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VOLUNTEERS: Seniors assist seniors

The following are opportunities at Volunteer Nanaimo. For more information, please call 250-758-7121 or go online to www.volunteernanaimo.ca.

 

Seniors helping seniors –  Volunteer training opportunity takes place Wednesday (Nov. 21), 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Oliver Woods Recreational Centre. Please register 1-604-684 9720.

 

MS Society –  A gym assistant with the ability to help others with gym equipment under direction of instructor is needed. Shift is two hours in the morning, two days a week for eight weeks at Nanaimo Aquatic centre. Call 250-722-2214 or e-mail sharuss@shaw.ca.

 

PacificSport Vancouver Island – Operation Red Nose needs volunteer designated drivers, navigators and escort drivers and a mascot. Please call 250-740-6572 or e-mail nanaimo@operationrednose.com.

 

L’Association des francophones de Nanaimo –Numerous volunteer positions including administrative assistant, volunteer coordinator and sponsorship coordinator are available for the 2013 Maple Sugar Festival. Please send a resume and cover letter by fax 250-729-2777 or e-mail, afn@francophonenanaimo.org.

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