Events Calendar

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  • Saturday 4/30/22

    • Apr 30
      9:45AM – 2:00PM
      Jeffco Boys & Girls Club
      Add to Calendar 2022-04-30T09:45:00 2022-04-30T14:00:00 America/New_York Yale Day of Service: CO, Lakewood – Boys and Girls Club State Education Day

      Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver helps kids succeed in school, develop good character and citizenship, and live healthy lives at 21 neighborhood clubs and our summer camp in the mountains through low or no-cost opportunities to participate in fun and educationally enriching activities after school, during the school day, and all summer long. This event will take place at the JeffCo location.

      Volunteers will help the organization run the State Education Day Event, which will include activity stations where volunteers will be helping run a main activity alongside a staff member. This will include helping teams get materials, keeping track of time, awarding points, etc. and trivia stations where volunteers will be asking trivia questions to teams and giving out 10 pts to teams who answer correctly. Volunteers may also be asked to help judge for our “Best Game Piece” and “Best Dressed” awards as well.

      COVID-19 vaccinations are required and volunteers must fill out a health waiver form and bring to the site on the day of the event.

      Parking is available on site.

      Who's Coming?

      Contact: Hasib Nasirullah '11 or Boys & Girls Club Coordinator: Camille Bolos

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  • Saturday 5/7/22

    • May 7
      10:00AM – 1:00PM
      Sombrero Marsh Environmental Education Center
      Add to Calendar 2022-05-07T10:00:00 2022-05-07T13:00:00 America/New_York Yale Day of Service: CO, Boulder - Sombrero Marsh Environmental Education Center

      Volunteers will do landscaping and weeding under the supervision of Thorne Nature Experience and City of Boulder Open Space staff members.
      We will have tools and work gloves, but bring your favorite garden tool if you wish.
      Wear a hat and bring sunscreen and your water bottle.
      There is plenty of parking. If you wish to stay later and have a sack lunch, please bring that with you.

      Turn south at the traffic light at 63rd and Arapahoe and follow that road through a gate and along the Marsh to our building.

      Who's Coming?

      Contact: Dr. Oakleigh “Oak” Thorne, Y’51, at 720-224-8976. We look forward to seeing you! 

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