The Advocate Safehouse Project is hosting its spring volunteer advocacy training. Tap into your “inner advocate” and help support survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault by serving on our 24 hour helpline. Advocate Safehouse Project needs your help. Training starts April 1 and will be held two nights a week throughout the month of April. For more information call the Advocate Safehouse Project at 945-2632.
Six Re-1 schools are hosting slam poet Logan Phillips for a week of performances and workshops beginning April 1. Logan will be performing for each school in an assembly and then interested students will sign up to be in a 90-minute workshop with him. Steve O’geara-Standiford has offered up his cozy venue of Steve’s Guitars for a community performance at 7 p.m. April 2. After spending time writing and performing with students from Carbondale and Glenwood Middle Schools, and Glenwood, Basalt, Bridges and Yampah, students will have an opportunity to strut their stuff on Friday night for a performance that will share their experience with you. Logan will also be performing at that event.
The Glenwood Springs Elks Lodge 2286 will be serving lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, April 1, through Thursday, April 4, to disabled veterans from across the nation while they are in Snowmass Village participating in the 27th annual National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic. After lunch, the veterans will be transported to the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool.
The Elks are looking for volunteers to help serve food, visit with the vets and enjoy a rewarding experience hearing their stories. They are also looking for donations of baked goods and desserts for the veterans to take with them back to their hotel or enjoy on the ride from the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool back to Snowmass Village.
To volunteer you time or deserts, contact Ann Maggard at email@example.com or 970-948-4829 or Glenwood Springs Elks Lodge at 970-945-2286. You need not be a member to participate.
Volunteers are needed Saturday, April 6, for the annual community clean-up at Hubbard Mesa north of Rifle. High Country Four Wheelers, White River Trail Runners, the Bureau of Land Management, local businesses and off-highway vehicle groups are sponsoring the clean-up. Volunteers will meet at 9 a.m. at the Hubbard Mesa Trailhead. To reach the trailhead, travel north from Rifle on Fravert Reservoir Road for 1.5 miles. and keep right on County Road 290 for another mile to the parking lot. Dress in long pants, sturdy work shoes and leather gloves and bring rakes and shovels if possible. Lunch will be provided. The clean-up should be completed by 3 p.m.
The event features the grand opening of the trailhead for the Hubbard Mesa OHV Area. The newly completed trailhead includes three open-shade structures with picnic tables, a double vault-style restroom, and informational kiosks. A 12-foot-wide, fenced motocross track has also been constructed adjacent to the parking area. For more information, call Greg Noss, 366-2237, or Dan Alvis, 309-5368.
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