The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 24, 1978 · Page 9
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The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas · Page 9

Galveston, Texas
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Sunday, September 24, 1978
Page 9
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Sunday Morning, September 24,1978 (B,e <& a lbe*lon £iaif B $? t tat 9-A Listings for this column must be in The Galveston Daily News office by 5 p.m. Thursday to be included in the following Sunday's edition. Letters may be addressed to The News, P.O. Box 628, Galveston 77553. Only listings from nonprofit, community-help organizations will be used. They must be typewritten. SOMEONE needs your help. Will you find time in your schedule to answer these calls for aid? Here are agencies that need your time and talent: INTERESTED in rapping with the clients? The Alcohol Council and Recovery Program's Coffee House needs volunteers to work with alcoholics and reformed alcoholics on a one-to-one basis. Sponsored by the Community Action Council, the coffee house is open from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Fricay at 116 15th St., Galveston. Call 744-8765 or go by the CAC office at 5801 Broadway. VOLUNTEERS are needed at Galveston County Memorial Hospital to help at the information desk, man coffee carts, handle television rentals and assist in other ways. Call the hospital auxiliary's office at the hospital. THE ST. VINCENT de Paul Society needs volunteers to work in its store at 1015 22nd St., helping distribute clothing and furniture. Hours are from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Call 765-6407. THE UNIVERSITY of Texas Medical Branch Hospitals' Auxiliary needs volunteers to help provide services to patients and families, inc uding hospitality and library carts, the coffee shops, sewing and handicraft groups, junior voluonteer programs, publication of a newsletter and helping the blood bank staff. Call Mrs. Antoinette Swinnea at 7652549. THE RETIRED Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) needs volunteers to type, file, provide transportation for the elderly, stuff envelopes, serve as receptionists and foster grandparents and many other services. Persons age 60 or over, call 765-7853. CENTRAL DAY Care Association needs volunteers to work with head start center students in music, drama, art, woodworking, audiovisuals, cooking and sewing projects. Centers are open from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call Mrs. Mary Crowder at 762-9019 or 762-1016. THE YWCA needs volunteers to assist in programs for children, teenagers and adult women. Projects include classes, special events, hostessing duties, providing transportation for youngsters and committee work. Call 763-8505 or visit the YWCA at 621 Moody. SHRINERS' Hospital for Burned Children needs volunteer help with recreation programs, including arts and crafts, games and story hours. Call the administrator's office at 765-2422. THE MEALS on Wheels program needs volunteers to deliver hot nutritious meals to the disabled and elderly. Contact Diane Johnson at 763-6255 for further information. THE SPCA needs volunteers to help with a membership drive and fund raising projects. Also needed are kennel workers, cruelty investigators, publicity workers and education workers. Call 559-2626 during the day or 925-3766 after 5 p.m. GALVESTON AID Project, 3628 Ave. R, needs volunteer help all year to make its annual Christmas project a success. Help is needed to repair and paint toys and process donated clothing for distribution to needy.Call Lou d'Ardre at 762-6688 and arrange hours to suit your schedule. THE RED CROSS needs nurses to help in case of disaster or emergencies. Whenever necessary, the Red Cross provides shelter and needed personnel to help those involved in crises as chemical spills, oil spills, train wrecks, natural disasters, etc. For information, call 740-0271. Someone Needs You THE GALVESTOIN COUNTY Historical Museum needs volunteers to help the museum staff in research in answering visitors' questions. Museum hours are noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Call 762-1084. THE COMMUNITY Santa Fe Library needs volunteers to help staff and maintain the library. Call Mrs. Giffen at 925-3828 or Mrs. Ness at 925-5494. THE TEXAS Youth Council needs volunteers and foster parents to work with youth in the Galveston County area. For information call Dennis Krumnow, 762-3481. BE A FRIEND to a youngster. Volunteers are needed as court volunteers and Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Contact Mitzi Nevelow at 1914 Sealy, phone 762-8621, Ext. 371. VOLUNTEERS are needed to work a few hours on weekdays between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Infant-Parent Project for the Gulf Coast Regional Mental Health-Mental Retardation Center. The work involves dealing with infants age zero to 3 while parents and staff are in group therapy sessions. Volunteers should have some experience working with infants. Call Gayle Lacerda at 763-8347. HELP REGISTER Mexican-American citizens to vote. Volunteers who are 18 years old or older and who can speak Spanish are needed by the Galveston Voter Registration Education Project. Call Mrs. M. Castro or Anita Yanas at 763-0446 or come by the project office at 412 18th St., Galveston. RIGHT TO LIFE Committee of Galveston needs volunteers to assist in educating the public on the medical facts of abortion and the trend toward euthanasia to civic clubs and organizations. Call 7625644 or write Right to Life Committee, P.O. Box 2113, Galveston 77550. MANOR CARE Nursing Home Auxiliary needs volunteers to help with crafts, game night, reading, manning the miscellaneous cart, visiting and assisting in other ways at Manor Care Nursing Home in Texas City. Call Mrs. Dorris Meyer, 9356438. VOLUNTEERS are needed by St. Vincent's Community House to help with upkeep and distribution of clothing in its clothing bank. Hours are from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 2817 Postoffice. For information, call 7638521. GIRL SCOUT troop leaders are needed in Galveston. Full training will be provided. Contact Diane Mills at 762-2733. HOMEBOUND PERSONS need many services, including companionship. If you can spare a small amount of time to help these people, call Joy Larson, Home Health- Home Care, 762-3288. TUTORS are needed for youngsters in the After School Tutoring Program sponsored by the Youth Shelter and the YMCA's N.Y.P.U.M. program. The program will coincide with the Galveston schools' calendar year and will be conducted at three schools within the GaJveston district. Call Karen Bertonaschi at 763-4607 and (evenings) at 763-6334. THE NATIONAL Youth Project Using Minibikes (N.Y.P.U.M.) needs motorcycle mechanics to teach basic mechanics to boys and girls ages 11 through 14. Call the YMCA at 763-4607. THE GALVESTON Historical Foundation needs local folks to portray favorite Charles Dickens' characters in the fifth annual Dickens's Evening on The Strand Dec. 9. Also needed are shoppekeepers, street costers, gatekeepers and folks to help with planning and physical arrangements. Call 7657834. THE SEAMAN'S CENTER in Galveston needs volunteers to serve food and drink, serve at the reception desk, service overseas calls and work in the commissary. Call Debbie Chase at 762-8638. TWO TYPES of volunteers are needed at Central Eighth Grade School. Tutors are needed for individual students and small groups who need help with math, reading and Spanish between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on weekdays. Also, community resource veolunteers are needed to share talents and expertise with students in single presentations or mini-courses of two to four sessions. Call Carolyn Clyburn, volunteer coordinator, 765-6637. BIRTHRIGHT, an organization providing alternatives to abortion, needs volunteers to staff the crisis pregnancy counseling and assistance service. 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