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    Paulding SORBA Secretary
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    If you have...

    ...one of these



    I need to talk to you. We (Paulding SORBA) have an event coming up soon and we'll need alot of help. I can't release all of the details yet but if you're willing to pitch in around July 25th, 26th, and 27th shoot me a PM. All I can really say is we are hosting 100 volunteers to help out with a Paulding County Outrreach Initiative and we have 4 MOU's pending. One may be signed on July 7th and we are going to need all the experienced Trail Crew Leaders we can muster. If the MOU isn't signed then we'll go to the contingency plan to be announced later. If you aren't a Trail Crew Leader and have tons of trail building experience this will suffice!

    We want the residents of Paulding County to ponder this very question too!

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    Again, if you're available to pitch in on the above mentioned dates please PM me or e-mail me at msmartin712@yahoo.com
    Scott Martin - VP - Trail Director
    Paulding SORBA
    www.pauldingsorba.org

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    Wherezatat???
    IF YOU CAN READ THIS, YOU'RE NOT RIDING (or building)!

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    Scott Martin - VP - Trail Director
    Paulding SORBA
    www.pauldingsorba.org

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    Quote Originally Posted by BianchiDude
    ...one of these
    Sorry for the threadjack, but I'm sure others are asking the same question....

    Do some of you larger clubs have a "certification" process you run people through to become an official crew leader?

    If so, how does it work?

    Is the process a turn on or a turn off? I mean are you able to draw more people into actually leading workdays or is it restricting what people would otherwise get done?

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