Volunteer

Volunteer Introduction and Overview
The Squaxin Island Tribe is known for its generous hospitality.  More than 1,500 volunteers helped make Paddle to Squaxin 2012 a success.

Volunteers signed up online to fill spots in the categories below.

Cultural Awareness Sensitivity
Volunteers were invited to view these short video clips prior to their first shift.
It’s all about the Journey

Volunteer Handbook
Volunteers were also encouraged to review the Volunteer Handbook. When you click on the link below, the MicroSoft Word file will download to your computer. Volunteers submitted their RSVP (at the bottom of the document) for the Volunteer Appreciation Dinner.

Volunteer Handbook

Volunteer Sign Up Categories to Explore
1. Hospitality and Information (Hospitality: provide support and assistance at Elders and Youth services locations. Information: from one of two information booths, provide information, maps, agendas, basic supplies.)
2. Food & Meals (prep, service, set up, runners/bus tables, clean up)
3. Safety & Security (traffic, campground monitoring)
4. Transportation (bus drivers, van drivers, golf cart drivers, and parking)
5. Volunteer Support (register, check in/out volunteers)
6. Green Team (recycling, composting, and waste reduction)
7. Medical
8. Public Works (provide grounds and facilities maintenance support)

Questions?
• For general questions please email Patti Puhn, Volunteer Coordinator, at ppuhn@paddletosquaxin.org

TO REGISTER AS A VOLUNTEER OR VOLUNTEER GROUP,
VOLUNTEERS WERE INVITED SELECT FROM THE OPTIONS LISTED ABOVE.
(They could choose more than one option)

LANDING DAY VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION

The 6 bus goes from the Olympia Transit Center and Capital Mall to the Kamilche Transit Center at Squaxin Island:
http://www.masontransit.org/tservices/route6.html
Squaxin Transit provided shuttles to the protocol site and to connections with Mason County and Olympia Transit services.

Maps
Protocol / Reservation Area
Protocol  Parking & Camping
Landing Directions

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