” and “Volunteer Email 2” were sent out, copies of those emails can be found HERE http://www.aftontrailrun.com/
Thanks again to everyone that has signed on to volunteer at the 2015 Zumbro Endurance Run, we have a really impressive list of 120 of volunteers for this years event and are now just one week out! We could not put on such a great event without your help. We currently have the following numbers registered to run: 100MI=80, 50MI=163, 17MI=332, TOTAL=575
A list of volunteer assignments can be found HERE http://www.aftontrailrun.com/
Please be sure to review the website and specifically the volunteer section in its entirety so you are 100% up to speed on what is going on (printing out what anything you feel you need), where you are going, how to get there, what you are doing, what is provided and what you need to bring – again, all of this can be found on the website – if you still have questions, please be sure to let us know.
A few other quick things to note:
Even when we have warm days at Zumbro it usually gets pretty cold down there overnight, so please be sure to bring warm clothes, think down jacket and other winter stuff for those late night shifts especially.
There is always the potential for mud so bring appropriate footwear.
There are toilets at the Start / Finish area and very close to Aid Station 1/4 – however, there are no toilets at Aid Station 2/3 – you either have to use the woods or walk back to Aid Station 1/4 (about a 10 minute walk).
For those working really long shifts please work with your aid station captain and those in your group to rotate out and get some rest, feel free to bring a tent, sleeping bag etc so you can catch some Z’s.
You are welcome to all the aid station food you can eat but you may get tired of it… you may want to pack a lunch so you have something you like.
Feel free to put your own personal touches on the aid station and please work with your group to plan an extra more substantial food item (grilled cheese, burgers, pizza – whatever sounds good and you know you can pull off)!
Need to know what we are providing at the aid stations? A list can be found HERE http://www.aftontrailrun.com/
Never worked an aid station and want to learn more? You can do that HERE http://www.aftontrailrun.com/
Confused about the area or where to go? You can learn much HERE http://www.aftontrailrun.com/aid-
Below is a list of aid station captains and their email addresses should you want to coordinate anything with them prior to race day – they have been here and done it and know the ropes so feel free to contact them directly, you can report directly to them when you arrive as well. – Everyone else should report directly to me – John Storkamp or Cheri Storkamp at the start / finish area, medical folks can also look for Joy Parker and HAMS for Brendan Johnson. Your Rocksteady WRAPS (like a Buff – in lieu of shirts this year) will be at the aid-station or area you have been assigned to with the aid station captain.
Aid Station 1/4 (Fri-Sat) – Kurt Decker
Aid Station 2/3 (Friday Day and Saturday Day) – Julie Berg
Aid Station 2/3 (Friday Overnight) – Dan Harke
Aid Station 5 (Fri-Sat) – Edward Sandor
HAM Radio Coordinator – Brendan Johnson
Medical Coordinator – Joy Parker
* Email addresses omitted for web version of this email.
That is all for now, this will probably be the last group email before the race unless something of note comes up. I leave for the race site on the Tuesday prior to the race and from then on will only check email and voicemail once a day, so please, if you have questions or need to get in touch with me, please do so sooner than later and do not be afraid to pick up the phone!