Day of Service

ALCC's Day of Service projects are an opportunity to come together to give back to our communities – and everyone leaves at the end of the day knowing they got more back than they gave. Learn more about this year’s projects at the bottom of the page.

About the projects:

Friday, April 20, 2018
The Southern Chapter will complete a service project for the family of Deputy Micah Flick, who was killed in the line of duty in Colorado Springs in February of this year. Micah is survived by his wife and 7-year-old twin children. We will be renovating the landscape of their front yard, where the tight-knit family spends their time on a regular basis. Highlights of the plan include new irrigation, sod installation, pruning existing trees and shrubs and installing a new paver patio. The chapter will also be donating and planting a memorial tree in honor of Micah. 

Thanks to the companies that participated in this project:

Volunteers (labor/time)
Bobcat of the Rockies
Colorado Stoneworks Landscaping, LLC
CPS distributors, inc.
Falcon High School
Fisk Lawnscapes
Fredell Enterprises, Inc.
Horizon Distributors
Jim's Landscape Services, Inc.
Mountain High SavATree
SiteOneTM Landscape Supply
Sunflower Landscapes, Inc.
Timberline Landscaping, Inc.

Equipment & Materials
Bobcat of the Rockies
C & C Sand and Stone Co., Inc.
CPS distributors, inc.
DBC Irrigation Supply

Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply
Greenbelt Turf Farm
Harding Nursery
Heidrich's Colorado Tree Farm Nursery
Mountain High SavATree
Pioneer Landscape Centers
SiteOne Landscape Supply
Sunflower Landscapes, Inc.
Timberline Landscaping, Inc.

Thank you to all the additional organizations who contributed to this project!
Rainbow Play Systems
El Paso County Sheriff's Office
Randy's Towing
Chick-Fil-A
Texas Roadhouse
Dion's Pizza
Costco
Starbucks

Friday, April 20th at Green Mountain High School
During the Denver Chapter Day of Service, volunteers will complete the final phase 3 of a three-year project to create outdoor learning areas at Green Mountain High School, Lakewood.

Volunteers helped with:

  • Prepping planting areas with compost and install perennials and shrubs
  • Completing pathways - installing edging, fabric, breeze & granite.
  • Installing drip irrigation to planting beds

Thanks to our volunteers and donors, including our Landscape Career Pathways program sponsors:

ACW Supply http://www.dbcirrigation.com/  LL Johnson
     

Landscape Industry Certified CEUs approvedALCC volunteer work is approved for Landscape Industry Certified recertification at 1 CEU per hour of time donated.

 
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