The Chelmsford Dog Association is growing!
We have the largest number of members that we have ever had. Many of the new members and several folks who have yet to officially join the CDA are hard at work volunteering.
In addition to the core of the CDA, the Board of Directors, we have two permanent committees, the Fundraising and Events Committee (Chaired by director, Will Wagner) and a Membership and Volunteers Committee (chaired by director Joyce Bean). If you would like to participate in one of these committees, please contact the appropriate chair (or come to a CDA or committee meeting).
If you are interested in helping out with helping us put on an event, then please contact the Membership & Volunteers Committee and they’ll work with you to match you up with things you can do and things that we need done.
Given the number of new people who are working really hard, we are also starting a recognition program. Semi-regularly, we will make a post recognizing the contributions of one of our volunteers. This is not to say that we don’t appreciate ALL of our volunteers – and, hopefully, eventually, we’ll call out a recognition for everyone.
The Chelmsford Dog Association always needs volunteers!
Please consider our list of upcoming events which are looking for volunteers:
Sorry, there are no volunteer opportunities available right now.
We need folks to check the trash barrels — The large barrels at the front entrance and exit and especially the poop cans on the posts around the park. If a can is 2/3 or more full, it should be emptied and taken to the dumpster. Bags to re-line the cans are located in the…Find Out More
Filling in holes and picking up poops is a critical role in keeping the park safe and clean (as well as looking nice). Shovels are currently behind the big shed, and the dirt pile is right to the side of that shed. We need volunteers to take a little time each week to look for…Find Out More
We need volunteers to mow the grass and trim the areas around the fences. We have three areas of grass (the training area, the all-dog area, and the small-dog area) which need to be mowed once a week during the summer and once every two weeks (or so) during the spring and autumn. The grass…Find Out More