Written by Rosie Manzo, Bourne House Member Leader
Barnstable County AmeriCorps Cape Cod teams up with Cape Cod National Seashore for 100th Anniversary!
National Volunteer Week 2016 is approaching fast!
That means we’re looking to encourage anyone and everyone to seek out ways to become engaged in their communities. Living on the Cape – you’re in luck! AmeriCorps Cape Cod is collaborating with the Cape Cod National Seashore for the National Park Service’s Centennial and to help get the seashore up and running for this coming summer season.
The week kicks off on Monday, April 11th, 2016 in Wellfleet at various sites including Coast Guard Beach, Nauset Light Beach, and Marconi Beach. Tuesday and Wednesday the service will head to Provincetown at the Province Lands Visitor Center and then to Head of the Meadow, Race Point, and Herring Cove Beach. Towards the end of the week, volunteers will serve in Truro at the Highlands Center and in Eastham at the Salt Pond Visitors Center. These projects will include a variety of work, such as painting, weeding parking lots, planting beach grass, installing fencing, and trail maintenance.
At the conclusion of the week, on Friday, April 15th, the National Seashore and Barnstable County AmeriCorps Cape Cod will host a Volunteer Recognition Event at the Salt Pond Visitor Center with food and games as a thank you to all those who volunteered their time throughout the week!
This National Volunteer Week project is made possible through a grant written by the Barnstable County Resource Development Office and funded by the Massachusetts Service Alliance and Barnstable County.
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We hope to see you there!