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The Regina Lawn Bowling Club relies on members to volunteer for various tasks during the season to ensure it maintains itself as a viable organization. The more support we receive from our members, the less stressful and demanding is the time and commitment made by others. All volunteers will receive direction and instructions from the director in charge.
The following is a brief description of the various areas where volunteers are required:
Catering – Major events are Opening Day, Canada Day, the Wind-Up BBQ and one Bowls Sask. tournament. Lunches for Provincial Playdown events are optional. For each event, several members, under the direction of the convener, assist with the preparation and serving of food for each event.
Daily Draw – Assist with the preparation of the draw for Opening Day, Canada Day, and the Wind-Up BBQ. Regular afternoon or evening draws are conducted by the bowlers playing in the draw.
Greens Setting – Set up the greens for club tournaments, mostly in the evenings and some weekends. Greens setting for regular afternoon and evening draws is the responsibility of the bowlers playing in those draws.
Housekeeping – Conduct general cleaning of the clubhouse for a period of one week. Participate in the Spring Clean-Up Day in May.
Grounds – As part of a 3-person team, two using push lawn mowers and one operating the riding mower, cut the grass once every three weeks from mid May to the end of September, usually on Friday or Saturday mornings. Volunteers are also needed to clean the ditches, pick up garbage, and do other routine maintenance on a periodic basis. Others are needed for the Spring Clean-Up Day in May and to assist with the planting and watering of flowers.
Group Bookings – Assist in the general supervision of students in June and September for one hour sessions during mornings or afternoons. Back-to-back one hour periods may be required if multiple groups are scheduled for the same day. Assist in the general supervision of private and corporate groups in the afternoons or evenings.
Beverage - Assist with bar on Canada Day, the Club wind up, and the Regina Mixed Slo Pitch League pot luck and barbeque.
Tournaments – Assist with one or more of the club tournaments. This involves gathering names of participants, forming teams, notifying skips of team members for the first draw, creating the draw, preparing draw sheets and score cards for all games, updating the draw sheet with the results of the games played and finding substitutes when required.
Junior Program – Assist with the coaching and supervision of youth bowlers on Wednesday evenings.
Bowls Buddy – Be a mentor to a new bowler by assisting them in learning about club procedures and rules. Help a first year bowler to get comfortable at the club and to encourage them to participate in club activities.