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PRSRTS TD U.S. POSTAGE PAID Cleveland, Ohio Permit No. 2911

Winter/Spring 2014

4101 Fulton Parkway, Cleveland, OH 44144 ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED DATED MATERIAL DO NOT DELAY

Upcoming Events and Opportunities February 17

Fairy Tales & Frogs

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

March History of Maple Sugaring 1, 2, 8, 9 Rocky River Reservation March 15

Annual Return of the Buzzards Hinckley Reservation

March 16

Buzzard Sunday!

Hinckley Reservation

Sandy Emery Volunteer Site

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Volunteer Vista The Volunteer Vista section provides an opportunity to get to know fellow Cleveland Metroparks volunteers. On-site volunteer coordinators submit suggestions for which volunteer to highlight. From those suggestions, volunteer names are selected at random. Favorite Volunteer Activity

Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Sandy Emery

How did you get involved with Cleveland Metroparks?

In 1999 Sandy decided to consider the zoo for stress relief and to do something she felt she would enjoy. She attended the Volunteer Safari to learn about volunteering, interviewed and was accepted to participate in training. Later that year, Sandy was accepted into the 9-week docent training program and successfully started as a docent at the end of 1999. Sandy shares, “At first volunteering at the zoo was my getaway from everything going on, but over time it has truly grown into a passion!”

Sandy participates in both service and docent volunteer activities. She enjoys assisting with animal care in both capacities and also serves as a service volunteer mentor to new volunteers. Considering service activities, Sandy enjoys the information booth the most. She says, “I love to people watch and talk with the visitors. I ask them where they are from and share information about the Zoo.” As a docent, Sandy’s favorite activity is her opportunity to interact with and teach guests through “Get Close” programs. During these programs Sandy handles a live education animal and shares valuable information about the animal’s natural history. Most memorable volunteer moments

One of Sandy’s most memorable moments occurred during a Senior Safari event at the Zoo while Sandy was handling an armadillo as part of a Get Close program. Sandy recalls, “Coming toward me was an older blind woman who was being lead by her family. I told her that I was holding an armadillo. I found out that she did have her sight at some point, so she could understand some references. During the time we interacted we discovered the armadillo together as she touched and experienced as I explained different characteristics so she could “see” the animal in front of her.”

Why do you volunteer?

Sandy has a passion for volunteering at the Zoo! Sandy shares, “I enjoy the people we serve and I like knowing that I made the day a little easier for staff. Making a difference makes me happy and that is what I feel I do at the Zoo!” In addition to volunteering, Sandy enjoys arts and crafts, sewing and scrapbooking. She and her husband, Bob, have two children and five grandchildren. Comments from Program/Site Staff

Lynn Charles, Manager of Zoo Volunteer Services and Jenna Senol, Zoo Volunteer Services Assistant truly appreciate Sandy’s involvement and service. Lynn shares, “Whether posting on Zoo grounds, working late nights/weekends at special events, animal care, personal time to support the Zoo’s effort of “zero waste tolerance”, assisting with fundraising for The Carousel, baking, crafting animal design jewelry, coordinating a Zoo-wide bake sale, or sewing and patching up Zoo uniforms for all divisions, it is probably Sandy Emery!” Jenna comments, “Sandy Emery is a leader by example, she inspires volunteers by her actions and encourages them to be the best they can be. Sandy brings fun to the volunteer program with her positive attitude and very contagious laugh.”

March 22 April 1

World Water Day

West Creek Reservation

Toad-ally Awesome Amphibians

North Chagrin Reservation

April 26

Party for the Planet

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

May 3

K-9 5K

Lakefront Reservation

May 9

Wild Ride

Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services 2013 was quite the year for Cleveland Metroparks and Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services! The organization was recognized and accredited through The Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) and also received amazing community support for Issue 80! In addition, Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services experienced changes as Park District and Zoo Volunteer Services merged in May 2013. Thanks to all volunteers for your patience and cooperation with these changes! During 2013, more than 350 new volunteers joined the volunteer corps to ensure that the nature centers, shops, programs, projects, golf courses, surveys, activities, events and Zoo were staffed and that visitors had positive experiences. In the coming months, look for the 2013 Volunteer Services Annual Report which will include a summary of all of last year’s volunteer activity and successes! In 2014, plans are in place to upgrade the volunteer database, increase the number of active youth volunteers and revise and expand the volunteer-only website resource page! Look for updates about these and other program upgrades in future emails and newsletters! Thanks to each of you for the precious gift of your time! All your efforts and services to the Park District and the Zoo are greatly appreciated. Best wishes to all for a happy and healthy 2014!

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Heather Triplett

May 11

Mother’s Day at the Zoo

Director of Volunteer Services

May 17

Children’s Fishing Derby

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation

May 18

June 1

Children’s Fishing Derby

Mill Stream Run Reservation (Wallace Lake)

Knee-High Naturalists

South Chagrin Reservation

June 7

Farm & Garden Day

Garfield Park Reservation Garfield Park Nature Center

June 7

Healthy Planet, Healthy People Fair & 5K Run/Walk Rocky River Reservation

June 14

Train Day

Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation – CanalWay Center

June 14

Meet Your Best Friend at the Zoo

SAVE THE DATE! The 2014 Cleveland Metroparks District-Wide Volunteer Picnic is scheduled for Friday, June 13th at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. All active Cleveland Metroparks volunteers who have donated a minimum of 15 cumulative hours will receive an invitation by midMay to the picnic! Save the date and make sure you have enough hours donated to be invited to this fun event!

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Please contact Millie at 440-253-2145 or Lisa at 440-253-2143 if you are interested in assisting at any of these events.

Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services 2277 West Ridgewood Drive Parma, OH 44134

Volunteers and staff celebrated volunteers at the 2013 volunteer picnic! Pictured are volunteers Sue Clark, Mike Clark, Robert Grant and Louise Grant with Conservation Education staff Jim Nemet

Volunteer Connection Volunteer Connection is a periodic email update that is sent to volunteers to share information about upcoming opportunities, special projects, happenings around town, and other information relevant to Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services. This publication is sent to all volunteers who have an email address on file. If you have a new email address and/or would like to be added to this distribution list, please contact Jackie Ashmun at 440-253-2144 or jla@clevelandmetroparks.com to sign up!


Golf Services Cleveland Metroparks eight golf courses offer a variety of volunteer opportunities ranging from merchandising the pro shops with new golf apparel and hard goods, to working with junior golfers participating in league play, or even helping with concession and catering events! Volunteer rangers monitor the pace of play and ensure golfers enjoy their round at Cleveland Metroparks. If you enjoy the game of golf consider volunteering at a Cleveland Metroparks golf course.

Outdoor Recreation Cleveland Metroparks Outdoor Recreation connects people to nature and promotes community health and well being for all ages and abilities. Year round activities include GPS, kayaking, snowshoeing, fishing, stand up paddleboarding and more. Volunteers are essential in helping provide safe, fun programs and staff is actively recruiting volunteers to assist with GPS, fishing, stand up paddleboarding, summer youth Volunteer Howard Kronick assists during an camps and other outdoor adaptive fishing program. recreation classes. We are also looking for seasoned power boaters with current First Aid and CPR certifications for our summer water trail safety monitor program. If you have an interest in working with people, the skills to assist with outdoor recreation classes, or want more information, contact Outdoor Recreation at 216-341-1704 or or@clevelandmetroparks. com. To learn more about outdoor recreation classes, visit clevelandmetroparks.com/or.

Trail Ambassadors Since 2005, Cleveland Metroparks and its visitors have benefitted from the service of Trail Monitor volunteers. These volunteers monitor Park District trails to interact with visitors, alert management crews to any hazardous situations and be first responders in emergencies on the trails. In 2013, a pilot program called the Urban Beach Ambassadors was developed, thanks to a start up grant from The Cleveland Foundation, to monitor the newly acquired Lakefront properties, with a focus on the beaches. In 2013, 185 Trail Monitor and Urban Beach Ambassador volunteers donated over 8,800 hours to monitoring designated trails in 16 Cleveland Metroparks reservations.

Due to similar purposes, the Trail Monitor and Urban Beach Ambassador programs will merge starting in 2014! The newly named “Trail Ambassador” program will ensure that all Cleveland Metroparks properties, including some of the Lakefront properties, will be monitored by volunteers. The purpose of the volunteers remains the same, their reach is just expanded! All new volunteers attend Trail Ambassador training and First Aid/ CPR certification in April. The summer season begins with a Kickoff Reception that brings together returning and new volunteers. In 2014, individuals, age 30 and older, are invited to participate in this fun and rewarding volunteer activity. Applications will be accepted through February 14th. A limited number of spaces are available for this activity.

restoration and management, education, and innovative community participation. The Watershed Volunteer Program (WVP) is an award-winning training program that engages active restoration stewards. Cleveland Metroparks Natural Resources staff, which are housed at the WSC, oversees the WVP. Other on-going opportunities for volunteers at the WSC are staffing the Welcome Desk and shop, assisting with educational programs, and maintaining the many gardens around the center. This spring will bring trainings for citizen science activities, including FrogWatch, bluebird trail monitoring, and breeding bird surveys.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Cleveland Metroparks Zoo offers two tiers of ongoing volunteer service: Service and Docent volunteers: Zoo Docent volunteer, Helen Allison, shares information about a hedgehog with young zoo visitors.

way to being considered for docent training. Anyone interested in becoming a zoo-specific volunteer should contact Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services at 440-253-2145 or volinfo@ clevelandmetroparks.com for more information. The next zoospecific training will be held in April. The deadline to apply for 2014 is March 1st. Aside from the ongoing volunteer options, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is in need of episodic (short-term) volunteers to assist during special events. Anyone 16 and older may be considered for these opportunities. Below is a list of some upcoming events and the volunteer needs to consider:

New Trails Division volunteers receive training on trail building and maintenance techniques.

Trails Division In April of 2012 the trails division was added to maintain and create the paths that make up the framework of the Park District. The focus of this past year has been on the creation of a new mountain bike and hiking trail in Bedford Reservation. A dedicated group of trail volunteers have already cut close to 10 miles of brand new trail that will give mountain bikers more options of where to go in Cleveland Metroparks after the success of Royalview’s mountain bike trail (in Mill Stream Run Reservation). The volunteer aspect of the trails division has grown since its creation and there are currently more than 50 registered volunteers, a number that continues to grow as the program expands. Although the trailbuilding season is closed for the winter, visitors can meander further through the changing seasons thanks to last year’s efforts of the trails crew and their volunteers.

Watershed Stewardship Center The Watershed Stewardship Center (WSC) in West Creek Reservation opened on June 21, 2013. This one-of-a-kind facility is the result of a unique partnership between Cleveland Metroparks, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, and the West Creek Conservancy. The mission of the WSC is to enhance and protect the health of our urban watersheds through scientific discovery, active

March Service volunteers, Nancy Koverman and Darlene Glass greet and answer visitor questions at the Zoo’s Welcome Plaza information booth!

Service Volunteer Service volunteers, along with Guest Service staff, are integral to ensuring that Zoo guests are informed about the facility, programs and events. Whether dispensing maps, other handouts, general information or just a smile, Service volunteers enhance a guests’ Zoo experience. Docent Volunteer Docent volunteers receive additional training and act as informal educators. Docent volunteers complement the education division by teaching Connections to Africa programs, providing “Get Close” experiences on grounds, and educating visitors through interpretive posting at the Zoo’s major exhibits. Only volunteers who have completed the zoo-specific volunteer training may participate as a service volunteer which paves the

St. Patricks Day Recycling - Volunteers assist with collection of recyclables by helping to collect and sort recycled items. Breakfast with the Easter Bunny - Volunteers assist with crafts and facepainting.

April Educators Open House – Volunteers assist with registration, distribution of materials, and give-a-ways. Party for the Planet - Volunteers are needed for many activities during this “Earth Day” event.

May Wild Ride at the Zoo - Volunteers assist with registration, distribution of loaner bikes and other tasks as needed. AAZK 5k Walk/Run - Volunteers staff this event and assist with registration, distribution of materials, on-site event questions and more.


Golf Services Cleveland Metroparks eight golf courses offer a variety of volunteer opportunities ranging from merchandising the pro shops with new golf apparel and hard goods, to working with junior golfers participating in league play, or even helping with concession and catering events! Volunteer rangers monitor the pace of play and ensure golfers enjoy their round at Cleveland Metroparks. If you enjoy the game of golf consider volunteering at a Cleveland Metroparks golf course.

Outdoor Recreation Cleveland Metroparks Outdoor Recreation connects people to nature and promotes community health and well being for all ages and abilities. Year round activities include GPS, kayaking, snowshoeing, fishing, stand up paddleboarding and more. Volunteers are essential in helping provide safe, fun programs and staff is actively recruiting volunteers to assist with GPS, fishing, stand up paddleboarding, summer youth Volunteer Howard Kronick assists during an camps and other outdoor adaptive fishing program. recreation classes. We are also looking for seasoned power boaters with current First Aid and CPR certifications for our summer water trail safety monitor program. If you have an interest in working with people, the skills to assist with outdoor recreation classes, or want more information, contact Outdoor Recreation at 216-341-1704 or or@clevelandmetroparks. com. To learn more about outdoor recreation classes, visit clevelandmetroparks.com/or.

Trail Ambassadors Since 2005, Cleveland Metroparks and its visitors have benefitted from the service of Trail Monitor volunteers. These volunteers monitor Park District trails to interact with visitors, alert management crews to any hazardous situations and be first responders in emergencies on the trails. In 2013, a pilot program called the Urban Beach Ambassadors was developed, thanks to a start up grant from The Cleveland Foundation, to monitor the newly acquired Lakefront properties, with a focus on the beaches. In 2013, 185 Trail Monitor and Urban Beach Ambassador volunteers donated over 8,800 hours to monitoring designated trails in 16 Cleveland Metroparks reservations.

Due to similar purposes, the Trail Monitor and Urban Beach Ambassador programs will merge starting in 2014! The newly named “Trail Ambassador” program will ensure that all Cleveland Metroparks properties, including some of the Lakefront properties, will be monitored by volunteers. The purpose of the volunteers remains the same, their reach is just expanded! All new volunteers attend Trail Ambassador training and First Aid/ CPR certification in April. The summer season begins with a Kickoff Reception that brings together returning and new volunteers. In 2014, individuals, age 30 and older, are invited to participate in this fun and rewarding volunteer activity. Applications will be accepted through February 14th. A limited number of spaces are available for this activity.

restoration and management, education, and innovative community participation. The Watershed Volunteer Program (WVP) is an award-winning training program that engages active restoration stewards. Cleveland Metroparks Natural Resources staff, which are housed at the WSC, oversees the WVP. Other on-going opportunities for volunteers at the WSC are staffing the Welcome Desk and shop, assisting with educational programs, and maintaining the many gardens around the center. This spring will bring trainings for citizen science activities, including FrogWatch, bluebird trail monitoring, and breeding bird surveys.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Cleveland Metroparks Zoo offers two tiers of ongoing volunteer service: Service and Docent volunteers: Zoo Docent volunteer, Helen Allison, shares information about a hedgehog with young zoo visitors.

way to being considered for docent training. Anyone interested in becoming a zoo-specific volunteer should contact Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services at 440-253-2145 or volinfo@ clevelandmetroparks.com for more information. The next zoospecific training will be held in April. The deadline to apply for 2014 is March 1st. Aside from the ongoing volunteer options, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is in need of episodic (short-term) volunteers to assist during special events. Anyone 16 and older may be considered for these opportunities. Below is a list of some upcoming events and the volunteer needs to consider:

New Trails Division volunteers receive training on trail building and maintenance techniques.

Trails Division In April of 2012 the trails division was added to maintain and create the paths that make up the framework of the Park District. The focus of this past year has been on the creation of a new mountain bike and hiking trail in Bedford Reservation. A dedicated group of trail volunteers have already cut close to 10 miles of brand new trail that will give mountain bikers more options of where to go in Cleveland Metroparks after the success of Royalview’s mountain bike trail (in Mill Stream Run Reservation). The volunteer aspect of the trails division has grown since its creation and there are currently more than 50 registered volunteers, a number that continues to grow as the program expands. Although the trailbuilding season is closed for the winter, visitors can meander further through the changing seasons thanks to last year’s efforts of the trails crew and their volunteers.

Watershed Stewardship Center The Watershed Stewardship Center (WSC) in West Creek Reservation opened on June 21, 2013. This one-of-a-kind facility is the result of a unique partnership between Cleveland Metroparks, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, and the West Creek Conservancy. The mission of the WSC is to enhance and protect the health of our urban watersheds through scientific discovery, active

March Service volunteers, Nancy Koverman and Darlene Glass greet and answer visitor questions at the Zoo’s Welcome Plaza information booth!

Service Volunteer Service volunteers, along with Guest Service staff, are integral to ensuring that Zoo guests are informed about the facility, programs and events. Whether dispensing maps, other handouts, general information or just a smile, Service volunteers enhance a guests’ Zoo experience. Docent Volunteer Docent volunteers receive additional training and act as informal educators. Docent volunteers complement the education division by teaching Connections to Africa programs, providing “Get Close” experiences on grounds, and educating visitors through interpretive posting at the Zoo’s major exhibits. Only volunteers who have completed the zoo-specific volunteer training may participate as a service volunteer which paves the

St. Patricks Day Recycling - Volunteers assist with collection of recyclables by helping to collect and sort recycled items. Breakfast with the Easter Bunny - Volunteers assist with crafts and facepainting.

April Educators Open House – Volunteers assist with registration, distribution of materials, and give-a-ways. Party for the Planet - Volunteers are needed for many activities during this “Earth Day” event.

May Wild Ride at the Zoo - Volunteers assist with registration, distribution of loaner bikes and other tasks as needed. AAZK 5k Walk/Run - Volunteers staff this event and assist with registration, distribution of materials, on-site event questions and more.


PRSRTS TD U.S. POSTAGE PAID Cleveland, Ohio Permit No. 2911

Winter/Spring 2014

4101 Fulton Parkway, Cleveland, OH 44144 ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED DATED MATERIAL DO NOT DELAY

Upcoming Events and Opportunities February 17

Fairy Tales & Frogs

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

March History of Maple Sugaring 1, 2, 8, 9 Rocky River Reservation March 15

Annual Return of the Buzzards Hinckley Reservation

March 16

Buzzard Sunday!

Hinckley Reservation

Sandy Emery Volunteer Site

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Volunteer Vista The Volunteer Vista section provides an opportunity to get to know fellow Cleveland Metroparks volunteers. On-site volunteer coordinators submit suggestions for which volunteer to highlight. From those suggestions, volunteer names are selected at random. Favorite Volunteer Activity

Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Sandy Emery

How did you get involved with Cleveland Metroparks?

In 1999 Sandy decided to consider the zoo for stress relief and to do something she felt she would enjoy. She attended the Volunteer Safari to learn about volunteering, interviewed and was accepted to participate in training. Later that year, Sandy was accepted into the 9-week docent training program and successfully started as a docent at the end of 1999. Sandy shares, “At first volunteering at the zoo was my getaway from everything going on, but over time it has truly grown into a passion!”

Sandy participates in both service and docent volunteer activities. She enjoys assisting with animal care in both capacities and also serves as a service volunteer mentor to new volunteers. Considering service activities, Sandy enjoys the information booth the most. She says, “I love to people watch and talk with the visitors. I ask them where they are from and share information about the Zoo.” As a docent, Sandy’s favorite activity is her opportunity to interact with and teach guests through “Get Close” programs. During these programs Sandy handles a live education animal and shares valuable information about the animal’s natural history. Most memorable volunteer moments

One of Sandy’s most memorable moments occurred during a Senior Safari event at the Zoo while Sandy was handling an armadillo as part of a Get Close program. Sandy recalls, “Coming toward me was an older blind woman who was being lead by her family. I told her that I was holding an armadillo. I found out that she did have her sight at some point, so she could understand some references. During the time we interacted we discovered the armadillo together as she touched and experienced as I explained different characteristics so she could “see” the animal in front of her.”

Why do you volunteer?

Sandy has a passion for volunteering at the Zoo! Sandy shares, “I enjoy the people we serve and I like knowing that I made the day a little easier for staff. Making a difference makes me happy and that is what I feel I do at the Zoo!” In addition to volunteering, Sandy enjoys arts and crafts, sewing and scrapbooking. She and her husband, Bob, have two children and five grandchildren. Comments from Program/Site Staff

Lynn Charles, Manager of Zoo Volunteer Services and Jenna Senol, Zoo Volunteer Services Assistant truly appreciate Sandy’s involvement and service. Lynn shares, “Whether posting on Zoo grounds, working late nights/weekends at special events, animal care, personal time to support the Zoo’s effort of “zero waste tolerance”, assisting with fundraising for The Carousel, baking, crafting animal design jewelry, coordinating a Zoo-wide bake sale, or sewing and patching up Zoo uniforms for all divisions, it is probably Sandy Emery!” Jenna comments, “Sandy Emery is a leader by example, she inspires volunteers by her actions and encourages them to be the best they can be. Sandy brings fun to the volunteer program with her positive attitude and very contagious laugh.”

March 22 April 1

World Water Day

West Creek Reservation

Toad-ally Awesome Amphibians

North Chagrin Reservation

April 26

Party for the Planet

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

May 3

K-9 5K

Lakefront Reservation

May 9

Wild Ride

Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services 2013 was quite the year for Cleveland Metroparks and Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services! The organization was recognized and accredited through The Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) and also received amazing community support for Issue 80! In addition, Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services experienced changes as Park District and Zoo Volunteer Services merged in May 2013. Thanks to all volunteers for your patience and cooperation with these changes! During 2013, more than 350 new volunteers joined the volunteer corps to ensure that the nature centers, shops, programs, projects, golf courses, surveys, activities, events and Zoo were staffed and that visitors had positive experiences. In the coming months, look for the 2013 Volunteer Services Annual Report which will include a summary of all of last year’s volunteer activity and successes! In 2014, plans are in place to upgrade the volunteer database, increase the number of active youth volunteers and revise and expand the volunteer-only website resource page! Look for updates about these and other program upgrades in future emails and newsletters! Thanks to each of you for the precious gift of your time! All your efforts and services to the Park District and the Zoo are greatly appreciated. Best wishes to all for a happy and healthy 2014!

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Heather Triplett

May 11

Mother’s Day at the Zoo

Director of Volunteer Services

May 17

Children’s Fishing Derby

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation

May 18

June 1

Children’s Fishing Derby

Mill Stream Run Reservation (Wallace Lake)

Knee-High Naturalists

South Chagrin Reservation

June 7

Farm & Garden Day

Garfield Park Reservation Garfield Park Nature Center

June 7

Healthy Planet, Healthy People Fair & 5K Run/Walk Rocky River Reservation

June 14

Train Day

Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation – CanalWay Center

June 14

Meet Your Best Friend at the Zoo

SAVE THE DATE! The 2014 Cleveland Metroparks District-Wide Volunteer Picnic is scheduled for Friday, June 13th at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. All active Cleveland Metroparks volunteers who have donated a minimum of 15 cumulative hours will receive an invitation by midMay to the picnic! Save the date and make sure you have enough hours donated to be invited to this fun event!

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Please contact Millie at 440-253-2145 or Lisa at 440-253-2143 if you are interested in assisting at any of these events.

Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services 2277 West Ridgewood Drive Parma, OH 44134

Volunteers and staff celebrated volunteers at the 2013 volunteer picnic! Pictured are volunteers Sue Clark, Mike Clark, Robert Grant and Louise Grant with Conservation Education staff Jim Nemet

Volunteer Connection Volunteer Connection is a periodic email update that is sent to volunteers to share information about upcoming opportunities, special projects, happenings around town, and other information relevant to Cleveland Metroparks Volunteer Services. This publication is sent to all volunteers who have an email address on file. If you have a new email address and/or would like to be added to this distribution list, please contact Jackie Ashmun at 440-253-2144 or jla@clevelandmetroparks.com to sign up!

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