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Montana Statewide 20th Anniversary Event
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We are commemorating two decades of service to Montana communities on Friday, September 12th. Join us in service and in celebration in 7 different communities as we reflect on the contributions of AmeriCorps over the past twenty years. Plus, when you volunteer, you receive a free 20th Anniversary t-shirt! The public is encouraged to attend!

9/12/2014
When: 9/12/2014
Where: Montana
United States
Presenter: Montana Commission on Community Service
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Helena


Join Governor Steve Bullock, the Montana Commission on Community Service, AmeriCorps Alumns, and current AmeriCorps members for birthday cake, a simultaneous swearing-in, and a 20th Anniversary celebration at the State Capitol!

When: Friday, September 12th at 11:00AM
Where: Governor's Reception Room, Montana State Capital
Participate in a service project with the Montana Conservation Corps and the Prickly Pear Land Trust, AmeriCorps members and alums, and an appearance from special guest, Governor Steve Bullock. Volunteers will help build a bridge and perform trail maintenance at the corner of Oro Fino Gulch and Arrastra Gulch in the Helena South Hills Trail System. Please view the map for directions.
When: Friday, September 12th from 8:00AM-10:45AM
Where: Oro Fino Gulch and Arrastra Gulch
*Please park at the parking lot 1/4 mile up Arrastra Gulch
Billings


Join the Montana Conservation Corps and the City of Billings on Alkali Creek between Aronson Avenue and Main Street with clearing out debris and trash, moving displaced soil, and laying down and staking erosion mats.

When: Friday, September 12th 9:30AM-12:00PM
Where:Meet at Target parking lot in the Heights (403 Main St.) between 9:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. Look for the MCC tent. Bring a pair of work gloves and we’ll begin work by 9:30 a.m.
*lunch will be provided


Bozeman


Join the Montana Conservation Corps and the City of Bozeman with a project of clearing out barb wire from the Story Mill Park before it is transitioned over to the city!
When: Friday, September 12th, 3:00PM-6:00PM
Where: Story Mill Park, in the northeast section of Bozeman
*project will be followed by a BBQ


Kalispell


Help beautify the parking lot at the Central School Museum with the Montana Conservation Corps, the Kalispell Downtown Business Association, and the City of Kalispell.
When: Friday, September 12th from 10:00AM-1:00PM
Where: Central School Museum, 124 2nd Ave E, Kalispell
*t-shirts, food and drink will be provided


Missoula
Assist in a weed pull with Big Sky Watershed AmeriCorps members from Trout Unlimited-Clark Fork Watershed Project and Clark Fork Coalition on the afternoon of September 12th.
We will meet at 1:00pm on September 12th  behind the PEAS farm where Mountain View drive dead ends above Woodland Drive. Volunteers should bring water, work gloves if they have them, and boots or shoes they don’t mind getting mucky and wet. We will be pulling buckthorn along Rattlesnake Creek for about 2 hours during the afternoon. Volunteers can e-mail Larissa Lee at llee@tu.org or call 973-975-6409 if they have any questions.

When: Friday, September 12th 1:00pm
WherePEAS Farm
Ennis
Ennis School Garden Shed Construction
Join Food Corps and the Big Sky Watershed Corps in a garden shed contruction at the Ennis School.

When: Friday, September 12th Time: TBD
Where: Ennis Elementary School
Contact: Ethan Kunard, 
bswc@3rivers.net; 682-7289


Townsend


Eurasian Watermilfoil Weed Pull
Join the Big Sky Watershed Corps, Fish Wildlife and Parks, and Broadwater Conservation District for a weed pull of the Eurasian Watermilfoil.

When: Friday, September 12th, 9:00am-12:00pm, lunch from 12:00pm-1:00pm
Where: Cottonwood Channel, North of Townsend in the Canyon Ferry Wildlife Management Area
For questions on directions, please contact 266-3146 ext 104

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