The Herald, Sharon, Pa.


March 26, 2014

Boat captains, wood stackers needed

SHARON — WaterFire Sharon organizers are gauging interest in a class for boat captains and looking for volunteers to help stack firewood.

Volunteers are welcome to help stack wood Saturday during the last stacking session for the season.

Work will begin at 9 a.m. at the WaterFire Warehouse and could wrap up by about 10:30 a.m. if there’s a good turnout of people.

The warehouse is located at the corner of Franklin and Railroad streets in the North Flats. From State Street, turn north on Railroad Street and the warehouse will be on the bend on the left side of the street.

Please dress for chilly weather.

The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission will be scheduling a boat safety class required for boat captains in May. Potential captains must attend two sessions that will be in the evening, probably in early- or mid-May.  

If there is enough interest, there could be a second class offered as a full day on a Saturday in June.

Anyone interested in becoming a boat captain for any of the three upcoming WaterFire festivals can ask by e-mail for placement on the Potential Captain list.


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