Spare some time for bowling party

Volunteers/Where good neighbors get together

April 07, 1992|By Ellen Hawks | Ellen Hawks,Staff Writer

The Learning Bank volunteers and staff are holding the second annual Bowling for Scholars party from 4 to 7 p.m. April 26 at Towson Fair Lanes, 701 Southwick Drive, Towson. The party includes snacks, prizes, gift certificates and friendly competition. For details call 659-5452.

Bon Secours Hospice Program wants volunteers to provide direct or indirect services for terminally ill patients and their families. A spring training will begin the first weekend in May. Call Marla Feldman, 837-8500.

Maryland Historical Society will serve as host for the convention of the American Association of Museums being held at the Baltimore Convention Center April 25-29. About 400 volunteers are needed as soon as possible to assist with a variety of tasks such as preparing delegate packets, for hospitality, registration and more. Call Lee Schwark 685-3750, Ext. 322.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Wilmer Institute seeks volunteers to work in its patient service and patient information areas. For this and other volunteer opportunities call Laura Stover, (410) 955-2909.

Baltimore Conservatory seeks volunteers to help with gardening indoors and out. Call Larry Smith, 396-0180.

Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service wants volunteer attorneys to provide free legal services to low-income Marylanders. Call (410) 547-6537.

Eviction Prevention Program wants volunteers to answer telephones and help with client interviews. Call James David, 554-5682.

Epilepsy Association of Maryland seeks volunteers to help with fund-raising events such as a basketball tournament, walk-a-thon and haircut-a-thon as registration help, score keepers and flyer distribution. Call (410)-828-7700.

Great Blacks in Wax Museum seeks volunteers as tour guides and for fund-raising. Call Jackie Williams, 563-3404.

Maryland Food Committee, wants volunteers to help with organizing, fund-raisers, office work and more. Call Barbara Mulock, (410) 366-0600.

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