Month of the Military Child Event

We’re looking for volunteers to help with our Month of the Military Child Event on Saturday, 12 April 2014, at the Ellsworth AFB Youth Center.  Volunteers are needed from 1400 until 1800 to help with set up and clean up, games, face painting, cupcake walk and much more! Interested volunteers can contact me via email or telephone.

ANNE M. NOLL, GS-09
Youth Programs Director, Ellsworth AFB
DSN 675-2277
Comm (605) 385-2277

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4H Youth State Shoot

The shooting sports club is having a match this Saturday, March 22, 2014 for 4-H youth to qualify for the State Shoot. The youth will be competing with air rifles, BB guns and air pistols. We are looking for someone to work the registration table (1 person) and scoring the targets (2 people). Registration starts at 8am so the registration table volunteer would need to be there by 7:45am. The volunteers that want to score targets will need to be there by 8:30 until 3pm depending on number of youth shooting. The contest starts at 9am.
It would be nice if whomever comes and helps is comfortable being around guns. The person to contact if they are interested in helping is Steve Bertsch, Black Hills Shooters Leader, at 605-484-1372.

YFS Kids Fair

YFS is still looking for volunteers. This is a fun volunteer opportunity to support the local community. Please consider donating your time!

Ellsworth AFB Volunteers!

Volunteers are needed for the YFS kids fair happening 5, 6, and 7 April.

Our shifts of need include:
April 4th and 5th – 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 pm and 11:45 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
April 6th – 11:45 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Please fill out the volunteer form Kids Fair volunteer sign-up 2014 and contact Darcie Decker, YFS Community Outreach Director ddecker@youthandfamilyservices.org
605.341.7201 (office)

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Wildlife Sanctuary Clean-Up

They are still in need of volunteers! Please contact SSgt Jonathan Plascencia if you’re interested in helping out, 385-5447.

Ellsworth AFB Volunteers!

Mark your calendars for March 15 and 16 to help spiff up the animal’s homes.  The winter has been long and hard; all the animals are wanting help to prepare their world for the summer season.

Bring your gloves, rubber boots, yard wagons, chain saws, garbage cans, rakes, shovels, pruners, trailers, and bobcats to make the cleaning process easier and less strenuous, not to mention, safer.

We will be cleaning the winter straw from enclosures, pulling weeds, trimming storm-broken trees, stacking-out firewood, poop scooping, and organizing necessity items.  We might even be moving some small buildings, if we can find enough willing volunteers.

We won’t stop there, we invite you back again for our super 4-day construction event April 25-28.  These days we will skirt the Yurt and construct a wrap-around deck to finish it off.  Not only that the black bears from Ohio need a catch-up pen built and…

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