ORGANIZATION: Diakon Community Services | AmeriCorps Seniors
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Supports the stewardship of around 20 miles of trails on the Crystal Lake property.
1. Assist with trail clearing
a. Clear downed branches and debris
b. Lop larger branches and bushes
2. Assist with ongoing maintenance of the trails
a. Fill in holes and ruts
b. Widen the trail with a sickle bar mower
3. Assist with trail signage
a. Hang trail signs in locations where needed
b. Suggest new locations for signs to improve navigation for guests
4. Assist with trail grooming in preparation for skiing
a. On the grooming snowmobile, pack and track the trails
About Diakon Community Services | AmeriCorps Seniors
435 W 4th st, Williamsport, PA 17701, US
AmeriCorps Seniors Mission: To improve lives, strengthen communities, and foster civic engagement through service and volunteering.
The AmeriCorps Seniors RSVP program pairs thousands of Americans aged 55 and older with organizations making change in communities across the country.
AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers who serve in our RSVP program choose how, where, and when they want to serve, with commitments ranging from a few hours to 40 hours per week. You can find an opportunity with any of the thousands of organizations we work with that see service as a solution to local, regional, and national challenges. AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers themselves report better health and longevity having served their community.
1678 Crystal Lake Rd.Hughesville, PA 17737
September 18, 2023
- Habitat Restoration
- Outdoor Recreation
- Snow Sports
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 55
- Daytime, weekdays, weekends – fall, winter, and spring. For grooming, must have the flexibility to be available potentially on last minute notice. If grooming, prior knowledge of cross-country ski trail grooming helpful but not required.
- The mountain road up to Crystal Lake can have bad winter conditions. We strongly recommend that volunteers have 4-wheel drive, all-wheel drive, snow tires and/or chains to make it up the mountain. Crystal Lake is not responsible for assisting anyone