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Lake Shelbyville Seeks Volunteers

Tue, April 03, 2018

Lake Shelbyville - Enjoy the outdoors?  Looking for a quiet place to RV this
summer?  The U.S Army Corps of Engineers, Lake Shelbyville, is looking for
volunteers to help take care of Opossum Creek Campground, and Lithia Springs
Campground at Lake Shelbyville. The campground volunteers would be
responsible for cleaning within and around the Opossum Creek Campground or
the Lithia Springs Campground. The positions can be accomplished by an
individual volunteer; however, a pair of volunteers for this position is
ideal.

All equipment and supplies, for all of these positions, are provided by the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In return for approximately 20 hours of
volunteered service per week, volunteers will be provided a free campsite
that includes electric, water, and sewer hookups. Volunteers who work 250
hours or more at federal recreation sites also earn a free annual pass.  For
more information please call (217) 774-3951 Ext: 2 or visit the Lake
Shelbyville Project office at 1989 State Hwy 16, in Shelbyville, IL or email
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