When Jonathan Kimble opens the calendar on his phone, little dots denoting a Mountaineer obligation pepper the month of September - and the rest of the year, for that matter.
Every day, there's a meet and greet, a luncheon or a visit. There is football on the weekends and soccer in between. Come spring, there will be both men's and women's basketball.
Elementary schools, hospitals and alumni events all request appearances by the man donning the buckskins.
And he has delivered.
Kimble, the 62nd official Mountaineer Mascot for West Virginia University, has attended more than 500 events outside of football, basketball, soccer, volleyball, swimming, rifle and other athletic events since he was named to the position in April 2012.
That's about triple what other Mountaineer mascots have accomplished in the past, said Sonja Wilson, Mountainlair senior programming administrator who handles mascot appearances.
"He's been very active from the onset," Wilson said. "If he's working out with the team at Mountaineer Field and sees a special tour come by, he'll throw on the buckskins and treat the kids as they come out. That's just the type of person he is. That's Jonathan."
While attending all home and away football games and men's and women's basketball contests are required duties, the numerous award ceremonies, banquets, conferences, classroom visits, fundraisers, school assemblies and parades are not.
"Being the Mountaineer, it's a once in a lifetime opportunity," Kimble, 25, said. "I'm trying to make the most of it by attending everything I possibly can. If I have a free day, I try to go to the children's hospital, elementary schools and day cares to give back to West Virginia and help out any way I can."
Kimble, dressed in his custom buckskins, coonskin hat and carrying his musket, made it a personal goal to visit all 55 counties during his tenure. With half a year of his two-year term left, he has made it to about 45 counties - many of which include stops at elementary schools.
"A lot of kids don't get to make it up here for a basketball or football game, so the only interaction they may get with the university is through me," Kimble said.
His roles range from being a guest to an emcee to a presenter.
"I was able to go to my hometown and visit the elementary school there," the Franklin native said. "My football coach is now the principal, and I got to see my elementary teachers, and we all sang 'Country Roads.' That was special to me."
The passionate and fierce Kimble has been to 15 different states and traveled more than 40,000 miles, making memories along the way.