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31st Iowa Company B Living History Lookout Mtn June 24-26,2016

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  • #16
    Re: 31st Iowa Company B Living History Lookout Mtn June 24-26,2016

    31st Iowa Company B Lookout Mountain
    Living History June 24-26, 2016
    Hairy Nation Boys Sponsors
    WAIVER OF LIABILITY, RELEASE ASSUMPTION OF RISK & INDEMNITY AGREEMENT
    It is the purpose of this agreement to exempt, waive and relieve releasees from liability for personal injury, property damage, and wrongful death, including if caused by negligence, including the negligence, if any, of releasees. “Releasees” include the Hairy Nation Boys its officers and directors, event hosts, other participants, sponsors, if any, and the ______________________________.
    For and in consideration of the undersigned participant’s registration to participate in the re-enactment event to be held at _________________________________________ on the _____________________ 20____, the participant, and parents(s) or legal guardian(s), if participant is under the age of 18, hereby waive, release and relinquish any and all claims for liability and cause(s) of action, including for personal injury, property damage or wrongful death occurring to participant arising out of participation in the HNB sponsored and hosted re-enactment event, and/or activities incidental hereto, whenever or however they occur and for such period said activities continue, and by this agreement any such claims, rights, and causes of action that participant may have are hereby waived, released and relinquished, and participant does so on behalf of participant’s heirs, executors, administrators and assigns.
    Participant, and parent(s) or legal guardian(s), if participant is under the age of 18, acknowledge, understand and assume all risks relating to Civil War re-enacting, and understand that Civil War re-enacting involves risks to participant’s person including bodily injury, partial or total disability, paralysis and death, and damages which may arise therefore and that I have full knowledge of said risks. These risks and dangers may be caused by the negligence of the participant or the negligence of others, including the “releasees” identified in this document. I agree to abide by and be bound under the By-Laws and Safety & Authenticity Rules of the HNB and all rules and regulations set forth by __________________________________.
    Participant, and parent(s) or legal guardian(s), if participant if under the age of 18, acknowledge that he/she has been provided and have read the above paragraphs and have not relied upon any representations of releasees, that they are fully advised of the potential dangers of Civil War re-enacting and understand these waivers and releases are necessary to allow Civil War re-enacting to exist in its present form.


    PLEASE PRINT ALL INFORMATION
    Name ____________________________________________ Unit______________________
    First Person Name:__________________
    Address __________________________________________

    City ____________________________ State _______________
    Zip Code _________________
    Phone number _____________________________________
    In case of emergency, please contact _________________________ (____)_________________
    Participant Signature:
__________________________________ Date__________________________________
    Parent or Guardian Signature (if participant in under the age of 18): __________________________________ Date:______________________________

    Ration and Preservation Donation
    Please send $25.00 money order or Paypal to:
    Mike Palada

    6140 Davis Prairie Trl

    Fulton, MO 65251

    cell# 314-960-3264

    PayPal through mikepalada@yahoo.com
    Nathan Hellwig
    AKA Harrison "Holler" Holloway
    "It was the Union armies west of the Appalachians that struck the death knell of the Confederacy." Leslie Anders ,Preface, The Twenty-First Missouri

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    • #17
      Re: 31st Iowa Company B Living History Lookout Mtn June 24-26,2016

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      Nathan Hellwig
      AKA Harrison "Holler" Holloway
      "It was the Union armies west of the Appalachians that struck the death knell of the Confederacy." Leslie Anders ,Preface, The Twenty-First Missouri

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      • #18
        Re: 31st Iowa Company B Living History Lookout Mtn June 24-26,2016

        Fellows,

        Registration is now open for those that are dead-set on coming to Lookout Mtn, and want to secure a spot early-on. See the registration info above. Thanks.
        Mike Palada
        aka Lemuel Ellington, Hairy Nation Boys

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        • #19
          Re: 31st Iowa Company B Living History Lookout Mtn June 24-26,2016

          It is with sadness that I have to write that our planned living history at Lookout Mtn has been cancelled. Got word today that NPS staff has a required event and they cannot have us that weekend. All other dates did not work with our schedule. Our goal is to try and deconflict with other events. And early June is to close to Picket Post and the fall conflicts with a few events.
          As of right now we are working on another living history at another battlefield. (Think central Tennessee, good preservation effort) Hopefully we will have an answer in a few days. For those of you who have already sent in your registration we will refund your money.
          Nathan Hellwig
          AKA Harrison "Holler" Holloway
          "It was the Union armies west of the Appalachians that struck the death knell of the Confederacy." Leslie Anders ,Preface, The Twenty-First Missouri

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          • #20
            Re: 31st Iowa Company B Living History Lookout Mtn June 24-26,2016

            Our plan B fell through. For those of you who have paid a full refund will be sent. Sorry boys, I tried. Holler
            Nathan Hellwig
            AKA Harrison "Holler" Holloway
            "It was the Union armies west of the Appalachians that struck the death knell of the Confederacy." Leslie Anders ,Preface, The Twenty-First Missouri

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