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RSVP: Sept. 8, 2008

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 at 271-0255 weekdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., or visit our office at 471 Sutton Way, Suite No. 202, in Grass Valley.

Book department manager



A book lover is needed to sort and stack books in the appropriate categories. This is a flexible volunteer opportunity with your choice of days and times.

Cashier




A friendly outgoing volunteer is needed to greet customers, answer questions and operate a cash register mornings or afternoon shifts.

Clerical

Help is needed with light clerical, filing, and mailings for two to four hours once a week.

Docents

Assist visitors with gold panning instructions and general tourist information on Saturdays and Sundays. Times are flexible and this is an August through November opportunity.

Sorting and receiving

Before the bargains hit the racks they need sorting. Help is needed daily especially in the afternoons at a thrift store located within walking distance to downtown Grass Valley. Assistance is also needed receiving donations and carrying them into the store.

Pamper Parlor

Help is needed in the Pamper Parlor Tuesday mornings. Volunteers wash and set hair, no cutting. You do not needed to be a licensed beautician.

Kitchen aide in Penn Valley

Kitchen assistance is needed Monday, Tuesday, or Friday afternoons. Activities include washing dishes and basic clean-up.


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