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CHECKLIST & INFORMATION SHEET
Catalina Adventurer Volunteer
Payment – Cost for 2008 is $180. This price does not include boat transportation. Make
checks payable to the Catalina Island Conservancy.  Application – Complete application and mail to Santa Catalina Island Conservancy;
Volunteer Services; PO Box 2739; Avalon, CA 90704  Waivers – Complete waiver and turn in upon arrival or mail with application.
Participation Agreement — Complete this form and mail in with your application.
Boat Reservations – Schedule your boat transportation with one of the carriers listed on
the Transportation page.  Airline Reservations – If necessary schedule your flight and shuttle allowing sufficient
time to get to the boat terminal well in advance.  Notify Coordinator – Call the Volunteer Coordinator at (310) 510-2595 (ext. 112) or
LLieberman@catalinaconservancy.org to inform of boat itinerary information.  Food – Shop for breakfast, snack and lunch food.
Luggage – Pack all luggage that you will bring on the trip.
Physical Health – Make sure you are in good physical condition as some of the work
assignments involve strenuous fieldwork.  Review all application materials.  Questions – Contact the Volunteer Coordinator at (310) 510-2595 (ext. 109) for any

Emergency Procedures: In the event of an emergency, a response unit can respond within 15 minutes.
The hospital is 15 minutes from the Volunteer Camp.
Emergency Contact Information: Participants can get emergency assistance by calling 911 or by
calling the LA County Sheriff's Department at (310) 510-0174. To contact a participant (emergency
only) you may call the Conservancy House at (310) 510-2595 between 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or contact
the Sheriff's Department after hours.
First Aid: There will always be first aid supplies available at the camp, in the vehicles and at the work
sites. The volunteer Coordinator is first aid certified.
Luggage Storage: At the end of the week you may store your luggage at the Conservancy House until
5:00 p.m. or you may store it in a locker at the boat terminal for a small fee.
Smoking Policy: Smoking is only permitted at the campfire ring at the Laura Stein Volunteer Camp.
Refund Policy: The $100 deposit is nonrefundable. There are no refunds for cancelations within 30 days
of the trip.
SAMPLE ITINERARY
Boat Terminal – Point Arrive at least 30 minutes before departure. Before 12:30 Avalon Boat Terminal Meet a Conservancy representative who will take your luggage to the Conservancy House. Conservancy House Group introductions and orientation to the Conservancy. Conservancy House Depart for the Laura Stein Volunteer Camp (LSVC) Camp Orientation Interpretive Hike Hors d'oeuvres and dinner. Breakfast and preparations. Conservancy representative will take group to the work site. Project leader gives overview, then work begins. End of the workday. Return to camp. Relax until dinner. Breakfast and begin camp clean up. Conservancy representative will take group to a remote beach. Relax and enjoy the backside Closing presentation Return to Avalon Conservancy House End of program. Enjoy the town. VOLUNTEER VACATIONS EVENING MEALS
We enlist the talents of a diverse mix of local volunteers and restaurants to serve and prepare the evening meals. Each evening, a host will be present to add a warm touch to the nourishing and delicious meals. Most dietary concerns can be accommodated, given prior notice. Dinnertime also provides an excellent opportunity to relax and share the day's experiences. After dessert, all guests help with the cleaning and washing up. Each evening holds a different theme for appetizers and dinners. Below is a sample of previous menus. We may vary from the specific menu items below but we will aim to stay true to the quality and tastiness of past Volunteer Vacations. Island Delights Fresh fruit tray with pineapple, grapes, kiwi, oranges, and watermelon. Barbecued
Chicken Teriyaki & Rice. Vegetable Stir-Fry. Key Lime Pie.
Italian Cuisine Antipasto Tray with melon, ham, crackers and cheese with Chicken Cacciatore with
Linguine Noodles, Spinach Salad and Italian bread and a Fruit Tort for dessert.
All-American Cookout Vegetable Basket, Burgers, Hot Dogs, Veggie Burgers, Salad Bar and
Brownies with Ice Cream.
Mexican Fiesta Tortilla chips and salsa with Tacos, Tostadas or Burrito Bar and Black Beans, Mexican
Rice, and Salad and Tres Leches Cake for dessert.
Beverages for the evening meal include coffee and tea, water, and sodas. You may bring alcoholic beverages for your evenings' enjoyment at your own discretion. Volunteer "Tastemonies" - The following testimonies are a few quotes from our volunteer meal
evaluations:
"Thank you so much for making our meals so much fun! You're both an inspiration!!" "I liked the fajitas/soft tacos best because of the barbecued chicken and steak. The fresh tortillas and Steve's famous refried beans were a treat." "Loved the homemade desserts – Would like to hire the cook, except I know I probably could not afford her." "Tres Leches Cake – Fun, Yummy!" "They cooked a special meatless dish just for me." "The salmon was delicious along with the shrimp. Thai peanut curry went well." Transportation to Santa Catalina Island
Before you can begin your working vacation you must first get to the island. This requires you to book a round-trip boat ticket on one of the following ferries: the Catalina Express (departs from Long Beach, San Pedro and Dana Point), the Catalina Flyer (departs from Newport Beach), the Catalina Explorer (departs from Long Beach) or the Catalina-Marina Del Rey Flyer (departs from Marina Del Rey). You may arrive at any time prior to the Volunteer Vacations program as long as you arrive in time to attend the 1:00 p.m. orientation meeting at the Conservancy House, located at 125 Claressa in Avalon. These offices are only a block from the waterfront and two blocks from the boat terminal. DIRECTIONS
Catalina Express (310) 519-1212, Long Beach, www.catalinaexpress.com
San Pedro Terminal, Berth 95 – Take the 110 Freeway south to San Pedro. Exit at Harbor Blvd.
And follow the signs to the Catalina Express Terminal – San Pedro that is located under the
Vincent Thomas Bridge
Long Beach Downtown Landing – 320 Golden Shore, Long Beach
Take the 710 Freeway south into Long Beach. Stay in the left lane, follow the signs to Downtown
and the Aquarium and exit Golden Shore. Turn right at the stop sign, follow around to terminal on
the right. Parking is to the left of the terminal.
Dana Point Terminal, 34675 Golden Lantern, at Dana Wharf Sportfishing.
From L.A. take I-5 Freeway south and exit at Pacific Coast Highway. From San Diego take I-5
Freeway north and exit at Beach Cities, Highway #1 off-ramp. Take a left at the second signal,
Dana Point Harbor Drive, then left at Golden Lantern, which dead ends at Dana Harbor parking
lot.
Catalina Flyer (949) 673-5245, Newport Beach, www.catalinainfo.com
Newport Terminal – Take the I-5 Freeway to the 55 Freeway south which turns into Newport
Blvd. Take a left on Balboa Blvd. To Palm Street where you will take a right and follow the signs
for the Catalina Flyer.
Catalina Explorer (877) 432-6276, Long Beach, http://www.catalinaferry.com/
Pine Avenue Pier - From the 710/Long Beach Fwy South take the Downtown/Aquarium exit
which becomes shoreline drive. Follow the Convention Center signs (blue) to Pine Avenue. Turn
right into cul-de-sac for luggage/passenger drop off and instructions for proper parking.

Catalina-Marina Del Rey Flyer (310) 305-7250 Marina Del Rey, http://www.catalinaferries.com/
Terminal Building - 13737 Fiji Way, C2, Terminal Building, Marina del Rey, CA 90292

We recommend that you plan to arrive one hour before the boat's departure. With some companies, if you have not checked in 30 minutes before the boat departs your reservation will be canceled and your ticket will be nonrefundable. The trip takes approximately one hour. If you are prone to seasickness, Bonine or Dramamine may be advisable.


Source: http://www.catalinaconservancy.org/userfiles/files/volunteerVacationsCheckInfo.pdf

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