Rotary Club of Albury helped out and participated in this event.
Around 10 members and family showed up on behalf of the club to help cook sausages
Unfortunate the weather didn't help encourage a big turnout, with around 500 VOLUNTEERS showing-off their important role by attempting a Guinness World Record.
Red tiles were held overhead to form a giant ‘V’ at Albury Sports Ground, which was lit up from 5.30pm.
Thurgoona Men's Shed collected four tonnes of timber, which was cut up into 4000 sheets for the event.
On Tuesday, the men began to paint the rectangles in the national volunteer colour, red. Albury-Wodonga Volunteer Resource Bureau chief executive Jemma Toohey said they were hoping for 3000 people.
 Jemma Toohey & Ricky Taylor
“The record is for the most people making a letter,” she said.
“It is currently held in Japan at 2100 for the letter ‘M’.
“We thought we'd do a ‘V’ for volunteer and we will have a plane fly overhead to take photos.”
Image result for v for volunteer world record albury
Men's Shed garden manager Ricky Taylor, who helped make the 4000 odd tiles, said it was an “enormous job”.
“It is a big benefit for the people who do it,” he said.