Main Street Square seeks Beverage Garden Volunteers

Do you enjoy the many events at Main Street Square during Summer Nights in downtown Rapid City? Then consider being a volunteer.

Volunteers are needed to work in the beverage garden at Main Street Square. Volunteers are responsible for serving beverages, handling cash and making change, following cash policies, communicating with staff on inventory needs, and other tasks as requested. Some minor clean up may be required at the end of the event.

For more information, call (605) 716-7979 or email Morgan@mainstreetsquarerc.com.

Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons needs Troop Leaders

WE BELIEVE IN GIRLS!  If you do too be a part of the world’s largest organization for girls and help us change the world, one girl at a time. Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons not just about cookies, camps and crafts anymore. We are building girls of courage, confidence, and character who are making the world a better place.

Volunteering with Girl Scouts is flexible and can be tailored to meet the needs and talents of our volunteers and girls alike. Current volunteer opportunities include troop leader or co-leader, community center troop volunteers.

All volunteers must complete our volunteer application process, including a background check and interview, to become an approved Girl Scout volunteer.

For more information, call 605-343-6355

YFS Kids Fair – 28 -30 Apr 17

The YFS Kids Fair is a fun, three-day event that celebrates children and their families. Kids Fair offers attendees a large variety of hands-on activities, inflatables, mini-train rides, face painting, live entertainment, and more! Last year, Kids Fair hosted more than 9,725 children and their families.

Kids Fair volunteers are needed to assist with tickets, line control, staffing attractions, monitoring doors and more. Volunteers are needed to work a four-hour shift (two-hour shifts can be provided upon request) on any or each day of Kids Fair, 28 – 30 Apr 17.

For more information, email ddecker@youthandfamilyservices.org.

Habitat for Humanity Spearfish seeks ReStore Cashier

The Habitat for Humanity Restore in Spearfish seeks volunteers to assist in the store. Duties include assisting customers in making purchases and using the point-of-sale software and cash register system to keep accurate records of sales and inventory. Volunteers will practice good customer service by welcoming and thanking all customers. A background check is required.

Help build homes, communities and hope by becoming a Habitat for Humanity volunteer! Volunteer duties include assisting customers in making purchases and using our point-of-sale software and cash register system to keep accurate records of sales and inventory. Volunteers will practice good customer service by welcoming and thanking all customers. Background check required.

For more information, call 605-717-1882.

Storybook Island needs your help!

Storybook Island seeks volunteers or volunteer groups to help with general clean-up of the park prior to it’s opening. Volunteers are needed from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 8, and Saturday, April 22. Volunteers are welcome to volunteer one or both days and shorter shifts are also available.

This volunteer opportunity helps to ensure that Storybook Island is clean and ready for its opening on Saturday, May 27.

For more information, call Jackie at (605) 342-6377 or email her at jackie@storybookisland.com.

Volunteers are needed for YFS Kids Fair

Youth & Family Services annual Kids Fair is a fun, three-day event that celebrates children and their families. Kids Fair offers attendees a large variety of hands-on activities, inflatables, mini-train rides, face painting, live entertainment, and more! Last year, Kids Fair hosted more than 9,725 children and their families.
Kids Fair volunteers are needed to assist with tickets, line control, staffing attractions, monitoring doors and more.
Volunteers are needed to work a four-hour shift (two-hour shifts can be provided upon request) on any or each day of Kids Fair, 28 – 30 Apr 17.

 

For more information, email ddecker@youthandfamilyservices.org.

Looking for a volunteer project? Adopt-a-Park

Rapid City Parks & Recreation seeks volunteers to Adopt-A-Park!

Why Adopt-A-Park?

The individuals and groups who become involved in the Adopt-A-Park Program are contributing to the betterment of the community by making park areas cleaner.

WHO CAN ADOPT-A-PARK?

Any individual, neighborhood, group, or organization can Adopt-A-Park as a volunteer project. The Parks Department will continue to provide regular maintenance, while the individuals and groups will be asked to assist with the special care of the adopted areas. A letter of understanding which clarifies the responsibilities of the participating individuals or groups will be signed by the individuals or by a representative of the group and by the Parks Division Manager. Citizen ideas and suggestions about park area improvements are appreciated.

SCHEDULING
The Parks Department hopes that Adopt-A-Park participants will fulfill their commitment at least three times a year. The suggested scheduling would be late spring, mid-summer, and fall.

GUIDELINES
Litter and debris removal, weed control, flower care, reporting vandalism, and identifying hazards are the primary responsibilities of the Adopt-A-Park participants. Planting trees and shrubs, painting, and carpentry projects are additional tasks which should be coordinated with the Parks Department. The Parks Department can provide necessary tools, equipment, and materials, as well as trash bags.

For more information, call 605-394-4175.