We are always looking for volunteers willing to make a difference in their community. If you are interested, read on about what a volunteer does and why you should volunteer. If you are interested, please contact us.
What does a volunteer do?
Volunteers help the Chamber and Main Street project attain its goals and objectives. All interested citizens of all ages and backgrounds are invited to become a volunteer. Business owners are especially encouraged to participate in the Chamber in one way or another. There is some project for everyone to do, no matter how big or small the task.
People volunteer for a wide variety of reasons, especially wanting to help others. Volunteering ensures the success of the various Chamber and Main Street projects. It also helps make Brush a better place to live for us, our families, and the residents of tomorrow.
Volunteer of the Year
- 2015 - Bank of Colorado
- 2014 - The Krohn Family
- 2013 - Brush Lions Club
- 2012 - Prairie Biker Rally Committee
- 2011 – Dale Stinton
- 2010 – Homer and Shirley Andersen
- 2009 – Bob Bever
- 2008 – Keith Floyd & BHS Ag Dept.
- 2007 – Tina Atkins & Elizabeth Huggins
- 2006 – Wayne & Carol Carlson
- 2005 – Von Esther Squires
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill out this Volunteer Application Form and return it to the Chamber.