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Upcoming Service Projects

We hope you and your family can join us at an upcoming Caring Cubs service project! 
Please note that registration is required to attend all Caring Cubs service projects
and registration will open approximately one month prior to the project
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March 3, 2018 at 10:30am
Cuyahoga County Public Library – South Euclid-Lyndhurst Branch
1876 South Green Road
South Euclid, OH 44121
Join Caring Cubs as we spread cheer and kindness to those who need it most! Our cubs will be making fleece scarves and blankets for the youth that are involved with Bellefaire’s Missing and Homeless Youth Program. We will hear an age appropriate presentation from Bellefaire JCB Program Director, Karen McHenry, who will focus on how our cubs can be kind and help those in need. We are also asking for donations of new socks and toiletries. 
Belle faire JCB is among the nation’s largest, most experienced child service agencies, providing a variety of behavioral health, substance abuse, education and prevention services. Bellefaire JCB helps more than 21,700 youth and their families yearly achieve resiliency, dignity, and self-sufficiency through more than 25 programs. You can learn more about Bellefaire by visiting their website.

Registration for this service project is now full.

April 21, 2018 at 2:00pm
Watershed Stewardship Center at the West Creek Reservation
2277 West Ridegewood Drive
Parma, OH 44134

Caring Cubs is celebrating Earth Day at the Cleveland Metroparks’ West Creek Reservation on Saturday, April 21 at 2pm!  Our cubs will get their hands dirty doing some gardening, weeding, and spring clean-up in the Metroparks.  A Metroparks ranger will lead this outdoor service project and provide a tour of the Watershed Stewardship Center.

The Cleveland Metroparks are an outstanding feature of our community. The mission of the Cleveland Metroparks is to conserve significant natural resources and enhance people’s lives by providing safe, high-quality outdoor education, recreation, and zoological opportunities.  The Watershed Stewardship Center is the first facility in Cleveland Metroparks dedicated to scientific research and promoting sustainable action.

Caring Cubs and the Metroparks will provide a limited number of gardening gloves but families are also encouraged to bring their own.  Volunteers should dress in layers of weather-appropriate clothing and closed-toed shoes that can get dirty or wet. 

As always, registration is required for this project.  All registered families will receive a reminder email the week of the project with an online waiver form that must completed for the Cleveland Metroparks.

We hope you and your family can join Caring Cubs as we make our world a little better on Earth Day!

Registration for this service project will open on April 1.