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Posted: Tuesday, July 22, 2008 11:00 pm | Updated: 8:01 am, Thu Mar 24, 2011.

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ASSIST AT EVENTS

The  Greater Oro Valley Arts Council  is seeking volunteers to assist at its events. Call Pat Deely at  797-3959  or send an e-mail message to govac2@qwest.net for more information.

EVALUATE AND DRIVE

 Interfaith Community Services  needs volunteers to complete in-home evaluations for potential recipients of its services. A medical or social work background is highly desirable but not necessary. Training is available. Volunteers are also needed to deliver meals to homebound clients and transport them to medical appointments and grocery stores. Hours are flexible, and mileage reimbursement is available. Volunteers willing to drive to the east and central areas of Tucson are especially needed. Call Sandi Brickley at  297-6049  for more information.

HELP AT HOSPITALS

The  Northwest Medical Center  needs volunteers to serve as baby cuddlers, messengers, drivers, gift shop workers, liaisons and emergency room assistants at its various branches. Training will be provided. Call  742-9000  for more information.

SORT AND PRICE

The upscale resale shop  Sequels  is looking for volunteers to accept and sort donations, price merchandise, arrange displays and assist customers. Shifts are two to four hours weekly, biweekly or monthly. Proceeds benefit students through the Amphi Foundation. Call Lisa Humenik at  696-5147  for more information.

GARDEN AND SELL

Assist in a gift shop, sow seeds or water and repot plants for  Tohono Chul Park.  Hours vary, and training will be provided. The park promotes the use of native, ecologically friendly, arid-adapted plants in the Sonoran Desert. Call Min Johnson at   742-6455   for more information.

HELP KIDS READ

Oasis of Tucson is looking for volunteers to share their love of reading with children in kindergarten through fourth grade by offering an hour a week of their time for one-on-one work. The office is at 2099 E. River Road. Call Elysa Crum at  322-5627  for more information.

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