Noxzema sponsors 'extraordinary' volunteer teen award

Volunteers/Where good neighbors get together

June 11, 1991

CURRENT volunteer needs and news:

Noxzema Award. Teen-age girls in junior or senior high school who do volunteer work are eligible to win the Noxzema and Teen magazine award of $10,000, to be divided equally between the winner and the charity of her choice. Deadline to enter is July 15. Applications are in the May issue of Teen magazine or may be requested from: Noxzema Extraordinary Teen Contest, Teen Magazine, 437 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022.

Spina Bifida Association of Maryland volunteers plan a Bowl-a-Thon to be held Oct. 13. Corporate teams as well as individuals are invited to participate. For time, location and other details, call Teri Markowitz, 255-3991.

Child Abuse Prevention Center volunteers are sponsoring a series of private parties in a summer-long fund-raising effort. Called ''Little Fetes,'' volunteer hosts invite friends. The committee provides invitations and the recommended donations go to CAPC. The non-profit agency helps children in the city and five surrounding counties. For details of ''Little Fetes'' or to volunteer to the center, call 576-2414.

Carrie Murray Outdoor Education Campus wants volunteers 18 years or older to work with injured birds of prey, to assist with nature classes or workshops between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. any day of the week. Call 396-0808.

Stella Maris needs summer student volunteers. Call 252-4500, Ext. 254.

United Way provided regional substance abuse prevention and treatment to 38,271 people in 1990, an increase of 19.5 percent over 1989, according to James T. Brady, managing partner of the Baltimore office of Arthur Andersen & Co., and the chairman of this year's United Way of Central Maryland campaign. Call 547-8000.

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