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Spring Up the Creek, Castle Rock, May 3, 2014

Spring Up the Creek 2013

Feeling anxious to get outside and enjoy the springtime weather? Plan to join your neighbors, fellow students, Town staff and other “Stream Teams” at Spring Up the Creek Saturday, May 3, from 9 to 11:30 a.m.



This springtime event started 11 years ago, when a group of energetic volunteers took it upon themselves to clean up areas of East Plum Creek and Sellars Gulch. Since then, the springtime cleanup has grown to include hundreds of volunteers and has expanded to include drainages throughout Town.



Anyone can volunteer  -  teens, families, community groups and businesses.



Volunteers can pre-register online and fill out a waiver form to bring with you the day of the event. Or, simply show up at Festival Park at 8:30 a.m.



Remember, for those under 18, waiver forms must be signed by a parent or legal guardian.



Volunteers will be given gloves, bags and, possibly, transportation to different area creeks. Second Street will be closed, so participants should park in the Town Hall parking lot, 100 N. Wilcox St., and walk to Perry Street to access the park.



Teens who want their work to count toward community service hours must bring a community service waiver already signed by their parents.



In case of very inclement weather, the event will be May 17.