Volunteer Communication 1 – French 2014

Date: Wednesday May 21st, 2014
Subject: 2014 Endless Summer Trail Run Series Volunteer Email – French 5K

Hi Everybody!

First off, we would thank you all for volunteering for the Endless Summer Trail Run Series French 5KM on Tuesday May 27th, 2014!  Without people like you taking time out of their busy schedules to help, we could never put on awesome events like this!
Below you will find a list of who is volunteering and what everyone is doing (noting that most everyone has more than one task).  Race day registration and race number pickup starts at 5:00PM (the race starts at 6:30PM) at the Moraine Shelter at French Regional Park in Plymouth. Once you arrive at French Park, follow the signs to the Moraine and Skyline Shelters this is the start / finish area for the race. Those that can make it before 5:00 PM, say anytime between 4:00 PM and 5:00 PM, please feel free to do so as we can have you help with setup and then can have a quick briefing at 4:45 PM just before runners start to arrive.  We are usually packed up and out by 9:00PM. Be sure to pick up a pint glass for yourself when you arrive and also stay for Pizza and beverages after!Let me know if you have any questions – otherwise we will see you next Tuesday and will get you pointed in the right direction when you arrive! More general info about the French 5KM can be found HERE.
*Volunteers listed alphabetical by first name – most volunteers have more than one job.

Marking (2), Sweeping (2), Setup, Registraiton, Aid Station (7), Finish Line / Area (7), Timing (3), Cleanup (10)

Ali Jones – Social Media
Amy Clark – Registraiton (leaving at 6:15)
Amy Spieth – Registration, Floater, Cleanup
Cindy Dischinger – Aid Station
Bill Pomerenke – Aid Station Setup, Aid Station, Aid Station Takedown, Cleanup
Cheri Storkamp – All, Setup, Registration, Food, Cleanup
Bernie Dischinger – Aid Station
Carl Siegler – Photography
Colleen Supple – Aid Station
Cory Spears – CT
Craig Yotter – Registration, Timing, Cleanup
Dan LaPlante – Sweep, Cleanup
Ed Whetham – Course Marking, Setup, Floater
Joe Boler – Course Marking
John Horns – Sweep, Cleanup
John Storkamp – All
Kayla Welzant – Setup, Registration, Food / Floater, Clean-Up
Kurt Decker – All, Setup, DJ, MC, Cleanup
Lynnea Fredrickson – Setup, Registration, Food / Floater, Clean-Up
Marie – Registration, Timing
Mark Machacek – Aid Station
Matt Downin – CT
Nordica Stocker – Registration, Aid Station
Troy Feustel – Aid Station Setup, Aid Station, Aid Station Takedown, Cleanup

Thank You,
John Storkamp
Race Director
Endless Summer Trail Run Series
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2018 Endless Summer Trail Run Series (ESTRS)

Weeknight trail races for everyone!
Twin Cities area, Minnesota
4 X Wednesday Nights
Races start at 6:30PM
$25.00

* Click links below for info specific to each race.

Lebanon 10KM – Wed May 23
French 5K – Wed June 13
Lebanon 7MI – Wed July 11
Hyland TBD – Wed Aug 1

Registration:
Opens Monday January 1st, 2018 – 12:01AM CST
Closes the Tuesday before each event  at 11:59PM – OR once the field limit has been met.
Complete Registration Details HERE

*** ALL ESTRS RACES SOLD OUT IN ADVANCE LAST THREE YEARS – WE DO NOT OFFER RACE DAY REGISTRATION.

About ESTRS:
Remember when you were young and the summer days were hot, relaxing and seemingly endless?  Well, as adults we still get that but usually only on weekends and holidays… until now.  The Endless Summer Trail Run Series is the brain-child of two passionate Minnesota trail-running main-stays – Rocksteady Running and Twin Cities Running Company.  The series was created to provide low-key, low-pressure trail running / racing opportunities for people of all ages, abilities and levels of experience. Whether you are a seasoned trail or road racer, first time trail-racer, need a tune-up for your next race, need to get in some speed-work or just want to have some pizza, pop and beer with us at the finish – running one or all of the races in the series is for you.  The Endless Summer Trail Run Series has garnered a strong local following and has gotten significant national media coverage as one of the best organized and most well attended trail running series in the country!