As we get closer to the rally, there are many empty volunteer slots that we need to fill, especially for Thursday's opening. Please check and see if you might be able to help out for even one shift.

Volunteer Positions and Volunteer Duties

Besides being the backbone of making the 2019 Lebanon Rally a success,
Volunteers have a lot of fun and satisfaction helping other rally goers!
Volunteer Committee Chairs may be contacted directly or simply contact me,
Paul F. Ruffell -

5K Foot Race - Andrea Borella
∙ 6 volunteers, early Saturday a.m., 4 hr shift
∙ Help setup runners and assist recording results.

50/50 Tickets - Bruce & Miranda Sanders
∙ 10 volunteers per 2 hr shifts, selling 50/50 tickets to rally attendees.

Awards - Don Hamblin -
∙ Recording the attendees' mileage, age etc. who enter various riding contests. 2 volunteers per 2 hr shifts

Beer Garden - Jim “Mad Dog” Faucher contact
collect money or are serving beer to rally goers.

Bike Wash - Milo Bunda -
∙ 2 per 3 hr shifts supervising attendees bike washing and showing them the bike washing supplies

Charging Station - Ross/Jean Copas -
∙ Charging attendees phones, laptops etc. and handing them back.
∙ 3 volunteers, 3 hr shifts

Charity - Marc Soulière - & Susanna Parkhouse
∙ 2 people on Thursday from 12:30 to 3:15 to help with offsite Charity venue where an
Ice Cream Social is being held.
∙ Thursday and Friday, 2 volunteers from 4-7:00 pm. to sell tickets for the midway games.
∙ Saturday - 2 people from 1-4:00 pm. to sell tickets for the midway games

Coffee - Charlie Parsons
∙ 2 people serving morning coffee - 4 hr shift

Door Prizes - Perry and Annette Linn
∙ Volunteers make sure tickets go in the right bins, they help while people write thank you notes to those contributing Door Prizes, they welcome folks and other duties as assigned (sometimes individuals work on the computer).

∙ Three hour shifts, 5 people per shift. Door prizes closes at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. Thursday and Friday, until 6:00 p.m.

Entertainment- Stage Manager Chair Phil Keppelman
∙ 5 people per shift, assisting bands moving equipment

First Aid - Kelly Hochderffer
∙ 4 people per 4 hr shift with First Aid background, assisting folks with health issues.

Ice Sales - Kent Ringstmeier
∙ 2 people per 4 hr shift,
∙ The Ice committee volunteers duties at the rally involve selling ice and supplying ice to the Go-fors Committee. You will be lifting bags of ice in 7 & 22 lb sizes. They will be handling money and making change. This is always done in a shaded or inside location.

MOA Gear Store - Jackie Hughes -
∙ 8 people per 3 hour shift.- sales and assisting folks finding articles, operating cash, etc.
∙ Volunteers are needed on the Tuesday and Wednesday unpacking and setting up the store items.

Oil Change / Tire Pressure - Milo Bunda -
∙ Showing folks where the tools and rags are located.
∙ 2 people per 4 hour shift.

Pin and Patch - Gary and Karen Pothoff
∙ 4 people, 3 hour shifts, especially on Wednesday and Thursday to stuff mugs.
∙ Throughout the rally, handing out stuffed mugs.

Registration - 4 hour shifts - Karolina Francis
∙ Register rally goers and give them information about the rally.
∙ To sign up to register, go to the link below and register for a Registration shift

RV Camping 4 hour shifts - Tom Gary -
∙ Duties would be to operate, (2 volunteers) a separate gate for our RV campers.
∙ Duties will include checking a RV camper arriving against a registration/reservation list that will be provided. Then directing them to locations allocated for RV camping.
∙ Volunteers will have a pop up, chairs and water.

Security - All Positions Filled
∙ 17 people per 3.5 hr shifts - Reece Mullins
∙ Checking passes at the gates. One half the shift is on foot, one half in a golf cart.
∙ Contact Reece:

Sewing Booth - Linda Low
∙ Sewing patches on jackets.
∙ 5 volunteers, 3 hr shifts

Shuttle Bus - Roc Shannon
∙ 2 drivers & 2 conductors per 3 hr. shift,
∙ 2 air conditioned trucks pulling wagons will be used in Lebanon .

Sign Production & Placement - Dan Steele
∙ 4 computer knowledgeable people per shift but mainly manual labour placing the new signs on boards.
∙ Might require the placement of rally signs around the fairgrounds.

Volunteers - Paul Ruffell or
∙ 5 volunteers per shift, 3 hour shifts, assisting rally attendees with signing volunteer for shifts to be filled for all committees still in need on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday.