You must be signed up for the event before you can be a volunteer.
As with any event, the need for volunteers is critical to the success of the event. We have pages set up on the JCCA site and our 50th forum site, reply to those posts or email Don. I already have a good list of people wanting to help out, those names will be added to the forum pages.
Diane Fletcher coordinator
Sunday April 16th (6 needed), we will have 3 shifts (4 hours) of two people to cover the day.
Monday April 17 (6 needed), we will have 3 shifts (4 hours) of two people to cover the day. Tuesday April 18 (2 needed) 4 hours 8:00 am to noon
Tuesday group photoshoot
Russell Witkop coordinator
Need 2 from 7:00-8:30 am.
Wednesday Pancake breakfast
Rocky Mease coordinator
(6 needed in 6:00 AM to 8:00 AM Wednesday)
Wednesday vendor show
Don Fletcher coordinator
(3 needed all day)
Wednesday Jeep show
Russell Wiltop coordinator
Thursday event day
Don Fletcher coordinator
Arena set up (4 needed )
Kids event 1 needed
Raffle (3 needed 5-9 pm).
Food set up 2 needed 4-6 pm
Arena clean up (everyone at the event)
Friday night pot luck coordinator:
2 needed to coordinate
Equipment needed for the event
Audio video equipment (projector, big screen, PA system)
Drone with camera for aerial photo
Trail run help
Rocky Mease is our trail coordinator for the week
Each day we will have trail runs scheduled for all three classes of Jeeps. Stock run, modified run
& hard run. We need 3 people each day for each run. Each run will have a leader, a tail gunner and a utility vehicle assigned to that run. Both Modified and Hard ride runs will be limited to 25 Jeeps, if we have more than 25 we will spilt the group into two and have staged starting times for the same trail. All three classes need working CB in their Jeeps. April 2016 we will have all runs identified for the week and posted in the event section.
Stock 1-3 rating
Pavement, county dirt road with infrequent or light maintenance after rain or snow, 2WD high clearance with low gears, otherwise light duty 4WD.
Modified 4-6 rating
Roads are difficult with considerable erosion damage repaired just enough to be passable. Water in excess of 12" is possible with mud conditions. Steps not exceeding 24". Tall tires (33" plus) and traction aid devices (lockers, limited slips, A-TRAC) are recommended. A winch would be a plus. Enhanced suspension travel and ground clearance are helpful
Hard run 7-10 rating
Trail consists of rock; sand and considerable slick rock with many steps exceeding 30". Steep inclines and declines are prevalent. Enhanced off road equipment is required including differential lockers (front & rear), tall tires (35"+ recommended), maximized vehicle ground clearance and suspension travel.