APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP/VOLUNTEERING BEAVER CREEK WILDLIFE EDUCATION CENTER
The Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center, located in Beaver Creek State Park, is dedicated to the education of people of all ages on wildlife and natural resources while encouraging environmental conservation. The center is staffed entirely by volunteers. The group relies on membership dues, grants, and donations of time and money to provide educational programs and exhibits and to maintain and improve the facilities at the center. Programs and activities are nature-related and family-friendly.
Members: Support the Wildlife Education Center through their dues, may attend and vote at the meetings, may serve as an officer or trustee, and may also support the Center through volunteering their time.
Volunteers: Give of their time to help with the various projects at the Wildlife Education Center. People who want to volunteer but not become a member do not pay membership dues.
General meetings are held once a month and are open to all members. For more information on volunteer opportunities or for any other questions, please contact John Ferrante 757-876-5438.
Please complete the form below and mail it with your check to Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center P.O. Box 2212 East Liverpool, OH 43920