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April 09, 1991

CURRENT volunteers' news and needs:

Baltimore City Foster Care Review Board wants volunteers to review the cases of children who have been in foster care for six months or more. There is a great need for concerned men and women. Call 554-5797.

Charity Golf Tournament sponsored by Associated Roofing Contractors of Maryland to benefit United Way wants participants and volunteers for its June 3 tournament at Wakefield Valley Golf Club in Westminster. Details: 931-8105.

Baltimore County Department of Aging Home Team asks volunteers for one hour a week for the elderly to visit in person or

by telephone or offer to escort for

shopping and doctor's appointments. Call Madeleine Bryant, 887-4141.

Franklin Square Hospital wants volunteers to help with maternity admissions, the auxiliary gift cart, as nursing assistant or in the billing department. Volunteers get many fringe benefits. A three-month, four-hour a week shift is asked. Call 682-7240.

United Way 1991 Volunteer Directory is a 35-page booklet tha lists hundreds of volunteer opportunities in Central Maryland. The Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. and Signet Bank contributed to its printing. The directory is available upon request. Call 659-0050.

Chimes Inc. has initiated its first official volunteer program for

assisting in

structors, friendly visiting, help with leisure activities, entertaining, clerical assistance and computer data entry. Call Marlene Teitel, 486-4722.

Lady Maryland Foundation needs volunteers to assist with the on-board education program going out on the Lady Maryland or the Mildred Belle. For training information, call Molly Bolster, 685-0296.

Baltimore City Life Museums is recruiting volunteers for the Carroll Mansion, the Peale Museum and the 1840 House. Call 396-3279 for details.

Howard County Department of Citizen Services, Office on Aging,wants seniors for its Volunteers Plus Program to be

tour guides, help in the mentor program and more. Call Arleen Kvech, 313-7213.

Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Center is looking for volunteers age 21 and over who will train for its speakers bureau or for emergency-room help on call. Training is free, and a small mileage allowance is paid. Call Sandra Clapper, 377-8111.

Parents Anonymous wants group facilitators for weekly meetings with parents and adolescent groups. Call Mindy Amor, 728-7021.

Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute wants adult volunteers to assist patients weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call Laura S. Stover, 955-3518 after 3 p.m.

Agencies need help with foster care, charity golf, museums

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