To volunteer: Use the positions and descriptions listed below to help you choose a position(s) you would like to volunteer for. (consider asking your friends, coworkers and/or family to join you.)
Complete the Volunteer information form. Submit it to our Volunteer Coordinator, Lisa Sexton, or email her to let her know how you would like to help. Thank You!
(Consider Volunteering Your Group's / Organization To Work An Aid Station.)
Description: There will be water, Sports Drink, GU GEL, Vaseline, band-aids, etc. available at set intervals along the
entire marathon route. Participants may pass some aid stations multiple times. The number of workers at each aid station will
range from six to fifteen. Each aid station will need one person designated as a "captain". The Captain will
be responsible for coordinating his/her people, setting up and organizing aid station. Tables and Water will be delivered
and picked up by marathon staff)
Aid station volunteers: will need to keep the tables full of cups of fluid, mix the Sports Drink, hand the cups to the runners
that take them, allow other runners to get their own cups from the tables, shout words of encouragement, and assist
participants, as requested. Personnel at each aid station will be responsible for picking up the trash around the general
area of the station during and after the race.
Description: Several functional positions will be required at the finish line. Following the completion of the event,
we will need volunteers to assist with clean up the finish area. This will entail taking down scaffolding, banners,
barricades, tables and a general clean up of the entire area.
Time: 6:00 a.m. to 3 p.m.
(Please specify your availability so we can schedule you accordingly)
Description: Course Marshals will be stationed at various intersections and key points throughout the 26.2 mile course.
Primary function will be to make sure all runners make the correct turns. People will be needed at the turnaround point
of the half marathon to direct people with half-marathon numbers to make the correct turns.
We will also have one person stationed at the turnaround point for the marathon.
Description: Post-race water, beverages and food will be available in the finish area. This will primarily be a
self-service type set up but we will need people to keep the tables full of refreshments for the finishers.
We anticipate having two-hour shifts for this area with five people per shift.