Who Knows?

Who Knows – August 8, 2014

FIND IT… DONATE IT…

QUESTIONS?

Who knows where to find soft white chalk to rub on beige carpet (dark spots)?

Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only
Who could use two older model televisions sets?
Who could use 30 years of collected crochet, knit plastic canvas, cross stitch patterns?
Who could use a large supply of sewing accessories and materials?
Who could use a large amount of pattern books, Needlecraft, Work Basket?
Who could use a lot of next to new preschool and elementary Sunday school curriculum?
Who could use a 20” analog picture tube TV with digital converter?
Who could use hundreds of elementary teacher resource books for math, reading, and writing in excellent condition dating from years 2000 to current?
Who could use a Kimball Voyager 2 electric organ? You pick up.
Who could use two electric chairlifts (need minor repair)? You pick up.

 

ANSWERS

About Hummel figurines repaired/restored: Call 264-1349 or 716-667-7384.
About television converter boxes: Call 377-3991.

Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only
About a doll house and assorted furniture: Call 398-0220.
About a sewing machine and sewing notions: Call 398-0220.
About assorted garden tools: Call 683-4907, 398-0220, 343-5808, 815-5731.
About push lawn mower: Call 683-4907.
About boxes of fabric scraps for quilting and a bag of batting: Call 494-1545.

 

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Who Can Volunteer…

New York Museum of Transportation
Jim Dierks, (585)533-1113; info@nymtmuseum.org;
P.O. Box 136, 6393 East River Rd.,
West Henrietta, NY 14586
The New York Museum of Transportation seeks able volunteers to
staff the ticket desk and gift shop on Sundays between 11 a.m. and
5 p.m. The jobs involve the kinds of skills and personality traits
typical of a small store, and we provide training. The museum is
entirely volunteer run, and opportunities also exist for lawn and field
mowing, trolley and track car operation, general maintenance and
restoration work.

Ontario ARC
585-394-7500
Looking for volunteers to assist w/recreation events: basketball,
softball, Bingo, bowling.

Phelps Community Center
Janie Burgess, 315-548-8484
Looking for Volunteers for the Community Center.

Pines of Peace Comfort Care Home
Kimber Wood, Volunteer Coordinator, 315-524-2388,
coordinator@rochester.rr.com; 2378 Ridge Rd. Ontario, NY 14519
Volunteers needed to help out in the House on the weekends. The
opportunities to volunteer include resident care, companion, baking,
yard work, garage sale, golf tournament, etc.

Rainbow Ridge Therapeutic, Inc.
585-245-8125; 4217 Lima Rd.
Looking for volunteer leaders & side walkers (must be 16 or older) to assist horseback riders w/special needs.

Retired Teachers (and any other Teachers) Needed
Linda, 585-317-7269 or 315-462-9072
Retired teachers needed to tutor children with cancer or other chronic diseases 1 or 2 hours per week.

RSVP of Monroe County at Lifespan
Joanne Powers, 585-244-8400 Ext. 177
Volunteers needed to provide transportation to older & handicapped neighbors for necessary appointments, act as friendly tutors and/or mentors to young people, provide financial literacy training or tax preparation assistance, to provide home delivery of meals, and for clerical support/data entry.

 

 

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