Wednesday, September 4, 2013
FISH food bank building project
Donations are being sought to help the FISH food bank building project. The four locations in Hood River County now serve more than 400 families each month, and a new facility is needed that allows clients to wait out of the rain, is handicapped accessible, and where volunteers can efficiently and safely stock and store food with adequate food storage.
For more info call 541-490-1470 or visit fish-food-bank.com. Building contributions can be sent to FISH, 1767 12th St., #147, Hood River, OR 97031.
Parkhurst House Senior Living Community
Do you have an open heart and some extra time? Parkhurst House is seeking volunteers who will spend a little time with its residents doing activities that you both enjoy, such as playing cards, exercise, singing, playing a musical instrument, watching movies, scrapbooking, sewing/cross-stitching, religious studies, playing bingo, cooking, reading books, giving manicures, facials or massages, gardening, storytelling, poetry reading, playing sports or board games.
To volunteer call Parkhurst House at 541-387-4600. Parkhurst is located at 2450 May St., Hood River.
Hat Project welcomes volunteers, yarn
Do you crochet, knit or loom? The residents and friends of Parkhurst House Senior Living Community cordially invite you to help create warm hats to give to those in need this coming winter season. The Hat Project members will be donating its creations to various charities in Hood River and Wasco counties.
The group meets each Monday from 10 a.m. to noon at Parkhurst House, 2450 May St., Hood River.
Those wishing to donate yarn, crochet hooks, knitting needles, looms or their own hat creations are welcome to drop them off at Parkhurst house as well. The group is gratefully accepting donations of yarn of any color, weight or blend, in any amount.
For more information contact Terri Hansen at 541-387-4600.
Next Door seeks foster parents
The Next Door is interviewing prospective foster parents for Hood River and Wasco counties. NDI provides care and behavior treatment for children and teens, ages 4-18, and is seeking loving families who are willing to open their hearts and their homes.
As a professional foster parent, you can give a child a place to call home; a safe, healthy, nurturing environment that many children have never known. You can be a part of helping these children and teens restore their lives and grow to be successful adults.
The ideal foster parents believe, like NDI does, that every child and every family deserves a chance to build a good life.
The need is now. NDI provides continuous training, 24-hour support and paid days off.
If you are interested, or know anyone who would make a great foster parent, contact Becci Crane at 541-436-0348 or email@example.com, or click on Foster Parenting at www.nextdoorinc.org.
Help grant senior wishes
Hawks Ridge Assisted Living Community is working on a new special program: Senior Wish Project will grant members of the senior community “special wishes,” such as reliving a childhood memory, an afternoon at a favorite fishing hole or a glider ride through the Gorge.
For more information, contact Kelly at 541-387-4087 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Peter Marbach hurries to save his tent from the wind
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