In just a matter of weeks, the storied Beloit Relays will be underway, marking the first time the event is held at Beloit in more than three decades.
Even if you’re not on the track and field team, there’s a way you can get involved in this historical event beyond watching from the stands. Why not volunteer?
Dozens of volunteers are needed for shifts ranging from just over an hour to several hours, with tasks including everything from helping with check-ins to awards to clean up and setting up starting blocks for races. Shifts are available on both Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27.
Getting involved is easy—just click here to sign up online for a volunteer slot.