Volunteer today and help make our Lander Strikers Wind River Cup a success

Hello Strikers!

We’re just a few days away from our Wind River Cup!!  We still have lots to do in preparation for such a large event.  Many of you have asked how you can help and we appreciate your willingness to do so.  Please click on the following link to sign up as a tournament volunteer:
 
 
If you have any questions, please contact our tournament director or volunteer committee director:
Laura Lozier
llozier86@gmail.com
Or 
Candi Dickinson
cdickinson82520@gmail.com
 
 
General information regarding games/locations and roles are listed below:
 
Games and location

8U division = 2 fields all games will be played at Starrett-Popo Agie Park fields

10U division = 4 fields (three at Starrett and one at North Park)

12U division = 3 fields, all games will be played at the High school

14U/15U and High School = 3 fields all games will be played at the High school

Tent Supervisor Roles:

  1. Arrive about 10 min prior to your shift.  Pick up your vest.  Please wear the vest for your entire shift.  Thank you to Fremont Therapy group for supporting our local tent supervisors!! 
  2. Welcome referees, parents and players and answer any questions they might have about the schedules, fields, parking or facilities. Map of fields, game schedules, and event info are included in the binder.
    • Please let parents/staff know that google maps does not recognize Starrett appropriately and will misdirect them. Please refer to the fields at Starrett as Popo Agie Park or Lander Swimming pool. 
  3. Check referees in before the game:
    • Hand out scorecard
    • Offer bottle water, Gatorade and sunscreen
    • If referee doesn’t arrive call referee assignor 
  4. Make sure to get the scorecard from the referee after the game:
    • Take a photo with you cell phone and text it to referee tent
    • After sending a photo, please place the scorecard in the manila envelope located in the field binder.
  5. Keep an eye out for people needing help finding fields, water or looking confused. Refer to maps and contact information the field binder if needed.
  6. Remain in or near the tent your entire shirt in case there are questions.
  7. Keep an eye out for inclement weather and clear the fields if there is lightning nearby.
  8. Make sure water jugs are full. Each field will have cooler with ice and a water source available.  Call Joe the Water Boy if coolers need filled.  Thank you to Gambels for sponsoring our Water Boy
  9. Please do not leave your shift without making sure the next volunteer has arrived.

Field Marshal roles:

*YOUR BASIC JOB AS FIELD MARSHAL IS TO MONITOR AND NOTIFY

  1. Arrive about 10 min prior to your shift. Review job duties and get vest and lanyard with duties and emergency contact information.  Please wear the vest for your entire shift.   Thank you to Fremont Therapy group for supporting our local field marshals!! 
  2. Check in with the referee and let them know where you will be located on the field so that if they need you they can find you.
  3. Be prepared to call for assistance if and when needed:
    • Missing referee: Notify Tent supervisor
    • Medical Assistance: Medical tent located a the High School Field or call 911
      1. There are First-Aid Kits, Ziploc bags and ice at each field tent if needed for minor injuries.
    • Behavior Issues: Terril Weston or Brendon Weaver
    • For any other issues please notify the tent Supervisor or Tournament Director Laura Lozier 
  4. If pets become a distraction to the game, please ask owners to return them to their vehicle.
  5. Monitor the behavior of coaches, players, and spectators before, during, and after the games. We DO NOT expect you to confront coaches, parents or players. Please notify headquarters of any potential problems. If a situation arises that needs additional staff or personnel to a field due to behavior please call and request assistance at the field. 
  6. Please do not leave your shift without making sure the next volunteer has arrived. 

Bounce House Bouncer: 

Located at Popo Agaie Park Fields (Starrett-Saturday Only)

*YOUR BASIC JOB AS BOUNCER IS TO MONITOR

  1. Arrive about 10 min prior to your shift. Review job duties and get vest and lanyard with duties and emergency contact information.  Please wear the vest for your entire shift.   Thank you to Maverick for supporting our local Bouncer and Bounce House!! 
  2. Do not overload the bounce house. No more than 6 bouncers at one time in the bounce house. 
  3. Before allowing children to enter, have children take off their shoes, glasses, and jewelry. Make sure they empty their pockets of any sharp objects, as well
  4. No hot objects are allowed in or near any inflatable.
  5. No Gum, No Face Paint, No Candy, Food or Drinks are allowed inside any inflatable
  6. Absolutely NO flips, wrestling, or other forms of rough housing are allowed in the bounce house.
  7. Try and group bouncers by size-no infants or toddlers are allowed in the bounce house.
  8. Adults are not allowed in the bounce house unless it is for safety reasons.
  1. If the Bounce House begins to lose air, or if it’s too windy, have all children carefully exit the bouncer. A good indication of when it is too windy.
  1. Be prepared to call for assistance if and when needed. 
    • Medical Assistance: Medical tent located at the High School Field or call 911
      1. There are First-Aid Kits, Ziploc bags and ice at each field tent if needed for minor injuries.
  1. Please do not leave your shift without making sure the next volunteer has arrived. 

 

 
 

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