I even got an award at the 2010 Labrador Nationals because I worked every event they had. They made me take a lap around the ring when giving out awards.
I have had judges like Kevin Burnell(sp?) tell me to slow down because it was hot and I was running to plant the blind and they thought it was too hot.
The fix for burnout is to bring in new club members. A local club here was in a bit of trouble and running out of workers and they decided to change things, they started having training days and providing food at training days, they had their meeting on training days, they started offering classes, they were active in procuring memebers, soon they had 70+ members and they had so much help they ended up with 2 people at every station. They helped out other local clubs and recieved help in return. At training days they required everyone to run a station for a few dogs and they trained you how to run a station. They worked very hard for a few years and then the club had enough workers that it was very easy in the following years. The one problem they discovered was they needed to teach a few more people to be chairman or Sec or gun capt or head marshall, but that will go quickly. They are very proud of their tests and strive to put on the best tests in the country.