Assuming the snow begins to taper off as anticipated on Wednesday, please show up at the rink at 6:30PM, or later, Wednesday (December 4) to help remove snow. We’ll have a couple of snowblowers but could use several people to help shovel. Once the snow is sufficiently removed, we can resume flooding and take advantage of the cold snap. Latecomers welcome. BYO shovels, ideally plastic. If enough people show up it shouldn’t take too long. Many thanks.
If you’re a skater, hockey player, curler, coach, team manager, Zamboni driver, or parent who hopes to use and enjoy RINK this winter we very much need YOUR help to make ice and to open as soon as possible. Making ice requires many hands and we need more help. Stay tuned for future calls for volunteers.
Another great tennis season at NedRINK is closing early this Friday, Oct. 18 to perform board repairs. Thanks to the Nederland Tennis Association for managing the park and programming that included kid’s camps, Saturday clinics, a budding Pickleball program, and an end-of-season tournament. See you on the ice!
On behalf of the Nederland Community Center, we would also like to help disseminate this public service announcement regarding flood recovery:
Disaster Recovery Center
FEMA has set up a Disaster Recovery Center in the Nederland Community Center to serve Nederland and the Peak to Peak community. Representatives from FEMA will be available from 9am-7pm weekdays and Saturdays to assist residents, both homeowners and renters, with flood related claims. Sunday hours TBD. Please call the Community Center at 303.258.9721 with questions.