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Youth Tball/Softball/Baseball  :
..., a jersey and ball cap will be provided for each participant in the team. Volunteer coaches are needed to help run a great program. Register in the&n...


Special Events and Races:
...also offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities for area businesses and volunteer opportunities for all who are interested.  We hope to see you soon to Come Run Where The Fun Is!   To Volunteer for an upcoming St. George Races event, please click here.  ...


St. George Youth City Council Frequently Asked Questions:
The Saint George Youth City Council is a volunteer, service-based organization, run by students from the high school...


Safety Town:
...d have fun at the same time. The City of St. George Leisure Services, teen volunteers and other community groups help teach safety awareness and prevention to our campers.   ----Youth Volunteers---- St. George Safety Town needs YOU this summer! The St. George Safety Town program teaches safety lessons to children entering kindergarten and 1st grade this fall. The program is the perfect way to have fun with other teens and serve your community too! You can earn community service hours with us! Teens have a very special role is this program. Under the guidance of a Youth Program Site Coordinator, you will be responsible for teaching vital safety lessons to the participants. You will also help the participants practice the safety rules of “Safety Town”. At the end of the week, we will be hosting a thank you party for all the amazing youth volunteers!   REQUIREMENTS: 1. ENTERING INTO 7th-12th GRADE THIS FALL (2020-2021) 2. YOU ARE ABLE TO WORK A FULL WEEK. Hours are 8:30 AM-2:30 PM each day during the week of June 1-5, 2020. 3. ATTEND ORIENTATION at the St. George Rec Center on Wednesday, May 27, 2020@ 5:00-6:00 pm Questions?? Contact Jenny Fidler at 435/627-4592 or email her at jenny.fidler@sgcity.org  Click on the Volunteer Form below to download the 2020 application.     


Youth Soccer:
...t to have a majority of your games at the field closest to where you live. Volunteer coaches are needed to help run a great program! Shin guards are m...


Museum Tours:
...ent features a St. George history lesson from the Historic St. George LIVE volunteers.  This entertaining presentation dovetails nicely with the Utah History that 4th graders are learning in their classrooms. As curricula in this country focuses more and more on common core subjects of STEM, the St. George Art Museum adds “Art” to complement STEM and create STEAM for the students. Research has shown that exposure to art and creativity in early education as well as exposure to visual aesthetics are important building blocks of child development and Improve motor skills, language development, decision making, inventiveness and cultural awareness.Due to the Covid-19 situation, during the 2020/2021 school year, Museum Education staff will working with local elementary to take the St. George Art Museum into the classroom and share the excitement of art.The St. George Art Museum is always looking for more volunteer docents.  If you are interested please fill out an applicati...


Arbor Day Celebration 2020:
...ebration at the Riverside Trailhead located at 1036 East Riverside Drive. Volunteers are encouraged to partake in this amazing community stewardship project by improving the habitat for animals and improving the beautification of this area and the surrounding stretch of the Virgin River trail. We are planting for another decade of beauty in St. George.    Event Highlights Include: Free Tree/Shrub Give-Aways Hot Dog/ Chip Lunch for Volunteers Crafts for Kids Free Gardening Advice


Getting Involved:
ST. GEORGE ART MUSEUM IS RECRUITING NEW VOLUNTEERS & DOCENTS  Do you have a love of art? Have you ever thought about becoming a docent or a front desk volunteer at the St. George Art Museum? Now is the time. Wonderful


Fire Department:
... twenty-three members that made up the Chief, Captains, and crews were all volunteers.  The first fire engine in St. George was a 1936 Studebaker, which the Department still owns.  The truck is no longer in service unless absolutely necessary, but you may have seen it at special occasions, such as parades.   For nearly fifty years, the dedicated volunteer firefighters were able to meet the needs of the City of St. Georg...


Victim Services:
...Services unit, consisting of full time and part time advocates, as well as volunteers to assist victims of crime in the City of St. George. It is the ...


Youth Volleyball:
...environment. 8 games and a jersey provided for each participant on a team. Volunteer coaches ar


Employment Questions:
...ss office staff, full-time and part-time dispatchers, crossing guards, and volunteers. For more information, please call the Saint George City Human R...


Jr. Jazz Basketball:
...rsquo;s practice be? Practices are not required by coaches. Since they are volunteer it is up to the discretion of the coach when or where or if they ...


Youth Flag Football:
...rsquo;s practice be? Practices are not required by coaches. Since they are volunteer it is up to the discretion of the coach when or where or if they ...


St. George Half Marathon  :
Are volunteers needed? Volunteers play a very helpful and important role during all of SGR events and we always need volunteer help. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact sgrvolunteer@sgcity.org. You will get service hours and a shirt!


Volunteers In Public Safety:
Thank you for your interest in the Volunteers In Public Safety unit of the St George, Utah, Police Department....


Councilwoman Michele Randall:
...r a busy medical practice, which I enjoy.   I serve on the Doctors' Volunteer Clinic Board, Solid Waste Board, Shade Tree Board, Veterans Advis...


Councilwoman Dannielle Larkin:
...nd recognizing their inherent goodness, creating safe community spaces and volunteering for and promoting our local not-for-profit groups.   My...


2019 Programs & Events:
...iffs Audubon Society's field trips, special events, naturalists series and volunteer opportunities can be found on their website.    2019 ...


Outreach Education Field Trip Information:
... Topics A variety of topics can be presented by the TNC’s staff and volunteers. Below is a a current list of topics that are offered.   ...


Outreach Education Field Trip Information:
... Topics A variety of topics can be presented by the TNC’s staff and volunteers. Below is a a current list of topics that are offered.   ...


Community Emergency Response Teams - CERT:
...amCERT SG is administered by the St. George Police Department, by civilian volunteers and part time employees. We are fortunate that our city government and police department see the value in citizen’s obtaining some disaster response training and hazard mitigation. CERT can help fill the manpower gap that can occur in a major, widespread disaster. We all want a safe community. Disasters are unforeseen, so in order to preserve and restore our beloved community we learn how to recover as quickly as possible. This ability to quickly bounce back to normal (or at least close) is called “Community resiliency”. We also learn about hazard mitigation, or recognizing a potential hazard and working to prevent the hazard from ever taking place! This is more difficult to measure, how many people haven’t died because of modern inoculations? The best way to deal with a disaster is to avoid it.If your car breaks down in the middle of winter it could be a disaster. If you are prepared with winter clothing, camping gear and experience, if you have trained yourself and your family, then you have an opportunity for a camping adventure.There are many facets to being prepared; there is the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects that must be revisited often. Our city website is a fantastic resource for the basics of physical survival. Practice is the best way to become psychologically prepared. Camping, first aid classes, volunteering in the community will assist us in our ability to ‘deal with’ a disaster psychologically. Finally there is the spiritual aspect where a person realizes that they are where they are supposed to be and doing good in that situation is what they should do. The CERT program gives us the opportunity to take our personal and community preparedness to the next level. The time to prepare for a disaster is before a disaster. The training and organization skills will be of great value in our future even without a disaster. CERT resurrects the purely American spirit of volunteerism and self government. Come join us! Get the basics in our ...