Throughout the year, hundreds of people work together to make a difference around the world. Many volunteer opportunities are still available! Especially needed are folks who are:
Good with chairs, books (set up), or brooms (clean up): Tasks ranging from setting up tables and chairs to organizing used books. Report to the Willamette Building at 9 a.m. or anytime thereafter on Friday. Book sorting starts around 10 a.m. Cleanup crew is also needed. Jobs include low-impact tasks like sweeping. Starts at 3 p.m. on Saturday. Contact Larry Passmore: 541-752-1561, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good with displays, presentations, and watching the clock (auction set up and implementation): On Friday extra hands are needed to hang up quilts then take them down and display them Saturday as the auction proceeds. Contact Margery Barkman: 503-266-7854, email@example.com. Assistants also needed to run the main auction and silent auction on Saturday, starting at 8 a.m. Contact Tim Steiner, 503-381-6436, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good for food and dishes: Setup helpers in the foods area Friday beginning at 9 a.m. as well as cleanup helpers. Volunteers to wash dishes through the day, to serve soup and salad lunch, and be cashiers at the food booths. Contact Julia Todd, 541-258-3581, email@example.com.
Good with cash and cheese: People to sell meats and cheese as well as serve as cashier at the Country Store. Contact Denise Diller, 541-704-0451, firstname.lastname@example.org. ■
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