CURRENT volunteers' news and needs:
Save Our Streams. Hundreds of volunteers are needed for a major stream survey of the Severn River and its tributaries from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 11. It is being sponsored by Westinghouse Oceanic Division and the Severn River Project of Save Our Streams. Those who can help should call Jonathan Pearson or Terry Lehr at 969-0084 or 1-800-448-5826.
Reisterstown Senior Center is planning many activities for National Older Americans Month in May. Volunteers who can cook, sing, act, tell jokes and help with a party on May 2; an international tea on May 22 and a talent show on May 29 are needed. Call Alan Gephardt, 887-1143.
Oregon Ridge Nature Center, Cockeysville, wants volunteers who will help with a variety of gardening activities both outside and in the greenhouse. Call Kirk Dreier. The center's gift shop needs expanding, and volunteers are needed to help with sales, the layout, ordering merchandise and planning hours of operating. Call Vicki Sebright. To volunteer for all needs at the center, call 887-1815.
Baltimore County Conservancy Board, which works in conjunction with the state's Tree-Mendous program, continues to need volunteers to help throughout April for planting in several locations. If you will volunteer to help, call Bob Christopher, 687-4011.
United Cerebral Palsy wants volunteer counselors, 16 and over, for its week-long overnight coed camp at Camp Maria in St. Mary's County from June 23 to June 29. No experience is necessary. Applicants should be able to swim and enjoy working with handicapped children. Call 484-4540 or 1-800-451-2452.
The League for the Handicapped wants volunteers to work in its Family Thrift Shop from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays. Call Erma Freburger, 323-0500.
Taylor Manor Hospital, a private psychiatric hospital, is seeking volunteers to help organize activities such as volleyball, games, crafts, oversee visiting, walks on grounds and more. Call Henri Zepp, 465-3322, Ext. 448.
Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center in Columbia will hold counselor training workshops for volunteers beginning May 17. Call, 531-6006.