City Memorial general manager Julie Dosser has been run off her feet lately and for good reason.
The club is preparing to host the prestigious 2020 State Champions Week from Sunday, an event normally held at Bendigo.
Dosser said more than 500 competitors were taking part.
"I did hear the accommodation is pretty booked out," she said.
A mountain of work is going into making it a safe event.
"We are so excited and so busy, we're trying to organise rosters for so many different areas such as COVIDSafe marshals," Dosser said.
There'll be car park attendants and cleaners among the people making the championships happen.
Dosser explained a marquee would be set up on City's outdoor green with a barbecue sizzling away.
She said there was also a huge base of volunteers helping Bowls Victoria (BV) mark games.
Markers have a crucial role in managing singles matches.
"On Wednesday, there's something like 60 markers helping Bowls Vic on that day," Dosser said.
The general manager indicated BV would be live-streaming some matches.
Dosser is also competing in the tournament.
She's playing women's fours on Sunday with her City Memorial teammates Pauline Burleigh, Moira Cooknell and Kate Lloyd.
"It's going to be pretty stiff competition," she said.
"I think I'm going to be exhausted before I even put a bowl down.
"We'll give it our best shot, it'll be a great experience."
Burleigh and Cooknell are also representing City in the women's over 60 pairs which starts Monday.
City's Neil Crisp is competing in the men's singles.
Dennington's Sheridan Barling is in the women's singles and Koroit teams are the men's triples and men's pairs.