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Who Knows – October 18, 2013

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QUESTIONS?

Who can repair a jammed Argus Electromatic 550 projector?
Who can repair or refurbish an Alpine Air Cleaner Purifier?
Who taped gymnastics on NBC Sunday, October 13 from 2-4pm?
Who misplaced a holiday DVD of the 2007-2008 Preschool Class/Brockport Central School District (found in a child’s
cartoon DVD case)?

Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only
Who could use black walnuts?
Who could use four Canon 3E Ink Cartridges?
Who could use a Thomas Electric organ (three manuals, 2-octave pedal board & stops) – must move yourself out of
basement of church?
Who could use a complete World Book Encyclopedia set, including a 2-volume dictionary, all in excellent condition?
Who could use a lift chair?
Who could use a commode?
Who could use a wicker dressing table or double bed (with or without mattress)?

Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization
Who could donate gently used, good horse sheets & horse blankets?
Who could donate knitted or crocheted lap blankets?
Who could donate cafeteria trays?

 

ANSWERS

Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only
About a wheelchair: Call 768-9246, 260-0232.
About an assortment of colored skeins of yarn: Call 924-0393.

Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization
About shrubs or perennials: Call 223-2411, 249-0893, 385-0681, 872-0946.

 

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Who Can Volunteer…

Hometown Thrift Store
Nathan Welton, 585-335-3203, nathanwelton@hotmail.com
Volunteers needed for non-profit thrift store that benefits summer camp.

H.O.R.S.E. Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc.
Chris or Mike Dodge, 585-584-8210; 7906 Dow Rd, Pavilion
Looking for a volunteer once or twice a week to help with daily chores and caring for rescued horses.

Labrador Retriever Rescue Organization
www.rudysrescue.org; pbeemer0625@gmail.com
Rochester’s only Labrador Retriever Rescue Organization desperately needs volunteers willing to foster our rescues. For more information and a volunteer application please visit our web site, www.rudysrescue.org. You may also email us at
pbeemer0625@gmail.com.

Lifespan, Inc.
585-287-6378, email dfrink@lifespan-roch.org
New York State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program at Lifespan is in need of volunteers to join a team of advocates for residents residing in nursing homes and adult care facilities in the Greater Rochester Region. We are accepting applications for our FALL 2013 (October 17, 18, 19 and 22, 23) state mandated Certificate Training. For more information about the application process, times and location of training – please contact the Ombudsman Program at 585-287-6378 or email dfrink@lifespan-roch.org.

Marian’s House
Mary Fazio, 585-287-5553, mfazio@jewishseniorlife.org; 2980 S. Clinton Ave., Rochester
Marian’s House in Brighton is now seeking volunteers to work one day a week or even one day a month. We need assistance with meal prep, musicians, activities assistance or maybe just providing companionship to one of our guests. Come spend time in our brand new home, while we provide the much needed respite time for those caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease.

National MS Society Upstate NY Chapter
Ashley Greenman, Ashley.Greenman@nmss.org, 585-271-0808 x70322
Partner with us in the fight against MS! We need volunteers to help at special events like Bike MS, programs like the Friendly Visitor program, to serve on task forces, work in our Rochester office, and more.

 

 

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