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Congratulations!!  You have a Mason Track Athlete.  Welcome to the Mason Track Boosters!! Our Boosters are unusual in that we not only raise money for our athletes but we are an integral part in their sport because we run the track meets. Since we have serious, recreational and gym credit athletes, which is a huge amount of athletes, we need each family to volunteer for 2-3 meets throughout the year in order to be able to fully run them.  Below I have listed first - a description of what each areas responsibilities are 2-  a link below that information to the sign up genius.

 
If you have any questions please feel free to contact any of the booster members listed at the bottom.
 
Thanks for your participation and we look forward to seeing you at the track!!
 
 
 
***Concessions--in concession stand,1) window person will take orders, charge customers appropriate amount/make change 2) or fetch the food/beverage wanted by the window people who are taking customers orders.  Grill Master-cooks burgers and hotdogs on grill.  
 
Timers--You are in charge of one lane and time the person in that lane.  You are given a stopwatch to hit when the gun goes off and to stop when your lane/runner crosses the finish line.  You then tell your runner their time and they relay it to their coaches.
 
Lead--makes sure there are sufficient timers, everyone is ready, signal the official that he can start the race, make sure the time runner has times.
 
Relays--stand at marked interval for relay races to insure the baton is passed within the lane and start/stop area.
 
Long jump--Either record jump lengths, measure, or rake the pit so it is flat.
 
Shot/discus--Measure the length of the throw, insure it is recorded, make sure students stay in the designated safe zone.
 
Pole vault--records heights and moves/replaces the rod, keeps athletes in vaulting order.
 
High Jump--Record if jump was successful or not, place bar on standard after jumps, call out who is jumping.
 
Hospitality--serve food to visiting coaches.  Food is provided by our booster volunteers and some is donated by local restaurants. FULL
 
Breakfast--every Saturday collect and serve donated breakfast items to varsity athletes practicing on Saturday morning.  FULL
 
Senior night coordinator--orders flowers for moms, oversee that senior line up, pictures, information is done and coordinated.
 
Banquet coordinator--purchase cakes, oversee setup of donated food, serving and cleanup.    
 
Questions??
 
Are you allowed to leave to watch your athlete run??  OF COURSE, please let the other people in your area know so that accommodations are made during your absence.  Some of the volunteer areas are actually a great spectator spot for watching the competition.  
 
Do you get any perks??  YES, you are not charged to enter the meet if you are volunteering.
 
What do you do at Booster meetings?  We discuss upcoming events, prep work needed, best use of funds etc., everyone is welcome, the next meeting is March 19 at 7pm in the team room, enter through entrance B-9.  
 
Breakfast volunteers
 
JV meet, April 9
 
Hospitality volunteers
 
Mason Invitational, May 3 
 
GMC (prelims May 8/finals May 10)
 
Districts (prelims May 15/finals May 17)
 
Banquets (JV-May 16/Varsity May 29)
 
Thank you for all you do for your athletes, their teammates and visiting teams!!
 
Lisa Hallum Booster President (Breakfast/Sign up genius coordinator) 
Kim Rader/Jen Courtney Vice President (Concession/Senior night coordinators)   /
Jane Giaquinto Secretary 
Bob Kouche Treasurer