None of these jobs are super difficult but they help tremendously. You should have seen our total trashy years and how long it used to take to clean and run moop patrol. So for just a couple of tasks everyone’s lives are way easier during the week and at the end of the event!.
Please Choose 2 Camp Duties.
Take a walk around camp performing a visual inspection looking for safety or general concern, picking up MOOP and tidying up public areas. Keep a particular eye out for dangerous electrical situations, camp fuel out of place(should be stored in fuel dump), unsecured shade structures, Etc.. Organize the main shade structure, DJ booth and dance floor.
We increased this to 4 people to make it an easier task. Task should be completed immediately after meals. Fill triple basins with wash water, rinse water and sanitizer water. Clean all dishes, pots and pans. Change table top coverings. Sort and compact trash, crush aluminum cans and bag for recycle camp.
Check, organize and drain coolers. Depending on how late it is in the week the coolers might contain different stuff and some could possibly be retired for the week. We should try and keep a couple coolers dedicated to beverages in a convenient place away from the kitchen madness. Take inventory of how much ice is needed. See one of the camp leads to get $$ for ice run. Get ice and fill coolers.
Make sure that Recycling is sorted properly. Only aluminum cans are to be taken to recycle camp. 2.5 Gallon water containers should be crushed flat and bagged individually. Glass should be boxed up and stacked in the camp disposal area. Trash should not contain any recycling and should be bagged and stored in the camp disposal area. Take recycling to recycle camp to be crushed and recycled.
Wednesday-Saturday We need a camp point of contact to stick around to to address issues with generators, sound, lighting and neighbors. As well as keeping an eye out for dangerous or unacceptable situations. Each shift is 2 hours and run from Noon to Midnight on the days we have a lineup.