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Volunteer opportunities

4:58 PM, Mar. 29, 2013  |  Comments
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? The Volunteer Center of Brown County mobilizes volunteers to address community needs by matching people with action opportunities in the Green Bay area. Volunteers may contribute individually, as a family or as an organized group to build a stronger community. Both ongoing and short-term opportunities are available. Contact Sue Premo at (920) 429-9445 or spremo@volunteergb.org. Visit www.volunteergb.org to review current offerings and information.

? The Age Well Center for Life Enrichment brings stimulating experiences to seniors. Volunteers help to enrich lives by playing cards or board games and playing bingo. You can also read to residents, or listen as they read to you. Sharing your musical talent or craft expertise is welcomed. Contact Nancy Gerring-Gralewski at (920) 468-9174 extension 102 or NGerringGralewski@PathwaySL.com.

? Freedom House Ministries is seeking volunteers who want to make a difference in the lives of homeless families who have children. Volunteers can serve as receptionists, doing various clerical duties, between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m., Monday through Friday. Contact Amber Yahnke at (920) 432-4646 or amberyahnke@freedomhouseministries.org.

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