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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Volunteers needed Oct. 4 and 5 for Crabapple Fest.



Calling all Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Beta Clubs, Rotaries and involved citizens: The City of Milton and Crabapple Community Association (CCA) are looking for a number of volunteers for Crabapple Fest, held Saturday, Oct. 5 throughout historic downtown Crabapple.
There are opportunities for volunteers of all ages and abilities on Friday, Oct. 4 during Broadwell Road vendor set up and Saturday, Oct. 5 before and during the festival. Shifts for individuals and service groups are available in three-hour slots starting Friday, Oct. 4 at 3 p.m. through 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5.
To volunteer, click to here to visit the festival’s volunteer sign up page. For more information on volunteering, contact Peyton Jamison, president of the CCA and volunteer coordinator for the event, at crabapplecommunity@gmail.com or 678-323-3454.
Jamison said interested volunteers can pick from a number of important jobs (while spots are available), including:
  • Vendor ambassadors and booth set-up (Friday and Saturday)
  • Traffic, roadblocks and parking (Friday and Saturday)
  • Children’s activities (Saturday only)
  • Festival logistics (Friday and Saturday)
  • Greeters and festival attendants (Saturday only)
Each volunteer will receive a traffic vest for demarcation during the festival and free drinks and snacks during their shift.
Please note: The City of Milton and/or CCA will certify youth and service groups requiring documentation of work completed.
Crabapple Fest, held Oct. 5 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in historic downtown Crabapple, will see the City of Milton and CCA combine their two popular events – the 5,000-person Milton Roundup and 10,000-person Crossroads at Crabapple Antique and Arts Festival – into one massive destination festival.
The best from each event will greet the community, including: antiques and art from hundreds of juried vendors; a music and entertainment stage with local and touring acts; games, rides and activities for kids; and, for the first time, beer and wine in the festival grounds.
Organizers expect at least 10,000 festival-goers.
For any information on the festival, please contact Angela Thompson, special events and projects manager for the City of Milton, at 678-242-2530 or angela.thompson@cityofmiltonga.us.

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