Beginning this month, more than 40 J.B. Hunt drivers will be transporting wreaths to cemeteries across the nation in preparation for National Wreaths Across America Day. On Saturday, December 15, wreaths will be placed on the graves of more than half a million fallen heroes across the country in remembrance of their sacrifice and service.
Once again, J.B. Hunt is participating in the event at the Fayetteville National Cemetery. All employees are welcome to attend the event at 10 a.m. on December 15.
Volunteers Needed in Fayetteville
We need volunteers to assist with unloading and placing the wreaths on graves. Two groups of volunteers are needed for the event.
1. Unload crew: The first group will arrive at 7:30 a.m. to help unload boxes of wreaths from the truck.
2. Placement crew: The second group will place the wreaths on veteran headstones throughout the cemetery during the ceremony.
Please consider volunteering for the event and showing your support of this worthy cause. Families are welcome and encouraged to take part in the ceremony.
For questions or additional information about the Fayetteville event, please contact Tawny Hall at email@example.com.
A few people you will meet... View All
|Shift||Start Time||End Time||Description||Registrants Needed|
|Unload Crew and Wreath Laying Volunteers||7:00am (CT)||11:00am (CT)||The unload crew arrives at Baum Stadium at 7am. Shuttle busses will transport volunteers to Fayetteville National Cemetery and back as needed through the morning. Once at Fayetteville National Cemetery, volunteers will help unload boxes and unbox the wreaths. Unload crew volunteers must wear gloves and are advised to bring...||29/30||Over|
|Wreath Laying Volunteers||9:00am (CT)||11:00am (CT)||Wreath Laying Volunteers arrive at Baum Stadium for shuttle to Fayetteville National Cemetery between 9am and 9:30am. The Wreaths Across America ceremony starts promptly at 10am. Wreath Laying Volunteers will then begin to lay wreaths at veterans headstones following the ceremony. Shuttle busses will transport volunteers to Fayetteville National Cemetery...||132/500||Over|