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Volunteer Needs Column 

May 10,  2013  

What's New This Week?

Where is that belt?  

Tecumseh Junior High School has a standard dress code and to enforce this, there is a dress code room which has clothes for those students that forget, or wear an unauthorized clothing item. They are looking for volunteers to supervise the students who use the changing room's, organize the clothing racks, and fold clothes when they return from the wash. No experience necessary and background checks are required. If interested, sign up on the volunteer center opportunity or call Dewayne at 772-4750.
Camp Counselor
Hanna Community Center is looking for students to volunteer to assist camp counselors throughout the summer. Bilingual is a plus. If interested, sign up on volunteer center opportunity or call Kim at 742-0191.

Still Needed

Keep it Clean 
Heartford House exists to empower the community to protect and advocate for the well-being of children and families.They are seeking a volunteer to come in once a week and help maintain a warm welcoming environment. That would include assisting with dusting, vacuuming, and sorting. Background checks are required. If interested, sign up on the volunteer center opportunity or call Jen at 420-9764.

Animal Adoption Helpers 

  Almost Home Humane Society is looking for volunteers who are able to commit at least 2 hours per week as an Adoption Helper.  These volunteers will be assisting visitors in matching them with potential pets. Adoption Helpers are most needed Saturday and Sunday afternoons between the hours of 12-4 and also throughout the week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 12-6.  To learn more email Derek at derek@almosthomehumane.org or call 765-474-5222. 


17th Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon
Award Recipients

Golden Gift of Time Award
John Pomery
Habitat for Humanity of Lafayette

Gift of Time 2013 John Pomery Habitat


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Leaders of Tomorrow Summer Youth Volunteering Program

Session I - June 3 - 28
Session II - July 8 - August 2

Leaders of Tomorrow is a youth service-learning program to encourage young people between the ages of 11 to 15 and 16 to 18 to become involved and aware of citizens in the community through volunteering.

Registration now open!
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