Larry delivers pumpkin heads to the scarecrow-making event.
Parks & Recreation Division staff, members of the Dover Rotary, and members of the Polytech High School Interact Club (which the Rotary sponsors), joined the Friends of Killens Pond State Park to work at the Fork Branch Nature Preserve.
Friends help transplant the Butterfly Garden at Killens Pond State Park.
Do you treasure the natural beauty of Killens Pond State Park?
Do you and your friends and family enjoy attending our
wonderful special events throughout the year?
Join the Friends of Killens Pond State Park,
and get involved on a deeper level!
You can get your hands dirty by volunteering your gardening, painting, or trail maintenance skills.
You can help out with environmental programs
at our new Nature Center.
Or you can donate some of your time on special event days.
No matter how you help,
your contribution will be greatly appreciated,
and you will have a terrific time and make new friends, too!
Best of all, you will know that you are making a real difference
in our local community and in our beautiful park.
Support the Friends in their mission by filling out an Individual or Group Volunteer Application today.
For more information on volunteering opportunities,
go to the volunteer page at the Killen's Pond State Park site
or contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 302.284.4526
...and thank you!