The Utah Division of Wildlife is hosting the 3rd Annual OUTDOOR ADVENTURE DAYS. This event will have shooting sports, atv's, kayaking, birding, fishing, demonstrations, 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 several volunteer opportunities available. If you would like to sign up to help, please email Bryan with your preferred activity and the day(s) you are available to help:
June 9th (thursday) is specifically for setting up the event, signs, banners, etc. and activity station tents.
June 10th (friday) is the event. Friday volunteer shifts are available from 10:30am - 7:00 pm. Event begins at 12:00
June 10th (saturday) is the event. Saturday volunteer shifts are available from 8:30am - 7:00 pm. Event begins at 10:00. Saturday shifts also include assisting with the take-down of the event, tents, signs, etc. Generally, we are done by 9:00pm
Parking and traffic control: Friday and Saturday: Parking volunteers will guide and direct vehicles to available parking places. Volunteers in this category, will need to be comfortable working in the sun and must be able to greet people with friendly, welcoming attitudes.
Facilities maintenance: Friday: 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. These volunteers will need to make sure restrooms are clean throughout the event. This job isn't glamorous, but it is very important and relatively easy.
Archery: Friday: Archery volunteers will assist on an archery range and will ensure participants follow range instructions and shoot safely.
Fishing: Friday: Fishing volunteers will help partipants bait hooks, cast, and catch fish. Volunteers must need to know how to tie a hook on to fishing line and be able to be in the weather (sun, wind, etc.) for long periods of time.
Kayaking: Friday.: kayaking volunteers will help participants get into kayaks and learn basics of water safety. Volunteers in this category, will need to be comfortable working in the sun and water.
Volunteers will be provided with a volunteer uniform for use during the event, which is to be returned to the DWR after the service. Important: Volunteers will need to bring their own water, sunscreen, food, and should dress appropriately for being outside for long periods of time in the weather. Food vendors will be at the event if you would like to purchase lunch/dinner. 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. To sign up for this event, please contact Bryan.
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