BEVERLY HILLS — The city is seeking volunteers to aid in the decoration of the Beverly Hills Centennial Float, according to a press release from the city.
The “Dreams Come True” float, designed to commemorate the city of Beverly Hills Centennial Celebration, needs to be fully decorated in time for the 2014 Tournament of Roses Parade.
Volunteers who sign up for the decoration should be willing to work three Saturdays in December, which will see the float decorated with dry goods, and the five days after Christmas, which will be dedicated to the placement of the flowers.
To entice people to volunteer, the city is offering a shuttle service if more than 20 people sign up for a shift. In addition, lunch or dinner will be provided to those who sign up to help. There is no limit on how many days residents can volunteer for, and anyone above the age of 13 is welcome to join.
The deadline for signing up for floral decoration is December 11. For the dry decorations, the deadlines are November 21, for the December 7 date, November 28 for the December 14 date, and December 5 for the December 21 date.
To view the specific shifts for the floral decorations and to get more information about the program, residents are encouraged to visitwww.beverlyhills.org/floatdecor.