Rose Bowl Riders is a volunteer organization – maintained, governed and run by the membership.

It is each member’s (adults & children alike) responsibility to promptly clean up after themselves and their horse or the horse they are riding. ALL manure must be picked up and placed in a muck bucket or bin, rubber mats swept and all debris raked up and thrown away. Strive to leave the facility better than you found it!

Members are encouraged to attend the spring & fall work days and help in some capacity throughout the year. There are many different ways to volunteer at RBR, from serving on the board or committees, facility maintenance, aiding with the monthly newsletter, event planning and support. Please let us know if you have any ideas of how you might best serve your Club and community!

Each membership must record at least 12 hours of volunteer service to RBR, or pay to opt out. The volunteer period begins & ends at the November annual meetings. Unworked hours will be billed at $12.50/hour. Members are asked to self-report their volunteer hours via Track It Forward.

Our junior members may earn service hours for school and scouting – just ask any board member to sign off on their volunteer hours.



RBR or RBRCO Board of Directors:

 Facility Maintenance – contact Walt Myers

  • Water/drag arenas

  • Electrical/carpentry

  • Welding/mechanical

  • Handy-person

Communications & More – contact Kristyn Gonnerman

  • Monthly newsletter

  • Publicity/marketing

  • Social media

  • Photography

  • Attend community meetings & report back


Upcoming volunteer opportunities