July 18, 2014

Volunteer

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We are so excited that this year’s Garmin Olathe Marathon is returning on Saturday, April 23. For a successful race, we need a large number of volunteers and would love for you to join us.

You and/or your group will receive free T-shirts for the five-plus hour shift as well a bunch of service hours for school, work or church. In addition, a portion of race proceeds will be donated to local charities. This is a great opportunity to volunteer and support the Olathe community all in the
same morning, and we’d love your help.

Register for your shift here and if you have any questions, just let us know. Thank you for your support of the Garmin Olathe Marathon.

Julie Jameson, julie@uncoverkc.org, 913-638-0151
Brent Lager, brent@uncoverkc.org, 816-721-5529

Register as a Volunteer here

Below are descriptions of some of the many opportunities to volunteer for the Garmin Olathe Marathon.


Course Monitors Volunteers

Course monitors are stationed at various intersections along the course to cheer on participants and assist with vehicle control.


Gear Check

Gear Check is located in the start/finish line area. Help greet and inform runners as they arrive while also assisting with gear check.


Volunteer Check-In

Assist welcoming and checking in fellow volunteers race morning and directing them to their specified volunteer location along with giving them their volunteer T-shirt!


Packet Pickup / Bibs / Shirts and Registration

Packet pick-up and late registration will take place at the Expo & Packet Pick-up.

Volunteers are needed to assist with packet and T-shirt distribution for all participants. Assistance is also needed with late registration.


Finish Line/Festival Volunteer

Jobs include handing out medals, food, water, beer (must be 21), checking IDs, sorting snacks, moving supplies and assisting with the kids zone, race results table and experience activities.


Setup & Tear Down Crew

Volunteers help by setting up the start/finish line area and festival, and also cleaning up the finish-line area, both chute and festival.


Thanks to ARRL for volunteering to operate Ham Radios along the whole course.

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A huge thank you to Uncover KC for their help with volunteers this year.