Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Anyone interested in becoming a ski patroller at Sunlight Mountain Resort can meet and ski with the Sunlight Volunteer Ski Patrol from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. March 30 or March 31. Pick the day that works best. Meet at the first aid clinic next to the lodge in the morning. A liability release waiver must be signed before getting started. Lift tickets will be provided for participants who don’t have a Sunlight Mountain pass.
After meeting many of the ski patrollers in the morning, the qualifications, duties and responsibilities of the job will be discussed. There will be plenty of time to get out on the mountain with this group of volunteers. The day will include an evaluation of participants’ skiing skills. Intermediate or higher skiing ability is required. Bring a brown bag lunch or grab something at the lodge.
For more information, contact Keith Henderson at (970) 379-0305 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Garfield County Libraries is making a special place for kids in the new Carbondale Branch Library. The new children’s area will feature an original art piece with community members’ treasures embedded in it. To participate in the project, donate favorite pocket treasures or other small and slender items to the Gordon Cooper Branch Library by April 1, and then come check them out when the new library opens in July. Call the library at 963-2889 for more information.
Spring is soon arriving and so is the new town of Carbondale community garden. Located behind the Third Street Center, the Third Street Community Partnership Garden is having an informational meeting 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 3, at Carbondale Town Hall. Learn more about the process of getting into the lottery for a plot, and if interested in volunteering in this community garden. Spanish interpretation will be provided.
Applications and information can be picked up at the Carbondale Recreation Center or download at http://www.carbondalerec.com. Applicants must live with Carbondaletown limits. Contact Tami Stroud, 618-3117, or Elizabeth Cammack, 963-0151.
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