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Volunteers!

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 Easter Egg Hunt 

Saturday, April 8• 9:30A-1:15P
Stony Creek (5850 W. 103rd St.)

Volunteers needed to assist with the hunts. Ages 13 & up. 

Dress for weather. (tm) 


 Scott’s Pitch Hit and Run

Sat, April 8• 10:30A-12:30P

Volunteers are needed to keep time, keep score & check-in participants
at the Community Pavilion (94th & Oak Park Ave.) Must be age 16 & up.(dp)
 


  Adopt-a-Flowerbed FREE 

Adopt a flowerbed in one of our 30 parks and help beautify your park district. Who can adopt a garden? Gardeners, families, scout troops, clubs, groups of friends and you can adopt a flowerbed and care for it in memory of a loved one. This program is approved for Illinois Master Gardener Volunteer hours. See full listing in Adult Interests section. Mark Your Calendar! In order to be in the Adopt-a-Flowerbed program all volunteers need to attend one of the trainings.You may choose morning or evening. (df) Volunteer Training Meeting(Mandatory). 

Code              Day     Dates   Time

427212-01     Tu     5/02   10-11A
427212-02     Tu    5/02    6:30-7:30P

 


 Stony Creek Clean-Up (Age: 8 & up)

Stony Creek Clean-up for the 25th Annual Chicago River DayIn collaboration with the Friends of the Chicago River, volunteers will be working side-by-side to collect garbage. Make sure to arrive with a smile and clothes you don't mind getting a little dirty! Will proceed rain or shine. The minimum age is 8 years old, however we are a “family-friendly” site. Younger children can enjoy the park facilities with a parent while the rest of the family works at the Chicago River Day/Stony Creek Clean-up. Please pre-register for this event and include your t-shirt size using the program code listed. (ms)

Meeting Location: Wolfe Wildlife Pavilion(109th & Laramie)

Code             Days      Date    Time

 416100-01    Sa        5/13     9A-12P


  Pantry Garden 

Located within the Oak Lawn Community garden is the OL Pantry Garden. The purpose of a pantry garden is to give the community a place to produce for local food pantries. We are in need of volunteers who can build more beds, help with planting the beds, caring for the veg plant, weed, harvest the produce and deliver the produce and more! We will have periodic gardening classes in the garden for both Pantry Volunteers and Allotment renters. These will be free for all interested. In order to volunteer you will need to register and sign a volunteer agreement. Please register at the Oak View Center only. Get on the email list early by emailing staff horticulturist Dolly Foster This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . A volunteer meeting will be announced through the email list.(df) 


 Counselor-In-Training Program 
Ages 14-16 year old 

The goal is to teach skills for future leadership positions. Teen must be mature, self-confident, and reliable, and must possess the initiative and have genuine interest in assisting counselors and site directors with daily camp activities. Applications are due to the Oak View Center by June 1st. (dm)


 Volunteer Application
 For more information about Volunteering for the Oak Lawn Park District
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