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Date (mm/dd/yyyy) Location Time (EDT) Available Slot
11/02/2021 (Tue.) 480 North Indian River Drive Fort Pierce, FL 34950 9:00am - 1:30pm  

Tower (2)

This position requires two strong Volunteers on the top of the Tower to observe for rule compliance regarding the placement of the 45# Highrise Pack and 45# Donut Roll. After communicating with the Course Official, they will then belay and lower the pac

 

Keiser Force Machine (4)

A minimum of 4 (maximum 6) volunteers per side are needed to reset the beam after the competitors complete this station. Standing clear and communicating with their Official, if it has been left short or the hammer is not properly placed. The 160# beam

 
2 of 4 slots filled
Casabian Parham
Jakai Thornton

Hose Advance (6)

Three Volunteers are needed on each side of the Course to reset the attack line Hose after the competitors advance them to the Target (75 feet). Working as a team, each in a section marked with tape, the Hose is pulled back into the marked positions on

 
1 of 6 slots filled
Justin Hanson
Willing to help for Xperience

Rescue Randy (4)

Two strong Volunteers are needed on each side to lift 175# Randy onto a wheeled cart and return him back to the start line. Placing him properly onto the Course. These people should be prepared to assist the Competitor, at the request of the Official, t

 
1 of 4 slots filled
Joshua Negron

Finish Line (6)

During the Individual Races, two to three Volunteers are needed on each side to “catch” the Competitors after they AND Randy’s feet cross the Finish Line, ensuring they do not fall. Assisting Competitors with their Packs and SCBAs (if used) Packs should

 

Air Packs (2)

Two Volunteers are needed to mist every pack with Bioesque and shuttle them using the hanging carts back to the Ready Area. In the event that the Individual Races are under air…these Volunteers will also assist with cleaning Masks and shuttling them and

 

Rehab (2)

During Individual Races: While we strongly encourage teams to assist their member in recovery and rehab efforts, an EMS unit on standby is optimal. These Volunteers will assist Competitors with water, cool towels, and monitoring their recovery process.

 
1 of 2 slots filled
Jairus Hodge

Rotation and Reserves (15)

The length of each day’s competition will vary depending on the skill of the Competitors and the competency of the Course Volunteers. About 30 individuals will race in each hour. Based upon the workload and the weather, this can make for an arduous day.

 

Parking Attendant (4)

Assist and direct all participants and spectators to the best parking

 
3 of 4 slots filled
April Price
Joshua Poling (2)
Joshua and I can help park
480 North Indian River Drive Fort Pierce, FL 34950  1:00pm - 5:30pm  

Tower (2)

This position requires two strong Volunteers on the top of the Tower to observe for rule compliance regarding the placement of the 45# Highrise Pack and 45# Donut Roll. After communicating with the Course Official, they will then belay and lower the pac

 

Keiser Force Machine (4)

A minimum of 4 (maximum 6) volunteers per side are needed to reset the beam after the competitors complete this station. Standing clear and communicating with their Official, if it has been left short or the hammer is not properly placed. The 160# beam

 

Hose Advance (6)

Three Volunteers are needed on each side of the Course to reset the attack line Hose after the competitors advance them to the Target (75 feet). Working as a team, each in a section marked with tape, the Hose is pulled back into the marked positions on

 

Rescue Randy (4)

Two strong Volunteers are needed on each side to lift 175# Randy onto a wheeled cart and return him back to the start line. Placing him properly onto the Course. These people should be prepared to assist the Competitor, at the request of the Official, t

 

Finish Line (6)

During the Individual Races, two to three Volunteers are needed on each side to “catch” the Competitors after they AND Randy’s feet cross the Finish Line, ensuring they do not fall. Assisting Competitors with their Packs and SCBAs (if used) Packs should

 

Air Packs (2)

Two Volunteers are needed to mist every pack with Bioesque and shuttle them using the hanging carts back to the Ready Area. In the event that the Individual Races are under air…these Volunteers will also assist with cleaning Masks and shuttling them and

 

Rehab (2)

During Individual Races: While we strongly encourage teams to assist their member in recovery and rehab efforts, an EMS unit on standby is optimal. These Volunteers will assist Competitors with water, cool towels, and monitoring their recovery process.

 
1 of 2 slots filled
Lynn Coll

Rotation and Reserves (15)

The length of each day’s competition will vary depending on the skill of the Competitors and the competency of the Course Volunteers. About 30 individuals will race in each hour. Based upon the workload and the weather, this can make for an arduous day.

 

Parking Attendant (4)

Assist and direct all participants and spectators to the best parking

 
11/03/2021 (Wed.) 480 North Indian River Drive Fort Pierce, FL 34950  8:00am - 1:00pm  

Tower (2)

This position requires two strong Volunteers on the top of the Tower to observe for rule compliance regarding the placement of the 45# Highrise Pack and 45# Donut Roll. After communicating with the Course Official, they will then belay and lower the pac

 

Keiser Force Machine (4)

A minimum of 4 (maximum 6) volunteers per side are needed to reset the beam after the competitors complete this station. Standing clear and communicating with their Official, if it has been left short or the hammer is not properly placed. The 160# beam

 

Hose Advance (6)

Three Volunteers are needed on each side of the Course to reset the attack line Hose after the competitors advance them to the Target (75 feet). Working as a team, each in a section marked with tape, the Hose is pulled back into the marked positions on

 
1 of 6 slots filled
Kelly Baker

Rescue Randy (4)

Two strong Volunteers are needed on each side to lift 175# Randy onto a wheeled cart and return him back to the start line. Placing him properly onto the Course. These people should be prepared to assist the Competitor, at the request of the Official, t

 

Finish Line (6)

During the Individual Races, two to three Volunteers are needed on each side to “catch” the Competitors after they AND Randy’s feet cross the Finish Line, ensuring they do not fall. Assisting Competitors with their Packs and SCBAs (if used) Packs should

 

Air Packs (2)

Two Volunteers are needed to mist every pack with Bioesque and shuttle them using the hanging carts back to the Ready Area. In the event that the Individual Races are under air…these Volunteers will also assist with cleaning Masks and shuttling them and

 

Rehab (2)

During Individual Races: While we strongly encourage teams to assist their member in recovery and rehab efforts, an EMS unit on standby is optimal. These Volunteers will assist Competitors with water, cool towels, and monitoring their recovery process.

 

Rotation and Reserves (15)

The length of each day’s competition will vary depending on the skill of the Competitors and the competency of the Course Volunteers. About 30 individuals will race in each hour. Based upon the workload and the weather, this can make for an arduous day.

 

Parking Attendant (4)

Assist and direct all participants and spectators to the best parking

 
1 of 4 slots filled
April Price
12:30pm - 6:00pm  

Tower (2)

This position requires two strong Volunteers on the top of the Tower to observe for rule compliance regarding the placement of the 45# Highrise Pack and 45# Donut Roll. After communicating with the Course Official, they will then belay and lower the pac

 
All slots filled
Ryan Wilhelm
School ends at 1:40. Should be there by 2:15
Tyler Richards

Keiser Force Machine (4)

A minimum of 4 (maximum 6) volunteers per side are needed to reset the beam after the competitors complete this station. Standing clear and communicating with their Official, if it has been left short or the hammer is not properly placed. The 160# beam

 

Hose Advance (6)

Three Volunteers are needed on each side of the Course to reset the attack line Hose after the competitors advance them to the Target (75 feet). Working as a team, each in a section marked with tape, the Hose is pulled back into the marked positions on

 

Rescue Randy (4)

Two strong Volunteers are needed on each side to lift 175# Randy onto a wheeled cart and return him back to the start line. Placing him properly onto the Course. These people should be prepared to assist the Competitor, at the request of the Official, t

 

Finish Line (6)

During the Individual Races, two to three Volunteers are needed on each side to “catch” the Competitors after they AND Randy’s feet cross the Finish Line, ensuring they do not fall. Assisting Competitors with their Packs and SCBAs (if used) Packs should

 

Air Packs (2)

Two Volunteers are needed to mist every pack with Bioesque and shuttle them using the hanging carts back to the Ready Area. In the event that the Individual Races are under air…these Volunteers will also assist with cleaning Masks and shuttling them and

 

Rehab (2)

During Individual Races: While we strongly encourage teams to assist their member in recovery and rehab efforts, an EMS unit on standby is optimal. These Volunteers will assist Competitors with water, cool towels, and monitoring their recovery process.

 

Rotation and Reserves (15)

The length of each day’s competition will vary depending on the skill of the Competitors and the competency of the Course Volunteers. About 30 individuals will race in each hour. Based upon the workload and the weather, this can make for an arduous day.

 

Parking Attendant (4)

Assist and direct all participants and spectators to the best parking

 
11/04/2021 (Thu.) 480 North Indian River Drive Fort Pierce, FL 34950  8:00am - 1:00pm  

Tower (2)

This position requires two strong Volunteers on the top of the Tower to observe for rule compliance regarding the placement of the 45# Highrise Pack and 45# Donut Roll. After communicating with the Course Official, they will then belay and lower the pac

 

Keiser Force Machine (4)

A minimum of 4 (maximum 6) volunteers per side are needed to reset the beam after the competitors complete this station. Standing clear and communicating with their Official, if it has been left short or the hammer is not properly placed. The 160# beam

 

Hose Advance (6)

Three Volunteers are needed on each side of the Course to reset the attack line Hose after the competitors advance them to the Target (75 feet). Working as a team, each in a section marked with tape, the Hose is pulled back into the marked positions on

 

Rescue Randy (4)

Two strong Volunteers are needed on each side to lift 175# Randy onto a wheeled cart and return him back to the start line. Placing him properly onto the Course. These people should be prepared to assist the Competitor, at the request of the Official, t

 
1 of 4 slots filled
Tyler Richards

Finish Line (6)

During the Individual Races, two to three Volunteers are needed on each side to “catch” the Competitors after they AND Randy’s feet cross the Finish Line, ensuring they do not fall. Assisting Competitors with their Packs and SCBAs (if used) Packs should

 

Air Packs (2)

Two Volunteers are needed to mist every pack with Bioesque and shuttle them using the hanging carts back to the Ready Area. In the event that the Individual Races are under air…these Volunteers will also assist with cleaning Masks and shuttling them and

 

Rehab (2)

During Individual Races: While we strongly encourage teams to assist their member in recovery and rehab efforts, an EMS unit on standby is optimal. These Volunteers will assist Competitors with water, cool towels, and monitoring their recovery process.

 

Rotation and Reserves (15)

The length of each day’s competition will vary depending on the skill of the Competitors and the competency of the Course Volunteers. About 30 individuals will race in each hour. Based upon the workload and the weather, this can make for an arduous day.

 

Parking Attendant (4)

Assist and direct all participants and spectators to the best parking

 
12:30pm - 6:00pm  

Tower (2)

This position requires two strong Volunteers on the top of the Tower to observe for rule compliance regarding the placement of the 45# Highrise Pack and 45# Donut Roll. After communicating with the Course Official, they will then belay and lower the pac

 
All slots filled
Tristan Robinson
Adrian Zavala

Keiser Force Machine (4)

A minimum of 4 (maximum 6) volunteers per side are needed to reset the beam after the competitors complete this station. Standing clear and communicating with their Official, if it has been left short or the hammer is not properly placed. The 160# beam

 
1 of 4 slots filled
Ryan Wilhelm
School ends at 1:40. Should be able to be there by 2:15

Hose Advance (6)

Three Volunteers are needed on each side of the Course to reset the attack line Hose after the competitors advance them to the Target (75 feet). Working as a team, each in a section marked with tape, the Hose is pulled back into the marked positions on

 

Rescue Randy (4)

Two strong Volunteers are needed on each side to lift 175# Randy onto a wheeled cart and return him back to the start line. Placing him properly onto the Course. These people should be prepared to assist the Competitor, at the request of the Official, t

 
2 of 4 slots filled
Kevin Turner
Jyce Auzenne
2:30 pm will be there due to school

Finish Line (6)

During the Individual Races, two to three Volunteers are needed on each side to “catch” the Competitors after they AND Randy’s feet cross the Finish Line, ensuring they do not fall. Assisting Competitors with their Packs and SCBAs (if used) Packs should

 

Air Packs (2)

Two Volunteers are needed to mist every pack with Bioesque and shuttle them using the hanging carts back to the Ready Area. In the event that the Individual Races are under air…these Volunteers will also assist with cleaning Masks and shuttling them and

 
All slots filled
Matt Kiernan
Dylan Propis

Rehab (2)

During Individual Races: While we strongly encourage teams to assist their member in recovery and rehab efforts, an EMS unit on standby is optimal. These Volunteers will assist Competitors with water, cool towels, and monitoring their recovery process.

 
All slots filled
Dena Williams
Can you use anyone on this?
GERALD WILLIAMS

Rotation and Reserves (15)

The length of each day’s competition will vary depending on the skill of the Competitors and the competency of the Course Volunteers. About 30 individuals will race in each hour. Based upon the workload and the weather, this can make for an arduous day.

 

Parking Attendant (4)

Assist and direct all participants and spectators to the best parking

 
11/05/2021 (Fri.) 480 North Indian River Drive Fort Pierce, FL 34950  12:00pm - 4:30pm  

Tower (2)

This position requires two strong Volunteers on the top of the Tower to observe for rule compliance regarding the placement of the 45# Highrise Pack and 45# Donut Roll. After communicating with the Course Official, they will then belay and lower the pac

 
All slots filled
Justin Coney
Satchelle Peterkin

Keiser Force Machine (4)

A minimum of 4 (maximum 6) volunteers per side are needed to reset the beam after the competitors complete this station. Standing clear and communicating with their Official, if it has been left short or the hammer is not properly placed. The 160# beam

 
3 of 4 slots filled
Brett McConnell
Samantha Norene
Kyle Bergener

Hose Advance (6)

Three Volunteers are needed on each side of the Course to reset the attack line Hose after the competitors advance them to the Target (75 feet). Working as a team, each in a section marked with tape, the Hose is pulled back into the marked positions on

 

Rescue Randy (4)

Two strong Volunteers are needed on each side to lift 175# Randy onto a wheeled cart and return him back to the start line. Placing him properly onto the Course. These people should be prepared to assist the Competitor, at the request of the Official, t

 
3 of 4 slots filled
Mark Coney
Matt Kiernan
Dylan Propis

Finish Line (6)

During the Individual Races, two to three Volunteers are needed on each side to “catch” the Competitors after they AND Randy’s feet cross the Finish Line, ensuring they do not fall. Assisting Competitors with their Packs and SCBAs (if used) Packs should

 

Air Packs (2)

Two Volunteers are needed to mist every pack with Bioesque and shuttle them using the hanging carts back to the Ready Area. In the event that the Individual Races are under air…these Volunteers will also assist with cleaning Masks and shuttling them and

 

Rehab (2)

During Individual Races: While we strongly encourage teams to assist their member in recovery and rehab efforts, an EMS unit on standby is optimal. These Volunteers will assist Competitors with water, cool towels, and monitoring their recovery process.

 
All slots filled
Melissa Boeckel
Janey Vanderhorst

Rotation and Reserves (15)

The length of each day’s competition will vary depending on the skill of the Competitors and the competency of the Course Volunteers. About 30 individuals will race in each hour. Based upon the workload and the weather, this can make for an arduous day.

 

Parking Attendant (4)

Assist and direct all participants and spectators to the best parking

 
4:00pm - 8:30pm  

Tower (2)

This position requires two strong Volunteers on the top of the Tower to observe for rule compliance regarding the placement of the 45# Highrise Pack and 45# Donut Roll. After communicating with the Course Official, they will then belay and lower the pac

 
1 of 2 slots filled
Justin Coney

Keiser Force Machine (4)

A minimum of 4 (maximum 6) volunteers per side are needed to reset the beam after the competitors complete this station. Standing clear and communicating with their Official, if it has been left short or the hammer is not properly placed. The 160# beam

 

Hose Advance (6)

Three Volunteers are needed on each side of the Course to reset the attack line Hose after the competitors advance them to the Target (75 feet). Working as a team, each in a section marked with tape, the Hose is pulled back into the marked positions on

 
1 of 6 slots filled
Tristan Robinson

Rescue Randy (4)

Two strong Volunteers are needed on each side to lift 175# Randy onto a wheeled cart and return him back to the start line. Placing him properly onto the Course. These people should be prepared to assist the Competitor, at the request of the Official, t

 
1 of 4 slots filled
Mark Coney

Finish Line (6)

During the Individual Races, two to three Volunteers are needed on each side to “catch” the Competitors after they AND Randy’s feet cross the Finish Line, ensuring they do not fall. Assisting Competitors with their Packs and SCBAs (if used) Packs should

 
1 of 6 slots filled
Ramiro Gomez

Air Packs (2)

Two Volunteers are needed to mist every pack with Bioesque and shuttle them using the hanging carts back to the Ready Area. In the event that the Individual Races are under air…these Volunteers will also assist with cleaning Masks and shuttling them and

 
All slots filled
GERALD WILLIAMS
Dena T

Rehab (2)

During Individual Races: While we strongly encourage teams to assist their member in recovery and rehab efforts, an EMS unit on standby is optimal. These Volunteers will assist Competitors with water, cool towels, and monitoring their recovery process.

 

Rotation and Reserves (15)

The length of each day’s competition will vary depending on the skill of the Competitors and the competency of the Course Volunteers. About 30 individuals will race in each hour. Based upon the workload and the weather, this can make for an arduous day.

 

Parking Attendant (4)

Assist and direct all participants and spectators to the best parking

 
11/06/2021 (Sat.) 480 North Indian River Drive Fort Pierce, FL 34950  7:30am - 1:00pm  

Tower (2)

This position requires two strong Volunteers on the top of the Tower to observe for rule compliance regarding the placement of the 45# Highrise Pack and 45# Donut Roll. After communicating with the Course Official, they will then belay and lower the pac

 
All slots filled
Matt Kiernan
Dylan Propis

Keiser Force Machine (4)

A minimum of 4 (maximum 6) volunteers per side are needed to reset the beam after the competitors complete this station. Standing clear and communicating with their Official, if it has been left short or the hammer is not properly placed. The 160# beam

 

Hose Advance (6)

Three Volunteers are needed on each side of the Course to reset the attack line Hose after the competitors advance them to the Target (75 feet). Working as a team, each in a section marked with tape, the Hose is pulled back into the marked positions on

 
1 of 6 slots filled
David Hossler

Rescue Randy (4)

Two strong Volunteers are needed on each side to lift 175# Randy onto a wheeled cart and return him back to the start line. Placing him properly onto the Course. These people should be prepared to assist the Competitor, at the request of the Official, t

 
2 of 4 slots filled
Mark Coney
Justin Coney

Finish Line (6)

During the Individual Races, two to three Volunteers are needed on each side to “catch” the Competitors after they AND Randy’s feet cross the Finish Line, ensuring they do not fall. Assisting Competitors with their Packs and SCBAs (if used) Packs should

 

Air Packs (2)

Two Volunteers are needed to mist every pack with Bioesque and shuttle them using the hanging carts back to the Ready Area. In the event that the Individual Races are under air…these Volunteers will also assist with cleaning Masks and shuttling them and

 
All slots filled
Derek Beans
Will volunteer a minimum of 3-4 hours
Michelle Jackson

Rehab (2)

During Individual Races: While we strongly encourage teams to assist their member in recovery and rehab efforts, an EMS unit on standby is optimal. These Volunteers will assist Competitors with water, cool towels, and monitoring their recovery process.

 
All slots filled
Susan Bellamy
Chelsea Bellamy

Rotation and Reserves (15)

The length of each day’s competition will vary depending on the skill of the Competitors and the competency of the Course Volunteers. About 30 individuals will race in each hour. Based upon the workload and the weather, this can make for an arduous day.

 

Parking Attendant (4)

Assist and direct all participants and spectators to the best parking

 
1 of 4 slots filled
Anthony Williams
12:30pm - 6:00pm  

Tower (2)

This position requires two strong Volunteers on the top of the Tower to observe for rule compliance regarding the placement of the 45# Highrise Pack and 45# Donut Roll. After communicating with the Course Official, they will then belay and lower the pac

 
All slots filled
Tristan Robinson
Adrian Zavala

Keiser Force Machine (4)

A minimum of 4 (maximum 6) volunteers per side are needed to reset the beam after the competitors complete this station. Standing clear and communicating with their Official, if it has been left short or the hammer is not properly placed. The 160# beam

 

Hose Advance (6)

Three Volunteers are needed on each side of the Course to reset the attack line Hose after the competitors advance them to the Target (75 feet). Working as a team, each in a section marked with tape, the Hose is pulled back into the marked positions on

 
1 of 6 slots filled
Jairus Hodge

Rescue Randy (4)

Two strong Volunteers are needed on each side to lift 175# Randy onto a wheeled cart and return him back to the start line. Placing him properly onto the Course. These people should be prepared to assist the Competitor, at the request of the Official, t

 
2 of 4 slots filled
Mark Coney
Justin Coney

Finish Line (6)

During the Individual Races, two to three Volunteers are needed on each side to “catch” the Competitors after they AND Randy’s feet cross the Finish Line, ensuring they do not fall. Assisting Competitors with their Packs and SCBAs (if used) Packs should

 

Air Packs (2)

Two Volunteers are needed to mist every pack with Bioesque and shuttle them using the hanging carts back to the Ready Area. In the event that the Individual Races are under air…these Volunteers will also assist with cleaning Masks and shuttling them and

 
All slots filled
GERALD WILLIAMS
Dena Williams

Rehab (2)

During Individual Races: While we strongly encourage teams to assist their member in recovery and rehab efforts, an EMS unit on standby is optimal. These Volunteers will assist Competitors with water, cool towels, and monitoring their recovery process.

 

Rotation and Reserves (15)

The length of each day’s competition will vary depending on the skill of the Competitors and the competency of the Course Volunteers. About 30 individuals will race in each hour. Based upon the workload and the weather, this can make for an arduous day.

 

Parking Attendant (4)

Assist and direct all participants and spectators to the best parking

 
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