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Volunteer Orientation Set at Twin Pines

Feb 11, 2014

Volunteers contribute in a variety of ways including programs, youth fishing clinics, archery programs, information desk, program preparation, prop construction, event planning, gift shop sales, landscaping and much more. If you have talents you are willing to share that help other Missourians discover nature, you are encouraged to attend. If you can help out each week or just at the larger events such as Heritage Day, every volunteer is important to the success of the Center.

If you have a little free time and wonder if volunteering is right for you, spend a few hours at Twin Pines CEC to see how you can help Missourians discover nature. Sign up for the orientation on Saturday, February 15 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. The session will consist of an orientation and introduction to Twin Pines grounds, exhibits and Missouri Department of Conservation programs. It is designed to help participants determine if volunteering at Twin Pines is right for them. To register or for more information contact Twin Pines in the Related Information section below.

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Making Fish Print T-shirts at Twin Pines Family Fishing Day
Making Fish Print T-shirts at Twin Pines Family Fishing Day

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