Volunteers Needed for Bowiefest, June 4

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20 May 2016 11:11 - 03 Jun 2016 18:54#1 by dblas
dblas created the topic: Volunteers Needed for Bowiefest, June 4
Bowiefest
Allen Pond Park
Saturday June 4
Set-up 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Festival runs from 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Those wishing to volunteer, please send an e-mail to

Saturday June 4 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
1. DMRSParks
2. MXRider
3. Shafted

2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
1. DMRSParks
2. George Collis
3. Shafted
4. D-CW

Parking is at the park and ride on Northview Dr just off of MD Rt 197.
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30 May 2016 22:18#2 by dblas
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Updated.

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31 May 2016 18:23 - 31 May 2016 18:30#3 by Minuteman
Minuteman replied the topic: Volunteers Needed for Bowiefest, June 4
Bump.

This event is important, we've made a lot of progress during this event over the years.

If you are local, please try to stop by and say hi/help. Best to come early, this event is getting bigger every year.

I'm trying hard to make it for a couple hours around lunch to assist during the busiest time, good chance to give someone a break to grab a bite to eat.

"...show them your support for gun rights" says NRA's Shannon Alford, she continues that an email or a phone call is important, but nothing has a bigger impact than talking directly to your representative. “Your voice in Annapolis is your vote in Annapolis,” says Alford.
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03 Jun 2016 18:54#4 by dblas
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Schedule has been updated.

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04 Jun 2016 20:41#5 by Minuteman
Minuteman replied the topic: Volunteers Needed for Bowiefest, June 4
I'm very glad I was able to attend for several hours.

I tried to split my time between both the BRGC tent (was able to run the air-rifle event) and spend the rest of my time in the MSI tent.

Good stuff all around.

"...show them your support for gun rights" says NRA's Shannon Alford, she continues that an email or a phone call is important, but nothing has a bigger impact than talking directly to your representative. “Your voice in Annapolis is your vote in Annapolis,” says Alford.

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