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Apr 13

CAR-FREE CAT Volunteer Opportunities

See a job you would love to do for CAR-FREE CAT?  Give us a call 610 954 5744 or drop us an email cat@car-free.org.  You can message us on facebook, too.  Remember our number one priority for our volunteers is that they have FUN while enhancing walking, bicycling, public transportation, ride sharing or local trail use.

 Here are current volunteer opportunities.

Design our showroom window at the Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative – Stack helmets from downstairs in an interesting way in front window of Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative, then make large sign about FREE helmet offer, put in front window, in front of helmets.

Design a poster for the FREE helmet offer

Volunteer Coordinator – We need help during the hours the Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative is open, Thursday evenings from 5-9PM and Saturdays from 8AM to 4PM. Do you like to be in charge? Take pictures? Tell interesting stories? This is the job for you.

Cleaning – We have some old school radiators at the Bethlehem Bicycle Cooperative that need some tender loving care

Blog Stuff - Take a look at http://www.car-free.org/wordpresspw/.  We need bloggers for each of the categories on the right side of the main page.  This job can be done from home or in our offices.

Race Director – We need a race director for the Monocacy Way 5K Run, the 4th Annual to be held in June of 2014.

See a job you would love to do for CAR-FREE CAT?  Give us a call 610 954 5744 or drop us an email cat@car-free.org.  You can message us on facebook, too.  Remember our number one priority for our volunteers is that they have FUN while improving walking, bicycling, public transportation, ride sharing or local trail use.

Thank you

Ron Teodora for cleaning the BBC and CAR-FREE CAT office every week for the last 7 years!

Janneke Bos for cutting up donated cloth for rag size use.

Anne Connors for handling the Treasurer’s duties for the last 6 years.

Strader and Associates for filing our tax returns and preparing our quarterly tax paperwork for 7 years.

Scott Slingerland, Frank Pavlick and Lee Poole-Smith for hanging the training bikes on the wall

 

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