RSVP: March 18, 2010 |

RSVP: March 18, 2010

Adults 55 and older are invited to share their time and talents with Nevada County nonprofits, public agencies and schools. Accident, liability and excess auto insurance are provided, and mileage reimbursement is available for people older than 55.

If you are interested in any of the following positions, call RSVP from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays at (530) 271-0255; e-mail to; or visit our office at 471 Sutton Way, Suite No. 202, Grass Valley.

Gift Shop Clerk

Assistance is needed cashiering at a museum gift shop. Winter hours are Saturday or Sunday, 3-hour shifts; during the spring the museum is open Friday to Tuesday.

Armchair Travel

A local convalescent hospital is looking for volunteers who would like to share their travel slides with residents.

Senior Wood Program

Assistance is urgently needed splitting and delivering firewood to low income seniors in our community.

Short Term Assistance

A local nonprofit needs the assistance of a volunteer with business and nonprofit background in creating an off leash dog park.

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