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Group Application (Bear, Elk, Coyote and Owl)
I have read and agree to abide by the policies, regulations and safety recommendations as put forth by the Town of Castle Rock (for myself or as the representative of the above listed group) in regard to the POST Partners program. I understand that this is an application for the POST Partners program and that a Parks and Recreation representative will contact me to finalize an agreement. In addition, I understand that the Parks and Recreation Director will make the final determination as to whether a group can participate and make the final park assignment.
Two-year time commitment. Must meet at least once a month between April
and October of each year. An adoption sign recognizing the group/organization’s efforts will be ordered after three months of service and placed at the adopted location. Each participant will receive a POST volunteer t-shirt to wear during the work outings.
One-year time commitment. For school groups, after-school programs, businesses, etc., able to commit to seven months of stewardship. Elk will receive a plaque acknowledging the group’s efforts at the end of the annual agreement plus water bottles for each participant.
Projects for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Eagle Scouts and Girl Scout troops. Upon request, Coyotes will receive special patches for their brag vests, acknowledging their contributions to the community, as well as POST t-shirts and/or water bottles for their participation.
For individuals who are available a limited amount of time but would like to contribute. These Land Stewards can participate by themselves or with other individuals who have the same interests. They can participate in community workdays or other available activities: assisting with displays, brochures, photography and interpretive program design; wildlife inventories; cleanup, weeding and habitat restoration; trail building and repair; trail host; bicycle rides; special events; recreational hikes; and office assistance, including database management, recruiting, marketing, sponsorships, newsletter, etc. Beavers must complete the Individual Volunteer Application to specify their volunteer interests.
For organizations wishing to conduct a one-day or multi-day Community Project. Community Projects include litter removal, graffiti removal, planting of shrubs, flowers and trees, weeding and special projects. Volunteers receive POST t-shirts and/or water bottles for their participation.
For students within the Douglas County School District wishing to complete their required community service hours for graduation. These Community Service Workers can participate in community workdays. Squirrels should complete the Individual Volunteer Application to specify their volunteer interests such as park clean-ups, trail maintenance, crew leaders, special events, etc.
For individuals, businesses or organizations wishing to contribute monetarily or with tangible goods. Materials may include, but are not limited to, trees, shrubs, annual flowers, wildflower seed, picnic tables, benches, bike racks, playground equipment, building materials, signs and interpretive displays. Other items could include giveaways for the volunteer groups, first aid kits, water bottles or bottled water, snack items, volunteer recognition giveaway items for the annual recognition event, etc.
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