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Volunteer Waiver Adult (Quiltfest)

  1. RELEASE AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENTAND RESCUE, MEDICAL ASSISTANCE, TRANSPORT CONTRACT In exchange for being allowed to participate in City sponsored activities, I am freely signing this RELEASE AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT AND RESCUE, MEDICAL ASSISTANCE, TRANSPORT CONTRACT. I understand that participating in City sponsored activities may be hazardous to my personal health and safety (and that of my minor children), and that for the privilege of being allowed to participate in such activities, I am accepting all risks associated with being on the property and/or participating in City sponsored activities on behalf of myself (and my minor children). I understand that risks associated with such entry and/or participation include, but are not limited to, bodily injury, property loss or damage and death. I understand and accept that my voluntary participation in City sponsored activities exposes me to a heightened risk of injury, property loss, damage or death and that those risks are possibly beyond the ordinary risks associated with such potentially hazardous terrain and/or activities. Knowing this, I hereby RELEASE, DISCHARGE AND AGREE TO HOLD HARMLESS the City of Boerne, its officers, employees, agents, volunteers and assigns from and against any and all liability, claims, demands and judgments which I may have, or which my heirs, executors, administrators, or assigns may have or claim to have against the City of Boerne, its officers, employees, agents, volunteers, or assigns, for any and all claims, demands, actions, and causes of action of whatever nature or character, known or unknown, which may be asserted by any person, firm, or corporation, whosoever claiming by, through or under me for personal injuries, death, and/or property damage caused by or arising out of, my entry on to the property and/or participation in City sponsored activities. I agree that if I (or my minor children) require rescue and/or emergency medical assistance and/or transport, I WILL PAY THE COSTS OF SUCH RESCUE AND/OR ASSISTANCE AND/OR TRANSPORT and I, or my heirs, will reimburse the City of Boerne and/or others for the costs incurred in performing any rescue and/or assistance and/or transport on my behalf within thirty (30) days of receipt of written demand. I am 18 years of age or over, or I am accompanied by a parent or guardian who is authorized to sign this release on my behalf. I have carefully read this RELEASE AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT AND RESCUE, MEDICAL ASSISTANCE, TRANSPORT CONTRACT or had it read to me in a language that I fully understand and I understand all of its terms. I am signing voluntarily and with full knowledge of its legal consequences and of the personal risks to me and/or my minor children. I have not relied on any information from the City of Boerne, its officers, employees, agents, volunteers or assigns in deciding to make this release and agreement.

  2. Jobs Etc.

    Please indicate what JOB you will be volunteering for, if you have any special skills we should know about and/or special accommodations you will need and what time frame that you would like to commit.

  3. Hanging

    We will have the cables pre-hung. Volunteers will work in teams with committee members and parks and recreation staff members to clothes pin quilts on the line prior to the start of the event at 9 a.m. These volunteers will meet at the Chamber of Commerce at 7 a.m. to pick up shopping baskets filled with quilts that are designated to be hung in specific areas.

  4. Guarding

    Once the quilts have been hung volunteers from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. will be given boxes of gloves to offer to the public that may be interested in touching quilts to avoid getting the quilts dirty. These individuals will also be briefed on the event schedule and purchasing procedures so they can point event participants to the appropriate resources if they are asked questions that they may not know the answer to.

  5. Taking Down

    Reverse of the hanging job. At 4 p.m. these volunteers will meet at the Chamber of Commerce to pick up baskets and will work in teams to remove the quilts from the lines, fold them (being sure that the ID tag is facing out) and re-bagging the quilts to return to "Home Base" at the Chamber of Commerce where they will be checked in and resorted in numeric order. We will not be returning quilts to their owners until every quilt has been checked back in from the lines.

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