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Douglas County Cultural Council seeks volunteer from District III

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The Douglas County Cultural Council has a vacancy for a volunteer from Highlands Ranch to serve a three-year term, ending in January 2019.


Do you have a passion for art, science or history, and a desire to help bring more culture to Douglas County, as well as some time to give?

Have you ever considered volunteering for the Douglas County Cultural Council?

The Cultural Council — which works together to help identify opportunities to strengthen the cultural vitality of Douglas County — has an immediate opening for a resident of Commissioner District III, which encompasses the northwestern portion of the County to include Highlands Ranch.

The nine-member council helps to oversee the County’s Art Encounters Program, determines where sales tax proceeds as provided for in the Scientific and Cultural Facilities Act are distributed, and initiates, coordinates and advocates for other artistic ventures and programs in the County.

The successful applicant must be available to meet on the second Tuesday evening of each month and be willing to commit to serving a three-year term that will conclude in January 2019.

Applications will be accepted through Feb. 1. Those interested may fill out an online application or print out the application and mail it to: Douglas County Commissioners’ Office, 100 Third St., Castle Rock, CO 80104. For additional information, contact the Douglas County Commissioners’ Office at 303-660-7401.

For more information on the Douglas County Cultural Council, please visit and search “Cultural Council.”

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