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Outdoor Adventure Days event

From June 12, 2015 until June 13, 2015

At Lee Kay Public Shooting Range 6000 West 2100 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84128, USA

bryanchristensen@utah.gov

Utah Division of Wildlife, the Mule Deer Foundation, and Cabela's are hosting the 2nd Annual OUTDOOR ADVENTURE DAYS. This event will have shooting sports, atv's, birding, fishing, training seminars, and all kinds of different wildlife recreation activities... all FREE to the public! More information about the event activities can be found at outdooradventuredays.com

There are many opportunities for you to volunteer. We need your skills and service to assist with:
Fishing pond: Volunteers will assist at the youth fishing pond by tying hooks, baiting hooks, teaching casting and reeling, and talking to participants about how to get started in fishing and where they can fish nearby. Fishing pond volunteers will need to be comfortable talking to youth and parents about fishing and should be generally familiar with basic fishing, knots, and techniques.
Horses and Wagons: Wagon rides will be given to help transport event participants to certain locations. Volunteers working with the wagons will assist the safe loading and unloading of passengers, and may also be asked to hold horses at a hitching post and/or ride with the driver. Volunteers helping with wagons must be familiar and comfortable around horses.
Parking and traffic control: Parking is limited at the range and volunteers will assist DWR staff with guiding and directing vehicles to available parking places and guiding traffic flow safely and in the right directions.
Groundkeeping and facilities maintenance: Facilities volunteers will primarily roam around and make sure the Lee Kay center is clean throughout the event. This will include litter pickup, trash removal, restocking water stations with water and drinking cups, and restocking restrooms with towels and TP.
Information booths: Information volunteers will be assigned to a booth location and will give information to event attendees (like where activities, restrooms, food, etc. are located). Information volunteers must be comfortable speaking with and greeting people and have friendly, personable, positive attitudes.
Set Up and Take Down: Set Up volunteers will assist with mapping and marking booth sites, setting up tents/canopies, hanging signs, and various other tasks before the event (June 11). Take down volunteers will help remove banners/signs, tents/canopies, etc. and help clean up the grounds after the event (June 13).

Friday volunteer shifts are available from 10:30am - 7:00 pm

Saturday volunteer shifts are available from 8:30am - 7:00 pm

Partial day shifts are an option.
Volunteers will be provided with a volunteer uniform for use during the event service, but will need to bring their own water, sunscreen, and should dress appropriately for being outside for long periods of time. Depending on which event you choose to help with, a DWR run background check may be required.
This event is eligible for Dedicated Hunter service hour credit.

2015-06-12 00:00:00
2015-06-13 16:13:00

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