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Tuppers Team | RE/MAX Alliance
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Evergreen, page 13
da Vinci Realty, page 23
Shepherd Realty, Inc., page 34
Kerry Endsley | LIV Sotheby’s
International Realty, page 35
Linda Hickerson | Keller Williams,
Lynn Westfall | RE/MAX Alliance,
PandoraJohn Properties |
RE/MAX Alliance, page 36
Louis Moore & Elizabeth Moore |
RE/MAX Alliance, page 37
RE/MAX Alliance Evergreen
Kellee Colton | RE/MAX Alliance,
Beth Semptimphelter | Metro
Brokers, page 43
Carrie Baldwin | Keller Williams,
LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Evergreen Office, pages 70-71
Evergreen Nature Center
Volunteer opportunities range from
staffing the Nature Center, helping with
behind-the-scenes projects, and assisting
with classes and programs.
Center for the Arts Evergreen
Volunteer positions include classroom
assistant, exhibition installation/take
down, marketing, visitor services and
administrative work, general building
maintenance, CAE ambassadors, festival
assistance and more.
Hiwan Homestead Museum
Learn about Evergreen’s history while
meeting new people when you volunteer
at the museum. Help is needed in roles of
tour guide, receptionist, school aid, after-school program craft teacher and exhibit
Seniors’ Resource Center
Volunteers are needed to work with seniors
and children. Onsite positions include grant
research and development, administrative
work and project planning.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES in Evergreen
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NEW TO EVERGREEN AND
ALTITUDE? You’ll want to
know these things!
• Because water boils at a lower temperature at higher altitude, it takes
longer to cook hard-boiled eggs.
• Don’t expect to exercise as intensely
as usual when you first move here.
The altitude will affect even the best
athletes. Ease into it and drink twice
as much water as usual.
• You’ll need more flour when you
bake. Follow high-altitude directions
for recipes whenever available.
• Colder doesn’t mean less sun. In
fact, there’s less protection from
the sun so you will need sunscreen,
sunglasses and lip balm with SPF.
• Don’t pack up your summer clothes
—or your winter clothes. Weather
changes quickly around here so it’s
best to dress in (or bring) layers.
Living in a mountain community
means special consideration for things
like wildfires, wildlife, wells, septic
systems, mail delivery, emergency
services and more. Jefferson County
Government has a free downloadable
mountain living checklist here: