The Watertown Recreation Department announced that signups for the 2022-23 Watertown Snow Shoveling Program. Students can sign up to help an older resident, and Watertown seniors can sign up to have their property shoveled. The Rec Department will throw a pizza party for last year’s participants.
The Recreation Department provided the following information:
Snow Shoveling Program
In coordination with the Watertown Middle School, Watertown High School, Recreation Department, Council on Aging/Senior Center, and the Marshall Home Fund, we are offering a snow-shoveling program specifically for our senior residents over age 60, and those who are disabled.
Watertown Middle School and Watertown High School students are matched with senior residents in their neighborhood and assigned to be responsible for shoveling snow from the sidewalks, steps, and driveways for the duration of the winter season.
This year, thanks to generous support from the Marshall Home Fund, students will have an opportunity to earn a stipend, along with Community Service and a gift by assisting with snow shoveling in their neighborhood.
If interested, please select the link below, fill out the application and return it to the Recreation Department at 149 Main Street or email the PDF at firstname.lastname@example.org
Snow Shoveling Application – Seniors
Snow Shoveling Application – Students
Who: 2021-22 Snow Shoveling Volunteers
What: Pizza Party
Where: The Senior Center located at 31 Marshall Street, Watertown MA
When: Thursday November 10th 4:00-5:30pm
Why: To Celebrate and Thank Our Volunteer Snow Shovelers
Each Volunteer Will Receive the Following:
- Pizza and Refreshments
- Gift card
- Winter Hat
(617) 972 6494
Special Thanks to the Marshall Home Fund