Belmont Serves — Making a Difference in Belmont
Monday October 14, 2013 (Columbus Day)
8 AM to 1 PM
The Belmont Religious Council is pleased to announce that the 4th annual Belmont Serves day of community service will be held on
Monday, October 14 (Columbus Day holiday).
This event is endorsed by the Belmont Board of Selectmen, Belmont School Department and other community organizations.
Individuals and families will be able to select a project at the start of the day, complete the entire project in one morning of work, and then come together for pizza and ice cream to celebrate a job well done!
Everyone is welcome
This is a family-friendly event, where all members of the Belmont community are invited to work together for one morning to make our town a better place for all. You can help make a real difference in our town, have some fun, and meet others who share a willingness to serve the community.
We will have projects suitable for a wide range of ages and skill levels.
Once again, there will be door-to-door collection for the Belmont Food Pantry, which filled the food pantry with over 1,400 bags of groceries.
The Joey's Park community build will be a special event this year. Belmont Serves Day is the final day of this multi-day project.
There are projects to help maintain Belmont's conservation lands, improve school grounds and neighborhood playgrounds, gardening projects, creating home-made greeting cards for overseas service members, and fence painting at a town field.
Community service hours can be earned by middle school and high school students.