Recreation with vehicles in the Sierra Nevada and American Great Basin areas – Sierra Nevada Unit, WBCCI

Volunteers and participating

The WBCCI International Rally 2006, a SNU View

Note: This site has no official connections or ties with WBCCI. It is strictly a personal effort to assist us in preparing for and participating in the international rally in Salem Oregon.

The rally is essentially volunteer run. there are a variety of committees the need volunteer assistance. These are usually listed in the Blue Beret with contact information.

Volunteering for the rally

Signing up to volunteer, benefits, training, and management of volunteers. Opportunities to sign up on-site to volunteering.

Community Service Project

A community service project is a major function of the rally. Collecting aluminum tabs is one. Collecting winter hats, is another.

Unit Bulletin Boards

One of the competitions at the rally will be the Unit Bulletin Boards. There are specific requirements for the bulletin boards and they are judged on a point system. Bulletin boards must represent your unit. They are used to communicate with your members. The theme for this years bulletin boards is “Westward the Airstreams” and the colors are burgundy and beige.

See the February 2006 Blue Beret for more details.

Unit Newsletters

Other Unit publications

This includes unit directories,

Vounteer for committee service! contact:

Traffic Control -WC Jim Grimes {w c jim -at- juno dot com}
Information – Gwen Huffman {q wene20 -at- yahoo dot com}
Parking – Marvin Lane {bea-lane -at- msn dot com}
Tram drivers – Dave Wendt #5690 {went2 -at- aol dot com}
Bulletin Board – Justine Nackman {ejnack -at- aol dot com}
Sanitation – Ray Wagner #2722 {wagner27 -at- frontiernet dot net}
Locator – Charlie Scanlon { scanlon -at- escpaees dot com}
Entry tent – Frank Wagner #29188 {julwag -at- earthlink dot net}

Answers Needed

How is the community service project chosen and how is the recipient selected?

Ideas and suggestions

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