April 24, 2018 | Updated: January 29, 2019

Heyyyyy, we need volunteers for the state Equestrian Competition in Bryan. Can you help? Can you share this info with friends and family in the Bryan/College Station area? We’re about 100 volunteers short. Potential tasks for volunteers include:

  • Runner: asking judges for their scores, getting more chairs, etc. Be able to ask folks politely to move out of a walkway.
  • Work Crew Member: moves equipment as needed throughout the event.
  • Escort: guides team through registration, to and from competition areas, and to and from awards. Ensures team gets to the correct event, assists with water, etc. Sees that the team is returned to coach after the awards presentation.
  • Awards Volunteer: responsible for lining up athletes in correct awards order and prepares awards for distribution. 

Find out which shifts might work for you.

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