Massanutten Mountain Trails 100 Mile Run
The MMT would not be the quality event it is without the many volunteers who have given so much to the race and the runners. This page serves two functions. It recognizes some, but unfortunately not all, of the volunteers who will be there to help the runners this year. Additionally, this page serves as a place to help recruit and organize the volunteers.
Prior Year Volunteers
How to Volunteer: If you want to volunteer, please use the volunteer form. This form helps us keep track of your help. Please indicate in the Comment section any aid station or job preference. We cannot guarantee your preference but we try to be as accommodating as possible. If you want to help with course marking, mark that on the form. For questions about course marking see below.
Aid Station Captains: One of the most critical jobs is that of aid station captain. It's challenging but very rewarding. We need to fill Visitors Center, Veach Gap... that we know of so far.
Course Marking: MMT is noted for its great course marking. Kevin Bligan is in charge of course marking this year. You can work on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and/or Sunday. More Information. If you want to help Kevin B., contact him directly at CBligan@aol.com.
Race Director: Kevin Sayers
Aid Station Truck No. 1: Bill Sublett
Aid Station Truck No. 2: Tom Hendell
Aid Station Truck No. 3: Jaret Seiberg
Course Marking: Kevin "Trail Boss" Bligan
Runner Accountability: Quatro Hubbard(Grimm Reaper)
Radio Support: Larry Miller, Anstr Davidson
Data and Results: Anstr Davidson
Volunteer Coordinator: Kevin Sayers
Rogue Chef: Bob Fabia
Aide-de-camp & Guy Friday: Greg Zaruba
Asst. to the Aide-de-camp & Guy Sunday: Joe Hall
We need to fill those areas where you see "Need"
Race Headquarters (Friday, Pre Race & Sunday Afternoon)
|Area of Need||Volunteers
(Leads in Bold)
|Set Up & Other *1 (Roustabout)||Kevin Sayers, Doug Camann, Magdalena Casper-Shipp, Ryan Brown, David Robertson, Mike OGrady, Bill Susa, John Peabody CLOSED|
|Friday Traffic / Parking *2||Need, Need|
|Friday Swag Organization for Runners and Volunteers *6||Mary Shaw (8-2), Need, Need,|
|Packet Pickup (Registration) *3||(1:00) Bob Gaylord, Mike McCumber, Bill Susa, Addie Welch|
|Swag Sales||Quatro Hubbard|
|Friday Dinner *4||Caterer (Carol), (3:00) Doug Camann, Bill Susa, Mike O'Grady, John Peabody, Rich Limacher|
|Pre Race Traffic / Parking (3:00 a.m)||Marguerite Stabosz, Need, Need, Need, Need, Need,|
|Radio Room, Timing & Other||Anstr Davidson, Lucia Davidson|
Finish Line Timing
10:00 pm Saturday to 3:00 am Sunday
|Sunday Afternoon & Clean Up *5||Kevin Sayers, Greg Zaruba, Joe Hall, Justin Corddry, Need, Need, Need, Need, Need, Need, Need,|
|Photography||Marguerite Stabosz (Packet Pickup mug shots and Saturday - early)|
*1: Set up consists of arriving either Thursday night (Bob Fabia provides us with a great dinner and breakfast!) or Friday morning and doing whatever needs to be done to get ready. This is a fluid job and does not require any heavy lifting. Sometimes it means hanging out till the next emergency. If it rains or is muddy then we have lots to do. If the weather is nice and not muddy then the day is really easy..
*2: Traffic / Parking is sitting under a tent and telling drivers where to park. Starts at noon on Friday. If it rains and is muddy then this job is really critical.
*3: Packet Pickup is a public position. It requires that you assist in the organization of the packet pickup area, prepare for check-in and distribution of numbers and swag. It can also be considered the general "concierge" area. (ha ha!)..
*4: Friday Dinner is organized by the caterer but we need additional people to help serve, facilitate, then break down the tables and reconfigure for the weekend.
*5: Sunday is an easy job and the only hard part is getting volunteers. It doesn't last long and the more the easier. At 4:00, during the Awards Ceremony, we start breaking down and moving supplies and equipment to the "garagemahal" 100 yards for the finish line.. The Retreat House kitchen (volunteer HQ and bunk place) is cleaned up and shut down. After the awards ceremony any drop bags left in the Drop Bag tent are dissembled and their contents are distributed as appropriate. Chairs and tables in big tent are stacked in a central location (easy), trash bags are collected and taken to the camps trash area.
*6: Friday swag organization is about organizing swag for packet pickup. Also, based off a list, organizing for distribution to all aid station and HQ volunteers. Needs to be done by 1:00.
NOTE: For distances and open/close times, see the Aid Station Chart.
(Captains in Bold)
| 1 - Moreland Gap
|NEED!! (this is a water only from the trunk of your car)|
| 2 - Edinburg Gap
|NEED!!, Ryan Brown, Doug Camann, Mike O'Grady, Bill Susa, Need|
| 3 - Woodstock Tower
|Mike Bur, Sophie Speidel, Zsuzsanna Carlson, James Fogg, Rich Limacher, Sarah Smith, Need, Need|
| 4 - Powells Fort
|Natalie Kennedy-Escobar, Michael Hart, Cathy Hart, Need, Need, Need, Need, Need|
| 5 - Elizabeth Furnace
|Alan Lagon, Stephen Cooper, Jennifer Price, Alisa Springman, Jim Daniels, Deborah Lewin, Paul Crickard, Francesco Smith, Bill Wandel CLOSED|
| 6 - Shawl Gap Parking
|Brian Schmidt, Katie Jenkins, Gary Maier, Need, Need, Need, Need|
| 7 - Veach Gap Parking
|Kurt Luedke, Kathy Cowan, Kendra Luedke, David Robertson, Evan Weber, William Crimmins, Michael Rodgers, Need|
| 8 - Indian Grave Trailhead
(12:00 pm - 8:00 pm)
|Kevin Green, Ronald Green, Tim Gavin, Ashley Carr, Brian Carr, Steve Boutilier CLOSED|
| 9 - Habron Gap Parking
|Carl Newby, Junior Montoya, Suzie Spangler, Addie Welch, John Newby, Emily Appel-Newby, John Chapman, Joyce Chapman, Rebekkah McLellan, Need|
|10 - Camp Roosevelt
|Jeff Reed, Michael Gildea, Mike McCumber, Linda Wack, Need, Need, Need|
|11/15 - Gap Creek I & II
|Chris Wilde, Tom Kubicz, Amy Hribar, Alex Harris, Need, Need, Need, Need, Need, Need, Need|
|12 - Visitor Center
|Eric Levy-Myers, Jonathan Nyce, Need, Need, Need, Need, Need, Need
|13 - Bird Knob
|Tom Simonds, Zsuzsanna Carlson, Clinton Thompson, Larry Watson II, Will Kuper, Missy Nutton CLOSED|
|14 - Picnic Area
|Jon Jester, Rob Tidwell, Becca Tidwell, Eric Thomson, Jocelyn Robinson, George Scott, Dave Herring, Kevin Prim, Jack Kurisky, Megan Kurisky, JP Kurisky, Butch Britton CLOSED|
|16 - Caroline Furnace Camp (Finish Line & Food)
(9:30pm Saturday-4:00pm Sunday)
|10:00 pm Saturday to 3:00 am Sunday
Need, Need, Need
3:00 am to 8:00 am
Need, Need, Need
8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Justin Corddry, Need, Need
12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Justin Corddry, Need, Need
|TBA||Not yet assigned or awaiting further assginment or waiting for their preference response to Kevin (RD):|
|Missed||If you've signed up via the Volunteer form and don't see your name or if something has been missed or incorrect then please contact Kevin Sayers (email@example.com) Thanks!|
Trail Marking, Checking, Sweeping
- Kevin Bligan
- Carl Bligan
- Greg Loomis
- Bob Gaylord
- Brian Glass
- Gretchen Bolton
- Marty Fox
- Brian McNeill
- Bill Wandel
- Barry Hauptman
- Diane Behm
- Ted Bielawa
- Dawn Gray
MMT has a great reputation for course marking due to the numerous volunteers who help hang markings and clear the course each year. If you want to have some fun, get some good training miles and help us with this important task, there are ample opportunities. Below are tasks, meeting times and additional information about this year's marking. If you would like to volunteer, please contact the course marking coordinator Kevin Bligan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not just show up race weekend without coordinating at least a week prior to the race.
- The majority of this year's course marking will take place on Friday May 18th. We meet, as a group, at 8:00 a.m. at race headquarters, Caroline Furnace Lutheran Camp.
- On Thursday, May 17th, there will also be some trail marking. If you are interested in helping Thursday contact Kevin "Trail Boss" Bligan at email@example.com.
- On Saturday, May 19th, race day, there is a need for a volunteer or two to ride along with Kevin Bligan to do race day detail work, mark road sections, and troubleshoot. It's a long day mostly spent in a car, but you do get to visit all of the aid stations and get some miles in running to various intersections on the course.
- On Sunday, May 20th, there are a few sections that need to be swept of ribbons and reflectors.
Kevin "Trail Boss" Bligan