The growth and continued success of Missouri River Relief rely heavily on our dedicated crew members who travel all along the Lower Missouri River with us to flawlessly plan and execute our programs year-round. This group of devoted volunteers share their expertise, detail to safety, and unmatched dedication throughout our programs as we educate and connect thousands of passionate community members all along the river we love and care for each year.
During our large-scale cleanups, it is impossible to experience everything that happens amongst this well-oiled machine. One of Missouri River Relief’s greatest traditions is our “Star Circle” following our large events. This tradition allows each crew member to have everyone’s undivided attention as they share their favorite river stories from the day. Laughs, tears, praises and thanks are shared in one of the most welcoming and inclusive atmospheres along the river valley.
All meetings begin with a social at 5:30 pm, with the meeting starting at 6:30 pm unless stated otherwise in the MRR Crew Newsletter before the meeting.
February 16 - Water Safety Training
February 18 - Water Safety Training
March 7 - MRR Crew Meeting
March 10 - Trailering Rodeo
March 11 - Trailering Rodeo
March 23 - Deckhand Training
April 4 - MRR Meet and Greet (canceled)
May 2 - MRR Crew Meeting
June 1 - MRR Crew Meeting
June 10 - 11 - MRR Crew Retreat
July 25 - MRR Crew Meeting
August 22 - MRR Crew Meeting
October 3 - MRR Crew Meeting (canceled)
November 9 - MRR Crew Meeting
The Annual Cornerstone Award is our organization’s highest honor. It recognizes a veteran River Relief crew or board member that has dedicated many years of service to the organization’s well-being. Their leadership and commitment to our mission have been essential to our success.