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Rotary Park Environmental Center

County: Lee
Categories Environment
Historical & Cultural Sites
Details:

The Cape Coral Parks & Recreation Department's environmental recreation division has two sites where service learning students are needed. 1. Rotary Park, which is a community center focused on environmental receation/education. It is open to the public, and people can sign up for and attend informational classes/programs at the center. The hiking trail and observation tower are also open from sunrise to sunset, weather permitting. 2. Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve, which has a boardwalk, pier, picnic area, canoe/kayak rentals, and a visitor center.

Job Description:

People are needed for park maintenance,trail-clearing, park clean up,bird identification and counting, delivering flyers, and the occasional special event: In February, the Burrowing Owl Festival; In April and July, large native plant sales; In October, we need actors to scare people at the Haunted Walk at Eco Preserve; In December, the Calusa Festival.

Times of Work: Weekdays daytime, Weekends daytime, Weekdays evenings, Weekends evenings
Primary Contact: Honey Archey
5505 Rose Garden Road
Cape Coral, FL 33914
Fax: 239-549-4903
Phone: 239-549-4606
Alt Phone: 239-549-4752
Email: rotaryparkinfo@capecoral.net
Website: http//www.CapeParks.com
Secondary Contact: Katie Locklin
Phone: 239-549-4606
Worker's Comp for Volunteers?: N

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