2016 Back-To-School Block Party
Willing workers please register here to assist in the 2016 Back-to-School Block Party in Steelton, PA on 2nd Street between Pine & Walnut Streets. Many volunteers are needed to make this event work. Book bags are distributed as well as food and prizes. There are games and other activities as well.
While contributions and donations are needed, most of all your time is required. The Block Party runs from 2:00-6:00p.m. on Saturday August 20, 2016. Folks are needed to work during the hours 12:00-8:00 p.m. (setup 12-2 & cleanup 6-8).
Workers are requested for 2 hours periods throughout the day. Opportunities to support the efforts include: Pre-event preparations; Setup; Registration Tables ; Games direction ; Food preparation ; Food distribution ; Area cleanup ; etc.
Please note that volunteer workers may be cleared via an “Any children History” background check.
Are you ready to Adopt a Block?
Steelton Borough is looking for organizations and individuals who want to make Borough a cleaner place to live. The Adopt-a-Block Program allows you to take ownership over a block to make it a cleaner, more vibrant part of the Borough. Adopting individuals and organizations will be recognized through signs that will be erected after two successful cleanups. They will also be recognized by the Mayor at a public ceremony each year, including an award for the best block.
Register to Adopt-a-Block TODAY by Filling Out the Forms in Steelton’s Adopt-a-Block Program Booklet
- Organization/individuals sign up to clean a specific area of the Borough at least four (4) times per year and more often as needed.
- The Borough will provide supplies including trash bags, gloves and safety vests.
- Participating organization/individuals will be recognized for their contribution through the placement of two (2) Adopt-a Block signs installed at either end of the street/area the group agrees to “adopt.”
- To participate, individuals or organizations must fill out the adopt a block application, agreement, and other documents found in the Program Booklet.
Groups are encouraged to adopt as large an area that is manageable based on the number of volunteers in their organization/individual committed to the task.
For more information, please contact Borough Manager Doug Brown at 717-939-9842 or firstname.lastname@example.org