Volunteer Work Day at Fort Loudoun
Saturday April 17th, 2021 * 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Celebrate Spring by coming out to Historic Fort Loudoun and help to spruce up the grounds and trails.
Please come out and volunteer some time to help out the volunteer run site.
Arrive at 8:00 AM. Lunch provided at 1:00 PM. End at 3:00 PM
Please RSVP by April 14th to: History@fortloudounpa.com
Fort Loudoun is managed entirely by unpaid volunteers of The Fort Loudon Historical Society.
The site receives no allocated funding from county, state or federal governments. We depend solely on donations and volunteers to operate.
Spring Clean Up Day, Appalachian Trail
Sunday April 11th, 2021 * 9:00 AM (north) 1:00 PM (south)
Meet at mile marker 1080.5 – 1079
Parking Lot on Shippensburg Rd. Big Flat/Michaux Forest
Snack & Water Provided
Register at the Cumberland Shop
16 W. King St. Shippensburg, PA 17257
or call 717.300.7935
As members & supporters of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy we are happy to host our first “Spring Clean Up Day” on the #AppalachianTrail!
If you would like to be part of this great event, be sure to register!
You can do a half or full day – this is a great opportunity for families, youth groups, university clubs, etc.
Help us to love the trail!
Camp Penn-Wood Cutting Day and Brush Clean Up
April 17,2021 * 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Camp Penn – 8005 Old Forge Road, Waynesboro PA 17268
Please join us in clearing various trees and shrubs . Those experienced with chainsaws and falling trees are most needed, but all skill set levels are welcomed! Pack a brown bag lunch or enjoy some homemade Chili and Cornbread fireside in the Rec Hall for lunch! RSVP is required.
717-762-2693 or Send an Email
For more information
Fall Work Day At Ebbert Springs
Allison-Antrim Museum, Inc. will be hosting a fall workday at the Ebbert Springs Archeological Preserve and Heritage Park, 12633 Molly Pitcher Highway, Greencastle, PA 17225 on Saturday, October 26, 2019, 9:00am to 3:00pm.
Volunteers are encouraged to bring yard and garden tools, trailers and pickup trucks to assist with the work projects both inside and out. This is a rain or shine event. Volunteers are needed at all skill levels. Tasks include transporting chairs and other items from the Museum to Ebbert Spring, outside Fall cleanup, carpet removal, cleaning inside, cataloging books, and other jobs. Each volunteer hour is worth $25 when Allison-Antrim Museum applies for grants.
Lunch and snacks will be provided and participants will get an insider’s look at the property, its rich history and scenic beauty.
The Ebbert Springs Archeological Preserve and Heritage Park is co-managed by The Archeological Conservancy, Allison-Antrim Museum, Inc., and Antrim Township. Ebbert Springs’ history extends back to 10,000 BC and has rich cultural history of both Native American and Early American occupation.
Today, Ebbert Springs is a cultural and nature preserve open to the public year-round, dawn to dusk, for passive recreation on designated trails depicting the history of the site.
Because of lunch and parking, “Please” RSVP by Wednesday, October 23 by calling the Museum at 717-597-9010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.