Help those affected by the floods, just in time for the holidays. Metro Volunteers, Rocky Mountain Church, City of Pinewood Springs and the Estes Park Valley community are coming together on Saturday, January 18, to honor the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther Kingand lend their Hearts and Hands.
You and 100+ of your closest friends, family members and colleagues are invited to descend on the Estes Park area to remind those affected by the floods that they have not been forgotten.
Volunteers should be prepared for a day in the outdoors at elevation. Dress in clothes that can get dirty and/or wet and be prepared for the weather. This is a rain, snow or shine event. Boots, work gloves and safety glasses are strongly recommended.
Bring along any tools or equipment that you think might be useful: shovels, chainsaws, pick up trucks w/ open bed, etc.
The volunteer day will culminate in a festive lunch for volunteers as a show of our appreciation for all of the efforts. Please bring a refillable water bottle for yourself.
Parking is very limited at the work sites and all volunteers will be meeting at the Estes Park Fairgrounds, Park-and-Ride at 9:00 AM. From there, volunteers will carpool and be transported to a variety of sites near the Estes Park area.
From Northern Colorado: Take I-25 to Hwy 34 West. Follow Hwy 34 into Estes Park and follow the signs for the Fairgrounds at Stanley Park on Manford Avenue, just east of Highway 7 and south of Highway 36.
From Denver/Boulder: Take 36 West to Estes Park. Take a right onto Community Drive. Take a left onto Manford Avenue and the Park-And-Ride will be on the right side.