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Sunday, September 23, 2018

WTS Colorado Student Chapter Community Service Event - Sept. 23

08:00 AM - 11:00 AM Mountain Standard Time



Please join the WTS Colorado Student Chapter for their upcoming community service event! This is a perfect opportunity for professionals and students to mingle in a non-traditional setting and help clean up our city. Please RSVP here so we can give Denver Parks and Rec an accurate number of volunteers.

 
Please join the WTS Colorado Student Chapter for their upcoming community service event! This is a perfect opportunity for professionals and students to mingle in a non-traditional setting and help clean up our city. Please RSVP here so we can give Denver Parks and Rec an accurate number of volunteers.
 
Sunday, Sept. 23
8 - 11 A.M.
 
Cherry Creek Trail
Meet at the bridge located at Speer Blvd. & W Colfax Ave.*
 
Project Leader: Rudy Luevano
After the event: TBD
 
*No Parking is available. Volunteers will be walking.
 
Please Remember to Bring:

         Liability Waivers (sign prior for faster registration.) Click here to download.

         Work Gloves (we will have extra)

Sun Screen

Filled Water Bottle

Appropriate Attire for the Weather

Sturdy Footwear (no open toe shoes)

All children must be supervised. Do not bring pets.

 
Site Safety - Be aware of and address unique situations:

Be aware of your surroundings, don't work alone

Watch for hazardous footing, uneven surfaces, slippery banks, tripping hazards

Watch for hazardous vegetation weeds, tall grasses, poison ivy, etc.

Be aware of park users, especially bicyclists on trails

Be aware of waste hazards, glass, needles, empty containers, etc. Always sweep, rake or shovel glass. Never pick up sharp objects with your hands

NEVER TOUCH NEEDLES! Notify your Project Leader immediately, and he/she will dispose of the needles

Do not reach into "blind" areas with bare hands

Cross streets at signals or crosswalks

When working in or around a gutter, work from the sidewalk

When possible, stay on the sidewalk, never walk in the street

 
Please contact Jessica Stemley or Meredith Suelau with any questions.

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