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Volunteer opportunities

5:04 PM, May 24, 2013  |  Comments
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? The Neville Public Museum of Green Bay preserves the culture and history of the region through innovative exhibits and programming. Volunteers are always welcomed as gift shop clerks, guides to lead school groups (training provided), attendants in the Discovery Room, and to assist curators with special exhibits. Shifts are variable. Contact Matt Welter at (920) 448-7851 or Welter_MT@co.brown.wi.us.

? The National Railroad Museum will host A Day Out With Thomas, featuring Thomas the Tank Engine June 12-16on the museum grounds. Volunteer opportunities include greeting children, helping with children's activities (hay bale maze, ring toss), giving temporary tattoos and assisting at craft tables. Contact Adam Carey at (920) 437-7623 x24 or acarey@nationalrailroadmuseum.org.

? The Miracle League of Green Bay-Allouez Optimists offers children, ages 4-19, with mental or physical challenges an opportunity to play baseball in an organized league. "Buddies" are needed to help individual players with running, throwing, batting and pitching. Games are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4, 5:30 and 7, and Wednesdays at 5:30 and 7 plus two Saturday games on June 1 and Aug. 3. The season runs from June 1 to Aug. 3. For more information, contact Robin Cannedy at robin.cannedy@gbmiracleleague.com.

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