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Columbia Brick-Nic
CREATED: 03/31/09 by jules REPLIES: 38
jules    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 110
Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 3/31/09 5:37 PM

The Columbia Brick-Nic is quickly approaching! As always, we need your support to make this event successful! Please volunteer to help out with this fun event!

April 18th 10 am - 3 pm
Centennial Park - Elliocott City, Maryland

Volunteers Needed (11 Total):
Gear watchers – 2 people
Set up picnic – 2 people
Sweep bike course – one each for Columbia Tri course and Irongirl course
Cook/grill – 2 people
Clean up – 2 people
Someone with a larger vehicle with bike rack available to be sag for bike course.

Please post here or e-mail me if you can help out. Thank you!

lisalisadc's ravatar lisalisadc    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 423
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 3/31/09 6:49 PM

Is catering (or partially catering) the food an option?

DC TRi has 100s of paying members. 120+ members went to the Columbia bric-nic in 2008.

Would it be easier to pre-order sandwiches and sides?

The caterer doesn't have to be Ridgewells or even Whole Foods, but maybe Harris Teeter or a *new* merchant partner that would give us repeat discounts.

Lisalisa

wombat's ravatar wombat    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 266
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 3/31/09 8:23 PM

I can gear watch or set up.

tammy_l_farmer@hotmail.com

bcfrank's ravatar bcfrank    JOINED: 3/23/09    POSTS: 957
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/02/09 10:22 AM

I know this is going to get a laugh from the people who know me....

BUT I'm willing to sweep either of the courses.

minime's ravatar minime    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 48
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/03/09 1:03 PM

Willing to help out wherever needed.
Must warn you that I'm not a good cook. Does anyone remember those overcooked burgers from last year's training tri...

rdejonck's ravatar rdejonck    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 84
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/07/09 12:24 PM

Put me down for helping out watching gear or cooking.

Ryan

mccannjl's ravatar mccannjl    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 216
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/07/09 1:23 PM

since i'll be last on the bike, i'm a natural for sweep! sign me up.

mccannjl's ravatar mccannjl    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 216
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/07/09 1:28 PM

I'm trying to e-mail julie to RSVP to this (on the news page) but the e-mail function doesn't work. don't know how/who to report that to. thanks.

bcfrank's ravatar bcfrank    JOINED: 3/23/09    POSTS: 957
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/07/09 1:32 PM

You know Jeanne... posting here in this thread counts as an RSVP... :)

mccannjl's ravatar mccannjl    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 216
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/07/09 1:42 PM

i'm just trying to follow the rules, smarty-pants!

I don't know if julie wants all rsvps to her or not. if she does, she's outta luck!

anyway, it's another fun little glitch on the site.
:)

adilks    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 290
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/07/09 1:48 PM

To RSVP to Julie: email Julie

Thanks everyone. Your help is greatly appreciated!

We'll send you an email sometime next week to coordinate. Please send either me or Julie an email with your email address so we can be in touch.

Volunteer Coordinator

jules    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 110
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/07/09 4:08 PM

Thanks for volunteering....sorry about the e-mail!

email me

I also posted a new link on the front page for the RSVP.

We will be in touch about the volunteer details soon and will be posting more info about the event next week.

drewpugh's ravatar drewpugh    JOINED: 4/7/09    POSTS: 41
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/08/09 9:58 PM

Hi - new member here just trying to get an idea of the distances involved at the Columbia brick-nic. Is there a set distance for the bike and run?

Thanks,
Drew

bcfrank's ravatar bcfrank    JOINED: 3/23/09    POSTS: 957
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/08/09 10:07 PM

There are two options for the bike ride. There is the 25 mile route and the 17.5 mile route. For the cue sheets and routes, go to http://www.tricolumbia.org/ and look up the Columbia triathlon bike route and the IronGirl triathlon bike route.

The run is, I believe, a 2 mile loop around the lake. I don't remember the exact mileage around the lake.

Bryan

drewpugh's ravatar drewpugh    JOINED: 4/7/09    POSTS: 41
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/09/09 9:05 PM

Thanks, Bryan. Sounds like fun, I'll shoot Julie an email to RSVP.

Thanks,
Drew

nicholsc    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 15
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/10/09 11:54 AM

i will be away so won't be able to attend. Good luck to the NTP's on their birst Brick-Nic.

sschulman's ravatar sschulman    JOINED: 3/2/09    POSTS: 19
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/12/09 10:47 AM

Count me in.

wombat's ravatar wombat    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 266
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/13/09 12:06 PM

I'll be there as well!

catgold's ravatar catgold    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 87
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/13/09 4:59 PM

Here is the map/cue sheet for the oly course:

http://www.tricolumbia.org/Columbia/images/maps/Bike_Map_Columbia.pdf

steeredc's ravatar steeredc    JOINED: 2/28/09    POSTS: 14
RE: Columbia Brick-Nic
POSTED: 4/14/09 4:06 PM

Is anybody else planning on doing 2 loops on the bike course?

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