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Folk Festival Searching for Volunteers

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The Montana Folk Festival in Butte is in need of volunteers.

According to Director, George Everett, the festival is still in need of multiple volunteer positions.

In fact they're still looking for the volunteer festival coordinator.

This person is in charge of all 800 volunteers.

The festival is also looking for a volunteer to oversee beverage sales and lodging logistics.

"Some jobs are sitting behind a desk," Everett said. "Some are lifting things on to stages, or helping with set up and tear down. There's a whole range of whatever your interest is. We have needs in all kinds of areas."

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