|Volunteer pages, marshals needed for '08 assembly|
Delegates consider legislation
during the 2004 General Conference of The United Methodist Church.
Approximately 150 pages and marshals are needed for the 2008 gathering
in Fort Worth, Texas. A UMNS file photo by John C. Goodwin.
By United Methodist News Service
April 9, 2007
are being sought to serve as marshals or pages at the The United
Methodist Church's 2008 General Conference in Fort Worth, Texas.
About 150 volunteers are needed to serve delegates, officials and
visitors to the denomination's top legislative body, conference planners
say. The General Conference depends on volunteers - especially marshals
and pages - for everything from assisting disabled delegates to
Marshals and pages travel to and work at the conference at their own expense.
Volunteers may apply online at the General Conference Web site by going to http://gc2008.umc.org and clicking the Online Marshals/Pages Application button.
Applications must be submitted by July 31, and applicants will be notified of their status by Sept. 30.
The General Conference, which gathers every four years, will meet April 23-May 2, 2008.
News media contact: Tim Tanton, Nashville, Tenn., (615) 742-5470 or email@example.com.
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