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Volunteer Opportunities for Oct.13, 2004


By Staff
Posted on October 13, 2004 | Announcements | Comments Off on Volunteer Opportunities for Oct.13, 2004

Communities in Schools needs volunteers at Oritz Elementary School to serve as mentors, tutors or lunch buddies. Help is needed Mondays through Fridays anytime from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. For information, contact the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center.

Volunteers are needed to help with after-school activities for 6th-8th grade students. Activities include helping with after school snacks and possibly homework Mondays through Thursdays from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Contact the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center for more information.

KGNZ radio needs male volunteers beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 21 to unload and set up for the Caedmon’s Call concert that night. Volunteers will receive free tickets to the concert. Interested students can contact Doug Harris at KGNZ at 673-3045.

The Noah Project needs volunteers to answer hotline calls and attend to shelter needs. For more information, contact the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center.

The Service Action Leadership Team is trying to create a database that will send e-mails to keep students informed of opportunities for service. To create the database, the center needs student participation. Students can visit the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center to fill out a volunteer registration form. By filling out the form, students are not committing to any service project, but they will receive e-mails that will enhance their awareness community needs.

City Light Ministries needs volunteers to tutor elementary school students and to play games or read to them on Mondays from 3:30-5 p.m. Contact the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center for information.

Covenant Place of Abilene, an assisted-living facility, needs someone to tutor one of the residents who wants to learn to read and write. For information, contact the Volunteer and Service-Learning Center.

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