Postal Service asks consumer advice

Volunteers/ Where good neighbors get together

December 24, 1991

CURRENT volunteers' news and needs:

The Postal Service is seeking volunteers to serve on a Customer Advisory Council, which will provide a forum for individual customers to meet with managers and discuss customers' concerns, ideas, suggestions and to help evaluate the postal services. To volunteer, call Irene A. Lericos, Division Communications Manager, 347-4314. For customers who have mailing concerns, the Postal Customer Hotline is 347-4377.

The Baltimore Community Foundation provides philanthropic leadership to respond to the changing needs and to the quality of life for citizens of Greater Baltimore. It is a variety of charitable funds designed to serve the donors and the community and to last from generation to generation. There are several ways to give to this foundation, including a cash gift, by securities, real estate, deferred giving and by bequests in wills. Located at 2 East Read St., Baltimore 21202, its president and executive director is Timothy D. Armbruster. For details of the many programs it supports, call the foundation at 837-4701.

Child Abuse Prevention Center of Maryland was presented a $6,000 check by the Baltimore Exchange Club. CAPC president Terry Morgenthaler accepted the check from Charles Ensor, chairman of the Exchange Club's Charity Fund. Philip Tilghman is president of the Baltimore Exchange Club. Details: 576-2414.

Maryland Associates for Dyslexic Adults and Youth Inc. needs volunteer tutors. Call 889-5487.

League for the Handicapped Inc. wants volunteers to work weekdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in its Family Thrift Shop at 1111 E. Cold Spring Lane. For details, call Erma Freburger, 323-0500.

Essex Community College wants volunteers to help in several areas such as office work, building scenery and making costumes for the theater, planting gardens and doing landscape, working in the television studio or with computers. To discuss the volunteer opportunities, call Marvin Albinak, 522-1546.

Church Hospital needs volunteers in several patient and non-patient areas, which include in the gift shop, library, admitting, Fairmount Nursing, Hospice and in the Alzheimer and Critical Care units. Also in clerical or maintenance. Volunteers get free lunch, parking and on-the-job training with flexible hours. Call Zu McBee, 522-8395.

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