Join some Active SWV staff to learn about becoming a volunteer Community Captain to lead pickleball programming in Fayetteville. Indoor options at the Memorial Building. Come out and play and get details. *Looking for participants interested in possibly leading or forming a leader team for this program*
Participants will be asked to sign an online waiver found here.
The volunteers, participants, and partners acknowledges and understands that exposure to disease- causing organisms, such as COVID-19, and personal contact with others, including but not limited to participants, non-participants, organizers, volunteers, onlookers and other individuals in the activity/program involves a certain degree of risk that could result in illness, permanent disability or death. The participant acknowledges that Active SWV has not screened or tested any of the participants for such diseases. After fully and carefully considering all the potential risks involved, The participant hereby assume the same and agree to release and hold harmless Active SWV and its employees, officers, agents, volunteers, vendors and contractors from and against all claims and liability resulting from exposure to disease- causing organisms such as COVID-19.
Volunteers and participants should not attend group programs if experiencing any of the following.
• Have you been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19?
• Are you experiencing a cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat?
• Have you had a fever in the last 48 hours?
• Have you had new loss of taste or smell?
• Have you had vomiting or diarrhea in the last 24 hours
If a participant has any primary or secondary symptoms during the above stated time frame they will be asked not to participate in the program.
Active SWV will encourage supervisors, participants, and spectators, to wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), including appropriate face coverings, as recommended by each county health department. Further, to the greatest extent possible, encourage participants wear appropriate PPE, including appropriate face coverings when not actively participating. They may remove face coverings while participating and maintaining 6ft of distance from others, when recommended by each county health department.https://dhhr.wv.gov/COVID-19/Pages/default.aspx
Staying physically active, socially connected, and nourished is vital to a healthy quality of life. We encourage you to continue safely attending programs and building a routine for an active lifestyle.
Regarding Community Captain Programs and groups of children: All Active SWV Community Captain programs are family friendly; children are invited to attend with the expectation of a parent/guardian ratio of 1 guardian adult to 5 children. It is our expectation for larger groups of children (e.g. Scouts, youth groups, etc), that an adult to child ratio of 1 adult to 5 children be observed in ages 5 and under, and 1 adult to 10 children be observed for ages 5 and above.