Monday, May 5, 2014

Volunteers are needed. Fufill service hours.

Helping at The Little Meeting house.
Contact Jerry Black, VP of The Little Meetinghouse at 892-4981 or 671-2768
Looking for help with all building upkeep, etc. We need help this spring with clean up on the grounds. Also cleaning of woodwork inside with new coat of paint around doors, on the stage and other places too. So with some maybe two at a time there are many hours ready for a young person to learn. I would be with them most of the time. Afternoons, Saturdays or even a Sunday. That is if not rented out during the time of work planned. Very adjustable as to students school hours and work. I work with both girls and boys.

Safely Home rescue
Maci Libby 207-831-6070
We help run and foster for Safely Home rescue. It is a rescue for senior dogs and cats. While we have no felines at the moment, we always have dogs. We work with rescues all over the USA. I have a senior Min-Pin that came to us from a kill shelter in Arlington, TX. Others from Ohio, Alabama and West Virginia. 
What we need is help clearing some land out to extend the fenced in area where the dogs run. The area has plenty of rocks to move and brush to cut. We will rent a tractor to help move the rocks, we just need help getting them into the bucket. The week we have the tractor is Sunday, May 18 to Saturday, May 24. Help after school...or anytime during that week would be greatly appreciated by us, and the old dogs who get to stretch their legs a little further.
Help at any other time when we do not have the rental equipment would also be welcome. I have the hand tools needed to cut the brush. They should bring some work gloves.
I could look after 2-3 boys at a time while working.

St. Baldrick’s Foundation
Dan Johnston South Portland event coordinator
The event is looking for help on June 1 at 10 a.m. to help with the event. They are also looking for help to put up and pass out flyers. 

Loon Echo Land Trust
Stewardship Manager Jon Evans at or call (207) 647-4352.
For a morning of spring clean-up at the popular Hacker’s Hill Preserve in Casco, arrive Saturday, May 3, at 8 a.m. Raking, pruning and preparing the flower beds for planting will be the main objectives. Work will complete around 11a.m. but feel free to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy after working. Volunteers should bring gloves, rakes, bug spray and water.
Loon Echo protects land in the northern Sebago Lake region of Maine. Its mission is to conserve the areas natural resources and character for current and future generations. Currently, Loon Echo protects over 5,900 acres of land, and Hacker’s Hill Preserve is one of seven preserves that are open to the public.
 Learn more about Loon Echo by visiting

The American Legion Field-Allen Post 148
Dave Tanguay at
The Legion could use help on May 17th to place street flags around town.

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