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Russell

Thanks for offering..might have you go out and paint/mark the route.. I'll get back to you

Paul

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On Aug 27, 2012, at 10:33 AM, "Club Events" <events_forum@ecvelo.org> wrote:

> Posted by: Russell A Boyce on 8/27/2012 at 9:26 AM
>
>
> Paul,
> I will be out of town for the CCC and the week leading up to it. Let me know if there is a way I can help in the next few weeks.
>
> Thanks,
> Russell Boyce
> Priorities ABA, PLLC
> (252)341-4192
>
> Sent from my iPad
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> On Aug 26, 2012, at 10:53 PM, "Club Events" <events_forum@ecvelo.org> wrote:
>
>> Posted by: Paul A Gares on 8/26/2012 at 10:44 PM
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>>
>> To all ecvelo members...the cotton country century is coming up on September 23. We are planning tentatively on using the same routes as the last couple of years... 30, 60 and 100 mile routes. So, we'd like to ask members to start thinking about volunteering to work the event. We are going to need people to work the registration desk at the start of the ride. The folks can probably plan to go out and ride. We also need folks to work at test stops. As a reminder , there are three stops.... The 30 miler has a stop at about 15 miles. These folks need to be available between 9 and 11 am. There is a stop at 40 miles, which is also the 80 mile stop for people doing the century. So, these folks will need to be on site from about 10:30 to about 3:30. There is a 60 mile stop and these folks have to be there from around 11:30 to about 2:30.
>> If are are able to do any of these activities please contact me ASAP (pgares@aol.com)... Or maybe you can persuade friends of family to help out.
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Paul Gares
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Paul,
I will be out of town for the CCC and the week leading up to it. Let me know if there is a way I can help in the next few weeks.

Thanks,
Russell Boyce
Priorities ABA, PLLC
(252)341-4192

Sent from my iPad

On Aug 26, 2012, at 10:53 PM, "Club Events" <events_forum@ecvelo.org> wrote:

> Posted by: Paul A Gares on 8/26/2012 at 10:44 PM
>
>
> To all ecvelo members...the cotton country century is coming up on September 23. We are planning tentatively on using the same routes as the last couple of years... 30, 60 and 100 mile routes. So, we'd like to ask members to start thinking about volunteering to work the event. We are going to need people to work the registration desk at the start of the ride. The folks can probably plan to go out and ride. We also need folks to work at test stops. As a reminder , there are three stops.... The 30 miler has a stop at about 15 miles. These folks need to be available between 9 and 11 am. There is a stop at 40 miles, which is also the 80 mile stop for people doing the century. So, these folks will need to be on site from about 10:30 to about 3:30. There is a 60 mile stop and these folks have to be there from around 11:30 to about 2:30.
> If are are able to do any of these activities please contact me ASAP (pgares@aol.com)... Or maybe you can persuade friends of family to help out.
>
> Thanks
>
> Paul Gares
>
>
>
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Paul---

My wife has agreed to work registration, but only if she is needed. She's not done this before. Please advise if you NEED her.

Also, I will make up some cookies and brownies to bring to the event on Sunday.
Hope others can see their way clear to contribute....there's plenty of premade cookie dough in the grocery stores....all you have to do is separate on cookie sheet and bake. DUH!! And you get reimbursed if you provide receipts.

Adrian
 
Paul -- I'll help with registration on Sunday. And FYI, I did all of the
road markings yesterday, except right at the school. There was a lot of
traffic when I got there, and I thought you might want it marked in a
certain place. I have just a little bit of the paint left which I'll bring
Sunday.

Don

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Subject: Cotton Country Century

Posted by: Paul A Gares on 9/22/2010 at 2:57 PM

Folks

Our club has 175 members which is a great thing! It would be really nice to
get some to step up and help with this ride. In the past, we have benefited
enormously from the ride both financially and in terms of good will with
other cyclists from NC. It has also provided a lot of our members with the
opportunity to participate in a local organized ride. We certainly are
looking forward to seeing you at South Central High School to join the 80+
riders who have pre-registered.

We are still looking for some help Sunday. We could use people to help with
registration (you could actually do this and ride); we could use 2-4 people
to work at rest stops (could be morning or afternoon).

But if you can't be around on Sunday to help out, you could also support the
ride by contributing some home made goodies to offer the riders. If you
look at the documents link on the left side of the web site you will find
recipes for Lightning Lu and Racin Ry Energy bars that require no cooking
and are easy to make. But if you don't want to make those, feel free to
bring cookies or any other goodies to the High School... or contact me and I
can arrange to pick stuff up on Saturday.

Want to thank everyone for the support. See you all on Sunday

Paul Gares



 
Folks

Our club has 175 members which is a great thing! It would be really nice to get some to step up and help with this ride. In the past, we have benefited enormously from the ride both financially and in terms of good will with other cyclists from NC. It has also provided a lot of our members with the opportunity to participate in a local organized ride. We certainly are looking forward to seeing you at South Central High School to join the 80+ riders who have pre-registered.

We are still looking for some help Sunday. We could use people to help with registration (you could actually do this and ride); we could use 2-4 people to work at rest stops (could be morning or afternoon).

But if you can't be around on Sunday to help out, you could also support the ride by contributing some home made goodies to offer the riders. If you look at the documents link on the left side of the web site you will find recipes for Lightning Lu and Racin Ry Energy bars that require no cooking and are easy to make. But if you don't want to make those, feel free to bring cookies or any other goodies to the High School... or contact me and I can arrange to pick stuff up on Saturday.

Want to thank everyone for the support. See you all on Sunday

Paul Gares
 
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