Each family is required to volunteer for a minimum of 12 hours per SEASON. At the beginning of the season, we require each family to write a check for $250 which we will cash only
if you do not meet the volunteer requirement. If you work the hours, we will plan to hold your check for the spring season as well, so you don’t have to write another check for us to rip
Here is a list of JOBS for the season. There will be a Sign Up Genius posted on the SARC website. Go to the website and volunteer, volunteer, volunteer!
There will be FIVE Sign Up Genius listings for the various SPRING SEASON jobs. What is listed below summarizes jobs throughout the Spring and Fall Season.
- NON-REGATTA JOBS
Signup Genius Link: Coming Soon!
- TOWEL WASHER – pick up the bin of towels used to dry off the boats at practice, wash them, and return them. Needs to be done once per week.
- RECRUITING: We have a recruiting leader, but sure could use some help. You could be a general helper, or, you could be the club liaison with your high school or church.
- SPAGHETTI DINNER – A Thursday night, help with one of many jobs: SHOP, SET UP, COOK/FOOD PREP, CLEAN UP.
- CHILI DINNER – Same as above, but held early in the Spring Season, tentatively set for February 5th.
- PASTA PARTY: One host for the Varsity (men and women combined), and one for the Novice (men and women combined). FOOD PREP Needed.
- Hospitality Chair for the Hunter (The John Hunter Regatta is the annual SARC hosted regatta at Lake Lanier, held in March).
- General Hospitality Helper: When we have a need, we will email you and see if you are available. Light duty – shopping, set up food, etc.
- End Of Year Banquet
- PHOTOGRAPHER: Take photos of the kids in action. This is actually a regatta job, but you can take pictures at our other team events too!
- REGATTA WORKERS: JOBS AT HOME and JOBS On-SITE:
- Prior to the Regatta, we need a prep team for the food.
- SHOPPERS: You will be given a list and reimbursement information via email. The shopping will need to be done Wed/Thurs before the regatta and the goods will be delivered to the
boathouse by noon on Friday. Detailed instructions will be provided! Sams/Costco is best.
- BAKERS: Provide EIGHT DOZEN baked treats prior to the regatta. At each regatta, parents host the SARC Tent by providing healthy fuel for our athletes and families – but sweet treats
are a must, after the competing is done! Perfect job for those unable to attend the regattas. You can sign up for one, two, or all three regattas.
- FOOD PREP – PRE REGATTA: Basic work – depends on the menu. Making Pasta and choppig veggies, putting it in gallon Ziploc bags for a quick pasta salad, cutting chicken into medium size
pieces and marinating in ziplco bags, etc. Detailed instructions will be provided.
- REGATTA HELP:
- TENT CITY: At each regatta, parents host the SARC Tent by providing healthy fuel for our athletes and families. A fun way to experience a regatta, with plenty of time to WATCH your
- SET UP: Time TBD per Regatta. Most likely 6 or 6:30am – 8am
- PREP/SERVE/COOK: Shift Choices
- BREAK DOWN Tent City – Depends on time of last SARC race. An hour’s worth of work between 4:30-7pm.
- General rule about Tent City. There will be times when you are busy; there will be times when there is a lull. You are responsible for helping during your entire time
slot. If you need to leave the tent to watch your child row, that is fine, just be sure to check in with the LEAD person, and return promptly.