Lake Metroparks is looking for volunteers for Golf Marshals, Starters and Cart Attendants
at Pine Ridge Country Club (Saturday afternoons and evenings.)
Apply online or call
Merle at 440-585-3418 for more information.
Volunteering for something you believe in
one of the most gratifying and enjoyable things you can do and there’s
a bonus—volunteering is fun!
Volunteering is such a wonderful way of giving back
community. In the process, you may find that you are also
helping yourself. As we go about our daily volunteering, we
often fail to take the time to enjoy the things around us.
have you given yourself lately? When was the last time you
took a walk in the park, visited the lake just to watch the tide,
discovered the beauty of
some of a new park, took a hike, rode
your bike, watched the sun rise or set, eyed the birds up in the
sky. Take time to marvel at all of the wonderful
beauty to be
seen right here right now at Lake Metroparks!
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Lake Metroparks!
Many volunteers have skills, talents and expertise to offer. Some desire to learn more about a topic that interests them. Choose from hundreds of volunteer opportunities to use your skills and interests to help others, gain valuable experience, make new friends and feel good about contributing to your community.
Whether it's a few hours per week or one day a month, volunteering makes a difference in your life and the lives of your neighbors.
The Lake Metroparks Volunteer Department supports the
Lake Metroparks Mission Statement by providing a substantial resource of diverse volunteers to enrich and expand Lake Metroparks services and programs as well as generate goodwill through citizen participation in the Lake Metroparks system.
Lake Metroparks recognizes volunteers are a valuable resource that enrich and expand park district services and programs. Volunteerism generates goodwill through citizen participation
and is recognized as an educational
and recreational program due to intrinsic benefits gained from volunteering.
Lake Metroparks encourages and provides opportunities for the participation of volunteers.
Eleven students from Boston University are spending their spring break volunteering at Lake Metroparks. The trip is arranged through the university’s Alternative Spring Break (ASB) program. The students are helping our Outdoor Education staff in different areas of our park system this week.
The students from BU experienced the GREEN MAN GROUP float in a dress rehearsal in preparation for Lake Metropark's entry in the
St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Downtown Cleveland. Earlier in the week, the BU students helped take down lights and clean up at the ski center. They also became official toymakers as they spent time cutting wooden toys in preparation for Santa’s Toy Workshop, part of Country Lights.