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Cynthia September 19, 2012 at 03:40 pm
How does one sign up to serve Thanksgiving dinner?
Arlene Hendren September 19, 2012 at 03:54 pm
call. LOV at 510-793-5683 ask to talk to Joanne Paletta she can help you sign up to serve or drop byRead More the office at 36120 Ruschin Dr. The office is full of very nice people that can help direct you to Joanne or Harold!
debbie thompson November 20, 2012 at 06:16 am
I am traveling from Houston to work on the disaster team in NJ. I found out we will not work onRead More Thanksgiving day so I would love to volunteer my time. Please email me at dftsjt@Gmail.com. I am flying in on today. Thanks
Marian Bruns August 22, 2012 at 07:37 pm
What a wonderful story! However I question the use of the word "quadriplegic". From theRead More photos it appears that Lauren has use of her arms, so she would be called "paraplegic". Just wanting clarification - thanks.
Lyn Bratton August 23, 2012 at 01:38 am
Marian, she's a quadriplegic because of the location of her injury, and because she has limitedRead More dexterity in her hands. She has control of the muscles of her arms but lacks the fine motor skills.
Carol Parker August 8, 2012 at 11:12 pm
Thank you, Rhiannon. That information conflicts with what is listed on this web page.Read More http://www.haywardanimals.org/volunteers.html I will call the shelter tomorrow and find out which is correct and report back in the comments section.
Marga Lacabe August 9, 2012 at 01:41 pm
Maybe rather than just copy random things from websites, Patch writers should do some fact-checkingRead More /before/ posting a story.
Carol Parker August 15, 2012 at 01:48 pm
Rhiannon - The shelter is still accepting volunteers, however, the next training and orientationRead More session will not be held for another month or so. Rather than accepting individual applications one by one, the shelter has just started requesting people sign up for the orientation class and submit their application at the time of the orientation. I have updated the story and suggest you call in September for the next orientation date.
Brian Williams August 4, 2012 at 10:31 pm
This fabulous news that these grants are helping these seniors. Another great source for nonprofitRead More organizations that are looking for grant funding is by going to http://www.grantwatch.com/
Jonathon Simons July 11, 2012 at 01:45 am
This program has been going on since I was in high school and has had its ups and downs. A personalRead More friend of mine kept the aquarium program, not the newer MAST program, going over the summer the year after we graduated back in 2005 so it's nice to see students working over the summer still (even if its under these circumstances). Maybe the school district should look into aquiring aid from local pet stores with workers whom understand the delicate balance of caring for these animals and the mechanincs of the sumps and overflow filters. I have seen animals just placed in the tanks not really thinking of the proper conditions or proper spacial requirements for the fish. I really do hope the school district takes the assistance from all the volunteers and not just those who think they know everything. The long term results are more important than the quick fixes that are being done now.
Michael Gordon July 11, 2012 at 09:47 am
Thanks Gary, unfortunately it takes a lot of unpaid time and commitment for one teacher to run suchRead More a great program.For such a program to succeed, it will need a true community effort modeled by Mr Stadler.Ms.Montgomery and the students who re helping. hopefully the new teacher will have the passion and incentive to keep the program alive and thriving! Michael Gordon - Teacher, NMHS.
Geoff Burton July 16, 2012 at 02:23 am
I look forward to meeting these great kids and Adults , I'll be there with my son Monday 930 and IRead More hope others will be to ( beside the regulars that are noted in the posts)
Evelyn M July 6, 2012 at 02:53 pm
Fun article! Made me wish I could be there!
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Zoe Claire June 29, 2012 at 07:11 pm
With all the interest in this vampire stuff the REd Cross should have a "Twilight" Drive.Read More Shirtless hunky male vamps for female donors, toothy vampirellas for the guys.
Christina Richards July 4, 2012 at 04:06 am
I would LOVE to donate - used to 4x a year until I lived in Europe for a while. Now the Red CrossRead More doesn't want my blood because they think I might have mad cow disease. It's a shame too - I've got the good old, common stuff that they always run low on. When is the Red Cross going to change their rules requiring people living outside the country for a while?
X July 4, 2012 at 04:09 am
I wouldn't expect that to happen anytime in the foreseeable future.
Roman January 11, 2012 at 09:46 am
Is the age limit 14 or 16 years of age?
(UCYSL) Union City Youth Soccer League January 24, 2012 at 03:36 am
Thank you for your interest. UCYSL is accepting player registration for player ages 4-16.
Ron May 24, 2012 at 08:58 pm
As I recall, it was the strong liberal/anti-war movement's self-centered mentality in San FranciscoRead More that allowed this fine example of US seapower in WWII to be taken from our hands and delivered to San Pedro! That was a major mistake and our Bay Area will suffer from this great battleship not being here for us and millions of tourists to enjoy. For all the influence and participation San Francisco as a seaport has had in the development of America's seapower over the years, it seems a real shame not to have at least one example of these great battleships be a star attraction at this seaport. Thanks to many forward thinking volunteers at all leverls, we have the USS Hornet aircraft carrier tied up at Alameda. The USS Hornet is a state and national landmark! If you want to see a piece of US history from WWII to space travel, stop on by and visit this veteran today. On Monday, 28 May, there will be a Memorial Day program starting at 1 p.m. And be sure to take the family, it will be worth your time!