Volunteers are needed for the annual peg out day at Elmore Field Days site.September 4, 2014 3:01am
Teams of volunteers are needed for peg out day at Elmore Events Centre on September 10, ahead of next month’s Elmore Field Days.
The day has been on the first Wednesday in September, but due to administration matters, this year the date has been pushed back a week.
Measuring sites, pegging them out and placing numbers on each sees teams of four working in specific areas of the centre.
Field days secretary Sam Shotton said the committee was calling for returning and new volunteers to help out.
‘‘It is a chance for people to come and see the set up at the events centre and give us a hand at the same time,’’ she said.
New volunteers would be teamed with experienced leaders.
The pegging out starts at 9am and finishes about 1pm. A barbecue lunch is provided.
‘‘We will make anyone very welcome as many hands make it easier for us,’’ Ms Shotton said.
For details, contact the field days office on 5432
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