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Crowley's Ridge Nature Center Needs Volunteers

May 25, 2004 -- Posted at 11:06 p.m. CDT.

JONESBORO--Arkansas is the Natural State so it's only natural to have a nature center where people can nurture their natural curiosity. In order to run a nature center it needs volunteers.

The Crowley's Nature Center in Jonesboro still has couple of weeks to go till its' grand opening however; the staff is already looking for volunteers. The center will be open six days a week so they can work around just about any schedule and all ages are welcome. Groups and families are also welcomed to volunteer together. There are a wide variety of needs at the center such as; host, artists, trail guides,landscaping and more. They will even let you make up a job, for example if you have a skill you'd like to share they'll let you teach. If you are interested in volunteering you can the number below and the staff will mail you an application. The first training class starts in June but if you miss this class others will follow.

For volunteer information call:

(870) 933-6787

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