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2017 Officers

Director
Ray D.
Assistant Director
Steve L.
Secretary
Kristy F.

Treasurer
Laverne C.

Activities Officer
Mary L.

Ladies of Harley
Nickie D .
Head Road Captain
Chris F.
Safety Officer
Clifton C.

Membership
Steve L.

Photographer
Nickie D



 
Volunteers

Without volunteers, the Harley Owners Group® as we know it would not exist. Chapters would not form. Events would not happen. Many programs would not be possible. In other words, volunteers comprise an essential, highly valued part of the H.O.G.® organization.

Each year, literally tens of thousands of people volunteer with H.O.G.® at some level. For instance, more than 12,000 people currently serve as chapter officers worldwide. What this means is, if you're looking to get more involved, meet new people, experience new things, and have a lot of fun in the process, you've definitely come to the right place!

Where to Start

There are many ways to get involved, but as a general rule, it all starts with the chapters. So the first thing to do if you're interested in helping out is to join a local chapter. As alluded to above, one way to get involved is by serving as a chapter officer. Each chapter has four official "primary" officers and any number of additional "discretionary" officers:

Primary (Required) Officers:
Director 
Assistant Director 
Secretary
Treasurer 
Discretionary Officers:
Activities Officer
Ladies of Harley® Officer
Editor
Safety Officer
Photographer
Membership Officer
Webmaster
Historian
Note: Each chapter has its own process for selecting these officers.

A few notes from H.O.G.® about volunteering:
  • H.O.G.® makes every effort to ensure that volunteers always have fun. The H.O.G.® motto is "To Ride and Have Fun". This applies to volunteers, as well as riders. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and experience new things.

  • Volunteering once does not mean volunteering for life. Please don't hesitate to make yourself available because you're afraid it means you'll be expected to do so every time.

  • Volunteering is a "no experience necessary" activity. When you volunteer, we'll always make sure you get all the training, support, and help you need, so you'll never feel lost or in over your head.
 
 

 

 

 

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