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Posted by allynkratz on February 6, 2021 in Education, Footer Contact, Projects, Volunteer Opportunities, Youth


Volunteers and Champion needed for

Creek Week!

Sept 25 – Oct 3rd

What is Creek Week?

Creek Week is a 9-day, watershed-wide litter and debris collection event that takes place at the end of September and beginning of October. Service groups, neighborhood associations, scouts, schools, churches, and individuals all donate their time to help clean up the Fountain Creek Watershed. The event is also a chance to raise awareness about the watershed, our water supply, the district and the littering issue to make our communities cleaner, safer and more beautiful.

What is PPCTU Seeking?

PPCTU is looking for a volunteer or two to take up the task of Championing this project.

What does it require?

The Champion fills the position of Coordinator for PPCTU’s involvement in the project by interacting with other volunteer organization involved, keeping the board informed and generally filling the position of committee chairperson for this project.

What support can I expect for this project?

The board in the past has funded the purchase of a letter for Creek Week, sought out volunteers, publicized the project and participated in the trash pick up.

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2 Responses to This Post Already

  1. Would it be possible to organize a clean up on Fountain Creek this spring? Since it would all be outside, it seems any covid concerns would be minimized. I watched the film by Malcom Gewirz & Alex Weinman which was excellent, but sad to see the state of our local creek. It might be a good time to rally some troops. With everyone so cooped up from covid restrictions, it would be a fun and positive thing to do.

    • HI Judd and thank you for this input. We just discussed this topic at our board meeting last night. The answer is that there are clean-ups scheduled for Fountain Creek and yes we want to participate. I will post dates and times and events when we get details. Yes, the state of that wonderful creek is shameful. It deserves a better life!!

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