Do you have a bronze name tag from your time volunteering at Mount Rainier National Park? Have you put in over 100 hours of volunteer time? Do you volunteer on the front lines, behind a visitor's center desk, in a wilderness information center, out meadow roving or patrolling the back country, or many other jobs where a name tag is a crucial part of your uniform? Were you an active volunteer in 2015 and will you be an active volunteer in 2016? If so, then this post is for you!
Just imagine this, shinier, and in pin form.
As you may already (hopefully) know, 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. To help spread the news, we have ordered a limited number of 2016 Centennial pins to share with those volunteers who interact with the public on a regular basis. You may have seen these pins on NPS Staff, centered just above their name tags, and they are an official part of the 2016 uniform for staff and volunteers.
These pins do look best centered above the official NPS name tag, but if you don't have a name tag, don't you fret! They are available for purchase at http://www.arrowheadstore.com/. Since the volunteer program has a limited number of these pins, we only have enough for one pin per volunteer who meets the above criteria.
So, if you have been an active volunteer in the past year and you are looking to continue volunteering throughout the winter or even next summer, with a name tag, please contact Ian at email@example.com and he will get your pin out to you as soon as possible! In your email, please include your mailing address, if you would like to have your pin shipped to you!