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24-Hour Eagle Up Ultra

St. Helena Heritage Park
123 Tuscarawas St NW, Canal Fulton, OH 44614

Starts: Saturday 5th of June 2021 at 6:00 am
Ends: Sunday 6th of June 2021 at 6:00 am (EST)

24-Hour Eagle Up Ultra

Eagle Up Volunteer - Registration Form

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I the undersigned realize that running or walking a road race is a potentially hazardous activity. I should not enter and run or walk unless I am medically able and properly trained. I agree to abide by any decisions of a race official relative to safely completing the race. I assume all risks associated in participating in this event including but not limited to falls contact with other participants the effects of weather traffic and the conditions of the road all risks being known and approved by me. Having read this waiver and knowing these facts and in consideration of you accepting my entry I for myself and anyone entitled to act in my behalf hold harmless runCanton municipalities parks systems private property owners sponsors vendors volunteers their representatives and their successors from all claims of liability of any kind arising out of my participation in this event. I hereby grant full permission to any and all of the foregoing to us any photographs video recordings or any other record of this event for any legitimate purpose. All race entries are non-refundable and non-transferable. The organizers reserve the right to reject entries or to make modifications or changes to the race without notice.

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Transport people between St. Helena Park and Northwest High School (1-mile away) in a Sprinter Van. Clean driving record and comfortable operating a large vehicle is a must.

Aid stations restock team: water, Gatorade, ice pit stop. Restock team acts like a pit stop crew, replenishing supplies of water, Gatorade and ice for the teams maintaining the remote aid stations. Requires lifting 5 gallons of water and 20# bags of ice. Bring a chair so you can have a seat between teams. Earliest team helps prep each aid station team.

Maintain drink cooler area near the main pavilion in the park, restock cups, water and sports drinks, ice cooler and frequently sanitize common touch points. Remove trash. Requires lifting 5 gallons of water and 20# bags of ice.

Responsible for hydration-only aid station at Lock 3. Maintain water coolers and ice supply. Requires reliable transportation to and from main restock point ~1-mile away and frequent trips, lifting 5 gallons of water and 20# bags of ice. Earliest team sets up tents and tables. Last team transports tent and tables back to pavilion when race ends.

Responsible for hydration and limited nutrition aid station at the staffed Butterbridge aid station. Maintain water coolers and ice supply. Requires reliable transportation to and from main restock point ~3-miles away and frequent trips, lifting 5 gallons of water and 20# bags of ice. Earliest team sets up tent and tables. Last team transports tents and tables back to pavilion when race ends.

Responsible for hydration-only aid station at Riverside Rd aid station. Maintain water coolers and ice supply. Requires reliable transportation to and from main restock point ~1-mile away and frequent trips, lifting 5 gallons of water and 20# bags of ice. Earliest team sets up tent and tables. Last team transports tents and tables back to pavilion when race ends.

Main aid station team that serves food for the entire 24 hours. May require slicing of watermelons and various other fruits, etc. Some light cooking on griddle and butane burners. Preparing single serve portions for grab-and-go foods. Requires standing on concrete surface for extended periods.

Tend to aid station (crews of 2) at halfway point of 5-mile loop. Frequently sanitize common touch points. Communicate with re-stocking team to ensure supplies do not run out. Call for runners aid if necessary.

Friday during the day; Saturday early morning; Sunday tear down. Help unload supplies and set up remote aid stations, move picnic tables, run extension cords, stage area for race day, tear down when race ends. Ability to carry up to 50 pounds. Reliable transportation (pickup truck) for setting up remote aid stations.

Maintain orderly camping area arrivals within defined campsites, direct drivers dropping off camping supplies, maintaining fire lanes and designated parking areas. Requires friendly but direct communication with arriving parties, helping participants understand distancing requirements. Should wear safety vests. Campers will arrive beginning Friday and throughout the early morning hours prior to race start.

Inspect entire 5-mile race loop prior to race at 4:00am on Saturday morning, remove branches from trail, downed limbs, tripping hazards, etc. 2-person team can cover course loop on foot or bike. Need headlamp and/or flashlight.

Sunday clean up course of trash and discarded items after race. Walk or bike the 5-mile course and leave it the way we found it.

Check and stock restroom and hand wash station supplies, remove trash, frequently spray sanitizer in portables and on common surfaces. Take trash to dumpster, maintain general cleanliness of park area.

Assist participants with minor first aid needs, call for medic assistance when necessary. Requires some practical first aid knowledge, medical professionals strongly encouraged to help out.

Ticket Type: Eagle Up Volunteer
Ticket Information: Please select the volunteer position and time you prefer and thank you for offering to help!

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