Fall Festival: Volunteer Sign-up Form
Thank you for offering your time to volunteer at the 2019 Fall Festival (Saturday the 5th of October).

Now in its 30th year, the Pikeville-Bledsoe County Chamber of Commerce’s Fall Festival planning is now underway. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, the Chairman of the Fall Festival Committee, Dr. John Cranwell is reaching out to the community to rally together to make this event a huge success.

In order to accomplish these goals, volunteers are crucial. We NEED and APPRECIATE you!

This is a form to grab some details from you, particularly your contact information and times available.

We don’t expect everyone to be available for the entire day – we want you to enjoy the festival and participate as well. So the day is split up into three shifts - morning, afternoon, and evening and there will be a range of jobs to do throughout the day.

And of course, we’ll need “help” celebrating at the Kickoff Cookout on September 30! (We’re in the process of finalizing those details, but we shall keep you in the loop.)

If you have any questions, Please contact the Festival Chairman at johncranwellsr@gmail.com

Thank you!

Email address *
Name *
Your answer
Contact Cell Number *
Your answer
Available Times - Setup and Take Down
We’d like to know what times you’ll be available to help!

Pre-Festival Set-Up and Post-Festival Take-Down

We need a hand setting up the festival and clearing up afterwards! If you’re able to do some running around, lifting and carrying, and rolling up your sleeves… please let us know when you would like to help!

When can I be available to help *
Available Times - Festival Day on Saturday October 5, 2019
We need volunteers for a wide variety of games, activities, and events at the Festival and will be assigning those volunteers with special talents and those who have task preferences… please let us know when you would like to help!
When can I be available to help *
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