Current needs for volunteers

October 02, 1990

VOLUNTEERS are featured every Tuesday on this page. Each week those who give their time to worthy causes are profiled along with the organizations or groups they serve, a calendar of current volunteer needs and, space permitting, a list of organizations needing volunteers.

To be listed or to update your present listing, mail information to Ellen Hawks, Volunteers, Accent Section, The Evening Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, 21278.

*Current volunteers' news and needs:

Maryland Rehabilitation Center is holding a flea market from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in the center's parking lot at 2301 Argonne Drive. Table space is $10. Call 554-3059.

Maryland Associates for Dyslexic Adults and Youth Inc. wants volunteers to be trained as tutors for children and adults with dyslexia and other language-learning disorders. No experience or higher education is necessary. Call 889-5487.

Children's Developmental Clinic, Essex Community College, needs volunteers to work with special children at the clinic on nine Saturday mornings. The clinic begins Oct. 13 and ends Dec. Volunteers work one-on-one with the children. Call 522-1287.

Citizens Against Spousal Assault (CASA) of Howard County wants volunteers to answer the helpline, work in the main office and provide child care. Call 997-0304.

St. Agnes Hospital wants men and women as volunteers for assignments in several areas of the hospital. Needs are for 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. 368-2815.

Baltimore City Life Museums offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities for those interested in theater, marketing, fund-raising, collections management, tour guides and archaeology. To volunteer, call 396-3523.

Multiple Sclerosis Society wants volunteers for help with the Harvest '90 Bike Tour planned for Nov. 3 which will begin and end at Boordy Vineyards in Baltimore County. Call the Society at 821-8626 if you will help.

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