Sulphur Ranger District seeks volunteers for visitor centers
GRANBY – The U.S. Forest Service’s Sulphur Ranger District is seeking volunteers from mid-May to Labor Day to help staff its visitor center in Granby on Fridays and/or Saturdays and to staff the Monarch Lake cabin on Thursdays.
Become part of the dedicated visitor information service team, helping to greet visitors and assist them with their recreation planning. Other duties include selling passes, permits and items from the gift shop; answering telephones and the radio; filing and entering recreation area pass information into the database; completing possible field projects such as taking photographs and distributing visitor information to campgrounds and billboards; and possibly leading an interpretive hike or putting on an evening campground program, if interested.
The ideal volunteer is someone who enjoys talking and working with visitors and is comfortable enough with computers to learn to use a computerized cash register system to sell National Forest and Rocky Mountain Nature Association products. Local knowledge is helpful but not necessary. For more information, contact John Simmons at 970-887-4100.
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