Cedar Creek Lake

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Volunteers Needed: Group Volunteer Day August 31

Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch

Are you looking to gain volunteer experience with a non-profit organization?     

Are you part of a group that likes to help out in the community?

If so, and if you love animals, we need your help!

We’re hosting a Facilities Team Volunteer Day to provide much needed help in finishing up projects so we can provide for more animals.  We’re in need of up to 10 more volunteers for all day or half day Saturday, August 31. We’ll provide plant based lunch and snacks for all volunteers.

Painting of habitat walls and caging, building wood platforms, assist with the installation of drainage lines, demolition & clean up, and fence construction.

Must be 18 years old and sign a volunteer waiver and release of liability form. Copy of current negative TB test preferred, otherwise masks may be required for some activities. Tetanus inoculation is strongly recommended.

Date: August 31, 2019
Time: 7am-11am, 12pm-4pm or 7am-4pm
If interested please contact us by August 28:
Leah Pate, Offiice Manager/Volunteer Coordinator
903-469-3811 ext. 100



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